Egypt Liveaboard Holidays

Snefro Target

Snefro Target is a custom build, ISO-certified vessel, the 37 m long and 9 m wide wooden hulled yacht welcomes up to 20 guests while covering the whole Red Sea on her itineraries

Snefro Target is one of the luxury class boats within the fleet but the only one holding Area 1 & Area 2 license covering the whole Red Sea on her itineraries. Like with her sister vessel Snefro Love, there are 7 twin berth cabin on lower deck, 2 double bed cabins on upper deck and a master suite on the main deck to comfortably accommodate 20 guests

The spacious salon on the main deck or choose the lounge on the upper deck for more privacy, 3 partly shaded sun decks offer wide space for relaxation.

The large dive deck is equipped with fresh-water showers as well as 2 bathrooms and designed to provide ample space for kitting up. 2 air compressors and the Nitrox compressor are located below deck and silent during operation. Nitrox is free of charge for divers holding Nitrox certification. Air quality checks are carried out regularly and conform to EN12021:1998 standards.

Schedule & Available Spaces

Offers

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