Royal Evolution is a 39m long, 8.6m wide mono hulled dive liveaboard, with cruising speed at 12 knots per hour, it is the ideal liveaboard for your Red Sea dive trip!
Onboard Royal Evolution , there are 4 decks in total :
On the partially shaded Sky deck, you will find lots of chaise longues, cushioned benches/sofa, as well as an outdoor jacuzzi for relaxation between the dives.
On the back of the sun deck, there is a large outdoor lounge with sofas and an open bar where you can get a cool drink while sea watching.
On the main deck, there is a beautiful air conditioned salon with a separated dining area, equipped with sound system (CD player & Tape player), one 130cm Plasma TV and DVD/VCR connected with home theatre audio system, Book/Magazine/CD/DVD library, slide projector with screen, as well as a computer with video editing project. In the dining area, there are tables and chairs for 24 guests. Adjacent to the salon, there is a charging shelf with 110/220v power supply facilities and personal spaces and sockets.
Royal Evolution also has a spacious dive platform with personal gear in-place fill station, individual dive locker with storage, a camera station (3 racks) with two air gun for drying, 4 hand held showers, 2 fresh water rinsing tank and 1 shared bathroom.
Royal Evolution has 12 comfortable staterooms, it can accommodate maximum 24 guests per trip:
All cabins have ensuite bathroom, a desk & chair, drawer unit, bar fridge, individual AC, TV & Video player entertainment system, marine satellite receiver, sound system, hair dryer, 220V power supply facilities, safety box.
2 Master Suites :
Located on the main deck, 15.96m2 in size, with one double bed, lots of seaview windows.
2 Deluxe Cabins :
Located on the main deck, 15.96m2 in size, with two separate single beds, and one big seaview window.
8 Standard Twin Cabins :
Located on the lower deck, 14.40m2 in size, with two separate single beds, portholes.
3 dives per day + alternating additional night dives.
Only 2 dives will be provided on the day before departure.
No dive provided on the day of arrival and departure.
All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.
- Nitrox：Available with additional cost
- 15L Tanks：Available with additional cost
- Technical Dive Available: Trimix & Helium. Rate on request.
- REBREATHER Dive：Not available at the moment
- Dive Equipment Rental：Available, rate on request, must book in advance
- Dive insurance：Divers travelling aboard must have valid dive insurance
- Wi-Fi Internet ：Not available at the moment
- Laundry Service：Available with additional cost
- Massage Service：Not available at the moment
- Payment on board：By cash (Euro/USD) ONLY
- Crew Number：17, include 2 dive guides
Sudan Itinerary out from Port Ghaleb - Egypt
Day 1 :Port Ghaleb – Embarkation – Sailing at Night to Fury Shoel or St.John reef.
Day 2 :Check dive at Fury Shoel or St.John reef. Diving the whole day. Sailing after night dive to Shalalat reef.
Day 3 : Early morning dive at Shalalat reef. Sailing to Port Sudan.
Day 4 :Arriving early morning to Port Sudan for Visa Registration & local taxes payment (approx 2 - 3 hours), sailing to Umbria wreck for one or two day dives, one night & possible 2nd night dive after dinner.
Day 5 : Diving the whole day at Sanganeb reef (North & South plateau).
Day 6 : Early morning dive at North plateau of Sanganeb reef, then sailing to Shaab Rumi for second dive at “Cousteau Conshelf” and night dive.
Day 7 : Diving the whole day Shaab Rumi. Sailing early morning to Shab Suadi.
Day 8 : Early morning & morning dives at the Blue Belt (Toyota Wreck), third dive at the northern plateau of Shab Suadi, sailing at night to Angarosh reef.
Day 9 :Diving the whole day at Angarosh reef.
P.S : Sailing to Mesherifa for afternoon dive & overnight (only in October for the Manta season) Day 10 : Sailing to Abington reef, diving the whole day, night dive and overnight.
Day11 :Sailing to Merlo reef, diving the whole day, night dive and overnight.
Day12 : Sailing early morning to Angarosh reef for 2 dives then Sailing to St.John reef.
Day13 :Depending on weather conditions and arrival time (one or two dives) at St.John reef , sailing to White Rock for afternoon & last dive, sailing to Port Ghaleb.
Day14 : Port Ghaleb – Dis-Embarkation & last night hotel.
Brothers, Deadalus, Rocky & St. John - Red Sea Grand Tour
Day 1 : Embarkation (Port Ghaleb)
Day 2 : Check Dive at El Shouna, Sailing to Elphinstone for mid-afternoon & aftrnoon dive.Sailing at night to the Brothers.
Day 3 : Dive the Big Brother morning, mid-afternnon & afternoon dives.
Day 4 : Dive the Small Brother morning, mid-afternnon & afternoon dives.Sailing at night to Deadalus reef.
Day 5 : Dive Deadalus morning, mid-afternnon & afternoon dives.Sailing at night to Rocky Island.
Day 6 : Morning dive at Rocky Island, mid-afternoon dive at Zabargad Island then sailing to St.John reef for afternoon & night dive.Sailing at night to Fury Shoel.
Day 7 : Morning dive at Shaab Maksur & mid-afternoon dive at Claudia reef. Sailing to Port Ghaleb.
Day 8 : Arriving early morning to Port Ghaleb. Dis-Embarkation
Brothers, Deadalus & Elphinstone
DAY 1 : Hurghada (Embarkation).
DAY 2 : Sailing to RAS DISHA for 1st dive (check dive), then sailing to MIDDLE REEF for afternoon dive. Sailing at night to THE BROTHERS.
