Red Sea Aggressor IV is a 143ft scuba diving yacht that is based in Port Ghalib, Egypt. The ship has 13 spacious staterooms and accommodates 26 guests. So, there are 3 Master Staterooms with large picture windows, queen beds, and ensuite bathrooms and shower. Deluxe rooms have 2 twin beds, ensuite bathrooms with shower, and picture window except rooms 1 & 2 on the lower deck have porthole windows. Moreover, Red Sea Aggressor IV staterooms have a 32” flat screen tv and over 400 tv shows, documentaries and movies to view. You can also set your computer up to edit aquatic pictures off the tv screen. Enjoy our blog article on 110.000 Reasons to Go Liveaboard
Red Sea Aggressor IV Diving
Plan on scuba diving 20- 23 times including night dives on this cruise. Red Sea Aggressor IV has 3 different itineraries to choose from. So, you can either book a cruise to Brothers, Daedalus, and Elphinstone, go to St. Johns and Daedalus, or cruise the Deep South. Moreover, expect to see soft and hard coral, multiple wrecks and plenty of sharks including hammerheads and thresher sharks. Mantas can be seen from mid-March to October and whale sharks in the summer. On trips farther south, you may encounter spinner dolphins and dugongs. St. John’s Caves are a photographer’s paradise.
Be sure to wear a 3-5mm neoprene suit in the summer and a 7mm suit in the winter. Oh, and they use three different tenders to take you to the dive sites
Attractions and Activities
Breakfast and lunch aboard Red Sea Aggressor IV are buffet style. Chef prepared international cuisine and Egyptian feasts are served for dinner at the lower deck restaurant area. Between dives you might like to relax on the open sun deck or relax in one of the 2 hot tubs. There is also an open-air lounge adjacent to the air conditioned lounge on the upper deck. For excursions you might like a 5-day cruise down the Nile or 2 nights in Cairo to shop, ride a camel, or visit a pyramidal shaped historical site.