Please, make sure you bring the following documents and items:
- passport (valid minimum 6 months on departure date)
- your diving certification card
- your logbook
- travel, health, and/or mandatory diving insurance
- diving equipment, including computer, torch, and SMB (unless you are planning to rent)
- personal clothes and toiletries
- small medical first aid box and prescription medicines
- money to pay for extras (small notes for a change)

Yes, you will always need a visa with an entry stamp. Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of 6 months upon the date of departure from Egypt. Guests are responsible for checking with an Egyptian Embassy that, for the passport they hold, a visa can be issued on arrival in Egypt. Please, follow this advice strictly and do not rely on false information given on social media.

Yes, transfer to and from the liveaboard on the embarkation/disembarkation days are complementary inside Hurghada city only, either from the hotel or the airport. If your hotel is located in El Gouna, Soma Bay, Sahl Hashesh or Makadi the transfer is not free of charge.

We will arrange transfer from Hurghada Airport to the liveaboard on embarkation day. Meeting point is in the front of the arrival hall where we will wait you with a welcome sign stating the boat name.

We will arrange a transfer from the hotels in Hurghada, El Gouna, Sahl Hasheesh, Soma Bay, and Safaga areas to the liveaboard on the embarkation day. The meeting point is at the hotel's reception. We cannot pick up from public places, restaurants, coffee shops, places inside pedestrian areas, parking lots, private villas, or so-called guest houses. In such cases, you will have to make your own way to the port.

If you miss your flight or your flight is delayed, please, call us or send a message via WhatsApp using our emergency number. During the night, calls are more preferred. The same procedure goes with transfers, which are shared transfers. If the pickup delay is greater than 30 minutes, please, call us or send a message via WhatsApp using our emergency number. During the night, calls are preferred.

Check-in time starts from 16:00 (4 pm) onwards till late at night.
Check-out is at 10:00 (10 am).

Sorry, this service is not available. Your liveaboard needs to be cleaned and catered after check-out and before the arrival of new guests. We are happy to assist with day-use arrangements for an extra charge.

Our liveaboard is departing from harbor called New Marina Hurghada.

It is your responsibility to ensure to respect the 24-hour no-fly time after your last dive! Please, arrange your return flights accordingly or dives will be missed!

The diving season in the Red Sea is good all year round. You will find, for example, in the summer months lots of shoaling fish or barracudas as of the warm water temperature. In the other months, you will also find lots of coral and marine life.

The water temperature in the summer months from June to September is between 26°C and 29°C. In the winter months, the temperature drops down to 21°C to 24°C.

We require you to have a minimum of 10 logged dives and Open Water Diver certification. If you are an Open Water Diver when joining our liveaboards, we recommend taking advanced training onboard to maximize your enjoyment of the trip. Inexperienced and beginner divers may find some dives challenging and may be asked by the Cruise Director to skip dives that are not suitable for their diving experience.

Yes, you can join the trip. However, you will not be able to dive every dive site according to your diving level. Your guide onboard will advise if a site or the conditions are not suitable. The final decision will be with your dive guide onboard.

Yes, non-divers can join our liveaboard. Snorkeling is possible when the liveaboard is moored, but not while the boat is moving. Solo snorkeling is not possible, and snorkeling will also be supervised. Not all diving sites are allowed for snorkeling. Please ask your guide, he will advise which locations are safe.

Yes, it is possible to book a private guide for an extra cost. To arrange this service, booking must be arranged in advance.

The maximum is 8 divers per 1 guide. In total, we usually have 2-4 dive guides or instructors onboard.

No, all diving is recreational diving. Decompression diving is not permitted on our liveaboard. Solo diving is strictly prohibited.

Yes, diving insurance is mandatory to participate in any diving activities and has to be presented at the check-in.

Yes, this is mandatory to participate in any diving activities and has to be presented at the check-in.

You will need to provide a “fit to dive” certificate, preferably in English, signed and stamped by a doctor. This cannot be older than 1 year. It has to be arranged prior to the check-in. Visiting a doctor after check-in might not be possible or will result in the delay of departure. If a fit to dive is not provided, you will not be allowed to join any diving activities.

On all our liveaboards, you will find 12l aluminum tanks with DIN/INT valves, weights, and belts for each diver.

Yes, any requested diving gear should be pre-booked to ensure its availability. We will need your body measurements with height, weight, and shoe size to provide the diving gear.

Yes, it is mandatory for each diver to use an SMB. An SMB is important for your safety in case you get separated from your group and/or your buddy.

Yes, it is mandatory to use a torch at any night dive.

Yes, it is mandatory to use a diving computer or dive watch.

Yes, we strongly recommend that you wear a wet suit for all dives. In summer, it can be a shorty or 3mm wet suit. For the winter, especially from January to March, you will need at least a 5mm wet suit. If you feel cold, quickly ask for a hood too. Gloves are strictly prohibited.

Yes, to balance air consumption in the dive group, the tank is available at an extra charge. Please, pre-book if required.

Yes, Nitrox in 12L tank (28 - 32%) is free of charge for certified divers.

We serve full board, which means 3 tasty meals and 2 snacks during the day. All meals are served in buffet style. Soft drinks, tea, coffee, and water are available throughout the day. Local alcoholic beverages are available at an extra cost.

We do our best to cater to any special food requests, such as vegan, vegetarian, halal, or other diets. Please, inform us in advance. Please, keep in mind that ready-made, special products, such as lactose-free and gluten-free products are not common and rarely available in supermarkets.

220V with European 2-pin plugs. Please, bring an adapter, if needed.

Our boat has safety equipment, such as medical oxygen (Demand, Free Flow), fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, a fire alarm system, life jackets, and life rafts. Common areas are camera monitored.

Yes, the boat has 2 emergency exist on the lower deck in cabin #7 and #8. You will be briefed in detail upon arrival.

Yes, we do have medical first aid boxes with the most common basic medical supplies.

Yes, Wi-Fi is free of charge and is shared by all guests onboard. This service is available only when a mobile signal is present. In case you wish to have your private internet access, please, buy your personal data sim card from any of the local providers (Vodafone, Etisalat, Orange). They have outlets at the airports available 24 hours. We might arrange data sim card for you upon request as well.

Make sure you bring enough cash in smaller bills in Euros, Dollars, British Pound Sterlings, or Egyptian Pounds to pay for your extras. There is an ATM in the Marina.

We recommend 70€ per guest.