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King Snefro 6 Liveaboard
The Overall Review
We spent 5.1 hours reading reviews from experts and divers about King Snefro 6 Liveaboard.
In summary, this is what divers think:
4 reasons to dive
- Many people were happy with the state of the liveaboard and the spacious deck.
- Divers said the night dive was incredible and they got to see a lot of turtles.
- Many people said that the meals were well prepared and there was always more than enough to go around.
- Some people stated that after every dive they were met with a warm towel and snacks that made them very special and appreciated.
2 reasons NOT to dive
- A couple of people noted that there was a water shortage in the showers.
- Some people said that the cabin were on the small side.
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Description and details
Diving on the King Snefro 6 in Egypt
King Snefro 6 is one of the smaller yachts in the King Snefro fleet. This boat had a major renovation in 2018 to have modern navigation and safety equipment installed. This vessel is 22meters/72 feet long with spacious and comfortable cabins to give guests a perfect holiday.
This liveaboard can welcome a maximum of 10 guests in its five cozy cabins. All cabins are air-conditioned with bunk-beds, daily housekeeping, hot water showers, cabinets, and fresh towels. The two cabins with private bathrooms and three cabins with two shared bathrooms are on the lower deck. Fellow travelers can enjoy their time in the spacious air-conditioned saloon after a day of diving. It has an entertainment area with a TV, DVD, and a central music system. In addition to that, everyone can enjoy the remarkable marine view from the sun deck with sun loungers and comfortable benches. For non-divers, guests may visit the small library to learn more about marine life and to start exploring the ocean by joining the shore excursion or snorkeling.
The liveaboard chef serves a wide range of mouth-watering local and international dishes in the dining room, that offers a stunning view of the ocean. Enjoy three buffet-style meals together with complimentary beverages and snacks in between meals. Beer and wine are available for purchase. Vegetarian, vegan options and other specific dietary requirements are available on request upon booking.
The King Snefro 6 has a spacious and comfortable dive deck and a large diving platform with two ladders for entries and exits. Nitrox is free for those with certification, and rental equipment is also available. There are 14 Alu-Tanks, a battery charging station, and warm-water showers on board. This boat has complete safety equipment, and crew members are well-trained to respond in any emergencies.
The liveaboard King Snefro 6 welcomes passengers with cocktail drinks and snacks upon boarding. This three-day safari is perfect for a group of friends or a large family to explore the wonders of the Red Sea. There will be a boat-briefing before the cruise starts, to provide guests with all the information they need. Jackson Reef is the northernmost coral reef of Tiran Straits and one of the most known diving spots among scuba divers. A variety of soft and hard corals, gorgonians, anemones, sea whips, and black coral are some of the wonders that Jackson Reef can offer. Ras Mohammed National Park is best for non-divers and professional divers where the Red Sea’s thousands of marine life species can be seen, including large pelagic, turtles, mantas, barracudas, hammerhead sharks and other shark species. Tourists can visit the Red Sea at any time of the year. The best time to visit the Red Sea is at the end of March up to the end of November, when the average water temperature is about 28C/82F. King Snefro 6 offers a great diving experience and welcomes those who want to celebrate their special occasion on board. Book your next getaway with us!
- En-Suite Bathroom
- Spacious Diving Platform
- Separate Zodiac/Dhoni
- Lounge/Tv Area