A rich collection of itineraries in Egyptian and Sudanese Red sea for divers, cruise travelers and watersports-lovers

Daedalus - Zabargad - Saint John's

This perfect itinerary covers the most rewarding faraway dive-sites of the Red sea: schooling hammerheads, reef sharks, mantas, shoals of pelagic fish, anemone cities, steep walls overgrown with hard and soft corals, overhangs, caves, spectacular coral formations attract divers from all over t he world.

Daedalus Reef

Daedalus Reef features pristine hard and soft corals and an amazing marine life. Here you will meet curious Oceanic Whitetip Sharks, Schooling Hammerhead Sharks, Grey Reef Sharks, Tresher Sharks. The drift dives along amazing deep walls covered by superb corals will let you observe numerous pelagic fishes: Giant Trevally, Dogtooth Tuna, Manta Rays. This dive site is one of the most impressive in the Egyptian Red Sea.

Zabargad island

A rarely visited due to its far location Zabargad island is a superb dive spot. Formed by an enormous mountain reaching out of the water, surrounded by a lagoon and reefs Zabargad hosts a great variety of corals, reef and pelagic fish. Neptuna Wreck, the Russian minesweeper of 1941 found its eternal peace on the reef at 20m depth.

Saint John's

Located near Northern Sudanese border at the Tropic of Cancer, Saint John's is a large reef system 13 x 8 miles. There are hundreds of superb dive sites: pinnacles, caves, coral gardens, walls, aquariums, plateaus inhabited by millions of sea dwellers including turtles, morays, sharks, coral fishes of all possible colours, nudibranches, anemons, mantas, whale sharks. It is possible to spend a month in Saint John's discovering new wonders on every dive.


Important Note

The time, sites and ports of this itinerary are subject to change at any time without prior notice due to weather conditions or other factors. Direct transfers to/from the yacht are always included. Egyptian Cruising Company reserves the right to cancel the booking for the safety of passengers if it is not possible to change the time and route due to poor weather conditions.