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Northern Red Sea, Ras Mohamed and Straits of Tiran

The Red Sea is one of the most popular world class dive destinations. The diving is split betwen the North and the South. The new RED SEA AGGRESSOR II™ will offer guests a 7-night itinerary diving the best of the north to Ras Mohamed and the Straits of Tiran. Just off shore lives thousands of species of fish in beautiful crystal clear water
with coral gardens, historical shipwrecks, breath-taking soft corals, and pinnacles. There are over one thousand species of fish in the Red Sea, 20 percent of which can be found nowhere else in the world. Where the Egyptian desert sands end, a marine paradise begins.

With two different yachts in the Red Sea, guests are able to easily do back to back charters in order to experience the incredible diversity the Red Sea has to offer from the north to the south.

7-Night Sample Itinerary

All charters are Saturday to Saturday
Saturday: Boarding 3 - 6 pm
Sunday: Port Authority clearance and departure 6 am. Eat, sleep and dive all day. First dive site is one hour away.
Monday - Thursday: Eat, Sleep & Dive
Friday: Two dives then return to Hurghada between 2 - 4 pm, Cocktail part 6 pm and dinner ashore at 7 pm. (Friday dinner is the only meal not included in the cruise)
Saturday: Check out 8 am

Northern Red Sea, Ras Mohamed & Straits of Tiran
The Northern Red Sea and Straits of Tiran provide some of the most historic wrecks like the Thistlegorm, Rosalie Moller, and Abu Nuhas.
Ras Mohamed National Park has beautiful pristine coral reefs with abundant marine life.
The Straits of Tiran are the narrow sea passages between the Sinai and Arabian peninsulas which separate the Gulf of Aqaba from the Red Sea. These reefs, named after British cartographers are world famous for their extrordinary diversity of corals and strong south westerly currents that make them home to many large pelagic fish.
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