Dreams is a comfortable standard dive yacht runs by Sea Serpent Fleet, offering scuba trips all around Egyptian Red Sea. It can accommodate 18 guests.

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Dreams is 33 meters long, 7 meters professional dive liveaboard. It was designed to cater specifically for divers who want to dive the Red Sea in small groups.

Dreams has a large lounge for cozy evenings & an amazing sky view fly deck for enjoying evenings after great dives in the Red Sea. It is fully equipped with entertainment facilities such as TV, movie player, Video station, a library with marine books for enjoying.

The personalized service onboard and the excellent value for money that will make Sea Serpent Serena a favorite boat for liveaboard groups.

The separated dining room is where the delisous buffet style meals will be served. And there is also a bar which equipped with Ice-maker and can provide mineral water, tea, coffee, beer, wine and other drinks.

Dreams's dive deck and the dive platform are designed for maximum comfort and functionality. There are three compressors that installed below deck to minimize noise impact. The divers will find 12 l aluminium tanks with DIN and INT valves. Multilingual dive guides will accompany the divers on board and under water.


Dreams has 9 guest cabins, it can accommodates up to 18 guests per trip:

All cabins equipped with Individually controlled air-conditioning, en-suite facilities as well as towels and bathrobes.

2 Deluxe Cabins: Located on the upper deck, each cabin comes two single beds side by side, view window.

1 Deluxe Cabin: Located on the upper deck, comes one double bed, view window.

5 Standard Cabins: Located on the lower deck, each cabin comes two single beds side by side, portholes.

1 Standard Cabin: Located on the lower deck, comes one double bed, portholes.


  • 3 dives per day + alternating additional night dives.
  • No night dives are allowed in the Egyptian Marine Parks
  • Only 1 - 2 dives will be provided on the last diving day.
  • No dives on the day of embarkation and disembarkation.
  • All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.

Other Information

  • Nitrox:Complimentary for Nitrox divers
  • 15L Tanks:Available with additional cost
  • Technical Dive:Not available at the moment
  • REBREATHER Dive:Available with additional cost
  • Dive Equipment Rental:Available with additional cost
  • Dive insurance:Divers must have valid dive insurance
  • Wi-Fi Internet :Complimentary for all guests
  • Laundry Service:Not available at the moment
  • Massage Service:Not available at the moment
  • Payment on board:By cash(EUR/USD/EGP/GBP)
  • Crew Number:Unknow, include 2 dive guides


North & Tiran

Day 1 : Arrival and check in. First night in the New Marina Hurghada.
Day 2 : 2 dives near Hurghada, possible night dive in Abu Nuhas.
Day 3 : Two to three dives in Abu Nuhas.
Day 4 : Three dives on the Straits of Tiran islands.
Day 5 : 2 - 3 dives in Ras Mohamed, possible night dive Thistlegorm wreck
Day 6 : First dive at the Thistlegorm, 2nd dive at Shag Rock and 3rd dive at Goubal Island.
Day 7 : Last two dives in Hurghada area
Day 8 : Check out after breakfast latest 10:00.

North and Brothers

Day 1 : Arrival and check in, dinner at Port Ghaleb.
Day 2 : Check dive at Sha’ab El Erg, then 2nd and night dive in Gubal Island
Day 3 : 2 dives on Thistlegorm, afterwards Dunraven, night dive at Ras Mohamed.
Day 4 : 2 dive at Ras Mohamed, 3rd & Night dive close to Ras Mohamed.
Day 5 : 3 dives at Abu Nuhas
Day 6 : 3 dives around Big & Small Brothes.
Day 7 : 2 to 3 dives in Hurghada area.
Day 8 : Check out after breakfast latest 10:00.


Day 1 : Arrival and check in - the New Marina Hurghada.
Day 2 : 2 check dives near Hurghada, possible night dive in Abu Nuhas
Day 3 : 2-3 dives in Abu Nuhas
Day 4 : 2-3 dives in Ras Mohamed/ Shark Reef, Yolanda, possible night dive at the Thistelgorm wreck
Day 5 : 3 dives at Thistlegorm, Shag Rock and Goubal islands, possible night dive
Day 6 : 2 dives at Rosalie Moller or the barge, possible night dive in HRG area.
Day 7 : last 2 dives in HRG area
Day 8 : Check out after breakfast latest 10:00.

