Special SINGLES ONLY liveaboard trips

'Singles-only' Red Sea Diving Safaris from 13 - 20 July 2006

If any of the following questions sound familiar, then book a special singles liveaboard safari and relax amongst like-minded divers!
Am I the only 'singles' diver?
Can I book as an individual?
Who would I share a cabin with?

You can choose from four safaris, all on the same date: 13 - 20 July 2006.

Safaris start and end in Marsa Ghalib. Flights to Hurghada or Marsa Alam Airport are not included.

South & St Johns Cruise (minimum 30 logged dives required)
* MY EMPEROR MAJESTY with German speaking guests & guides (FREE NITROX)
* MY EMPEROR ELITE with English speaking guests & guides (FREE NITROX)

Simply the Best Cruise with Elphinstone/Brothers & Deadalus Reef (min 50 logged dives requested by law)
* MY EMPEROR FRASER with German speaking guests & guides (FREE NITROX)
* MY EMPEROR REGENCY with English speaking guests & guides (FREE NITROX)

Special offer 912 Euros per person in shared cabin, same sex

Price includes:
* Meet, assist and transfers
* 6 nights on board
* Last night in Coral Beach Hotel in twin bed room with half board, same sex
* 6 days of diving according to booked safari
* 2 guides, tanks, weights
* Full board, soft drinks, snacks
* Tax
* FREE Nitrox

Not included:
* Flight/visa, diving equipment, alcohol, Marine Park fees for Simply the Best itinerary - 80 Euros per person [to pay on board].

Final PARTY and last Night will be spent in the 4* Coral Beach Diving Hotel in Marsa Ghalib,just 5 minutes from the Port and from Marsa Alam Airport.

For additional information please contact:
English speaking : safaris@emperordivers.com
German speaking : info@worldwidediving.de



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