Red Sea

The Red Sea is about 1.900 km long and up to 350 km wide but still widening at about 1,5 cm per year. Water temperature and high salinity provide an optimal environment. The clear water and sky assure that the sea is filled with light for perfect growth condition of tropical marine life. The coldest month of the year is January and the warmest are July and August.

Diving from a liveaboard is the best and most comfortable way to explore the Red Sea with some of the most dramatic wall dives and coral gardens, plenty of marine life and not to forget some of the best wreck dives worldwide.

The Red Sea is a corridor of marvels – the happiest hours of my diving experience have been spent there.

Jacques-Yves Cousteau.