If you haven't dived in the Red Sea before, well then quite frankly you are yet to experience some of the best coral dives of your life. Teaming with soft, hard, colourful, strange and beautiful corals, you can barely find a gap in your vision without a colour explosion. Of course, there is a lot more to the Red Sea than just the corals (cough, cough, that dolphin picture) and you never quite know what to expect next. You have to be aware of the season in Egypt though, if you coming looking for sharks, you'll have a better chance between June - September in the warmer months. Water temperature is also higher in summer, unlike on this trip (March) where we had a few cold dives. Egypt is also home to some world famous wrecks, which I'm yet to have dove, buttttt the next trip in July we are heading to Thistlegorm, Egypt's most famous wreck - among many other dive sites.
To say Scuba Scene exceeded my expectations is an understatement. Never have I seen such a luxurious dive boat - and I've seen a lot. Resting there in Hurghada harbour waiting for us to make her our new home, she lead us on quite the adventure around the Red Sea with not even a slight glitch. With 13 double cabins 9 twin cabins, and 4 cabins with king size bed it sleeps a fair few guests, yet its spacious decks, salon(s) and dining area give the illusion you could be the only one on board at times. Believe me when I say this boat is simply beautiful. The standards are so high that I truly think this is one of the best liveaboards in the world, but if you don't believe me, you'll just have to come and check it out yourself (second invitation). For more photos and info check out their website.
And remember guys, you can get 15% off our next liveaboard before May 31 2017
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