Liveaboard diving cruises departing from Sharm El Sheikh is a popular way to explore the stunning underwater world of the Red Sea
Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport (SSH)

Sharm El Sheikh is a popular port of embarkation for liveaboard cruises in the Red Sea. Located on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, Sharm El Sheikh offers easy access to some of the most stunning dive sites in the region, including the world-famous Ras Mohammed National Park and the Straits of Tiran. The nearest airport to Sharm El Sheikh is Sharm El Sheikh International Airport (SSH), which is located approximately 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) to the north. Many airlines operate flights to Sharm El Sheikh International Airport from various cities in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Ras Mohammed National Park, located just off the coast of Sharm El Sheikh, is a world-renowned diving destination known for its vibrant coral reefs, diverse marine life, and crystal-clear waters. Other popular dive sites in the area include the Straits of Tiran, known for its drift dives and encounter with pelagic species, and the Thistlegorm wreck, one of the world's most famous wreck dives. Overall, liveaboard diving in Sharm El Sheikh is an excellent way to experience the best of the Red Sea, with a variety of dive sites to explore and the convenience of all-inclusive accommodation and equipment

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Snefro Pearl
Amazing short duration experience
Every moment I spent that related to diving is 10/10. Value for money makes it 8/10 regarding the facilities. Short duration was what make me choose Snefro Pearl in the beginning, but afte... Read more
r all I would definitely recommend it
Blue Melody
Blue Melody – Best of wrecks – 14-21.04.2023
This was my second liveaboard with Blue Melody and fourth with Blue o Two. What sets apart this fleet is the outstanding service offered to its customers over the years. The staff and crew w... Read more
ere very helpful and friendly and the chef Amr prepared delicious food. The boat has rooms in the lower deck, while the middle deck includes a lounge and the dining room. On the upper and sun deck there is plenty of space to relax between the dives. We had two excellent dive guides Haittam and Ahmed. The route best of wrecks covered all the important Red Sea wrecks: SS Thistlegorm, Ghiannis D, Carnatic, Chrisoula K, Aida, Numidia, Salem Express, Dunraven, Kingston and the Barge. The captain Yousif planned the trip very well to also allow all the divers to get good rest at night, while still travelling from one location to the next. Besides the trip itself, the staff at Divebooker has been very helpful and supportive throughout the booking phase and during the trip, and I must mention Teresa, Irene and Karina on who you can always count to plan your liveaboard
Red Sea Aggressor II
Aggressor II // North Red Sea Reefs + Wrecks
The crew were helpful and kind, even as most of them fasted through Ramadan. They were always available and of help. The guides and management a bit less attentive. Booking agent was respons... Read more
ive and available. Cabin had slight smell and noise but tolerable, and the bedding was old and pilled which made it a bit uncomfortable. All in all a good cabin experience, though. Food ranged from okay to good. Rental gear worked well, and the seamen made the process of getting in and out of dives easy. The itinerary was fantastic and we did not cancel any dives.