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Seawolf Felo Review

Diving Squad Rating:

7.6/10

7.6 / 10

The cheapest mid-price red sea liveaboard, Seawolf Felo still offers high quality amenities and service nonetheless, aboard a beautiful wooden motor vessel.

Great for: Value for Money, Onboard Amenities, Beautiful Internal Design

Trip Lengths: 8 – 12 days (12 days trip in July only)

Max Group Size: 22

Operates: Sporadically, year round. 

Seawolf at sea

Details:

Completely refurbished in 2015, Seawolf Felo offers a variety of exciting itineraries.

Some cover the very best of the Northern Red Sea including Ras Mohammed and Thistlegorm.

Others explore the less frequented Southern Red Sea with sites such as St. Johns Reef and Rocky Island.

Free Nitrox is provided for certified divers! 

There are 9 twin cabins, 2 upper deck suites with king beds and one royal suite with king bed. All cabins are equipped with AC, a mini-bar and ensuite bathroom. 

For relaxation between dives, there are two sundecks that offer stunning panoramic views with comfy beanbags and loungers.

There is also a large air conditioned salon with TV’s & Entertainment Systems – as well as a bar and separate dining area. 

Guest Reviews:

Shuho NJapan
"White tip sharks, manta, turtles. Daedalus Reef multiple times with hammmer heads. Great dives."!
Malgorzata BPoland
"Sharks, excellent reef, comfort on board."
Vitor SPortagual
"Pro: My 4 th time at Red Sea. This was the most secure and best managed operation. Cons: no camera room or a table for cameras in the boat. No big fish this time of the year".
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Other Features:

  • Free internet

  • BBQ area

  • Non-diver (snorkeler) friendly

  • Charging stations

  • Local and international crew

  • Free soft drinks

  • Snacks all day

  • Beer and wine available

Jonathon B from the United States said:

“I was pleasantly surprised by how spacious the Seawolf Felo is. Not just the common areas but the cabins and heads. I specifically picked the boat for the wooden hull because my experience is that engine and generator noise is much lower in a wood boat than a steel hull, and that proved to be the case. This was one of the quietest live aboard boats I have been on.

The crew is fantastic. Most speak enough English to get by (as well as German, which seems to be the main clientele).

In terms of room for improvement…there were a couple cabins that suffered from “swamp” smell when the boat was underway, though we quickly learned to open the windows and air it out once we stopped at a dive site. Not sure how that would work during a hotter time of the year when running the AC all the time would be preferred”.

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Written by:

Alex

Alex

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