As part of our 30th anniversary celebrations, we have fully chartered the MV Oceanos for a unique liveaboard sailing around the pristine waters of the of the Sudanese Red Sea. We will visit some of the famous dive sites and visit Jaques Cousteau underwater village experiment Conshelf 2, the Umbria wreck and some fantastic drop offs with marauding hammerhead sharks. This trip will certainly tick all the boxes for a memorable and exhilarating dive trip
Designed for comfort and safety, the 39m M/Y Oceanos liveaboard offers exciting dive safaris in the Red Sea. MY Oceanos caters for 26 divers in 13 double/twin cabins. Each cabin includes individually-controlled A/C, small fridge, ample storage space and private en-suite bathroom. Towels and bathrobes are also provided for added convenience. Social areas include a spacious indoor salon with entertainment area, outdoor shaded lounge area with beanbags and sun deck with lounge mats, bean bags and shaded area. There is a spacious indoor dining room where a carefully-developed menu of both European fine cuisine and local specialties will be served. Special dietary need can be catered to with advance notice.
Dive facilities on board the M/Y Oceanos liveaboard include a spacious equipment deck, over 50 sqm in size, which includes individual storage lockers, gear kit areas and 2 showers and toilets. There is also a camera- charging station in the dry area inside. Free nitrox is available for those who are certified and rebreather divers can also be catered for. The professional and experienced crew of the M/Y Oceanos are on hand to help you create an incredible Sudan dive safari. The warm, crystal clear waters of Sudan support over 400 varieties of coral and over 1500 species of fish, turtle and shark. Schooling fish are encountered in copious numbers. barracuda, spotted stingrays, moray eels and huge parrotfish are all regularly seen. Sudan’s coastal waters are also recognised as one of the best places in the world for shark enthusiasts to encounter schools of scalloped hammerheads, alongside many other species of shark.
Flight is with Emirates to Dubai, followed by a short flight to Port Sudan with Fly Dubai. The transfer time to MV Oceanos from Port Sudan is about 1 hour 30 minutes. Transport to London Gatwick will be available from Cheltenham and Gloucester, if there is sufficient demand.