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FAQ

Diving in the Red Sea is possible year round. However, if you hope to see some of the larger pelagic life, July and August are when you will find larger concentrations of barracuda, tuna and a variety of shark species.

Yes, you can. Please advise when making a reservation if you wish to hire equipment.

A 5mm wetsuit is usually recommended for diving the Red Sea. In winter, you will need a full wet suit but in the summer months a shorty will suffice.

It is possible to take courses on a liveaboard but you will need to book this in advance. We can suggest a Nitrox or Advanced  course.

Yes, Nitrox is available on all our liveaboard boats. However, please advise at the time of booking if you require Nitrox.

Yes, night dives are possible at many dive sites, though not all.

The minimum number of passengers required for a sailing is from 8 to 12 according to the selected boat.

There are international flights arriving into Sharm and Hurghada every day. If you require any further assistance or advice regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact Our Agent in your country.

Sea Queens does provide airport transfers, also 'Help & Assist' at Cairo airport can be arranged. Please ensure that you advise us of your flight numbers and times of arrival / departure well  ahead in time.

The currency in Egypt is the Egyptian Pound (or LE). It is made up of 100 piasters.See More

The voltage is 220 and sockets are the normal two round pin, European-type. It is advisable to bring adaptors for any electrical appliances.

All our boats have first-aid boxes and oxygen. In the event of a medical emergency, the Search and Rescue (SAR) teams based on land can be contacted 24 hours a day and clients can be taken to the Hyperbaric Chambers in Sharm, Hurghada, Safaga and Dahab. A DAN insurance or similar is recommended.

On liveaboards, it is usually customary to leave a one-time tip for the crew and dive guides at the end of the trip, between 5 to 10 US$ per diver per day are recommended.

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