Red Sea Blue Force 3 Liveaboard

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The Red Sea Blue Force 3 offers a number of 1-week itineraries to explore some of the best diving sites the Red Sea has to offer. These routes can be combined to create the ultimate Red Sea diving trip lasting a full 3 weeks and seeing all that there is to see. The northern route (referred to as Top Red Sea trip) will travel to the wrecks of the SS Thistlegorm and Abu Nuhas as well as see the fantastic biodiversity on display in Ras Mohammed, while also leaving time for the Brothers Islands and Salem Express. An alternative route visits Daedalus, Sataya, Marsa Shouna, Elphinstone and Fury Shoal, which are all must-dives for any diving enthusiast. The final route explores St Johns and the remote locations in the southern part of the Red Sea.

Operating between June and December each year, the Red Sea Blue Force 3 welcomes up to 25 passengers on board each trip across a total of 12 cabins. Room choices include triple, double or suite options, however all rooms are air-conditioned and have their own private bathrooms. There are numerous sun decks for sun worshippers as well as a lounge on the upper deck, an entertainment space with a bar and the saloon and dining area location on the main deck.

When it’s time to explore the underwater world, divers can easily enter and exit the water by way of the swimming platform attached to the rear dive platform. Divers might also be transported to certain dive sites by way of the 2 zodiacs onboard. The vessel’s diving platform offers guests a large space to store their dive equipment, kit up and prepare to descend.

Ashley, South Africa November 13, 2017

Everything was perfectly arranged on the Red Sea Blue Force 3 and I would highly recommend this liveaboard to anyone wanting to explore any part of the Red Sea.

The trip was great value for money and the crew were exceptionally friendly and safety conscious which was much appreciated by all the divers on board.

The food and non-diving service was fantastic too, I especially loved the pastries and local treats. The diving was simply sensational – I saw thresher sharks and white tips and even got to snorkel with a pod of dolphins!

Overall this experience was a wonderful one that I would not hesitate to repeat.

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