Red Sea Quality

Individual Diving Safari Trip

My / Eclipse

Length: 31m - Width: 8 m

Cabins 12 air-conditioned cabins with twin bed,and suite facilities, minibar.

Air-condition In cabins and salon. Saloon Dinning area and bar ·

TV , DVD player, Stereo System ·

Engine 2x750 HP mersedas

Generator 2x 80 KW Compressor 2x pwoar 190 l/min

Fresh Water: 15tons Fuel: 11tons

Dive Equipment 27x12 liters alum tanks (DIN + INT) ,2xOxygen cylinders.

Zodiac 2x25 HP Yamaha

Navigation and Safety : Radar, GPS, Echo sounder, Compass, IPERB, 2xOxygen cylinders, 2xLife Raft, Life Jackets, Fire Extinguishers

Communication VHF

Nitrox : Yes Permission for National Parks : Yes

Travel Information

Included:
• Transfer airport/boat/airport
• 6 nights on board – 7th night on board or in a 3* hotel
• Full board + non-alcoholic beverages
• 3 to 4 dives per day (last day 2 dives ) night dives are not allowed on Brothers and Marine Parks)
• Dive guide

• 12 L tanks + lead belt

Not included:

• Flight
• Visa. 25$
• alcoholic beverages
• Taxes
• 15L tanks : 35 euro/week
• Nitrox: 5 euro/bottle or 70 euro/week
• Personal insurance
• Tip for the crew (not mandatory)

Taxes
• North , North & Safaga , South , Deep South - St. John's : 15 euro p.p.
• Brothers : 45 euro p.p.
• Marine park routes (routes with Deadalus , Rocky & Zabarged ) : 80 euro p.p.

Minimum number of participants for confirmation of departure:

• Minimum number of people for confirmation and security of departure (all routes): 10 persons
• Maximum number of people (all routes): 24 persons

PAYMENT

Payment can be made by the following methods:

· Bank transfer in euro to our bank account

NEEDED DETAILS OF PARTICIPANTS

Please provide us with the following details minimum 3 weeks prior to departure

· Passport number

· Diving license

· Number of dives + date of last dive made

· Insurance company + insurance number

· Flight details (flight number + place, date and hour of arrival and departure

Thanks and best regards from Red Sea Quality Company

North Trip

Saturday, May 7th, 10-10am

Hurghada, Qesm Hurghada, Red Sea Governorate, Egypt

Hurghada, Red Sea Governorate


This Red Sea diving safari offers a mixed itinerary of wreck diving and reef diving. You will visit the most impressive wrecks in the Northern Red Sea, as well as stunning reef diving.

This cruise has something for everyone. Starting from Hurghada and sailing north gives a perfect combination of reef diving and wreck diving. The famous horseshoe shaped reef of Shaab El Erg is a perfect example of the reefs on offer on this cruise with its beautiful hard coral garden and the chance to see dolphins. Abu Nuhas has four well-known wrecks: Giannis D, Carnatic, the lentil wreck and the tile wreck, all offering spectacular dives and plenty of fish life.

ight dives can be superb in this area Gubal Island offers protected anchoring for the night. A small wreck at 8-10 metres makes for a spectacular night dive with lionfish, scorpion fish and its resident giant moray eel.

A short ride across the straits of Gubal and you visit the most famous wreck of the Red Sea, the SS Thistlegorm! An awe-inspiring World War II British vessel with a cargo full of armaments (Bedford trucks and BSA motorbikes), all destined for the British troops in North Africa. She was sunk by the German Luftwaffe and now lies in 30 metres of water. Depending on divers’ experience, weather and current conditions, we also try to offer a night dive here. Close by is the Ras Mohamed National Park, offering a morning dive at the 'Shark Reef', a sheer wall falling into the blue. The Ras Mohamed Park is usually the 'border', from here the boat heads back towards Hurghada.

As well as these awe inspiring wreck dives, which provide fantastic material for underwater photographers, there are many other attractions on this Red Sea diving safari, not least, a visit to Ras Mohamed National Park.

