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Red Sea Aggressor II

About Red Sea Aggressor II

Red Sea Aggressor II is a 46m long liveaboard yacht. The ship holds 22 scuba diving guests. It has a crew of 12 including two dive guides. There are 11 staterooms including 2 master and 8 deluxe state rooms. Plus, there is one Suite. Each room has ensuite bathrooms, air conditioning, a 32in flat screen with access to some 400 movies. You will board the ship at Port Hurghada on Saturday at 3-6pm and deboard the ship the next Saturday at 8am. Enjoy our blog article on 110.000 Reasons to Go Liveaboard.

Red Sea Aggressor II Diving

They travel up to the Strait of Gubal and over to the Strait of Tiran on this northern scuba diving excursion. You may see coral gardens with up to 1000 species of fish on this trip, and 20% of these fish are found nowhere else in the world. There are also over thirty wrecks that you could visit. The most famous wreck is the Thistlegorm which sank in 1941 during WWII. If you are into vintage coral encrusted BSA motorcycles, Bedford trucks, and armored vehicles, then this is the dive for you. Some other impressive wrecks you may see while aboard the Red Sea Aggressor II include: the 1869 Carnactic, the 1881 Shag Rock wreck, and the 1876 Victorian steamer Dunraven. They use 2 inflatable tenders available to take you out to the dive sites. You'll need a 3-5ml wet suit for summer dives, and a 7ml wetsuit for winter dives.

Attractions and Activities

While onboard the Red Sea Aggressor II, you can relax on the flying bridge sun deck, or in the Jacuzzi. There are also two salon areas. In the dining room, the food is a culinary delight. More importantly, they serve both International as well as Egyptian cuisine. Soft drinks, wine and beer are complimentary with dinner. A limited supply of rental gear is available. So, when planning your Red Sea Aggressor II adventure, please make rental gear arrangements ahead of time. So, there is a fee for Nitrox use. Moreover, you can also schedule a 2-night excursion in Cairo or a 5-night cruise on the Aggressor Nile Queen (River Boat). Most importantly, you can book back to back trips so that after your trip to the northern Red Sea, you can fly or travel the 4 hours or so down the coast to Port Ghalib to join a southern Red Sea Aggressor excursion.

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