DAY 3 : Dive at THE BROTHERS morning , mid-afternoon & afternoon.
DAY 4 : Dive at THE BROTHERS morning , mid-afternoon & afternoon. Sailing overnight to DAEDELUS REEF.
DAY 5 : Dive at DAEDELUS REEF morning , mid-afternoon & afternoon. Sailing overnight to ELPHINESTONE REEF.
DAY 6 : Dive at ELPHINESTONE REEF morning, mid-afternoon & afternoon. Sailing at night and overnight to Hurghada
DAY 7 : Dive Giftun & Abu Ramada - Hurghada (Disembarkation).
P.S : All itineraries can be changed due to weather condition....
Schedules & routes
|Date||Duration||Destination||Departure - Arrival||Price|
|30/05/2019 to 13/06/2019||14 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $3,345.38||Detail|
|11/07/2019 to 18/07/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|18/07/2019 to 25/07/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,170.16||Detail|
|25/07/2019 to 01/08/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|01/08/2019 to 08/08/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,170.16||Detail|
|08/08/2019 to 15/08/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|15/08/2019 to 22/08/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,170.16||Detail|
|22/08/2019 to 29/08/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|29/08/2019 to 05/09/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,170.16||Detail|
|05/09/2019 to 12/09/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|12/09/2019 to 19/09/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|19/09/2019 to 26/09/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Hurghada||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|26/09/2019 to 03/10/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Hurghada - Port Ghalib||From $1,225.93||Detail|
|03/10/2019 to 10/10/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $1,337.48||Detail|
|10/10/2019 to 17/10/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $1,337.48||Detail|
|17/10/2019 to 24/10/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $1,337.48||Detail|
|24/10/2019 to 31/10/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $1,337.48||Detail|
|31/10/2019 to 07/11/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $1,337.48||Detail|
|07/11/2019 to 14/11/2019||7 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $1,337.48||Detail|
|21/11/2019 to 05/12/2019||14 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $3,010.73||Detail|
|19/12/2019 to 02/01/2020||14 nights||Egypt||Port Ghalib - Port Ghalib||From $3,010.73||Detail|
Prices & conditions
|Egypt||7 nights||Standard Twin||From $1,170.16|
|Egypt||7 nights||Deluxe Twin Main Deck||From $1,203.62|
|Egypt||7 nights||Suite Main Deck||From $1,404.41|
|Egypt||14 nights||Standard Twin||From $3,010.73|
|Egypt||14 nights||Deluxe Twin Main Deck||From $3,044.20|
|Egypt||14 nights||Suite Main Deck||From $3,244.99|
- Air tanks & weights & weight belts
- Daily housekeeping service
- Land transfer on arrival/depature date
- All meals & complimentary beverages (water & tea & coffee)
- Soft drinks in bottles and/or cans
- Dive guide service
- Dinner on final evening
- Land tour & Island visit
- Boat accident insurance
- Domestic flights
- Alcoholic beverages (beer or/and wine)
- Crew gratuity
- Dive equipment rentals
- Dive insurance
- Travel insurance ( cancellation insurance)
- Fuel surcharge
- Larger tank (15 L)
- Nitrox fills
- Marine park fees/Port fees
Period : Liveaboards run trips year round, with the high season being from March to November.
Visa's : All visitors to Egypt need an entry Visa to enter Egypt. For many nationalities visa can be purchased on arrival in Cairo or Hurghada for 25 USD. However, please check with the appropriate consulate to ensure you have the proper documentations.
Climat : The climate of the Marsa Alam and Hurghada have a subtropical desert climate with mild warm winters and hot summers.
- Day Temperature: Summer time 33C/ 91F - Winter time 21C/69F
- Night Temperature: Summer time 26C/78F - Winter time 17C/62F
Water : the average Water temps in the summer months you can expect 27°- 29°C/ 80°- 84°F, while in the winter months the temps can drop down to 23C/ 74°F.
Clothing : Dress accordingly to the seasons, light clothes in summer, and warmer clothes for the cooler winters.Please plan to travel light, as on all live-aboard dive yachts, space is limited.
Plugs : Type C electrical plugs (Europe standard) 220V @ 50Hz
Flights : Many international flights arrive directly from Europe and Asia to Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh International Airports.
Currency : Local currency is the Egyptian pound (EGP), other currencies can be easily changed at banks or money changers, and international ATM's are available. Credit Cards (Mastercard/ Visa) are widely accepted.
Period : Liveaboards run trips year round, with the high season being from November to March. Southern route trips are only done in the the spring and fall.
Visa's : Almost citizens from all countries require a visa to enter Sudan. It is advisable to obtain a Sudanese visa in your home country before arrival if possible. Please contact the Sudanese consulate nearest you for more updated information.
Climat : The climate of the Red Sea subtropical savannah, with mild warm winters and hot summers. Temperatures average between 26 and 32°C in summer, and up to 43°C on the Red Sea coast. Winter temperatures average between 13 and 21°C.
Water : Water temps vary throughout the year, in the summer months you can expect at least 27°C waters, while in the winter months temps can drop down to 23°C.
Clothing : Dress accordingly to the seasons, light clothes in summer, ad warmer clothes for the cooler winters.
Plugs : Type C & D electrical plugs (Europe standard) 230V @ 50Hz
Flights : Khartoum Airport (KRT) is the main gateway into Sudan by air. There are also some international flights which use Port Sudan airport.
Currency : Local currency is the Sudanese pound (SDG), Bring only foreign CASH into Sudan, preferably US Dollars. Travellers cheques, credit cards and ATMs are NOT accepted in Sudan, partly because of the US embargo.