Liveaboard Review

JP Marine brings a whole new level of a diving safari adventure. Come on board to explore the world-class sites. The Egyptian dive team is there to guide you for having the best possible experience. Dive through the incredible waves of the Red Sea, which is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The 36-m liveaboard is designed for an authentic, yet comfortable diving experience. It’s a great way of experiencing and exploring the Red Sea.

Our Overall Review


Things we like:

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    Many people said they were happy with the service delivered by the dive guides as they were professional and knew what they were doing.
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    Diver said the wreck dives were amazing and there are a lot of stuff to explore and see.
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    People liked the overall quality of the boat
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    Several divers noted that they saw the oceanic white tip, eagle ray and dugong up close.
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Things we don't like:

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    A couple of people noted that the boat was a bit old and out of date.
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Diving on the JP Marine in Egypt


It can welcome 28 guests in 14 twin cabins that offer centralized rooms over two decks. The twin cabins have side by side beds with storage, climate control and en-suite bathrooms with a hot-water shower, sink and toilet. This spacious yacht has cozy cabins that are ideal for sleeping and relaxing after a day of diving. The upper deck windows have slightly large windows and the cabins are located far from the engine to ensure a peaceful night’s sleep.

Guests will enjoy their time with JP Marine’s onboard facilities. There is a big fully air-conditioned saloon with an audio and visual entertainment system. They can also relax and take time to enjoy the ocean view from the 2 sundecks. One is a shaded sundeck, good for napping and reading while the other one is ideal for sun-bathing. Both sundecks are a great spot to relax in-between dives or share experiences between fellow divers. You may also share your safari with friends and family back home by using the yacht’s free Wi-Fi.
The professional and experienced crew speaks English and Arabic to accommodate all your needs during the journey.

Dive Deck

Diving at JP Marine takes place from an ample space dive platform that can be found at the back of the boat. The equipment area is shaded to protect gears from the heat of the sun and offers spacious personal storage space for each diver for safety. You may also rent diving gear on-board if ever you need one.

Restaurant and Bar

JP Marine provides abundant mouth-watering food to fuel your seafood cravings from this amazing dive safari adventure. The chef and staff aboard prepare a fresh a la carte menu as well as an expansive buffet. Three meals a day will be served at the air-conditioned dining area with an amazing ocean view. The bar on-board offers beers, wines and cocktails. Tea and coffee self-serving facilities and snacks are available during the day to make certain that no guest goes hungry on this dive safari holiday.


Guests will be picked up by someone carrying a JP Marine sign at the airport and you can check in on the boat as of 17:00. The boat leaves Port Ghalib in the morning on the following day.

There are two zodiac locations for drop off and pick-ups at the dive site. This yacht visits famous dive sites in the Red Sea. This journey includes the Brothers; here you can encounter oceanic whitetip sharks, schooling hammerhead sharks as well as grey reef sharks. You will also stop by at the Daedalus Reef which is a remote location where you can spot manta rays, Napoleon wrasse, giant trevally and more. At the Elphinstone route, you can see the best Red Sea has to offer. St. John is a cluster of small reefs with amazing diversity and offers a memorable experience. There are also trips to the North Red Sea and Abu Nuhas. Whichever tour you decide, the professional guides and crew are always ready to help you to enjoy the wonders of the Red Sea.

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