Emperor Superior Liveaboard
The Emperor Superior is well named since it is indeed superior to a vast number of liveaboards that operate around the northern Red Sea. Cutting an impressive figure, this sleek white deluxe liveaboard boat has some of the features that the top-end Emperors enjoy such as outstanding accommodation, food and facilities, all marking the MV Emperor Superior out as one of the finest luxury liveaboards around.Your diving holiday aboard Emperor Superior Egypt includes a shared cabin, 7 nights onboard, buffet-style meals, soft drinks, 6 days of diving, local transfers, guide, tanks, weights, environmental tax, Marine Park fees, port departure fees and Nitrox fills.
Below deck, there are eight twin berth and two bunk style cabins, while on the upper deck you’ll find is a double cabin and the twin cabins. All of the cabins are equipped with air-conditioning and private ensuite bathrooms. After dives, enjoy a relaxing meal prepared with care to ensure you remain full of energy for the next dive. Choose from a selection of chef-prepared meals served buffet style. Soft drinks, tea, coffee and water are provided, and red wine is served with dinner. Beer and other wines are available to purchase.
The Wrecks and Reefs itinerary gets to some of the most iconic dive sites Egypt has to offer, as well a few of lesser known beauties. After the check dive, this tour starts in style. Tiran and Ras Mohammed are rightly two of the best known areas for diving in the Northern Red Sea. The coral gardens play host to hundreds and thousands of candy coloured fish. The deep walls of Tiran mirror the startling drop offs of Ras Mohammed. Blue spotted sting rays, eagle rays and manta abound and the summer months see large pelagic sharks gather on the drop off. Hammerheads, Black Tips, leopard and even tiger sharks all visit the region. Cruising past Shark and Yolanda, Wrecks and Reefs takes in the Alternatives, Small Crack and Bluff Point before moving onto the wrecks. The Northern Red Sea is a wreck diver’s delight. The almighty Thistlegorm is the setting for unforgettable diving, day or night. The Kingston, Dunraven, Giannis D and Carnatic only add to the excitement. These 19th and 20th century wrecks have, over the course of time, formed artificial reefs but each is still packed with unique artefacts that tell their story.
Flight is to Hurghada airport with transfer time to resort of about 10 mins. Transport to Birmingham airport will be available from Cheltenham and Gloucester if there is sufficient demand.