Red Sea Divers liveaboard sets sail

Tour operator joins the yacht club in fine style with new vessel

Author: Pat
29th May 2013
 

Dive tour operator Red Sea Divers has launched its very own vessel ‘M/Y Red Sea Adventurer’.

The company already offers a host of itineraries on a range of vessels, but Red Sea Adventurer is the first liveaboard that will be owned and run by Red Sea Divers.

a 32 metre wooden vessel

Adventurer is a 32 metre wooden vessel, operating out of Hurghada and Marsa Alam, Egypt. She was built in 2006 and fully refurbished recently.

With a total of 12 cabins divided on the three main decks, she can comfortably accommodate a capacity of 20 guests, 24 in special circumstances.  Each cabin is equipped with a flat screen TV and hard drive. Avid sun worshippers will appreciate the space to relax across two sundecks and sky bar area.

Company director Nathan Tyler commented: “We spent a long time looking for the right vessel and are very pleased with the result. M/Y Red Sea Adventurer is a fantastic vessel with a lot of potential – she will not disappoint!” 

As well as celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, the start of 2013 has exceeded all expectations for Red Sea Divers. The introduction of their own vessel should make this a year to remember.

For more information about diving from M/Y Red Sea Adventurer, visit the website www.redseadivers.com/liveaboards/my-rsd, email divingholidays@redseadivers.com or call +44 (0) 207 1931 231.

 
 
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