Red Sea Aggressor III Liveaboard

Red Sea Aggressor III Liveaboard

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8.8
Good4 reviews
  • NitroxSurcharge
  • Wi-FiNo
  • Equipment RentalSurcharge
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    Tech Diving FriendlyNo
Red Sea Aggressor III is a part of the Aggressor Fleet that guarantees quality and excellent services. The liveaboard itineraries focused on traveling to the South of the Red Sea and famous Marine Parks like the Brother Islands. Nitrox is available. Complete digital photo facilities will be offered on board.

Boat interior and exterior
The liveaboard has 11 cabins that can accommodate up to 22 passengers. Each stateroom has an independent air-conditioning, a private shower, a hairdryer, and a TV. 2 Master cabins have queen beds, 8 Deluxes equipped with twin beds, and 1 Suite has also a queen bed.
After diving yacht's passengers can stay in the salon or at the sun deck. It is supplied with a Jacuzzi, chaise lounges, and has a shaded part. 

Dive Deck
The liveaboard offers ample storage space for your diving equipment, provides 12 l aluminum tanks, weight belts, and weights, and has both K-valves (American type), and DIN (International) valves. Guests may dive up to 3-4 dives per day including night diving when possible. Nitrox can be provided on board.

Safety
To ensure that you will be safe during the safari, the vessel has life rafts, life jackets, safety, and rescue equipment, etc.

Photo Pro
Underwater photographers will be glad to know that the fully-equipped camera room is available on this liveaboard, including a PC to upload photos. Also, there are charging stations and a large camera table. The Fleet offers photo equipment items for the rent. 

Itineraries
Routes are forced on Marine Parks and the Southern part of the Red Sea. This is an extraordinary part of the destination , mainly because you can find all kinds of underwater landscapes here. Whatever you can imagine, including caves, reefs, coral walls, exciting drop-downs can be explored. Not mentioning that the variety of marine creatures is extraordinary.

When to Go
Temperature is at the highest point during the Summer months. The most comfortable time to dive into the Southern part of the Red Sea can be considered from October and November. May and June is when chances to see sharks are higher. 
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Select the cabin of your choice and enter your personal information. Submit the booking request. Once the booking is processed, you will receive an email notification with all booking details conveniently laid out in PDF.

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Our team will contact the liveaboard on your behalf to confirm availability and other booking details. We put your place(s) on hold and get back to you within 24 hours. If there are any issues, we come back to you with alternative options.

Payment

Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email notification with payment instructions. You then have up to 72 hours to take care of other travel arrangements and process the transaction to secure your reservation.

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  • No credit card required
  • No Deposit Required

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  • Free cancellation

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Deluxe Staterooms (#1-8)

Deck
Lower Deck
Bedding
Twin Beds
Max occupancy
2 Guests
Ensuite Bathroom
Ensuite Bathroom
Aircon
Aircon
Number of Cabins
8 Cabins
Two single beds, porthole view, mirrored wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, fresh towels, AC units and private ensuite bath
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Master Staterooms (#9-11)

Deck
Lower Deck, Main Deck
Bedding
Double Bed
Max occupancy
2 Guests
Ensuite Bathroom
Ensuite Bathroom
Aircon
Aircon
Number of Cabins
3 Cabins
Room 10 & 11 - One queen bed, port hole, wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, fresh towels, AC units, private ensuite bath - Main deck. Room 9 - One full bed, window, wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, fresh towels, AC units, private ensuite bath - Lower deck.
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Reviews about Red Sea Aggressor III

8.8
Good4 reviews
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9

Great service :)Verified review

My second trip on the RSA III in the same year, same great service from all the staff, always doing their best. The guides tried to accommodate for a day with bad weather as much as possible. Only small downside is the food. Always trying to make international dishes means they are not always as tasty as they could have been, if kept simple and more local. Overall I would definitely go for a third time!
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7.5

Good boat yet needs some improvementsVerified review

We had a good time at the RSA3, but mainly due to the staff. Staff always had a great mood and they tried their best to accommodate any our needs. However, there are some things that could be improved at the RSA3: The cabins on the lower deck aren’t great, but especially cabin 9 nearby the engine is problematic. It is very loud and can smell like diesel fuel. The boat is supposed to be new yet the interior looks very old. The food is okay, but is it more international cuisine since most of their clients are apparently Americans. This is a big loss of opportunity because Egyptian food is great and I believe much tastier options could be presented by the chef if he was allowed to go back to his roots rather than pretending to know every dish in the world. The main problem was diving off the tenders: the boat remains too high, when you are getting on the tender at least one person within our group slipped and fell and nothing has been made to change it. They should either add a platform that lowers or fiberglass steps to the side of the tender. Dives are in the open sea so with heavy waves and the platform level difference it is incredibly hard to get on the tender boats while carrying all the extra weight of the scuba diving equipment. Overall RSA3 is okay, but can be improved massively with a quick renovation, attention to detail and restructuring the dive prep sequence.
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