Red Sea Liveaboard

Based in Hurghada, Egypt

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Redefine the way you dive

At Red Sea Explorers we offer an unbeatable liveaboard experience with diving opportunities all over the Red Sea.

Specialised in technical diving, we encourage and support research and exploration projects, as well as cater for recreational divers who seek to improve their skills and interface with technical diving operations happening onboard.

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Featured Trips

We hand select our featured trips based on the uniqueness of route, program and other key factors such as specialisations and notable dive projects. Stay tuned for some exciting excursions in 2018.

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North & Brothers

MV Nouran
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11 places left
29 Nov 06 Dec Book Now

Deep South

MV Tala
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22 places left
24 Jan 31 Jan Book Now

Classic Sudan

MV Tala
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22 places left
18 Mar 25 Mar Book Now

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Latest News

Mystery steamship wreck in the Red Sea identified as SC Almirante Barroso

Mystery steamship wreck in the Red Sea identified as SC Almirante Barroso

Published - - 29 July 2018

Mystery steamship wreck in the Red Sea identified as SC Almirante Barroso

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100-year-old coaling ship discovered by Red Sea Explorers.

100-year-old coaling ship discovered by Red Sea Explorers.

Published - - 31 March 2018

This wreck is also located in the Northern Red Sea’s strait of Gobal. The wreck sits at 68 meters and reaches 52 meters at its shallowest part. Her position is in the shipping lane east of Ashrafi Island, This is one of the windiest parts of the Red Sea with ripping currents. It is a challenging dive.

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A new shipwreck for advanced technical divers in the Red Sea

A new shipwreck for advanced technical divers in the Red Sea

Published - - 24 January 2018

A Red Sea Explorers’ dive team, composed of Faisal Khalaf and Michel Salsmans, has been the first to dive on a newly located wreck in the Northern Red Sea. As of yet the wreck is unidentified and we have named it Persistence: The Angle Pipe Wreck. This is the report.

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