Red Sea Aggressor I - Brothers, Daedalus, Elphinstone (7 nights)

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For jaded divers who have seen it all, the further south you go in the Red Sea, the higher the quality of the diving. these fish species can only been found here. This forms the basis of a marine eco-system which includes 1,100 species of fish, of which just under 20% are endemic to the Red Sea. The Red Sea's abundance of marine life and depths of the reef are a thrill that many divers will tell you is unbeatable.

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Day 1: Join the Red Sea Aggressor I in Port Ghalib
Day 2-7: Up to 4 dives daily, eat, dive & sleep
Day 8: Disembark at Port Ghalib


Red Sea, EgyptWith awesome visibility and breath-taking soft corals, the Red Sea is one of the most popular scuba diving destinations in the world. There are over one thousand species of fish in the Red Sea, 20 percent of which can be found nowhere else in the world. It is hard to believe that where the Egyptian desert sands end, a marine paradise begins. Ironically, Egypt's desert climate has created an ideal liveaboard scuba diving setting. 

It is one of the sunniest places on the planet, therefore, corals and their tiny guests thrive on an overabundance of solar energy. The Red Sea is the resting place of many intriguing wrecks included several WWII ships that house countless artifacts.

About Brothers/Daedalus/Elphinstone
  • Both island locations are in the middle of the Red Sea (9 Hours by motor yacht from the coast.)They are pinnacle islands, meaning that below the surface, their walls plummet hundreds of feet vertically down, without any sandy beaches or shallow reefs around. 
  • Surrounded by open ocean, chances of spotting big game, such as rays, sharks, and other pelagic predators, are very high around the islands. Grey Reef Sharks, Thresher Sharks, and Hammerhead schools are residents. Oceanic white tip at certain times of the year.
  • 2 x Wrecks on Big Brother (Aida and Numidia)
  • One night dive is offered on this itinerary as night diving is not offered at the Brothers, regulated by the Egyptian Government, however early dawn dives are offered each morning before breakfast.
The Red Sea is considered to be one of the 7 Wonders of the underwater world, harbouring more than 1,000 species of invertebrates and over 200 species of soft and hard coral.

The Red Sea takes its name from the periodic algal blooms that occur here painting the sea with a reddish hue, and not the red-tinted Egyptian mountain ranges that surround it. Variety is in no short supply either and depending on where you choose to dive. If it isn't the first destination to crop up in a wow conversation, it is typically among the first 3. In other places vibrant reefs stretch out far into the sea and form intricate labyrinths of plateaus, lagoons, caves and gardens.Few locations crop up in conversations about scuba diving the way that the Red Sea does. These areas in the south of Egypt are your best bet for encounters with oceanic whitetip sharks and large schools of fish. The high level of endemism here is one of the main factors that makes Egypt scuba diving so interesting. John's which satisfy even the most experienced scuba divers.e.

Diving in Egypt as a whole is a pretty special attraction and like a box of Quality Street - everybody has their own favourite. Join an Egyptian liveaboard to experience the best diving that this region has to offer. Your diving holiday can include shallow patch reefs, drift dives and walls, or a collection of some of the most interesting wrecks you are likely to find anywhere. It's a diver's paradise, with the warmest of warm seas, very little wave action and unsurpassed visibility. The legendary dive location that is Ras Mohammed, wrecks the likes of the Thistlegorm and the Straits of Tiran are all easily accessible from Sharm El Sheikh. They are also home to interesting caves and have many tunnels to explore

The Red Sea dive sites offer you unobstructed opportunities to spot tropical marine life in crystal clear waters, ranging from sharks and dolphins to gorgonian fans and feather-stars. Dotted with at least 10 other interesting wreck sites, the area is also alive with big fish such as barracuda, turtles and eagle rays.

One moment you could find yourself on a coral garden atop a summit and the next a sheer wall could plunge thousands of feet into dark ocean depths. Some would say that Sharm El Sheikh on the Sinai Peninsula has the best of what the Red Sea has to offer. Hurghada and Marsa Alam offer you a starting point from which to explore the Abu Nuhas wreck system, and incredibly rich sites and pelagic shark action at The Brothers, Daedalus Reef and St. John's.

Viktig Informasjon


  • Up to 4 dives per day will be offered including night dives (conditions permitting)
  • 7 nights live-aboard cruise on Red Sea Aggressor I in air-conditioned and fitted with private bathrooms staterooms and a porthole or picture window. The yacht is equipped with hairdryers and bathrobes in
    each stateroom. Linens are changed mid-week and fresh towels are placed in each stateroom
    as needed.
  • Full board while on cruise including
  • Breakfast (cooked to order), buffet lunch and an elegant chef prepared dinner with tableside service are served in addition to mid-afternoon snacks.
  • Beverages (soft beverages, local beer and wine with dinner) are complimentary while onboard.
  • Filled tanks, weights and weight belts are included.
  • DAN Europe dive insurance (only apply when purchasing flights from DYKKEbazaar/DIVEplanet or for members of the Norwegian Dive Federation)

Not included:
  • Port fees USD30 per person
  • Tips (normally 10-15% is suggested)
  • Travel to / from joining point
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • Visa for Egypt USD25, paid upon arrival

Other useful information:
Single surcharge: on request
Price: is based on twin or deluxe shared cabin. Upgrade to Master cabin USD450
Surcharges & Taxes: There is a USD $39 Port Fee per person and a USD $105 Marine Park fee per person to visit 2 Marine Parks for either the Northern or Southern routes. These fees are paid onboard the yacht and may be paid by Visa, Mastercard, or cash
Destination is known for: Hammerheads, Dolphin, Soft Corals, abundant reef fish life, shark action, dolphins, mantas and large pelagics, wreck diving, walls and caverns.
Best time to visit this destination: 
Egypt can be dived all year but the water temperatures do vary a lot. The warmest period is between June to August where you can get water temperatures up to 30C, and the coldest period is February with temperatures down to 22ºC, so make sure you bring adequate wet suites. 
You should also consider the air temperature as it can get up to 40ºC in August and down to 20ºC during the winter months from December to February. If you are keen meeting whale sharks your best bet would be to travel between the end of May to the end of July when you can expect to see this awesome creature (mainly in the Northern part of the Red Sea). During this warmer period it tends to be the best time to see a wide range of marine life as the plankton blooms and this bring in the big mantas to feed as well as nesting turtles. The summer months is also the best time to spot the shy hammerhead sharks. The benefit of travelling during the winter months is of course the more pleasant topside temperatures, superior visibility and this is the time where you can hopefully see the thresher shark and dolphins.
Water Temperature: From 23 - 29ºC
Visibility: Depending on the time of year but between 20-40m
Arrival/Boarding/Departure: Airport transfers are included if arriving and departing from the Marsa Alam Airport on the charter start/end dates to and from Port Ghalib Harbor. Guests will be met transfered to the yacht. Guests may board the yacht Saturday afternoon anytime between 3 pm - 6 pm and through the evening. The yacht will depart the dock early Sunday morning after the Port Authorities have checked all guests passports. After clearance is given, no one can board the boat. After a full week of scuba diving on a liveaboard boat, the RED SEA AGGRESSOR I™ returns back to Port Ghalib in Egypt Friday afternoon between 2 - 4 pm. Friday evening after the sunset cocktail party, guests may go ashore and enjoy of the many restaurants at the Port Ghalib. 
Check-out is Saturday morning at 8 am.
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