An impressive 34 meters/112 feet long liveaboard, Sea Serpent is a new luxury liveaboard, with a crew that has experience in diving safaris. It is specially designed to pamper its guests and provide them with phenomenal drift dives and amazing visibility of caverns, vibrant reefs, and a wide range of fish species. The opulent liveaboard travels to the best dive sites of the Red Sea, which include the Brothers Islands, Daedalus and St. Johns. There are 10 commodious cabins which have all the facilities to make the diver feel relaxed and comfortable after having a busy diving adventure.
Our Overall Review
Things we like:
Divers said that the instructors carried out thorough briefings that left the divers with inside information of what they should be looking out for.
Many people were happy with the fact that they got to see sharks and spectacular coral reefs.
Many divers commended the dive master for their trips to Deadalus, Brothers and Elphinstone diving spots.
The food was delicious and the Egyptian cuisine was delicious.
Things we don't like:
- Many people were taken back by the lack of nitrox on board the boat and they had to refuel half way through the trip.
- Some people said that some of the diving locations lacked marine life.
Where to book:
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Diving on the Sea Serpent in Egypt
Sea Serpent – experience a diving adventure to be remembered throughout your life
Sea Serpent is an exceptionally appealing liveaboard that is not only stylish but has all the eminent facilities which make your trips amongst the memorable ones. The crew of 12 is multilingual and can speak English, German, Arabic, and Russian to make your communication easier. Diving with the Sea Serpent allows you to explore the exhilarating sites of Rocky Island, St. Johns Reef and Brothers Island.
You can see thousands of fish species, large pelagic, caverns with brilliant visibility in the crystal-clear water.
Features of the boat
Boat Interior – wood crafted, fully furnished liveaboard with an epitome interior Sea Serpent is a modern liveaboard, which was awarded a Benetti Classic 35 yachts design. It has 10 spacious cabins with en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning with a separate temperature control system, hot water showers, towels and bathrobes, storage area, mirror, mini-fridge and much more. These cabins are twin/double and can accommodate 20 guests easily by providing them with daily housekeeping service. There is a special salon area, which is fully equipped with the latest interactive technologies.
Deck Areas – perfect to socialize and prepare before the dives
The dive deck is the centre of attraction for its divers as it has all the eminent facilities, which make diving comfortable. It has a large space for preparing the divers. The tanks are lined-up perfectly for every individual diver there is space to keep personal things. There are 2 main decks from which one is covered, where you can relax on the chairs and chat with the fellow divers. The second deck is for the sun soakers who want to enjoy the mesmerizing view of the crystal-clear water and get tanned. The guests can enjoy their leisure time between dives by fishing or relaxing.
Food and Entertainment
The salon area of Sea Serpent offers modern audio-visual entertainment with the choice to watch your favourite movies. Free access to the internet is a perk that gives you the freedom to connect with your friends and family when there is no other mode of communication. The food is served in the dining area, that gives the look of a real restaurant. Fresh and hygienic food is prepared by professional chefs and served thrice a day. You have many food options to select from the buffet, which has international food and local delicacies. To make sure that no one onboard stays hungry, snacks and beverages are served throughout the day. Halal or special food customizations can be requested so that you can enjoy the mouthwatering food without compromising.
Best time to go for the marine adventure
Diving in the Red Sea is possible around the year. The temperature of water rises the most in July and September but the months of December to February are considered as slightly cold. It depends on the choice of divers which seasons suits them the most to plan their underwater journey.