Diving Squad Rating:
10 / 10!!
We believe Aphrodite is one of the best red sea liveaboards going due to the excellent value for money, luxury accommodation and extra activities that she offers.
Great for: Water sports, Jacuzzi, Non-Divers, Families, Couples.
Trip Lengths: 8 – 10 days
Max Group Size: 23
Operates: Feb – Dec
The “Classic North” route covers the immaculate coral gardens of Ras Mohammed and the epic shipwrecks of Abu Nuhas (including the legendary Thistlegorm).
Or divers can embark on trips to the pristine and untouched coral reef of Egypt’s Deep Southern Red Sea with favourites like Elphinstone, Daedulus, Brothers and Fury Shoals.
There’s tons of extra activities to do with the Aphrodite including jet skiing, fishing, snorkelling, kayaking, water skiing and wakeboarding (use Aphrotite’s site contact page to arrange).
Guests can also look forward to lavish pampering such as massages, sauna treatments and beach BBQ’s.
On the main deck, there’s a large indoor saloon with audio and video entertainment, which leads through to the immaculate indoor dining area.
Between dives guests can relax on any one of the three sundecks, outdoor jacuzzi, or the covered lounge area…complete with it’s own bar.
Guests can choose from a variety of cabin options including twin cabins, double cabins and a family cabin. Each cabin has ac, ensuite bathrooms and a mini-bar.
“One week trip to the Brother’s Islands with some modification based on weather changes that worked out well. Crew really went out of their way to ensure they could do everything possible including getting special milk for my wife and provided modified meals for people with any requests.
Boat is quite nice with mix of covered areas, sun decks, in/outdoors etc. Diving was easily handled off the back of the large deck or with tenders. They arranged all rental equipment for us beforehand and made changes as needed.
They provided the option of guided dives with instructor or independent diving with partner after briefing etc. Diving was excellent with good vis, coral, fish etc!”