Tremendous diving and a great all round holiday. The Red Sea takes some beating and with all the bad press about the region must be about the best value for quality to be had. Snefro Love is a great liveaboard and easily managed our group of 20. The dive staff and crew were excellent and went out of their way to make the whole experience memorable. The food was fabulous, well presented and we never went short. The diving was of course what we have come to expect with a good mix of spectacular wr...
The crew of the Snefro Love were fantastic. They were friendly,polite,professional and exceptionally helpful. Nothing was ever too much trouble. Samuel and Mongy were fantastic guide leads and were incredibly patient and made sure every dive was a unique and memorable experience. The food was absolutely delicious and the boat was clean at all times. The deckhands made donning and taking off gear very easy and the captain was excellent. Great knowledge of the ocean and reef sites.
The SS Thistlegorm rests at the bottom of the northern Red Sea. Bombed and sunk during World War II, this ship was first discovered by Jacques Cousteau and then forgotten about till the 1990s. Now it is the Red Sea’s most famous (and most dived) wreck.
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