Legends and first steps in Red Sea

Legends and first steps in Red Sea

0319 travel news oonasdivers

Oonasdivers has introduced a British-owned Red Sea safari boat called Legends to its roster with groups in mind, and is offering whole-boat group-charter prices for everyone from mixed abilities to CCR technical teams from £995pp.

The vessel can take 18 passengers in nine cabins. Benefits include no depth or time limitations on dives, a diver’s lift and fresh-bean-to-cup coffee, promises the operator.

Oonasdivers is also offering holidays with Red Sea Diving Safari (RSDS) in southern Egypt, promoting an Open Water Referral Package designed to allow new divers to complete their qualification on a holiday that will include unlimited opportunities for house-reef shore-diving after they qualify.

9 March 2019

Prices from £995 include direct flights from Birmingham to Marsa Alam (Gatwick departures also available), transfers, seven nights’ twin share beach safari tent at Marsa Nakari, full board, referral, certification fee, three days’ unlimited house-reef diving after the course and full equipment hire including computer.

RSDS offers a variety of diving options at the three bays Marsa Shagra, Marsa Nakari and Wadi Lahami, and ready boat access to famed locations such as Elphinstone, Dolphin House and Fury Shoals. Group trips for existing divers start from £890pp.



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