NEW! 'Dive to the Max' liveaboard routes

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Hamata Fury Shoals Coral Reef Luke for Facebook.jpgNow you can MAX your diving thanks to our new liveaboard itineraries.
 

Fury & Friends and Fury & St Johns now offer up to 30 dives per seven-day trip in the summer months and up to 24 dives in the winter, giving you more opportunity to explore these iconic reefs.  

"We have achieved this through the combination of operating from Hamata to the nearby and plentiful dives sites in the Fury Shoals and St Johns areas. The diving just gets better here as both areas boast some of the best dives the Red Sea has to offer," explained Mike Braun, General Manager, Emperor Divers.

The recently refitted Emperor Asmaa is used for these itineraries. A firm favourite with guests, Asmaa ext.jpgshe is a comfortable boat to dive from offering excellent value for money. These trips are all about diving so, although we offer more luxurious boats, it was important to provide a high level of service with lots of diving but at an affordable price.

Hamata port is only 2½ hours south of Marsa Alam airport and it’s this transfer that allows the itinerary to have two start days, Wednesday and Thursday, without guests losing any dive time. Dive sites are nearby, plentiful and offer an enjoyable variety allowing you to spend more time underwater and less time travelling.

Prices start from just £520 including transfers to and from Marsa Alam airport. Transfers are available from Hurghada at a supplement.

Visit here to see more about the itineraries or Book Online today.

 


 

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