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Diving Squad Rating:


8.5 / 10

With two family cabins capable of sleeping three, a friendly and dedicated crew as well as excellent social areas Aldebaran is ideal for families or groups of friends travelling together. 

Because she visits the pristine, current prone central and southern regions of Egypt’s Red Sea, she is ideal for advanced divers. 

Great for: Families, Groups of Friends, Couples, Advanced Divers

Trip Lengths: 8 days

Max Group Size: 20

Operates: March – October

On the main deck there is a bright indoor salon with plush furniture, a video & audio entertainment system and a library. 

This leads through to the dining room with the drinks station and coffee/ tea making facilities. 

Located on the upper deck is a covered outdoor lounge area and open sundeck; this leads up to the sky deck with yet more loungers and gorgeous views to be had.  

At the rear of the boat is the large dive deck with individual storage baskets, wetsuit hangers and camera set up table. 

This leads down to the spacious dive platform for effortless entry and exit on to the boat.

There are 6 deluxe double cabins, 2 triple cabins and 2 suites. Each cabin features an ensuite bathroom, AC and mini-bar. 

Aldebaran explores some of the very best dive sites in Egypts’ Red Sea.

You can witness the remote deep south of St. Johns, the stunning walls and wreck diving of the Brother islands and if you’re lucky up to 8 shark species at Daedalus reef. 

Other Features:

  • Free Internet

  • Nearly 1:1 Crew to Guest Ratio

  • Family Cabins

  • Non-Smoking Rooms

  • Warm Water Showers

  • Charging Stations

  • Superb Local & International Crew

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Written by:

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Scuba fanatic, travel ecstatic and loveable rogue. A rootless divemaster and perpetual adrenaline-junky, Alex holds the esteemed rank of Grand Admiral of the Diving Squad; a title he most nobly awarded to himself. A scuba-junky since 2014, he's dived much of the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Maldives, Red Sea, Ireland, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama. It's hard to say where he'll pop up next for he never settles; forever a leaf on the wind... or perhaps a lone bubble blasted along on the current.