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Enjoy Ash Sharqia Governorate, Egypt by boat! Charter a 89 ft "South Moon" Power Mega Yacht for up to 20 people. Rates as low as €11,000 EUR per week. We have been operating in the Red Sea since 1993, specializing in liveaboard diving safaris. Come and discover on our boats the best dive sites in the Egyptian Red Sea, living exclusively on board. We offer Scuba diving courses & snorkelling. South Moon is completely rebuilt during 2013, and launched in April 2014. It is beautiful 27 metres long wooden-hulled vessel,with 10 fully air-conditioned cabins, all with ensuite bathrooms. The dining and living areas are cozy, comfortable and air-conditioned, the two sun-decks spacious and just perfect to lounge. Boat Specifications: - Length: 27 metres - Width: 6 metres - Draft: 1.75 metres - Material: Wood - Engines: 2 x 350 hp, MAN - Power Supply: 220 volts (3 generators) - Fuel Capacity: 5,000 litres - Water Capacity: Desalination unit 3 t per day - Water galvanized steel tank 8,000 litres Navigation Equipment: State of the art Furuno, GPS, Radar, Echo Sounder. Safety Equipment: Complies with Egyptian coastal license requirements: Life jackets and life rafts, flares, line-throwing gun, fire extinguisher, fire hoses and fire pumps. Accommodation: - 8 double rooms with twin beds. - 2 double rooms with bunk beds. Food & Beverage: - International cuisine catered to your needs and tastes: vegetarian, seafood, chicken, meat, kosher, etc. - Three buffet meals a day, plus afternoon snacks - Mineral water, soft drinks, tea and coffee Rental: - Video camera housing - Diving and snorkeling equipment - Twin and 15 litres tanks, special Tec equipment Merchandise Sales: - Sea Queen Fleet T-shirts and memorabilia - Books, maps, dive guides - Diving equipment - Movies, CDs A liveaboard gives you the opportunity to dive remote and otherwise hard to reach dive sites far beyond the range of daily diving boats. Diving is more comfortable and enjoyable. Heavy scuba diving equipment is right there waiting for your next dive and there’s no need to carry it around. Explore the magical underwater world of the Red Sea! Dive, snorkel or swim and meet new people who share your interests or simply relax in the warming sun. Enjoy the comfort and convenience of freshly prepared, tasty meals and drinks in between your dives. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced diver, Sea Queen Fleet offers a variety of routes and itineraries which can be customised to suit all levels and needs, to make your experience with us enjoyable, memorable and safe. PADI Courses: - PADI Advanced Open Water Diver - Scuba Diving with Enriched Air Nitrox Group Rates - €11,000 EUR per week Individual Trips - 6 days/7 nights Sharm el Sheikh: €835 EUR per person For trips and schedule, please contact us. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
I am partner and general manager of our Fleet, the head behind it all. I founded the company in 1993, and had already then a lot of experience in managing diving centres and liveaboard safaris.As a Master Scuba Diver Trainer and one of the first Trimix instructors in Egypt.. I learned the ropes and amassed extensive knowledge in diving the Red Sea and in the safari business.- Karim Fayed
You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
Additional Fee: - Extra charge for equipment rentals. Cancellation Policy: - If cancelled 45 days prior to the departure, full amount refunded. Frequently Asked Questions: • When is the best time to dive? - Diving in the Red Sea is possible year round. However, if you hope to see some of the larger pelagic life, July and August are when you will find larger concentrations of barracuda, tuna and a variety of shark species. • Can I hire equipment? - Yes, you can. Please advise when making a reservation if you wish to hire equipment. • What type of wet suit do I need? - A 5 mm wet suit is usually recommended for diving the Red Sea. In winter, you will need a full wet suit but in the summer months a shorty will suffice. • Can I take diving courses on a liveaboard? - It is possible to take courses on a liveaboard but you will need to book this in advance. We can suggest a Nitrox or Advanced course. • Is Nitrox available on board? - Yes, Nitrox is available on all our liveaboard boats. • Are night dives possible? - Yes, night dives are possible. • What is the minimum number of passengers required for the liveaboard to sail? - The minimum number of passengers required for a sailing is from 8 to 12 according to the selected boat. • Can you provide transfers from the airport to the boat? - Yes, transfers are provided. Please ensure that you advise us of your flight numbers and times of arrival/departure. • What currency will I need for Egypt? - The currency in Egypt is the Egyptian Pound (or LE). It is made up of 100 piasters. • What is the electricity voltage and what type of sockets do they have in Egypt and on the liveaboards? - The voltage is 220 and sockets are the normal two round pin, European-type. It is advisable to bring adaptors for any electrical appliances. • Are there medical facilities on the boat? - All our boats have first-aid boxes and oxygen. • What is recommended for tipping/gratuities? - On liveaboards, it is usually customary to leave a one-time tip for the crew and dive guides at the end of the trip.