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SPECIAL EXPEDITION WITH FELIPE RAVINA

We are proud to have the company of Felipe Ravina, renowned biologist, activist and marine conservationist, who will give exciting talks on board for another year. We will discover how underwater video becomes a powerful tool for the conservation and protection of our oceans. Your experience in the field and your dedication to the cause will add a unique dimension to our expedition.

In addition, throughout the week, we will carry out active cleanings on both the seabed and the beaches, allowing us to actively contribute to the preservation of the marine environment while enjoying unforgettable dives and unique moments on board.

The Northern Red Sea Route has gained popularity as the preferred choice for those seeking exciting liveaboard cruises and exploring world-renowned dives. Known for its diversity and versatility, this route is perfectly suited to divers of all levels, from those with experience in open water to those taking their first steps in the fascinating world of diving.

The itinerary of this route is impressive, allowing us to enjoy quiet nights on the high seas and contemplate dazzling landscapes, such as the majestic Sinai Peninsula or the numerous islands with their lagoons and coral reefs.

Among the most notable dive spots are the spectacular reefs of the Strait of Tiran, where coral gardens immerse divers in an underwater world of fascinating colors and shapes.

In Ras Mohammed National Park, ocean currents transport nutrients and plankton, creating an environment conducive to the growth of hard and soft corals of exceptional beauty. The abundant marine life includes schools of unicorn surgeonfish, turtles and schools that dance around the reefs.

A highlight of the Northern Route is the opportunity to explore historic shipwrecks, such as the famous S.S. Thistlegorm, sunk during World War II and discovered by Jacques Cousteau in the 1950s. This underwater museum offers multiple diving opportunities, including night dives to discover the treasures it carried in its holds.

The Strait of Tiran Islands, located between the Sinai Peninsula and Saudi Arabia, offer some of the most famous diving in the Red Sea, with reefs such as Jackson, Thomas and Gordon Reef presenting different underwater environments and landscapes.

In short, the Northern Red Sea Route stands as a jewel for divers around the world, and the presence of Felipe Ravina adds a special touch to this experience. Its combination of natural beauty, historic shipwrecks and vibrant marine life makes it an unparalleled diving destination. Regardless of your level of experience, this route offers a variety of underwater experiences that will leave you amazed and with unforgettable memories.

Included in the price:

  • Transfers between the airport - boat - airport.
  • 7 nights aboard the Bella in a shared double cabin.
  • Full board on board including water, soft drinks, tea and coffee.
  • Approximately 18/20 dives (3 day and one night).
  • Marc and/or Vito as multilingual speaking diving guides.
  • Wi-fi on board (depending on area coverage).

Not included in the price:

  • Plane Tickets.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Entry visa to Egypt and assistance at the airport: €28.
  • Marine Park and hyperbaric chamber fees: €70
  • Fuel supplement: €65 (to be reconfirmed with the final payment).
  • Nitrox: €50 (payment at destination in cash).
  • Service TAX: 70€ (payment at destination in cash).
  • Diving Insurance.
  • Any service not indicated in “the price includes”.

Itinerary:

Saturday
Arrival in Sharm el Sheikh, assistance at the airport by our representative, delivery of the visa, transfer and boarding aboard our Bella fleet. After boarding, briefing with basic safety rules and distribution of cabins. Night on board in the port to begin navigation on Sunday morning.
From Sunday to Friday
Days dedicated to diving in the most important points of the Red Sea. Between 3 and 4 dives are carried out daily, except for the first and last day with an approximate total of between 18 and 20 dives.

Some of the diving spots to highlight are:
  • Anemone City
  • Shark & Yolanda Reef
  • Jackfish Alley
  • Ras Za’atar
  • Dunraven
  • Thistlegorm
  • Kingston
  • Jackson Reef
  • Thomas Reef
  • WoodHouse Reef
  • Gordon Reef
  • Ras Umm Sid
  • Among others…
Friday-Saturday
Arrival at the port in the middle of the afternoon with free time to get to know the city and shop. At the agreed time and depending on the flights, pick-up at the boat and transfer to the airport. End of trip and our services.
The described route may undergo changes due to weather effects, sea state and decisions of the captain or port authorities.
Our priority will always be safety on board.
These 
prices have been calculated based on the exchange rates, transportation rates, fuel costs and fees and taxes applicable on this date.
The variation in the price of the aforementioned elements may give rise to the revision of the final price of the trip.
Due to local regulations, 
your diving qualification will set both the maximum depth limit and the type of dives you can do.
To be able to do all the dives you will need an advanced diver qualification or similar. Check out our onboard courses.

The Northern Route in detail in video:


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Featured dive points:

Shark & Yolanda Reef
Thistlegorm
Jackson Reef
Considered by many world-class divers and photographers as one of the best dives in the world, we start from Anemone City where dozens of large anemones with their families of clownfish make the name of this dive make sense. The passage between the reefs crossing the blue with an infinite background creates an impressive contrast when reaching the wall of multicolored corals of Shark Reef, where schools of different fish will mark the way to Yolanda Reef, where the remains of their cargo They mix with endless colorful fish and corals. An incredible dive.
Without a doubt the wreck par excellence and for many the most anticipated moment of the week, especially our famous night. A “Must”, this mythical wreck sunk in 1941 during the Second World War and which could be considered almost like a museum, has an unusual amount of life (schools of JackFish, tuna, bat fish, nudibranchs, crocodile fish )… all covered by a mantle of colored corals. It is a wreck with very easy access to its interior where we will find rifles, motorcycles, trucks... that make us feel part of its history.
It is one of the most famous dives in the Tiran Strait. The abundance of all types of corals, vertical walls, gorgonians and fish of all sizes and colors make it a simply spectacular dive. It is common to enjoy an encounter with turtles in their coral gardens, whitetip sharks or with luck see one of the hammerhead sharks that reside on the north face of the reef.
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