The price is : 600 euro

North And Safaga Trip

Saturday, Aug. 6th, 10-10am

Hurghada International Airport, Egypt

Hurghada

Sailing from Hurghada, this cruise starts in the north then travels to the Safaga area. It gives a perfect combination of reef diving and wreck diving. Starting at Shaab El Erg with its beautiful hard coral garden and the chance to see dolphins. This is followed by Abu Nuhas, the famous "Ships Graveyard" with it's four wrecks that can be dived, including Giannis D and Carnatic. They all lie at moderate depths on a beautiful reef with an abundance of marine life and hard and soft corals.which has four well-known wrecks offering spectacular dives and plenty of fish life.

A short ride across the straits of Gubal and you visit the most famous wreck of the Red Sea, the SS Thistlegorm! An awe-inspiring World War II British vessel with a cargo full of armaments (Bedford trucks and BSA motorbikes), which were all destined for the British troops in North Africa. She was sunk by the German Luftwaffe and now lies in 30 metres of water. Depending on divers’ experience, weather and current conditions, we also try to offer a night dive here. You will also get to visit the wreck of Dunraven at Shaab Mahmoud. Close by is Ras Mohamed National Park, offering a morning dive at the 'Shark Reef', a sheer wall falling into the blue.

Travelling overnight you will arrive to area around Safaga which has some great diving, the best being the offshore reefs of Panorama Reef, Middle Reef and Abu Kafan The diving offers a combination of shallow reef dives and drop-offs, as well as the famous wreck of the Salem Express. There is superb wall diving at Panorama and Abu Kafan, as well as some little secrets like Hal Hal, which can only be dived in suitable weather conditions.

Soft and black corals, fan and huge gorgonians, plus frequent sightings of Jacks, Barracudas and Eagle Rays all promise a true adventure.

The price is : 500 euro

North Trip

Saturday, Sep. 17th, 10-10am

Hurghada International Airport, Egypt

Hurghada

This Red Sea diving safari offers a mixed itinerary of wreck diving and reef diving. You will visit the most impressive wrecks in the Northern Red Sea, as well as stunning reef diving.


This cruise has something for everyone. Starting from Hurghada and sailing north gives a perfect combination of reef diving and wreck diving. The famous horseshoe shaped reef of Shaab El Erg is a perfect example of the reefs on offer on this cruise with its beautiful hard coral garden and the chance to see dolphins. Abu Nuhas has four well-known wrecks: Giannis D, Carnatic, the lentil wreck and the tile wreck, all offering spectacular dives and plenty of fish life.


ight dives can be superb in this area Gubal Island offers protected anchoring for the night. A small wreck at 8-10 metres makes for a spectacular night dive with lionfish, scorpion fish and its resident giant moray eel.


A short ride across the straits of Gubal and you visit the most famous wreck of the Red Sea, the SS Thistlegorm! An awe-inspiring World War II British vessel with a cargo full of armaments (Bedford trucks and BSA motorbikes), all destined for the British troops in North Africa. She was sunk by the German Luftwaffe and now lies in 30 metres of water. Depending on divers’ experience, weather and current conditions, we also try to offer a night dive here. Close by is the Ras Mohamed National Park, offering a morning dive at the 'Shark Reef', a sheer wall falling into the blue. The Ras Mohamed Park is usually the 'border', from here the boat heads back towards Hurghada.


As well as these awe inspiring wreck dives, which provide fantastic material for underwater photographers, there are many other attractions on this Red Sea diving safari, not least, a visit to Ras Mohamed National Park.

The price is : 600 euro

Open Request

Saturday, Oct. 8th, 10-10am

Hurghada International Airport, Egypt

Hurghada

You can choose any destination for your trip

Open Request

Saturday, Oct. 29th, 10am to Saturday, Nov. 5th, 10am

Hurghada International Airport, Egypt

Hurghada

You can choose any destination for your trip

South Trip

Saturday, Nov. 5th, 10-10am

Hurghada International Airport, Egypt

Hurghada

This cruise starts with a short sail to Ras Shona and Marsa Mubarak which are situated close to the Port of Marsa Ghalib and perfect for that first check dive. Marsa Mubarak offers an underwater experience of marine life such as crocodile fish, stonefish moral eels and maybe a passing turtle. You can often find some of the smaller coral reef fish hiding in the hard coral formations.

