RED SEA
9-16 november 2024

South Thrills

We will travel to the southern part of the Red Sea, where we will find a region with a peculiar charm.
Giant coral reefs emerge majestically from the depths, as if to impress all the living creatures that come here looking for their daily ration of food and some shelter.

welcome on board

We will travel to the southern part of the Red Sea, where we will find a region with a peculiar charm.

Giant coral reefs emerge majestically from the depths. It is as if they want to impress all the living creatures that come here looking for their daily ration of food and some shelter.

Let's be honest: Elphinstone and Daedalus are a must for any diver. The uniqueness of this route lies in the possibility of spotting different species of sharks and pelagics. But it doesn't end here; let's dance with dolphins among coral gardens at Fury Shoal.

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the route

FURY SHOALS

In this area, Sha’ab Claudio hypnotises divers and photographers with the beams of light dancing through the caverns. Stingrays, nudibranchs, large humphead wrasse and moray eels are frequently seen. With a bit of luck, you might see some whitetip reef sharks passing by and dive with turtles.
Sha’ab Sataya, south of Fury Shoals, is a huge natural lagoon formed by a massive reef rising from the deep. It’s famous for its steep drop-offs, pelagic sightings and sheltered pinnacles clad in soft and hard corals. But the real stars may be the huge pods of spinner dolphins that frequent the site. Sataya has become the “Home of the Dolphins”.

ELPHINSTONE REEF

A legend of the Red Sea, with one of its most incredible reefs. Anything can happen here; from coming face to face with a Longimanus, to watching a gang of hammerhead sharks parade by. Amongst the many other pelagic players, barracuda, tuna and even dolphins join in the revelry.

DAEDALUS REEF

Can you imagine a lighthouse in the middle of the ocean? This is the furthest offshore reef in the Red Sea. The open ocean location can trigger plankton blooms, attracting hammerheads, silky sharks and other pelagic wonders – leave it all to the blue. Diving here demands respect for the dynamic conditions. The strong currents will allow you to make i

the boat

M/Y Tillis

COMMON AREAS

– Living room: here we will do the briefiengs and some other little things.
– Large dining room.
– An outside area, where you will find THE BAR.
– Another outdoor area, to lie down between dives. For all tastes, with shaded areas and sunny areas.

THE CABINS

12 cabins distributed as follows:
– 5 double cabins in the lower part,
– 7 in the upper part (4 doubles and 3 with a large bed).

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