MY Elite is custom designed and built to a superior standard. The Elite is a 38 metre boat accommodating a maximum of 24 guests in 11 twin berth cabins and 1 double master suite (supplement payable). All cabins are air-conditioned with en-suite facilities. Each cabin has a flat screen TV and media player for guests' enjoyment. Two water makers provide ample hot and cold water.
Concentrating on the excellent diving available both in the north and the south, this boat is offers a range of itineraries (see itineraries tab for details).
Elite is a spacious boat, with three attractive sundecks, a dive deck with platform and a Jacuzzi. There are two air-conditioned salons and an air-conditioned dining room. The boat offers FREE Wi-Fi (available where there is a signal).
FREE Nitrox is available up to 32%, plus partial pressure system and filling equipment for Tec purposes is available on board. There is also a recharge for torch, cameras and flash equipment.
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Length 38m, Beam 8m, 2 Caterpillar Engines 764HP, 3 Generators, 4 Compressors, Nitrox - UBS EANx Membrane, 2x Rib with outboard.
Navigation / Safety
Seasafe system installed, Radar, VHF marina Radio, DSC, Echo sounder, chart plotter and GPS, satellite phone, oxygen and first aid, life jackets and life rafts, fire system.
14 Pay 1 goes FREE
22 Pay 2 go FREE
FREE Nitrox course available. PADI materials and certification paid locally (€120). Subject to 10% sales tax.
Schedules & prices
Price per person includes: Flights (Gatwick), transfers & full board accommodation in a standard cabin and soft drinks. 6 or 7 nights (last night on board or in hotel on twin HB basis. No drinks included), 6 days diving, 3 - 4 dives a day (last day 2 dives), guide, tanks, weights & Marine Park fees. Regional flight departures available.
Prices are subject to change, depending on flight cost at the time of booking.
14 Pay 1 goes FREE
22 Pay 2 go FREE
North Itineraries: Reefs & Wrecks, Classic or Get Wrecked, Famous Five, Tech North (see itinerary for price inclusions)
South & Marine Park Itineraries: Just Brothers, Simply the Best, Simply Magnificent, South & St. John's
- Upper deck cabins (11 or 12) or Main deck cabin (10): From £40 per person
- Suite Cabin: from £80 per person
- Nitrox (12l and 15l): FREE
- 15 litre tank: FREE; need to pre-order to guarantee availability
- 10% sales tax
Please click here to view a PDF with onboard extras and equipment hire prices
POA = Price on Application
Regaldive offer a range of Red Sea Liveaboards, with itineraries giving you a wide variety of diving options, depending on your area of interest and your level of experience. If you are travelling as a large group, you can even decide to pre-book a week of wrecks or favourite reef dives, according to your group preferences.
Northern Red Sea Liveaboards
Regaldive offer itineraries departing from both Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada. The reef at Abu Nuhas is accessible from Hurghada with several wrecks resting at its base. You can also visit the Straits of Gubal and the famous Thistlegorm World War II wreck. Boats from Sharm will take in the Ras Mohammed National Park where steep coastal cliffs are mirrored underwater with impressive vertical walls, which drop off 70m or more.
The Straits of Tiran has a range of reefs rising out of deep waters where the strong currents and dense plankton attract an impressive range of reef and deep-sea species providing some exceptional drift dives. The Thistlegorm also features on this trip.
Southern Red Sea Liveaboards
There are many world class dive sites in the southern Red Sea, and Regaldive offer several itineraries. Fury Shoal is an area where many reefs lie close to each other, some are exposed and some sheltered, many with dramatic sheer walls plunging to over 40m. There are canyons, multiple caves and passages where groupers and morays lurk. The variety of coral is stunning with beautiful brain and fire corals. Schools of fusiliers and anchovies hover above the reefs until suddenly attacked by fast moving tuna whilst Napoleon wrasse cruise majestically by.
The Brothers are two small isolated reefs 33 miles north east of El Quseir. Big Brother Island has a lighthouse and a fringing reef with a sheer plunge to exceptional depths. The diving is challenging with deep wrecks and strong currents. Tuna, barracuda, scalloped hammerhead, oceanic white tips, silkies and reef shark can all be spotted here.
Little Brother is reputed to be one of the most scenic dives in the Red Sea. The drop off is over 40m but the walls are covered in sponges, anemones, soft corals and black coral. Some of the huge gorgonian fan corals are more than 3m high. There are caves, holes and overhangs in the shallow part of the reef. Currents can be very strong and because there is little shelter and strong winds, access is very much weather dependent.
Elphinstone is a site best dived early in the day and there is little protection against wind and waves, making a liveaboard visit ideal. There are plateaux at either end, from 25-40m, but the steep walls drop off to more than 100m. It is an ideal site to experience the larger pelagic marine life including manta, hammerheads and oceanic whitetips. The soft corals and gorgonians are luxuriant and colourful.
From London Gatwick and Manchester direct to Hurghada or Sharm. A range of other UK airports may also be available. There are flights from London Gatwick direct to Marsa Alam every Wednesday.
Flight duration: 5 - 5½ hours
Transfer: Varies and depends on the itinerary, arrival airport and departure port. Minimum transfer time approximately 10 minutes.
Departure tax: N/A
Passengers travelling to Egypt must have six months valid on their passport from the date of departure from Egypt.
A single entry tourist visa for Egypt is required for all nationalities. For British passport holders with British citizenship, Egyptian visas can be obtained conveniently and inexpensively on arrival at Hurghada airport.
Other nationalities should check with consular office.
There are no compulsory vaccinations for travel to Egypt, but we recommend protection against typhoid, tetanus, hepatitis A and polio. Though malaria does exist in Egypt, it is generally not present in the coastal resorts.
Vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure. For the most up to date advice please consult your travel clinic.
Further information regarding vaccinations for travel to this country can be found at www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk and from your local healthcare provider.
Please click on the links below for more information on individual itineraries. Itineraries can vary and are strictly weather dependant.
Classic Cruise departing from Hurghada
Famous Five departing from Hurghada
Reefs & Wrecks departing from Hurghada
Get Wrecked departing from Hurghada
Safaga and Elphinstone departing from Hurghada, sailing to Marsa Ghalib
Simply the Best departing from Hurghada or Marsa Ghalib
Just Brothers departing from Hurghada or Marsa Ghalib
Safaga, Brothers & Elphinstone departing from Hurghada or Marsa Ghalib
South and St. Johns departing from Marsa Ghalib
Brothers and Elphinstone departing from Marsa Ghalib
Daedalus and Elphinstone departing from Marsa Ghalib
Fury and Elphinstone departing from Marsa Ghalib
Fury and Friends departing from Hamata
Fury and St. Johns departing from Hamata
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