Arrival / Departure Date - 12.10.2016 - 19.10.2016
Finding and diving the wrecks that nobody goes to!
One of the reasons we decided to acquire our very own Technical Safari boat (MV Legends), in addition to diving whenever we want, was to search for the wrecks that no other diving centre or liveaboard travel to. There are over 80 wrecks in the Gulf of Suez that remain untouched and we want to start finding and diving them.
This trip in October 2016 is an expedition to find some of these lesser known wrecks. We will be travelling with full expedition kit and hopefully at the end of the week we will have at least 1 or 2 new wrecks to add to our “Great Northern Red Sea Wrecks” Itinerary.
- Full Rebreather Support
- Deep Trimix Available On Board
- Full Expedition Equipment Available (Helium, Lime, Booster Pumps, Compressors, Stage Cylinders, Rebreather Cylinders)
- Small Numbers for Maximum Comfort
This will not be like any other Liveaboard Holiday you have been on. This is an expedition, not a safari, and if you have the same love for the rust that we do, it will be an exciting week of discovery!
ONLY €1000.00 per person
(Price includes Airport Transfer, o2 Fills, Rebreather Cylinders and Stage Cylinders but does not include Sofnolime, Helium, Entry Visa, Marine Park Fees, Flights, Alcohol)
Payment terms are 50% at time of booking followed by the balance before the end of September 2016.
Price includes: Full board accommodation on MV Legends, Premium Coffee, Tea, Soft Drinks, Snacks, Airport Transfers, Stage Cylinders, 12L Recreational Cylinders,
Price does not include: flights, Egyptian entry visa, Sofnolime, Helium, 15L Cylinders, Twinsets, Marine Park Fees, $40 USD Guest Tourist Tax (payable on arrival). See "Extras" price list for more information.
Sofnolime is available on board at €10.00 per kilo and Helium is available at €0.09 per litre (prices subject to change due to varying import costs).
All itineraries are subject to weather conditions. In adverse weather we may find alternative dive sites in the interest of guest safety.
There are currently 14 places remaining.