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Emperor Elite gets new Executive Suite



She has always been a popular choice in the Red Sea, but now Emperor Elite is set to impress even more with her latest, massive make-over.

All cabins on Emperor Elite have been refreshed, while the Junior Suite and upper and main deck premium cabins have been overhauled to include new beds, furniture and design. The premium cabins can be switched between twin or double beds, according to the guest’s preference.

Up to 26 guests can choose from eight standard twin-berth cabins, three premium twin/double cabins, a double Junior Suite and, new for 2017, a premium upper-deck Executive Suite. All have ensuite, independent air-conditioning, flatscreen TV, three towels and a bathrobe per guest.

The big transformation to Emperor Elite is the new 28sqm+ Executive Suite, built to top standards and complete with space that does a top-notch hotel suite justice. There is lots of room for storage, wall-mounted TV and ensuite shower room separated from the ensuite WC.

Emperor Elite 1

Emperor Elite is a spacious boat with free WiFi (signal permitting), three sundecks, dive deck with platform, an air-conditioned salon and air-conditioned dining room where great food and free red wine with dinner is served. Her middle deck saloon has been removed along with the top-deck Jacuzzi, which gives so much more space for guests to relax in the new upper deck coffee and cocktail bar.

Emperor Elite 2

She has all diving and safety equipment, including two large RIBs with outboards, is equipped with free nitrox and can handle tech diving on request.

Prices on Emperor Elite from £467 sailing South and St Johns on 31 March from Marsa Ghalib Port, excluding flights. Other routes include Simply the Best, Reefs and Wrecks, Safaga, Brothers and Elphinstone.

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Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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