M/Y Dreams is a member of the Sea Serpent Fleet and is designed for a small group of divers. This liveaboard has a large cozy lounge for resting after a day of dive and is equipped with entertainment facilities. Passengers will experience world-class tours in a personalized and intimate setting of a budget-friendly yacht. It offers an incredible dive safari that takes divers to the Straits of Tiran promoting the most fantastic dive sites in the Red Sea. Explore the drift dives, caverns, wrecks, and vibrant reefs together with professional dive guides. The crew of M/Y Dream delivers an incredible to all guests.
Our Overall Review
Things we like:
Many people stated that the crew were welcoming and went out of their way to make the journey enjoyable as possible.
Divers said the briefings were well executed and to the point and not much time was wasted.
Many people commended the chef on preparing well balanced meals whilst catering to the individual needs of the divers as well.
A lot of people said that they would return as this was one of the best experiences they have had.
Things we don't like:
- A couple of people noted that cabin 7 and 8 are very tiny.
- Some people were taken back by the lack of life-rings on the Dreams Liveaboard.
Where to book:
Where to book:
Diving on MY Dreams in Egypt
This luxury diving liveaboard is 28 m/91 feet long. It offers an ultimate dive vacation both below and above the water. Spacious facilities present guests with absolute comfort for a week of exploration.
The M/Y Dreams can accommodate 20 guests to its ten comfortable cabins. The twin cabins on the upper deck are best for sharing. Each cabin has individual air- conditioning, private bathroom with hot-water shower and fresh towels. This spacious liveaboard has an air-conditioned saloon and audio/video entertainment for watching the latest movies. There is a small library for book lovers, full of magazines and marine life books. Staying connected with family and friends is not a problem with the free Wi-Fi onboard. Enjoying the magnificent view of the sea sitting by the well-stocked bar is a perfect way to socialize with other passengers. There is a shaded deck where passengers can enjoy their iced-tea while looking at the ocean view. The front deck is suitable for sunbathing.
Buffet style meals with outstanding dishes varying from local specialties to international cuisines are available on this boat. The chef aboard prepares three meals a day together with complimentary drinks and snacks in-between meals. Soft drinks, wine, beer, and other alcoholic drinks are available for purchase. We recommend guests to give advance notice for special dietary requests. Dive Deck The dive deck of this boat is spacious enough for the diving preparations. It has storage boxes for dive equipment, a charging station for underwater devices and rinsing hoses for maintaining the dive equipment. Guests looking for more adventure may try snorkelling to explore the Red Sea. We recommend divers to bring their dive certification and log book to avail free Nitrox on board. Rental equipment is available for those who have given advance notice.
The Red Sea diving exploration combines the most famous wrecks in the northern Red Sea with fantastic sea walls and hard coral garden reefs. The wrecks look spectacular, covered in corals and perfect for photography. The Rosalie Moeller from Thislegorm is a World War wreckage and one of the highlights of this cruise. This safari will take you to Ras Mohammed National park famous for soft and fan corals with schools of fish. The Brothers are famous for undersea mountains rising from the depth. Part of the Marine Park offers breath-taking underwater sceneries with big tuna, snappers and a variety of sharks. Elphinstone is a legendary Red Sea diving spot where you can expect the unexpected. Hammerheads and grey reef sharks are spotted in this area regularly. The Red Sea is a perfect holiday destination in any season. Groups of friends and families can charter the whole yacht to enjoy a whole new level of an ocean adventure on the Red Sea. The crew members can communicate in English, German, Spanish, Arabic, and Russian. Guests may ask for any inquiries upon booking, or they may also talk to a booking agent.