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Diving Squad Rating:


9.6 / 10

A luxury option, Blue Force 3 boasts beautifully furbished social areas including an open air bar / entertainment zone. 

She has 3 different routes to Egypt’s north, central and red sea that can be booked back to back for the longest red sea dive safari available. 

On top of that it has superb diving amenities to help divers get the absolute most out of their trip – whichever of the three stunning dive safaris they choose with this luxury red sea liveaboard.

Great for: Long Trips, Onboard Amenities, Diving Amenities, Varied Dive Safaris

Trip Lengths: 9 days

Max Group Size: 26

Operates: June – January

There are 3 exciting dive trips available, covering Egypt’s popular north, famous central or remote southern Red Sea. 

Best of all, these 3 trips can be booked back to back for the ultimate Red Sea diving experience!

The superbly decorated social areas include an upper deck lounge, bar and video/audio entertainment area, main deck salon, dining hall and ample sun decks with loungers. 

In particular, we love the fact that the bar and entertainment zone is open air (see lower picture to right), rather than inside, as is the case with virtually every other liveaboard. 

There are 12 comfortable cabins, all of them featuring ensuite bathrooms and AC with a choice of twin, double or triple. 

At the back of the boat, there’s a massive dive platform with a covered gearing up area and plenty of storage space. 

Furthermore,  2 zodiacs accompanying the yacht to give the absolute best dive point entry. 

Guest Reviews:

Melaine QFrance
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"Diving with hammerhead shark was outstanding. The boat is amazing and very comfortable . The crew and staff is lovely and very careful.".
Hermann SAustria
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"All the dives where perfect!!! Once again, I never mett such a highly organized, cheerful, humorous, fun to be around and experienced dive master as Natalie ! Thanks again Hermann".
Hui Ting JoyceSingapore
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"The boat itself is a highlight! The rooms are spacious and 3 times a day cleaning and making the room neat & bathroom dry. Even with 20 divers and the crews onboard, there are lots of space to hang around and not feel overcrowded. And this is a luxury yacht and not a dive boat! Everything is so well maintained and taken care of. Even the ropes at the bow and Sterns are neatly coiled up after every use. Food by the chef on board are simply sumptuous & delicious! We were never hungry! And dive crews are very organized & professional! Coral reefs and marine life in the red sea are so abundant and wrecks are amazing too! We will definitely dive with blue force 3 again the next time round! Highly recommend"!!!

Other Features:

  • Daily Housekeeping

  • Paid Internet

  • Camera Room with table and Charging Point

  • Warm Water Showers

  • Audio and Video Entertainment

  • Library

  • Family Cabins (Sleep 3)

Conor M from the United States said:

“I had very high expectations for this liveaboard and they met all of my expectations. The boat was beautiful and our cabins were very nice and comfortable. Hot showers after each dive were great. The beds were comfortable. Plenty of space on the boat to spread out and relax, it didn’t feel crowded, you could always find a quiet place to read or relax if desired. 

The food was excellent and had a nice variety. There was a lot of food, so nobody went hungry. The crew was very nice and helpful. The diving was great. 

Transfers and hotel arrangements all included made this trip very easy. They met us at the airport, then took us back to the airport for our return flight home, so we never had to arrange our own taxi/hotels or anything. 

I would recommend this boat to anyone and will likely return to dive another route with this boat”.

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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.