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Red Sea Aggressor IV explores southern Egypt


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A veritable fleet of luxury liveaboards is set to ply the Red Sea waters of Egypt, with the latest announced being the 44-metre-long Red Sea Aggressor IV.

The Red Sea Aggressor IV, which is due to make its maiden voyage on 4 March, will operate three itineraries in the Egyptian Red Sea from Port Ghalib – the staple Brother-Daedalous-Elphinstone trifeca taking in the offshore marine parks, a tour around some of the top sites in the St Johns area, and an exciting exploration into the Deep South beyond Ras Banas, which will take in Fury Shoal, Habili Aly, Habili Gaffar and Dangerous Reef.

Red Sea Aggressor IV
The spacious lounge on the Red Sea Aggressor IV

“The southern Egyptian Red Sea is a very special place to the Aggressor Adventures family. It has been an Aggressor destination since 2014 and we are so excited to welcome the new Red Sea Aggressor IV into our fleet,” says Wayne Brown, CEO of Aggressor Adventures. “It’s a spectacular yacht operated by a five-star staff.”

Red Sea Aggressor IV
Why have one hot tub when you can have two?

Saturday-to-Saturday, Red Sea Aggressor IV adventures start at US$2,699 per person and include scuba diving, snorkelling, deluxe onboard accommodations, scrumptious meals, snacks, soft beverages, beer, wine and service from a professional staff.

Red Sea Aggressor IV
Master suite on the Red Sea Aggressor IV
Mark Evans
Mark Evans
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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