Liveaboard Egypt

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A liveaboard in Egypt and the Red Sea is for many the first real diving trip and indeed the first liveaboard. There is liveaboard which suits everyone from beginners to more advanced. However, it may be good to know that there are certain restrictions or recommendations on some tours:

For safaris"Wrecks & Reefs"And"South & St Johns” we recommend that you are a PADI Open Water diver or equivalent. You should also have logged at least 10 dives.
For the safari"Get wrecked” and safaris to the marine parks (Brothers, Elphinestone, Rocky, Zabargad, Daedalus) we recommend a minimum of Open Water. You must also have logged at least 20 dives. Even better is if you are Advanced Open Water to get the most out of these safaris.

During the latter trips, it is important that you master diving in strong currents. You must have good control over your balance and feel safe in your diving even if there is a strong current. Note that the currents can sometimes even go downwards. If you have not logged any dives in the past year, we recommend that you do a de-rusting dive before departure. A liveaboard in Egypt can sometimes be demanding which is why these rules exist.

Many times the demands on you as a diver are more about recommendations. The Red Sea can be fast and have big waves. It is so that the dive guides in Egypt can give everyone equal attention. They want to be able to keep track of the diving group and therefore these requirements and recommendations exist. If you are unsure whether you can go on a tour, contact us and we will check with Egypt. Many times they will say yes if, for example, they want you to dive with someone who is very experienced and can help you on the spot.

Egypt Liveaboard Vessels

About our Liveaboards

Here above, search and find a large selection of all the liveaboards we work with all over the world. The schedule shows which departures are available right now and with estimated price information for a diving trip. Fill in and use the search function in the fields with destination or period and number of places and you will find available places more easily. When you want to experience the ultimate diving trip, there is often nothing that beats a trip with a liveaboard! A fantastic opportunity to access the best diving in a destination while being out at sea enjoying the big blue and focusing on relaxation, holidays and diving. Always welcome / Your Scuba Travel Team!

Price information!

All prices in the examples here are only for your liveaboard with diving, accommodation and any transfers when the liveaboard offers it in its prices.

The price examples are exclusive of international flights from Scandinavia.

On some liveaboards there may be fuel surcharges and port and marina fees which are sometimes paid in advance and sometimes on board the boat.

Contact us for the complete package price including flights, possible hotel nights and other things and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

NOTE!

Flight prices are extremely volatile and can only be confirmed once you have booked and paid for your flights. Exchange rates change daily but we try to keep them as current as possible. For many liveaboarders, one to two hotel nights before or after your liveaboard may be necessary. Hotel nights are not included in the prices here but are added. These nights are sometimes absolutely necessary to secure against possible flight delays and to avoid problems with connecting flights on to your dream trip. Note that the dates below only show dates for the liveaboard itself unless otherwise stated. They therefore do not include flight days or any extra nights. Once we have received your request, we will get back to you with a quote for the price and date of your trip according to your wishes.

Please note! Keep in mind that flight prices can increase a lot during holidays such as Christmas, Easter, school holidays, etc. We recommend that you book early.