Every day we have several of our own boats in operation. Therefore we have the opportunity to plan the half- and full day trip in consideration of the experience level and preferences of our guests. For this reason divers with similar experience levels usually share one boat. This distinguish us from other diving centers and is particularly appreciated by our diving guests.
Our full day trips include two dives and start at 8:30 am. Our half-day trips include one dive and depart at 11 am. The journey time to our dive sites takes usually between 30 minutes and 1 hour. As some dive spots are depending on weather conditions, the dive sites of the day are discussed in the morning between the captain and the instructor. You are welcome to express wishes and our staff will endeavor to take account of this.
All our dive trips are always accompanied by at least one of our dive guides who will give you a detailed briefing before every dive. Since we put safety first, each of our boats is equipped with medical emergency equipment (oxygen, first aid kit) and mobile phones.
Apart from our daily diving trips, we offer a number of special tours. For example to the wrecks in the north (Thistlegorm, Rosalie Moller or the wrecks of Abu Nuhas) or the more remotely located reefs in the Safaga area (Panorama Reef and Abu Kafan). As these tours depend on wind and weather conditions, we can only plan these trips on short term with appropriate participation. Of course we do offer night dives, too. We perform at least once a week night dives from the boat or at our house reef. Please keep in mind that the departure times for our special tours may vary from the usual timetable.
Famous are meanwhile our ships’ cooks. In the lunch break they serve a tasty and varied buffet. The instructor will ask you in the morning if you want to attend. Soft drinks and water are of course also available on our boats, as well as the classic Egyptian tea which is available for free. After lunch there is enough time to go for swimming, snorkeling or just lazing around. About 3 pm we set off back to the harbor. By the way: Non-diving companions are also welcome on board.