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New Red Sea liveaboard, Emperor Echo, joins Emperor Divers’ fleet

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Emperor Echo, sailing from Hurghada and Marsa Ghalib Port, is the newest arrival in the Emperor Red Sea fleet and now takes the number of Red Sea liveaboards to four.

As the latest addition, Emperor Echo promises exceptional value for money for the ‘eat, sleep, dive repeat’ diver. Simply designed with the diver in mind, she has a spacious dive deck and easily accommodates 24 guests with two professional guides and free nitrox. All cabins are ensuite with individual air-conditioning, two cabin towels, one deck towel and bathrobe for each guest.

She sails the popular Simply the Best, Famous Five, Southern Sharks, South and St Johns,

Safaga, Brothers and Elphinstone, Reefs and Wrecks routes when the weather and sightings are at their peak, giving the diver more variety and chances to explore the Red Sea at an affordable price.

Fine food is served as standard, along with free red wine with dinner. She has a bar on the upper deck, limited free WiFi and free nitrox.

Prices for seven days start at just £597 in a shared cabin with six days diving, local transfers, guide, 12-litre tanks, weights, full board and soft drinks, red wine with dinner, environmental tax, Marine Park fees and port departure fees.

Emperor Divers also has a number of liveaboards in the Maldives and Indonesia.

www.emperordivers.com

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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