Very professional and very friendly crew. Food excellent. We were with only 4 guests and had ample room for ourselves. However, with a full load of people it can be a bit crowded, I guess.
We did up to 4 dives daily (including nightdive) so it's hard work: Getting up early and dive before breakfast was something I had to get used to. Those early dives were excellent as nature herself wakes up and heads for breakfast. A lot of fish is also hungry and hunting in the early morning. Something you never experience doing daytrips from shore.
The wreckdives were very impressive and I liked Ms Thistlegorm most. We did two dives there, one outside, one inside. The dive inside the ship with all its WWII cargo was very, very spectacular.
The second nightdive, seeing a big hunting trevally, which used the light of out torches to hunt in a violent manner, was also something I won't forget easily.
The crew was very friendly and helpfull, the professional Dive instructors Alaa an Samuel made sure everything was safe and sound - They knew the nice places and showed us the harder to see animals.
I would recommend this small safari to anyone who likes an intensive diving experience, for both nature and wrecks.