The 39m Red Sea Aggressor III brings a touch of American hospitality to the Red Sea, a destination long considered a favourite among European scuba divers. You can join 7 night diving safaris on this large liveaboard out of Egypt's Port Ghalib, taking in the best of the Red Sea's southern dive sites.
Up to 22 guests can be accommodated on Red Sea Aggressor III in 11 double or twin share ensuite staterooms. Socialising takes place in the large and comfortable restaurant/saloon area on the main deck, or the huge lounge on the upper deck. This comes complete with TV, DVD, music system and computer. Connectivity is limited to email via satellite phone. Guests often like to hang out here to watch movies or read books and magazines. Alternatively you can chill out in the loungers or hot tub on the partially covered sundeck, or enjoy an end of day drink in the cocktail lounge with ever-changing views of the southern Red Sea.
Nitrox is available for purchase so you can extend those bottom times on the finest Red Sea dive sites. Photographers will appreciate the photo and video center, and the dive deck's camera table and camera rinse tank. All dives are done from the 3 motorised tenders that accompany the liveaboard yacht.
Safety is emphasised with the provision of 'Nautilus lifeline' lost diver devices and the mandatory use of dive computers. So if you fancy experiencing the best diving of the southern Red Sea with all the comfort and service of the worldwide Aggressor dive safari fleet then let us know and you could soon be stepping on board the Red Sea Aggressor III.
Notes: You are advised to bring a completed diving medical history questionnaire with you. If you do not bring a completed copy of this form with you to the yacht, you will be required to complete it onboard.
Dive experience: Divers are expected to self-certify that they are fit and experienced enough to make each dive of the trip, based on their knowledge of their dive qualifications and previous experiences. Minimum age is 15 years.
Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation with air-conditioning, breakfast, lunch, dinner (except final evening), snacks, water, soft drinks and hot drinks, local wine and beer, return transfers to the boat from the local airport, dives (as detailed in the trips above), experienced English-speaking divemaster(s) (3 per full boat), tanks, weights and weightbelts, Nautilus Lifelines.
Cruise price per person excludes (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Scuba equipment (complete set incl dive computer US$ 175 for the week, no wetsuits for rent), port and park fee US$ 150 per week. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash or credit card).
Optional extras: Nitrox (7 nights - US$ 100), dive insurance, torch US$ 8 per night, limited quantity of 15 litre tanks, restaurant meal on final evening. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash or credit card).
How to get there: Red Sea Aggressor III liveaboard charters depart from Port Ghalib. Transfers are included on the start and end dates from Marsa Alam airport to the departure point. For more details visit our Red Sea travel information section.
The first and last nights of the tour are spent in the harbour. Guests arrive and board on the first day any time after 3 pm. The boat leaves the harbour on the morning of the second day. The last dive of the trip will be at around 12 noon on the second last day and you will return to port around 4 pm. Disembarkation is at 8 am on the final day. Please wait at least 18 hours before flying after diving.
Non-diver rate: US$ 200 off the full published price (does not apply to specials).
Single supplement (if you do not want to share accommodation): This is optional - single travellers may choose to share a cabin or pay a supplement of 65% of the normal published price.
Dive clubs and group discounts: Pay for 7 guests and 1 additional person can join the cruise in a Deluxe twin share stateroom free of charge (8 guests or more). Pay for 10 guests and 3 additional persons can join the cruise in a Deluxe twin share stateroom free of charge (13 guests or more).
Whole boat charter rate (per night): Pay for 15 guests and 5 additional persons can join in a Deluxe twin share stateroom free of charge (20 guests).
Add-on package: If you have time, we strongly recommend that you consider some of the wonderful antiquities tours in Egypt which can add a whole new dimension to your vacation. Cairo museum's royal mummies, the pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, a glorious cruise down the Nile staying in a luxury cabin, The Valley of the Kings, all of these and more can be seen in packages starting at 6 nights' duration. Other activities such as 4x4 safaris and camel tours are also available as are custom-made packages to suit your needs.
There are 11 staterooms on this Egyptian liveaboard: 8 Deluxe twin bed staterooms with 2 single beds side by side on the lower deck and 3 Master staterooms with queen bed (2 in the bow on the main deck, 1 on the lower deck). All the staterooms have en-suite bathrooms.
All the cabins have:
Individually controlled air conditioning
Portholes in all staterooms
Flatscreen TV and DVD player in cabin
Private bathroom with toilet and hot water shower
Hand basin, towels, toiletries and hair dryer
Cabinet, mirror and reading lamps
Mains outlet 220 volts (US standard 2 pin sockets) - 24 hours per day
Nitrox - 3 motorised dinghies - Dive deck and platform with 2 hot water showers and 1 toilet - Separate rinse tank for cameras - Camera table & charging points for electrical scuba equipment - Air-conditioned saloon with dining section, large flat screen TV, DVD and music players - Addiotional lounge with library of movies, magazines, novels, fish ID books & games - Open-air cocktail lounge - Sun deck with Jacuzzi and mattresses - Outdoor shaded relaxation area area with sun chairs and loungers - Water dispenser
All meals on the Red Sea Aggressor III are prepared using the freshest ingredients. Breakfast and lunch are buffet-style. Breakfast consists of cereals, juice, fresh fruits and hot entrees. Lunch includes fresh soups and homemade breads and desserts. Dinner is a plated served affair. Note that dinner on the final evening takes place ashore.
International and Egyptian cuisine; 3 to 4 different dishes per sitting
Main meals consist of breakfast, lunch and dinner, with snacks in between.
The menus are fixed and breakfast and lunch are served buffet style, dinner is served in the air-conditioned restaurant on the upper deck.
Snacks include candy bars, biscuits, fruit and fresh afternoon snacks.
Tea, coffee, soft drinks, drinking water, local beer and wine are free of charge.
All diets, including vegetarian and halal, can be catered for with prior notice.
"Nothing was too much effort for any of the crew; from the replacement dive computer to the hot towels provided after post dive showering on deck. Great food, excellent facilities - highly recommended!" - Mal Hartland, England, 28 August 2018 ...
"Staff was the best part of the trip - always helpful and at hand every moment – the best I have seen. Rooms were fine and comparable to other premium liveaboards
Food (esp. Breakfast) was a bit lacking for me as a vegetarian." - Dipen Mehta, UAE, 11 September 2017 ...
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