When you dive from a liveaboard, you have at your fingertips a variety of dive sites where fish and marine life is often undisturbed and often curious – it is not unusual to be able to swim so closely to these creatures that you really feel a part of their underwater paradise .
While on a liveaboard holiday, you have the freedom to dive your own plan and profile within common-sense guidelines .
There is no need to carry around heavy tanks and equipment like on daily diving excursions. All the diving equipment you need is conveniently stored on the boat when you are not diving and easily accessible when you reach a dive site so you can make the most of your precious diving time. Considering as well that you can make many more dives than during daily diving. Furthermore, when any special opportunities pop up, your dive equipment is always ready and waiting for you. Underwater photographers find that their opportunities are greatly improved when on liveaboard trips .
While onboard, food and drinks are readily available in-between diving activities. Spend your free time relaxing in your fully equipped liveaboard cabin, take a hot shower or even have a drink at the bar.
Liveaboard diving has long been an option for Red Sea diving enthusiasts. As early as the 1970s divers were taken by local fishing boats to remote sites where they could discover the beautiful reefs of the Red Sea. Then, as demand, increased, larger and more accommodating boats were built for this purpose .
Now, more than 30 years on, what was once a cramped and uncomfortable experience for divers has become one of the most convenient and exciting ways to explore the underwater beauty of the Red Sea – in five-star comfort way.
Modern Red Sea liveaboards are based on traditional tried-and-tested designs with a few modifications in the interest of comfort such as wider beams allowing for larger cabins, more deck space and greater stability. Each one is crafted to offer the diver something special, the very best in both quality and value for the money for your diving safari in the Red Sea.