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Blue Force 3 is a 42-metre premium liveaboard that was launched in November 2018 to ply the waters of Egypt and Sudan. With five-star quality interior, dining and service, she is one of the most stylish and comfortable liveaboards in the Red Sea.

The liveaboard conducts expeditions in Sudan from February to May, and then in Egypt from June to December.

In the Egyptian Red Sea, the weekly cruises begin on Saturdays and depart from either Hurghada or Port Ghaleb, offering many different and varied routes, taking in the top sites from the North to the Deep South – iconic locations such as the Brothers, Zabargad, Daedalous, Elphinstone, Rocky Island, St Johns, Ras Mohammed and Tiran.

Time, not an issue? Why not elect to stay on board Blue Force 3 for two or three continuous weeks, enjoying varied and unique dive sites on each consecutive trip? This could well be the ultimate way to experience the Egyptian Red Sea and all it has to offer.

In Sudan, the weekly cruise departs on Fridays from Port Sudan, and they plan routes of seven, ten and 11 nights, which allows them to cover the coast of Sudan from the north to the most southern reaches of the country, hitting the top sites like Sha’ab Rumi, Sanganeb and the shipwreck of the Umbria.

Blue Force 3 Red Sea

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SS Thistlegorm – One of the most spectacular wrecks in the world – the SS Thistlegorm. Sunk by German bombers in 1941, and then laying undiscovered for years until it was found by a certain Jacques-Yves Cousteau, it is like a sunken museum, and within its holds and on the seabed around it, you can discover trucks, jeeps, motorcycles, locomotives, ammunition, aircraft parts, boots and much more.

Find more inspiration for your dive trips this year in the Ultimate Divers Guide. Register on the website to read your free copy.

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