The luxury Red Sea liveaboard that sets the standard.
Scuba Scene’s new boat is due to be launched in the new year and is a luxury steel-hulled liveaboard located in the Red Sea. She is 49 m long, fitted to rigorous safety standards and makes the a great home from home to enjoy some of the worlds best dive sites.
She is spacious, comfortable, and beautifully laid out, with a maximum capacity for 28 diving guests. Two large speedboats fitted with tank racks and dive ladders make life easier for divers – no more being hauled into a rib and face planting on the dive gear.
This boat comes highly recommended for wreck fans, shark and pelagic lovers, Tech divers and fans of coral and wrecks – a luxury yacht, friendly crew, knowledgeable guides, and delicious buffet food.
What Makes this Red Sea Liveaboard so Unique?
On the dive deck level, find our spacious dining area with a drinks bar. The upper decks offer a comfortable salon/lounge area with a big TV, as well as our 3 sundecks. Two of the sundecks are fitted with a bar and icemakers each, and are providing both shaded and sunny spaces galore to chill and relax between the dives.
2 of the top cruise directors and guides in the Red Sea who specialise in sharks, wrecks and tec diving
Shark weeks are run by the manager/marine biologist ‘Elke Bojanowski’ of the charity ‘Red Sea Sharks’
Ahmed Fadel the other manager has been a guide in the Red Sea for over 20 years and has even written dive guides to the Southern Red Sea
Many of you will know Ahmed and Elke from their many years working for Blueotwo.
The boat comes with two large Zodiacs both fitted with large outboard engines and have ladders. This makes it quicker and more comfortable to reach the dive sites and easier to get back in the boat, especially for elderly / less able-bodied divers
There are lots of little details to attention that make the trip better for divers – use of a washing machine and tumble drier, cubbyholes with charging points, full rental equipment for recreational and technical divers
Special trips including tech weeks with Ahmed Gabr and Photography Weeks with Duxy
All of the popular Red Sea itineraries including Brothers, Daedulus and Brothers, North & Safaga, North & Tiran etc
The boat embarks/disembarks from either Sindbad Marina in Hurghada or Port Ghalib, this means easy access to bars and restaurants on the last night.
Great group prices are available!
The Authentic Shark Week
As well as itineraries such as Northern Red Sea, Southern Red Sea, Photography Weeks, Tec Weeks and so on, Scuba Scene is famed for its Shark Weeks with the Red Sea Shark Trust’s Dr Elke Bojanowski.
Beautifully laid-out across her four decks, she has 6 twin/double cabins downstairs, 4 twin/double cabins on the main deck, 2 cabins on the top deck and 2 honeymoon suites – each with a private bathroom, small fridge, and adjustable A/C unit. On the main deck are a spacious dive deck and platform, with plenty of room for all diving equipment, and a camera table and charging points. From the dive deck, enter our well-designed dining area/salon, where all our meals are served throughout your trip.
Further, towards the bow, find our four suites – again fitted with private bathrooms, small fridges, and adjustable A/C units, as well as the kitchen.
The upper deck holds one of our three sundecks, our spacious and comfortable salon, another twin as well as the dive guide cabin, plus the captain’s cabin and second sundeck.
The sundecks provide a choice of shaded and open areas to relax in and on our third sundeck, there are soft drinks and alcohol in the fridges to keep you nice and cool!
The team managing the boat consists of two people with years of experience in the Red Sea diving industry, especially liveaboards, Ahmed Fadel and Dr. Elke Bojanowski.
Ahmed is a tech instructor, that has worked in different areas of diving over the last 20 years, mostly on liveaboards. He is the current operations manager of TDI/SDI Middleast and one of the most well known and respected Tec divers in the Red Sea.
Elke ‘aka The Shark Lady’ is famous amongst the dive community and is a divemaster, guide and biologist specialising on the study of Red Sea shark populations, and the founder of the Red Sea Sharks Trust, a registered charity for shark awareness and conservation. She has worked on Egyptian liveaboards for over 16 years and is probably the Red Sea’s number shark expert! During our Shark Weeks she will do several interesting talks that are fascinating and educational.
Their combined experience and different specialities make them ideal organizers and hosts of your Red Sea diving liveaboards.