|Underwater diving cruises in the Red Sea complete the all round services offered by Diving World Red Sea and are the best possible way of experiencing every aspect of the marine world.
In 1990, the passion for this particular sea, together with the desire to satisfy our clients by offering them new excitement, led us to discover new frontiers in underwater tourism in the Red Sea, like the island of Zabargad, until then almost unknown to the sector.
These southern Egyptian itineraries have changed increasingly over the last few years since the Egyptian government has started to establish natural marine parks within the Red Sea area.
At the moment a week long cruise can offer the delights of underwater diving
North of Hurghada. The so-called "wreck itinerary" offers a series of underwater diving experiences along the coral reefs that lie facing the Hurghada Archipelago, followed by a northward trip towards the islands of Gobal, Abu Nuhas ( a coral reef well-known for its wrecks including the Carnatic and the Giannis D. wrecks) and Sha'ab Ali where an underwater diving expedition leads to the exploration of the Thistlegorm, a giant English merchant ship with its cargo of arms still aboard and intact, that was sunk during World War II.
Another week-long cruise offers the possibility of travelling southward to the area between
Elphinstone and Saint John reef, one of the most fascinating underwater itineraries provided in the Red Sea, where amazing colours can be appreciated along with the experience of coming into contact with sharks and other species of giant deep-sea fish.
There is also a cruise of one or two weeks to the recently opened
Marine Parks such as The Brothers and Daedalus Island that provide the more demanding underwater divers with the very best that today's underwater world has to offer.
Obliging crews and expert underwater guides are the main stays of a professional and seaworthy staff.
All our vessels, whether standard or superior, are guaranteed to provide both safety and comfort.
In the Egyptian Red Sea, our vessels are anchored at the Diving World bases of Hurghada and Sharm and set sail according to the demands and itineraries that are established each year. The fact that there is an office in the vicinity able to provide help whenever needed is obviously an advantage as far as service and safety is concerned.
Before departure, the Diving World offices are at the complete service of its clients for the renting of any equipment, and the solution of last minute problems.