The best things was the atmosphere, the service and the culture. I would love to spent a week more! The guides on the trip, Eissa and Basim really seemed to know the places and things we saw, and i felt very safe diving with them. They also told os that diving is not just fun, its also very serious and young people like us needs to know that it is a dangerous sport. But the trip was the best trip and it couldn't have been better!
I think it was a really good experience on snefro spririt, iv'e had so much fun, laying in the sun, diving, hearing music wit my freinds. I love everything one the boat to be honest, the crew is awesome, service is tiptop, i'm gkad for the experience.
When i arrived at this boat i could aready tell that the trip i was about to go on would be amazing. We were met by an open and very welcoming crew, wich indicated that they were serious about their job. The three meals of the day have been delightful and there was always something that you liked. Besides that there was the little snack after our 3rd dive. It was great to get a little something and the drinks were delightful. When it comes to the crew i was amazed by how serviceminded and help...
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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