We have been running and diving liveaboards since the late 1980’s. In those days the point of a liveboard was to go to remote un-dived locations to explore and dive in pristine conditions away from the crowds. It was mind blowing! Today though, instead of a handful of boats, there are hundreds, and it’s now much harder to find these remote and quiet locations… but we do!
As such, we don’t offer standard fixed routes at all. We specify key dive sites that we will visit and then head out with the intention of keeping away from the masses of liveaboard convoys following each other from site to site on the fixed routes.
Our trips are very popular with the more experienced Red Sea liveaboard diver. They have been to the famous sites the media directs them to as must dive locations; however, they have seen and dived with the crowds and now want to dive the unspoilt Red Sea.
Liveaboards are actually all about diving. We aim to make each dive the very best it can be, giving you lasting memorable experiences you can’t wait to repeat.
The way we operate is why we have so many repeat guests. Everything is relaxed and calm, there is no rush, and we have 24 hours in a day to do 3 or 4 dives. So what’s the hurry?
We dive in small groups, usually a max of 6 or 8. Each group is spaced out so you are in the water with just your small group, not 24 [or 36 on some boats] divers swimming in a line being herded along. You dive as you want, to your certification level and experience.
We do not dive the convenient local sites, we dive only the best sites that we like to dive ourselves; sites we have dived hundreds of times and that still draw us in.
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What We Offer
RAID & PADI courses provided onboard
All sites in the Egyptian Red Sea from Zafrana in the North to St johns in the South