25th July - 1st August 2014
£1299 inc Flight Sup & Nitrox
£240 deposit to secure your place
24 Spaces Available
M/Y blue Horizon
Built by blue o two in 2006, award winning M/Y blue Horizon is our flagship vessel and the benchmark for all other blue o two vessels to follow her.
With a contemporary and stylish feel, M/Y blue Horizon takes liveaboard luxury to a whole new level and is truly deserving of the title 'Liveaboard of the Year' awarded by DIVE and DIVER magazine in their recent industry awards.
With a large dining area, totally separate sky lounge with state of the art entertainment system, shaded deck area and sun deck, there is always space to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Red Sea.
King suite upgrades are available and all cabins benefit from air conditioning, ensuite facilities, mini refrigerators and personal entertainment systems.
M/Y blue Horizon is equipped with a nitrox membrane, booster pump, technical blending panel and is rebreather friendly making it the perfect platform for technical divers.
Northern Wrecks & Reefs
This safari allows you to take in some of the most iconic wrecks that the Red Sea has to offer. An ideal itinerary for those new to SCUBA diving or the Red Sea, allowing you to experience world famous wrecks and pristine reefs.
QUALIFICATION NEEDED: You must be a PADI Open Water diver or equivalent to join this safari.
**PLEASE NOTE** the itinerary below is just an example of the route taken and the order and dive sites are not guaranteed. All dives sites are subject to weather conditions and the final route taken is at the absolute discretion of the captain and dive guides.
Day 1 - Shaab El Erg, Abu Nuhas Wreck, Abu Nuhas Wreck, Abu Nuhas Lagoon
Day 2 - Abu Nuhas Wreck, Abu Nuhas Wreck, Dunraven, Beacon Rock
Day 3 - Thistlegorm, Thistlegorm, Thistlegorm.
Day 4 - Shag Rock/Kingston, Ulysses, Bluff Point, Barge.
Day 5 - Rosalie Moller*, Umm Usk, Siyul
Day 6 - Poseidon Reef, El Miniya.
*PLEASE NOTE: The Rosalie Moller is an advanced dive site only suitable for experienced divers and will be visited soley at the discretion of the dive guide taking into account the experience of the divers onboard. In addition, the Egyptian Navy currently has a diving restriction on the Rosalie Moller, which can be lifted/reinforced at any time and therefore cannot be guaranteed on this itinerary. (22/08/12)