St. John's | Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib

St. John's is a cluster of small reefs offering some of the most spectacular underwater wildlife vistas in the Red Sea. Habili Ali reef offers giant gorgonians and black corals. The Grey Reef houses silvertip sharks and Hammerhead sharks - at its west side. Habili Gafaar is a mass of soft corals crowded with snappers, butterfly fish and barracudas. To the North, you'll find the St. John's cave, an area where shallow cracks open up into small caverns,

Fury Shoals | Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib

The Fury Shoals make up several reefs along the Southwest Red Sea coast, offering amazing scuba diving opportunities with some of the most pristine reefs in Egypt. The hard and soft coral are unspoiled and are a highlight of many dive sites such as the Fury Shoal Garden.

North, Tiran & Dahab | Hurghada - Hurghada

This itinerary offers you to go deep in the Gulf of Aqaba, diving the famous blue hole and the canyon, passing by the magical dive site Gabr El Bent


Destinations Egypt
Facilities Nitrox support, Sidemount Friendly, Rebreather Friendly, Camera Station, Wi-Fi
Languages spoken English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish

Schedules & routes

Prices & conditions


  • Transfers from airport and/or hotel to the yacht
  • Marine park fees & Port fees
  • VAT and local taxes
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Full-board meal plan (including snacks)
  • Complimentary beverages (water, tea, coffee)
  • Soft drinks
  • Diving activity (incl. tanks, weights, weight belts)
  • Dive guide service
  • Nitrox fills
  • Land excursions and activities throughout the trip
  • Boat accident insurance
  • Cabin towels and complimentary toiletries
  • Cabin cleaning service
  • Wi-Fi

Not included

  • Domestic flights in destination country
  • Alcoholic beverage
  • Dive equipment rentals
  • Larger tank (15 L)
  • Dive courses on board
  • Dive insurance (mandatory requirement)
  • Travel insurance (trip cancellation insurance)
  • Crew gratuity

Useful information


Best time for diving
March to May & September to October, however, Egypt can be good for scuba diving any time of the year. The whale shark season occurs from the end of May until the end of July in the northern Red Sea. The plankton blooms bring manta rays in to feed from May to August. From May to July, there is a higher chance to spot schooling of hammerheads in Daedalus, then the hammerheads move to Jackson Reef from July to September. And the turtle nesting season also happens from late May to early July. The Thresher Shark can be best spotted in winter. Grey reef sharks, dolphins, and dugongs can be spotted year-round.

About temperatures
Air : winter months are between 18°C - 25°C, summer months are between 32°C - 40°C.
Sea : winter months are between 20°C - 24°C, summer months are between 27°C - 30°C.

Wetsuit Recommendation
In the winter months, a 5 - 7 mm full wetsuit is recommended. In summer months a rash vest or 3 mm shorty wetsuit is recommended.

Diver requirement
Suitable for all levels depending on which route you are heading to. We do recommend a minimum of 30 logged dives with AOW or equivalent level to enjoy the dives in Egypt.
You can find out more information about diving in Egypt here : Egypt.

Embarkation / Disembarkation
Depending on which route you are heading to, the embarkation and disembarkation can be from Hurghada (HRG), Marsa Alam (RMF), or Sharm El Sheikh (SSH).

Visa Requirements
Most nationalities can obtain a visa on arrival at Egypt’s international airports. If you opt for a visa on arrival, you’ll need a passport that’s valid for at least six months from your arrival date, a travel itinerary, and documentation to prove accommodation or any booked tours.

A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required if traveling from a country with a risk of YF virus transmission and ≥9 months of age, including transit >12 hours in an airport located in a country with a risk of YF virus transmission. This includes Eritrea, Rwanda, Somalia, Tanzania, and Zambia.1 In the absence of a vaccination certificate, the person will be detained in quarantine for up to 6 days after departure from an area at risk of YF virus transmission. An overview of the countries to which this applies can be downloaded here: Yellow Fever Risk Countries.

Money Matters
The local currency is the Egyptian Pound (EGP), and ATMs are common, especially in the main tourist areas. Major hotels will usually accept payment by credit card. However, smaller hotels may expect cash and hard currency payments (USD/EUR).

To bring a drone to Egypt and fly it, you need to receive permission from the country’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). If you do not have documentation of authorization, your drone will be confiscated at customs. However, getting permission to fly a drone from the CAA is difficult. Should you somehow manage to get your drone in, the onboarding screening will detect your drone and one of two things will happen: 1. your drone will be confiscated at the point of arrival and stored at the airport. 2. the drone will be detected and confiscated when you are leaving the country and you’ll be sanctioned for bringing an illegal commodity to Egypt. - So don't risk it, and leave your drone at home if you’re planning to travel to Egypt.

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such a service.

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