All Star Scuba Scene

Overview

Our Red Sea dive liveaboard itineraries vary. Northern Red Sea trips include Ras Mohamed Nature Reserve, established as Egypt’s first national park in 1983, and the Straits of Tiran, the SS Thistlegorm and Abu Nuhas’ shipwrecks, plus hammerhead, silky, thresher and whale sharks. Southern trips highlight marine parks of Brothers Islands and Daedalus Reef. Oceanic whitetip sharks are seen at Elphinstone Reef, also one of our dive stops.

All Star Scuba Scene, a spacious liveaboard designed with divers in mind, is the newest vessels serving the Red Sea. The modern decor features warm earth tones and inviting light colored furnishings throughout. It accommodates up to 28 guests over five decks. For the convenience of divers, the shaded dive deck features gear storage and a camera table.

The Red Sea offers divers trips from northern reefs with shipwrecks to southern islands, home to schools of hammerheads sharks. Each dive site offers extraordinary underwater adventures. The types of experiences include:

North and Tiran
Highlights:  overhangs, wall dives, drop-offs with drift diving

The rich and colorful, soft and hard corals brim with sea creatures and feature textures ranging from Gorgonian fans to table corals. In addition to sharks, discover sleek manta rays, dolphins, rare nudibrachs and long-nosed hawkfish, among others.

Central and South
Highlights:  wall dives and offshore drop-offs with drift diving in challenging surface conditions, soft and hard corals range from Gorgonian fans to table corals, all with intense, vibrant colors. Moray eels, lionfish and batfish reside here along with numerous shark species.

Included:

  • 7-nights accommodations on board
  • All meals and snacks
  • Up to 4 dives per day including night dives; Advance Open Water (AOW) (or equivalent) required; certification available on board.
  • Tanks and weight belts
  • Water, soft drinks, tea and coffee
  • Round-trip airport ground transfers from/to airport/hotel and vessel
  • Fees

Not Included:

  • Tourist visa (paid on arrival at the airport) – $25 USD
  • Nitrox and refills
  • Rental equipment
  • Beer, wine and spirits
  • Diving courses subject to instructor availability
  • Airfare
  • Pre and post hotel stays and land-based tours or a river cruise
  • Crew and guide gratuity
  • Fees – 10% of trip cost (paid on board)
  • Dive insurance required (see Travel Protection below).





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All Star Red Sea - 7 Nights $1680.00
Gear Rental $177.00

Courses

Advanced Open Water $285.00
Nitrox Certification $182.00

Details

Gear Cleaning Dive Shop Will Clean Your Gear
Transportation Available
On-Site Parking Available
Water Temperature 70°F-80°F | 21°C-27°C

Dive Types

These scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
Coral reefs are beautiful and endangered ecosystems that are bursting with life and color. Reef dives are among the most popular types of scuba diving.
There is a high probability of seeing sharks — from nurse sharks to reef sharks — on this type of dive. It’s one of the most exciting scuba diving adventures that most of us will ever have!
This type of dive goes to shipwrecks or plane wrecks so that divers can explore the thriving ecosystems that have developed in these fascinating underwater museums.
This type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.

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