The Hurricane liveaboard is well-equipped for fantastic diving opportunities in the Red Sea. Catering for up to 22 divers, the Hurricane has a spacious diving deck equipped with a diving platform and dive dinghies for ease of access to certain dive sites. The dive deck is equipped with rinse tanks, a separate area for underwater cameras and freshwater showers and toilets for added convenience. For socializing, guests can make use of the sun deck which offers partial shade for those not wishing to have full sun exposure.
For those who need to stay connected, there are Internet facilities available and for entertainment there is a TV with DVD player and music system in the air-conditioned indoor saloon. Guests can also make use of the on board Jacuzzi on the fly bridge adjacent to the sundeck.
The chef on board the Hurricane offers a wide variety of delicious meals to refuel after scuba diving. The meals include local delicacies as well as international fare and barbeques are also included to make the most of the beautiful weather by dining outdoors. Meals are also served in the vessel’s air-conditioned dining room, where guests are treated to a large each meal time. Specific dietary needs can be catered for by providing advanced notice to the boat operators. Complimentary tea, coffee, water and soft drinks are available throughout the cruise and local beers and wines can be purchased for an additional fee.
There are a total of 11 cabins on board the Hurricane stretching across the lower deck and the main deck. There are 4 cabins on the main deck that offer twin beds or double bed arrangements with an additional single sleeper. The lower deck cabins have twin beds and the cabins in the bow have the same arrangement as the main deck cabins – a double bed and an additional single sleeper. All cabins are individually air-conditioned with en-suite bathroom facilities. Cabins also come equipped with a mini fridge and a safety deposit box for safeguarding personal belongings.