Red Sea Liveaboard holidays on MY Charlotte
All diving holidays are on MY Charlotte and include:-
- 7 Nights Full Board
- All soft drinks and Tea & Coffee
- Twin cabin en-suite
- Air Con
- 6 Days diving
To secure your place on these holidays you can pay a deposit via PayPal or through our bank via transfer. Please ring for availability before booking.
Tiran Wreck Special only £850
Oct 4th - 11th
For those who can't make the 10 day wreck hunt a 7 day heavy metal tour spotlighting the starits of Tiran “Spotlight Tiran” wreck with Peter Collings. On board MY Charlotte with owner Paul Cooper.
Million Hope. One of the largest shipwrecks in the world and in only 24 mtrs
Ayaiya Vivia. A rarely dived cargo vesssel in 27 mtrs.
RSS Cormorant, currently the Red Sea’s newest wreck with Bow down at 50mtrs.
Zingara (Kormoron) an old favourite revisited great 3rd dive in only 12 mtrs.
Lara, well her stern section and bridge starts at 27 mtrs covered in soft corals i in the domain of hammerheads and of course the Rosalie Moller
truck dump (Thistelgorms cargo), Marcus, Ulysses.
7 nights, food accom, soft drinks, historical briefings, diving,
single 12ltr cylinder, air, twin share, airport transfers.
Port/fuel/marine park fees paid locally on arrival.
You know what to do!!!!!!!!
North Tour & Brothers only £950
November 1st - 8th
We may start from Hurghada and head south diving the Saleem Express before moving on towards the Brothers. The strong currents on the Brothers bring in big pelagics and encourage the growth of soft coral. Here we will also find the wrecks of the Aumidia & Aidia. From there we can head north to Shab Abu Nuhas to dive the Ginnnis D, Carnatic & Chrisoula K. Next to Bluff Point to dive the Ulysses, the Barge and in good weather conditions the Rosalie Moller. From here we make the passage over the central channel to the world famous Thistlegorm. Its quite easy to complete 2 or 3 dives on the facinating wreck and not see it all. While over on the east side we can take in the Dunraven & the Kingstone wrecks before heading back to Hurghada. Exact route subject to weather conditions.
Hurghada South Tour only £850
November 8th - 15th
Beautiful diving along little dived reefs as we cruise down southwards down to ELPHINSTONE. South of Safaga is the wreck of the SALEEM X - a guided tour inside and out. Panorama reef is a must and then explore those fantastic reefs around EL QUESIR & ABU DABAB, ones that other liveaboards don’t visit - their loss. Maybe DUGONGS at Shuna!
Then Elphinstone- Oceanic White tips, Silkies and if you are very lucky Threshers! All safety rules adhered to - we have seen idiots have unnecessary 'encounters'
Brothers, Daedalus & Elphinstone
September 25th to October 2nd
This is the diving holiday if you want a good chance to see Hammerheads and other sharks. They can be found on the Brothers Daedalus & Elphinstone. We may start from Safaga and head south diving the Saleem Express before moving on towards the Brothers which is situated 40 miles out. The strong currents on the Brothers bring in big pelagics and encourage the growth of soft coral. Here we will also find the wrecks of the Aumidia & Aidia. Daedalus is a reef 50 miles from shore with a British built lighthouse. It has steep walls which attract loads of big stuff. On our last three May trips on Daedalus we saw Hammerheads on the first dive! We had six dives on Daedalus and on four we had Hammerhead encounters. To put the cherry on the cake we also saw Manta rays WOW. Elphinstone is a reef 300m long and is only 7 miles out but has a wealth of life swimming round it or growing on it. Always a rewarding dive.
Sataya & Fury Shoals
October 2nd to 9th
Fury Shoals comprises of a large system of reefs growing atop of a shallow shelf that stretches 13km off shore to the north of Ras Banus. We will be diving most of the reefs in the area including the famous Sataya (Dolphin House). We plan to be here around mid day when the smaller pods of dolphins congregate to form a huge super pod. It's great fun getting in and out of the ribs snorkelling with them and sometimes they come and play with you.