C-Echo 2 Liveaboard

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Recently renovated in 2012, this 36 meter motor yacht is the ideal liveaboard experience for scuba divers visiting the Red Sea dive sites. Catering for up to 26 guests and offering a variety of dive routes that cover the whole Egyptian Red Sea, guests are in for a treat on board this member of the Arafaline Safari Fleet.

The communal spaces on board the C-Echo 2 offer ample space for guests to unwind and socialize. The dining area and indoor air conditioned saloon feature comfortable couches and a flat screen TV with entertainment system.

The upper deck outdoor lounge is home to comfortable couches and bean bags and there is a bar that serves amazing sundowner cocktails. The top deck boasts a spacious sun deck with day beds and bench seating for all.

The C-Echo 2 follows itineraries around the Northern and Southern areas of the Red Sea as well as the Deep South, St John’s and Brother’s Islands.

The C-Echo 2 has a dedicated dive deck and diving platform. Served by 2 diving tenders, diving on board this liveaboard is easy and carefree thanks to the dedicated dive crew and knowledgeable dive guides.

Cabins

The C-Echo II travels with no more than 26 guests onboard and sleeping accommodations are in 13 cabins of different types. The cabins share the following features:

  • Air-conditioning
  • En-suite bathroom with shower
  • Towels for the cabin are provided, although guests are requested to provide their own towels for outdoor activities
  • Mini bar
  • TV for entertainment

1 Suite Cabin (Upper Deck)

The suite cabin is found on the boat’s upper deck and has a window with stunning ocean views. The suite cabin has a king size bed and is suitable for 2 guests.

2 Twin Cabins (Upper Deck)

The twin cabins also have a sea view and have two individual single beds rather than bunk beds.

10 Twin Cabins (Lower Deck)

Each of the lower deck twin cabins have 2 single beds each that are not arranged in bunk bed style. There is also a window in each of these cabins.

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