I've dived lives boards in the red sea last year that were far superior, the food, the staff and the guides. Ahmed was a pleasant young guy but inexperienced, Samuel was pleasant but seemed to run the dives to suit his own needs rather than the clients. The Nitrox compressor failed, we returned to port, it was repaired and failed again on the next fill. The diving was generally good but ended with plenty of air to suit the needs of the boat. Highlight was the room man, best member of staff on the boat, Captain was also good. Food was poor standard, lack of variety and poorly presented. Could've been so much better.