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Red Sea Aggressor Liveaboard
The Overall Review
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In summary, this is what divers think:
3 reasons to dive
- Divers said the staff and crew were professional and always gave a helping hand with the gear.
- Several divers said they got to see giant manta, whale shark, hammerhead shark and a group of oceanic white tip.
- Many people said the diving briefs were thorough and allowed for confidence when diving with a buddy.
1 reasons NOT to dive
- Some people noted that the food was a bit on the bland side.
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Description and details
Diving on the Red Sea Aggressor in Egypt
There is a spacious sun deck with a Jacuzzi on board where you can enjoy watching the sun. The Red Sea Aggressor can accommodate 20 persons on board and there are two types of ample space cabins on this boat, two master staterooms and eight deluxe staterooms. Each room has a private bathroom and shower, storage for the guests, wardrobes with bathrobes, television and individual central air conditioning.
The lounge area is the perfect spot where you can hang out after a day of diving; it also features an entertainment system with TV and DVD with interesting movies to choose from. The professional chef’s menu aboard can be enjoyed at the dining area where you can be amused by the variety of Egyptian feasts and local dishes; soft drinks, ice tea, beer, and wine are included. Vegetarian options are available; you just need to tell the crew about your needs. This yacht has also sun loungers for the guests to enjoy the fascinating view.
While on board, your own gear storage and rinsing facilities are available for after diving maintenance. The yacht has a large camera table and several charging points for charging gadgets and cameras. You have the opportunity to rent a camera on board to capture every moment of your safari.
Diving through underwater landscapes, seeing different and colorful marine creatures is one of the greatest experiences you will have.
The itinerary includes the famous diving sites of Egypt. Explore Ras Mohamed National Parks’ unspoiled beauty and the diversity of its habitats. It is located at the south of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. You can visit the Brother Islands, which consists of two islands and attracts many pelagic animals. At the Red Sea is Elphinstone, where you can dive with sharks and hammerheads. Enjoy spotting beautiful reefs, walls, and school of fish at Daedalus. St. John Reefs highlights some coral walls and garden, including varieties of soft and hard coral formations. This site attracts grey reef, hammerhead, and thresher sharks and other predator fish. Enjoy the current at the Straits of Tiran, there are four coral reefs across the Strait, Jackson Reef, Woodhouse Reef, Thomas Reef, and Gordon Reef. These reefs were named after the British cartographers who created the first nautical map of the region. These spots are famous all over the world. You can visit the Red Sea all year round, you may still dive during the winter but the temperature may be slightly colder.
Guests may dive 5 dives per day including night diving if possible. The main concern of the Red Sea Aggressor’s crew is the guests’ safety during the expedition. The boat is equipped with complete safety and rescue equipment, rafts, fire, and smoke detection systems and first aid kit. The Red Sea welcomes experienced divers and novices. You may always find something interesting in its waves and sites. Come aboard to Red Sea Aggressor to discover exotic and famous diving sites in the comfort of this yacht and with experienced dive instructors.
Schedule & Pricing:
You may come onboard any time after 3 pm as the boat leaves the dock Sunday at 6 am.
There is a 39 USD fee per trip and National Park fees of 105 USD payable onboard.
- Camera Station
- Daily housekeeping
- Audio & video entertainment
- TV in cabins
- Air Conditioned saloon
- Aircon Cabins
- Sun Deck
- Indoor Saloon
- Non-Diver (Snorkeler) Friendly
- Warm Water Showers
- Camera room with table and charging point
- Custom built for diving
- Charging stations
- En-Suite bathrooms
- Paid Internet
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Snorkeling Equipment
- Separate Rinse for u/w Camera
- Leisure Deck
- Jacuzzi / Hot Tub