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Dreams Liveaboard in Egypt is a budget-friendly liveaboard touring the Red Sea with several different itineraries. She is 28 metres in length. She comfortably accommodates up to 16 guests in either twin standard or bunk bed standard cabins. All cabins are air-conditioned and have en-suite bathrooms including towels and bathrobes. She is ideal for guests who want a more personalised liveaboard experience and who wish to dive in smaller groups. Nitrox and technical gas blends are available.
Nouran Liveaboard in Egypt is a 36 metre vessel that can accommodate up to 24 guests in her 12 en suite twin cabins. On the main deck, there is a large lounge with a full entertainment system, which leads to the separate dining area. On the upper deck is a sun deck with loungers and a second outdoor lounge with shade at the bow. Both recreational and technical divers are fully supported. Rental equipment includes scooters, photo and video equipment.
King Snefro 5
King Snefro 5 Liveaboard in Egypt was custom built as a dive liveaboard in 1999 with a major refit in 2018. She is 22 metres in length and accommodates ten guests allowing small groups the ideal charter on a comfortable vessel. The dining area serves buffet-style meals, and the spacious indoor saloon has a wooden finish and an entertainment system. The dive deck was redesigned to give a large platform and easy access to the zodiac. Nitrox can be available on board.
Seawolf Soul Liveaboard in Egypt is a comfortable 36 metres liveaboard with modern technical equipment on board. There are eleven cabins with two different options, standard and suite layouts. All have ensuite bathrooms and climate control. There is a large saloon for guests to use with an entertainment system and a spacious sundeck. Nitrox is available and included in the cruise cost for certified divers. Two zodiacs with outboard motors are available for use during the liveaboard trips.
Grand Sea Serpent
Grand Sea Serpent Liveaboard in Egypt is a luxury liveaboard touring the Red Sea with several different itineraries. At 41 metres in length, guests can expect plenty of space on board. While built for speed, she is also very stable, making for smooth cruising in all conditions. Up to 24 guests can be comfortably accommodated in either standard twin cabins or suites. All cabins are air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms and have a mini fridge. Nitrox and technical gas blends are available on board.
Duyung Baru Liveaboard in Indonesia is 27 metres Indonesian Phinisi sailing boat purpose-designed for divers to enjoy their cruise in comfort and luxury. She caters for just 4 to 6 guests at a time, ensuring personal service and customised cruises. There are three luxury cabins with climate control and en suite bathrooms. The onboard dining is also luxury with the chef preparing fresh meals and snacks during the day. The sun area has loungers. Diving is from the fast tender, and there is a rinse area for the equipment.
SimSim Dive Liveaboard in Egypt is a 31m wooden liveaboard for 16 guests in her 8 cabins. Social areas are an indoor saloon with an entertainment system and a bar. This is combined with the dining area where the freshly prepared meals are served, with snacks throughout the day. The top deck has comfortable seating in the shade plus a sunbathing area. The dive deck has individual storage space; Nitrox is available and there is a zodiac.
Lapat Liveaboard in Thailand offers the ultimate flexibility for a liveaboard cruise with departures every day. There are two types of cabins for her 16 guests. The master double cabins are ensuite, and the six twin cabins share the four bathrooms on board. The upper deck has an indoor saloon area with comfortable sofas and an entertainment system. Meals are served alfresco with both western and Thai cuisine. The top deck has a partially covered sundeck with mattresses.
Coral Sea Dreaming
Coral Sea Dreaming Liveaboard in Australia is a 16m steel-hulled yacht providing budget friendly overnight cruises to the Great Barrier reef departing three days a week. She accommodates just 12 guests onboard in a range of cabins with air conditioning; bathrooms are shared. There is a saloon where delicious meals are served buffet style, and a forward deck provides space for relaxing and sunbathing. The dive area covers nine different reefs, and the crew welcome both certified divers and snorkelers.
Seawolf Felo Liveaboard in Egypt is a spacious 39-metres liveaboard constructed in 2010. There are eleven cabins with three different options to choose from, and the standard doubles up to a king suite. All have ensuite bathrooms and climate control. There are two saloons for guests to use with entertainment systems and two spacious sundecks. Nitrox is available and included in the cruise cost for certified divers. Two zodiacs with outboard motors are available for use during the liveaboard trips.