The best Egypt liveaboards | Scuba diving in the Red Sea

Aluminium scuba diving cylinders on dive deck of a scuba diving liveaboard

There are plenty of incredible Egypt dive sites you must visit at least once in your lifetime. Although some of them are reachable on day trips arranged by dive centers, including Dahab, Sharm El Sheikh, Marsa Alam, and Hurghada; the most fascinating ones, like the Brother Islands and St. John’s Island, are only accessible via liveaboards.

Moreover, the distances between the dive sites are so great, it’ll take a good time, effort, and money to go from one place to another. Some locations are also very remote, you’ll hardly find the right scuba diving infrastructure and equipment to aid your adventures.

Joining an Egypt liveaboard will not only save you from these hassles but give you a more comfortable and convenient diving experience. You’ll also find that liveaboards in Egypt are more affordable compared to the liveaboards in the different dive sites around the world. Egypt liveaboards also offer a wide array of choices in terms of budget and features, and they are easily accessible to divers of all levels.

Recommendations – Best Liveaboards Red Sea Egypt

There are various possibilities for a magnificent diving liveaboard in the Red Sea, Egypt. Below, we have outlined our recommendations for a Egypt liveaboard. A full overview of the Egypt liveaboards, including prices and availability, can be checked here.

Liveaboard 1: Sea Serpent Grand ($$$) – North route

The Sea Serpent Grand is an excellent choice to discover the Red Sea if you are looking for the best quality-to-price ratio. The Sea Serpent Grand can accommodate a maximum of 28 guests in 14 cabins. The diving facilities includes (free) Nitrox, a spacious diving deck and technical diving (blending station).

Price: A trip with the Sea Serpent Grand in the Red Sea, Egypt starts at EUR 181 per day. Latest prices and availability can be found here.

The Grand Sea Serpent diving liveaboard in the Red Sea, Egypt
The Grand Sea Serpent

Liveaboard 2: Royal Evolution ($$) – all Red Sea areas

The Royal Evolution is a great option if you are looking for a luxurious diving trip. The Royal Evolution can accommodate a maximum of 24 divers. The facilities includes, among other things, a dive deck, nitrox, and a jacuzzi.

Tip: the ‘’Deep South’’ route and/or the ‘’Sudan’’ route includes beautiful dives sites as these trips includes the famous ‘dives sites ‘’St. Johns’’ and/or ‘’Elba Reef’’.

Price: A trip with the Royal Evolution starts at EUR 151. The latest prices and availability can be checked here.

The Royal Evolution diving liveaboard in the Red Sea, Egypt
The Royal Evolution

Liveaboard 3: Amelie ($) - Hurghada area

If you are looking for a Red Sea Egypt liveaboard on a lower budget, the Amelie liveaboard is a great choice. With only a maximum of 12 guest, this vessel is great if you are looking for a relaxing, not too crowded trip. It should be noted that there a 6 cabins available with 2 shared bathrooms. In addition, the Amelie offers all the facilities you need on a diving holiday such as a diving deck, sun deck, and Nitrox.

Price: A trip with the Amelie liveaboard in the Red Sea starts at EUR 94 per day. The latest prices and availability can be checked here.

The Amelie liveaboard in the Red Sea, Egypt
The Amelie

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