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simonN
posted : August 6, 2005 Post subject: Deep South Red Sea
We have three spaces available on a liveaboard trip to the Deep South of the Egyptian Red Sea this October. We depart from Gatwick the 13th of October and return a week later.

The boat is the Sir Coustea, a 16 berth fully air-conditioned and ensuite liveaboard. There is a very friendly and laid back group going with experience levels ranging from Sports Divers with 50 dives to Advanced Divers with 700+ dives. Being a small and cosy group we will also be maximising our chances of those special pelagic encounters.

The itinerary is to the Deep South Marine Parks - the most pristine and untouched part of the Egyptian Red Sea. Pelagic encounters are common and there are still very few boats operating in this area. We fly direct to the new airport at Marsa Alamn so there won't be an interminably long transfer after the flight!

The cost for the trip is 859 which includes flights, full board, diving, transfer etc. The marine parks fees of $80 are payable locally making a total of approx 914. The only extras are visas, nitrox, alcohol and tips for the crew. The trip is usually advertised as 1050 or so so it is excellent value for money.

Contact me on 07876051811 or at simon_neuhoff@hotmail.com for more info.


 
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