Liveaboard Review

Upgrade your cruising and diving sessions with Seawolf Felo! It is a luxurious boat that measures 39 meters/ 128 feet, just perfect to accommodate up to 22 guests! It is made in 2010 but has undergone a total renovation in 2015. With its high-quality wood and classy interior, one could experience that cozy luxurious feel. The 22 guests can enjoy the 11 spacious cabins – 9 of them are located in the lower deck and are equipped with twin beds, 2 of them are in the upper deck, equipped with king beds, and a Royal Suite equipped with a king bed and is located on the main deck. All of the cabins are equipped with an en suite bathroom, an air conditioning unit, and a minibar. Guests may also enjoy two air-conditioned saloons that are complete with entertainment systems, and two spacious sun decks for every guest’s comfort. Also, Seawolf Felo offers itineraries to the most stunning diving sites in the Red Sea, all complete with the onboard Nitrox and diving equipment.

Our Overall Review


Things we like:

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    Many people said it was the most secure and best managed liveaboard they have been on board.
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    Divers said that the diving master took them to the best dive spots in Egypt.
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    The food was excellent every day said some divers.
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Things we don't like:

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    Some people noted there were no camera room or tables for cameras on the boat.
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    Some people were taken back by the lack of big fish during that time of their voyage.
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Diving on the Seawolf Felo in Egypt

Seawolf Felo is an expansive wooden vessel that is luxurious and classy in its feel. The boat was built in 2010 and had undergone complete refurbishment in 2015 to make room for the new interior, facilities, equipment, and technology.

Every guest may enjoy the luxurious saloon onboard. In the main deck, one would find an air-conditioned salon that is equipped with television and other entertainment sets and has a separate dining area, and another air-conditioned salon in the upper deck which has it’s very own bar. Both salons are installed with comfortable sofas for the guests luxury.

Depending on the network connection, one may enjoy free internet connection with Seawolf Felo’s free Wifi service.

For sun lovers, they have two beautiful sun decks to choose from – one is located in the lower deck and another in the upper deck for that full view of the Red Sea. Either way, both locations are relaxing as both areas are equipped with comfortable seats and chairs. All sun loungers may enjoy the warmth of the sun either in the shaded area or in the open. Both sun decks are made of teak wood.

The boat’s dive deck is spacious and is equipped with all the facilities that every diver needs. There are several storage boxes for the divers’ equipment, plus, nitrox and rebreather support is provided free of charge.

All of Seawolf Felo’s facilities are ensured safe as all equipment is approved by international standards. It also houses 2 life rafts that could accommodate 20 individuals each, oxygen tanks, and first aid kits. It has installed a radar, GPS, compass, sonar, VHF radio, satellite telephone, ecolot, and rescue systems.

The Cabins

Seawolf Felo boasts 11 spacious cabins that could accommodate up to 22 guests. A Royal Suite is located in the main deck and is installed with a king sized bed, while 8 cabins with twin beds are situated in the lower deck, and two suites with king sized bed are found on the upper deck. All rooms are installed with a bar, air conditioning, and en suite bathrooms.


With the Seawolf Felo, navigate the Red Sea and visit the world-renowned diving sites and shipwrecks. Its guests may opt to visit the Northern wrecks or have a dive at St. Johns Island, which is a famous whale shark site. Its guests may also choose to take a trip to the famous triangle where Elphinstone’s, Daedalus, and Brother Islands can be found. The triangle has reefs and walls that are coated with numerous hard and soft corals for your eyes to feast on. Divers may also explore the famous Thistlegorm, or the Abu Nuhas ship cemetery to see the 5 sunken ships all covered with beautiful corals.

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