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Aggressor Launches Nile Queen River Cruise

Aggressor Liveaboards is now offering a six day cruise experience aboard the luxurious Nile Queen vessel which will take guests from Luxor to Aswan.

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Aggressor Liveaboards is now offering a six day cruise experience aboard the luxurious Nile Queen vessel which will take guests from Luxor to Aswan.

The Nile Queen is a Dahabiya sailing vessel that is 155 feet long, 25 feet wide and hosts 16 guests. Featuring air-conditioned large staterooms with private bathrooms, Egyptian furniture and a 28” flat screen TV, this cruise vessel will see guests travel back in time to see the land of the pharaohs. They’ll also enjoy complimentary beer and wine on the trip.

Though this is not a diving cruise, this experience aligns with the times and dates of the Red Sea Aggressor I and II liveaboard itineraries, so guests can enjoy their time diving on one of the Red Sea Aggressors and then continue their holiday with a cruise on the Nile.

Guests arrive at Luxor airport and then take a 25 minute transfer to the Aggressor Nile Queen.

On day one in Luxor, guests will visit Karnak Temple and Luxor Temple, then day two will see a visit to Valley of the Kings, Hatshepsut Temple, Valley of the Nobles and Colossi of Memnon.

Day three is a visit to El Kab and EDFU, then day four is all about Gebel Silsileh and El Bashier Island.

For the last couple of days, guests will visit Kom Ombo on day five and then finally wake up in Aswan, their final destination.

For more information visit www.aggressor.com Prices start at $1599 for deluxe room.

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