Another part of these seven reefs is Shaab Naba, a popular overnight location due to the close proximity to Elphinstone Reef. It offers a fabulous night dive and you are sure to see some lion fish.

At Fury Shoals, dive Shaab Claude with its famous cave system which make an excellent swim-through dive, perfect for spotting moray eels and red sea bannerfish. There are huge porite corals and moving off the reef you may see a White Tip Reef shark or turtle pass by. Abu Galawa Soraya has a fantastic coral garden and on one dive you may encounter a wreck of a private sailing boat, packed with glass fish.

Wadi Gamal, with its flowing banks of hard yellow and green soft coral has resident angel and butterfly fish, and in the right season huge schools of placid jack and tuna visit the area.

Further north, you will pass by Shaab Sharm, with its wall dives and White Tip Reef sharks. Oceanic White Tips and Silky Sharks can sometimes be found in the blue and turtles often visit the South side.

Samadai (Dolphin House) is a shallow turquoise water lagoon where a large pod of spinner dolphins live. In 2004, the Egyptian government made this reef a Marine Park to protect the dolphins. The western tip provides a large group of pinnacles rising to the surface from a carpet of seagrass, populated by schools of reef fish.

Elphinstone Reef has sheer walls plunging steeply into the blue, decorated with soft corals, sponges gorgonians and fans. Sharks feed here on the abundant fish population and the southern plateau is home to white tip reef sharks.

The price is : 750 euro

Brother and North Trip

Saturday, Dec. 24th, 10-10am

Hurghada International Airport, Egypt

Hurghada

This cruise has something for everyone. Starting from Hurghada, sailing North for a check out dive before heading on to Gubal Island.

Abu Nuhas has four well-known wrecks: Giannis D, Carnatic, the lentil wreck and the tile wreck, all offering spectacular dives and plenty of fish life. Why not explore the Rosalie Moeller (the sister ship of the slightly more famous Thistlegorm) which lies from 30 to 50 metres deep and is in excellent condition. Although the visibility is not always good, the fish life is amazing. The wreck is covered in glassfish from bow to stern, and hunting them are masses of lionfish, around the wreck are the usual pelagics: tuna, trevallies, emperor fish and much more...

A short ride across the Straits of Gubal and you visit the most famous wreck in the Red Sea, the SS Thistlegorm! An awe-inspiring World War II British vessel with a cargo full of armaments, Bedford trucks and BSA motorbikes, which were all destined for the British troops in North Africa. She was sunk by the German Luftwaffe and now lies in 30 metres of water. Depending on divers’ experience along with weather and current conditions, we do where possible try to offer a night dive here. Nearby is the Ras Mohamed National Park, offering a morning dive at the renowned 'Shark and Yolanda' reefs. Ras Mohamed National Park is the furthest Sinai destination before heading south towards the Brother Islands.

The Brother Islands are the pinnacles of two undersea mountains rising from the depths of the abyss and are located about 60 miles offshore from El Quesir. Part of the Marine Park Islands National Park, these islands offer stunning wall diving, with the walls being covered in soft corals and forests of gorgonians, creating a kaleidoscope of ever-changing colours. They attract a diverse array of marine species and large pelagics. Large tuna, Baracudas, Jacks and Snappers cruise in the blue, accompanied by occasional Hammerheads, Silky and Oceanic White Tip Sharks and Mantas. Even the rare Thresher Shark can sometimes be found there. Sightings of the Grey Reef Shark are almost guaranteed on the North and South Plateau of Small Brother. For the wreck diver, the wrecks of the Aida II, an Egyptian supply vessel, and the Numidia, a cargo ship, lie on the walls of the Big Brother. Both are covered in a rich growth of soft and hard corals. Marine life includes a family of Napoleon Wrasse and Grey Reef Sharks.The boat will then sail back to Hurghada via Safaga where you can dive at Panorama Reef or the famous wreck of Salem Express for a memorable finale !

Note: *It is not allowed to do night dives at the Brother Islands *Minimum of 50 logged dives requested and no night dives permitted in the Marine Park area by Egyptian Law. These are challenging dives with strong currents, so not for inexperienced divers. *all dives

The price is : 900 euro