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MY Seawolf-Dominator is a 36 m long and 8.5 m wide boat and was built in 2007 specifically for diving safaris.
The boat has 9 double cabins and 3 suites, each with private bathroom, mini bar, and individually controlled air conditioning and can accommodate 24 divers. ( For Sudan 22 divers )The air-conditioned living area, the air-conditioned dining area and the sun deck with loungers provide enough space to relax and entertain with DVD and music.
Seawolf Dominator is equipped with two 750 hp Darcon engines.
Two compressors of Bauer fill the tanks.
The 2 power generator with 80 kW producing 220 and 12 V power supply to charge batteries for lamps or underwater cameras. Adapters are not needed.
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9 double cabins each with private bathroom, mini bar, and individually controlled air conditioning.
3 suites each with private bathroom, mini bar, and individually controlled air conditioning.
1 Upper Deck Twin with air conditioning and a private bathroom.
Route Description - Marine Park South
Marine Park South (Hurghada or Marsa Alam)
After arrival in Hurghada or Marsa Alam, transfer to the boat to Port Ghalib, dinner and departure the next morning.
The Marine Park South Tour starts from Port Ghalib – after 2 dives it goes directly to the south to Daedalus Reef. Even seen from far is the striking lighthouse of Daedalus. The reef extends over a length of more than 1.2 km. Drop off diving in the regular existing current and shark encounters mark the dives around Daedalus.
Now it goes on to the reefs of Zabargad and Rocky Island, the most southern islands in the Egyptian Red Sea. Countless soft and hard corals await the divers here in the Deep South.
On the way back we can visit the places of Sataya, Malahi, Abu Diab, Shaab Maksur, Shaab Claudia, Abu Galawa and Gota Sharm, so be assured of variety! Also here with great regularity can be shark encounters – only about half a dozen liveaboards run on these far southern reefs.
Before we return to the harbour in Port Ghaleb, the Elphinstone Reef is another treat! The northern tip offers the best conditions to meet some hammerheads at an early morning dive.
Route Description - North & Strait of Tiran
North & Strait of Tiran
This tour takes you to the famous wrecks and reefs in the northern part of the Red Sea, and on top of that the interesting reefs in the Strait of Tiran.
The “Die hards” of old sunken ships wrecks “ will be stunned on this liveaboard. Guaranteed a great value for your money.
First it goes to Shaab El Erg (Dolphin House), the wrecks of Abu Nuhas (Carnatic, Chrisoula K., Ghiannis D.) are also on the program. The next wreck on the “menu” speaks for itself: The Thistlegorm, one of the most famous wrecks in the Red Sea, with its motorcycles, trucks and off-lying locomotive.
You will reach then the Strait of Tiran with the beautiful dive sites at Jackson, Thomas and Gordon Reef. If permitted by the weather and current conditions, you will visit the Rosalie Moller, a wreck that sank in the same night as the Thistlegorm and lies in the middle of the Strait of Gubal. Also at the island of Gubal fascinating dives are planned.
After arrival in Hurghada, transfer to the boat in Hurghada, dinner and departure the next morning.