With 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.

The RED SEA AGGRESSOR III will operate from the Port Ghalib yacht marina and resort area. It is a beautiful gated upscale resort community that is home to the 130 ft., 22 passenger yacht and includes lots of restaurants and shopping. All charters run Saturday to Saturday. Diving begins on Sunday with up to 4 dives a day and night dives when available. 7 night charters average 20 to 23 dives.

Water temperature average 74 - 82F, 23 - 28C. 3-5mm wetsuit is recommended for summer and 7mm in the winter.

Red Sea, Southern Itinerary

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