Oyster Diving Is Now Booking Red Sea Trips On The M/Y Scuba Scene


Dive tour operator Oyster diving has announced a fresh collaboration with the Red Sea liveaboard vessel M/Y Scuba Scene.

The four-deck, 43-meter/141-foot, steel-hulled Scuba Scene has every cabin affording guests their very comprise fridge, en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning.

Diverse on-board facilities consist of two mountainous ice machines, sundecks, bar, expert espresso and espresso maker, camera tables, as well to a total lot international vitality charging stations and locations to store valuables.

Moreover, a washing machine and dryer mean guests can elevate fewer dresses to diminish their baggage weight or elevate extra of their diving kit.

However what if truth be told sets this liveaboard apart is the crew who plod it, Ahmed Fadel and Dr. Elke Bojanowski.

Fadel, an skilled Tech teacher up to Developed Trimix, has been a data on liveaboards for over 21 years and is the creator of the book “Southern Red Sea Dive Files.”

Bojanowski, having ending her Ph.D in marine biology, role up and now runs the Red Sea Shark Belief, which at the moment boasts the expedient database for oceanic whitetip sharks on this planet.

Since January 2019, all dive guides working on Liveaboards in the Egyptian Red Sea luxuriate in needed to succor a mandatory seminar on guidelines and real diving practices for interactions with oceanic whitetip sharks. The seminar used to be written and offered by Elke and has been attended by better than 1400 guides and other dive professionals to this point.

Red Sea Liveaboard M/Y Scuba Scene (Image credit: Brian Dobson)
Red Sea Liveaboard M/Y Scuba Scene (Image credit ranking: Brian Dobson)

Itineraries consist of Brothers, Daedalus & Elphinstone, Daedulus & St. Johns, Shark Weeks, images weeks with Duxy, and classic North & Tiran journeys. All itineraries are tech-suited, and particular Tech journeys are on provide.

Costs birth from £1,000/~US$1,396/~1,150 Euros per person for per week including transfers to/from the airport, seven nights’ accommodation in a twin room, meals and snacks, water, soft drinks, tea & espresso, 12ltr tank and weights, marine park and port prices.

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