RED SEA LIVEABOARD
MV Emperor Elite
Re-designed in 2019, Emperor Elite is a custom-designed and built luxury Red Sea liveaboard. At 38-metres and accommodating a maximum of 26 guests, she boasts the largest cabin available in the Red Sea!
This infamous Red Sea liveaboard offers a contemporary living space combined with the best itineraries available in the Red Sea.
Transfers are included
- for departures from Marsa Ghalib Port – from Hurghada or Marsa Alam airports and hotels
- for departures from Hurghada – from Hurghada airport and hotels
The FREE places below relate to the ‘boat space’ and do not include flights.
5 pay full price – 1 free
10 pay full price – 2 free
15 pay full price – 3 free
22 pay full price – 4 free
Liveaboard Services/Facilities: Three sundecks, dive deck with platform, two air-conditioned salons and air-conditioned dining room
Food, Beverage & Entertainment Facilities: Full board with afternoon snacks, unlimited water, tea, instant coffee and fizzy soft drinks. Red wine free with dinner. Alcohol is available at an extra charge
8 standard twin-berth cabins (lower deck), 3 premium twin cabins (choice of decks), a double Junior Suite (lower deck) and – new for 2017 – a premium, upper deck Executive Suite, all with ensuite, independent air conditioning, flat screen TV, three towels and a bathrobe per guest.
Specification: Length 38m, Beam 8m, 2 Caterpillar Engines 764HP, 3 Generators, 4 Compressors, Nitrox – UBS EANx Membrane, 2x Rib with outboard.
Navigation / Safety: Seasafe system installed, Radar, VHF marina Radio, DSC, Echo sounder, chart plotter and GPS, satellite phone, oxygen and first aid, life jackets and life rafts, fire system.
Dive Routes Include:
Simply the Best: Elphinstone, Brothers, Deadalus Reef
South & St. Johns: 21+ Dives. St. Johns, Fury Shoals Reef System
Reef & Wrecks: 21 +Abu Nuhas, Straits of Gubal, SS Thistlegorm, Ras Mohamed, Straits of Tiran, Ulysses and others
Schedule & Available Spaces
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
26 January – 03 February 2020
The Dive Diaries
Insights, recommendations and dive experiences from our team
You would think, wouldn’t you, that when you have been to the same location 17 times, that your 18th trip there would be pretty much
“I couldn’t see a life beyond injury, I couldn’t see that road ahead.” A former soldier in the United Kingdom Special Forces Reserve, Jamie Hull
Diving Truk is something of a big wish for lots of divers. It takes a bit of planning and high-end coordination. Which is why the Diverse Travel team found it so pleasing when guest, John Hannah, sent them this warming feedback from his recent trip there.