Designed with high safety standards and passenger comfort in mind, the Oceanos travels through the magnificent Red Sea stopping at many bucket-list worthy dive sites such as Daedalus, Elphinstone and the Brothers. Accommodating a maximum of 28 divers across its 14 cabins, the 39m long M/Y Oceanos has a great deal to offer its passengers in the form of spacious common areas, all-inclusive meals and free Nitrox for qualified divers.
Each of the 14 air-conditioned cabins is either a twin or double configuration with private en-suite facilities, a mini fridge and plenty of space to store personal belongings. Guests are also given towels and luxurious bathrobes as extra home comforts. When not exploring the underwater paradise that is the Red Sea, guests have the option of relaxing indoors in the saloon or outdoors in either the shaded lounge space or the partially sundeck equipped with bean bags and lounging mats. The dining room is where guests are served a variety of local delicacies and fine European fare, all included in the trip price. With enough advance notice, the onboard chef can cater for special dietary requirements.
When it comes to diving, the M/Y Oceanos boasts a fully equipped dive deck with equipment storage lockers, kitting up areas, an indoor dry room with charging station and bathroom facilities. Whether you dive with Nitrox or with a rebreather, these needs can be catered for, which makes diving on the Oceanos a truly relaxing, carefree experience.