Egypt is well known amongst divers as one of the most accessible and rich destinations close to Europe. The Red Sea which borders the entire eastern seaboard of the country has crystal clear waters year round, and fantastic pelagic fish action, along with beautiful reefs fringing the entire coast. As there is nearly no run off from land, because Egypt is a desert climate, and oceanic currents do not affect the greater area very much, nutrients are brought to the sea via wind. The winter storms which blow up sand across the region then deposit this nutrient rich material directly to the Red Sea, where it is absorbed into the upper layers of the water column and used to support a huge variety of marine animals. Without this nutrient transfer from land, the sea would be nearly lifeless, void any real food source to support life.

Diving in the Red Sea can be separated into two distinct regions; the Northern and Southern routes. The vast majority of divers coming to the area spend their time in the north, diving famous wrecks like the Thistlegorm, the Rosalie Moller and Ras Mohammed, all world-class sites. Or diving in the Ras Mohammed National Marine Park, on sites like Shark Reef with it's dramatic sheer wall. Divers can be rewarded by huge shoals of snapper, batfish, jacks, unicornfish and barracuda, which will allow you to approach very close. Trips to this northern region usually depart from Sharm el Sheikh, on the Sinai peninsula, in the very north of the Red Sea, with most of the diving done along the coast line of this peninsula.

Diving on one of the southern routes of the Red Sea can be extremely rewarding, as it's all about reefs and big pelagic fish. Liveaboards depart from Marsa Alam in the middle of the country, and head straight out to the two world famous dive sites know as The Brothers, approximately 67 km east of Quesir, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. The Little Brother is known for it's large plateaus on the north and south ends of the site with walls covered with soft corals, sea fans and fish everywhere. Further to the south liveaboards dive many sites such as Daedelus, which is also known for it's fantastic walls and the possibility for hammerhead sharks; Elphinstone famous for it's northern plateau where, if reachable, divers are surrounded by white tips, grey reefs or even hammerheads. And further south even, very close to the Sudan border, the areas of Rocky Island, Zabargad Island, St Johns Reef, and Fury Shoal reward divers with an immense amount of sites with pristine reefs and gorgeous marine life, from the big to the small.

Featured boats

The M/Y Andromeda is a "red boat” sailing the Red Sea for the past couple of years. 40 meters long steel diving liveaboard vessel, Andromeda can accommodate up to 26 divers in first-class comfort. He will bring divers to Sudan for a diving liveaboard.

M/Y Seafriend is a superior comfort diving liveaboard yatch which offering not only comfort but also safe trips all around the Egyptian Red sea.

Red Sea Aggressor is a professional diving yacht run by the well-known Aggressor Fleet, it offers weekly liveaboard trips alternating between BDE and St.Johns routes in the Red Sea. Maximum number of guests per trip - 20.

The M/Y ODYSSEY , is a 40 m long steal boat, which was built in 2012 especially for the requirements of divers. This new Luxury boat is cruising both in Egypt and Sudan to offer amazing adventures to divers taking part of it. A real pleasure to dive with Odyssey.

Coming trips

10/08/2017 to 17/08/2017

Egypt

Seawolf Felo is the Star liveaboard of the Seawolf Fleet, it provides divers various liveaboard routes in the Egyptian Red Sea area, it can accommodate maximum 22 guests.

10/08/2017 to 17/08/2017

Egypt

Grand Sea Serpent is a luxury liveaboard that provides divers various liveaboard routes in the Egyptian Red Sea area, it can accommodating a maximum of 24 guests.

10/08/2017 to 17/08/2017

Egypt

Seawolf Soul is a elegant liveaboard runs by Seawolf Fleet, it provides divers various liveaboard routes in the Egyptian Red Sea area, it can accommodate maximum 22 guests.

12/08/2017 to 19/08/2017

Egypt

Red Sea Aggressor is a professional diving yacht run by the well-known Aggressor Fleet, it offers weekly liveaboard trips alternating between BDE and St.Johns routes in the Red Sea. Maximum number of guests per trip - 20.

15/08/2017 to 21/08/2017

Egypt

C-Echo II is a 36m long diving liveaboard, just renewed in 2012. The boat is managed by an experienced dive shop in Hurghada. It offers all routes in Egypt for a maximum of 26 divers onboard.

17/08/2017 to 24/08/2017

Egypt

Seawolf Felo is the Star liveaboard of the Seawolf Fleet, it provides divers various liveaboard routes in the Egyptian Red Sea area, it can accommodate maximum 22 guests.

17/08/2017 to 24/08/2017

Egypt

Grand Sea Serpent is a luxury liveaboard that provides divers various liveaboard routes in the Egyptian Red Sea area, it can accommodating a maximum of 24 guests.

17/08/2017 to 24/08/2017

Egypt

Seawolf Soul is a elegant liveaboard runs by Seawolf Fleet, it provides divers various liveaboard routes in the Egyptian Red Sea area, it can accommodate maximum 22 guests.

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