Very comfortable, the air-conditioned cabins hold 2 beds (one bigger that can be a double bed and one smaller) and have private shower and toilet. Sheets and towels are provided. The boat’s configuration is such that even at full capacity, you can always find a quiet corner for some privacy or to rest. The 6 to 7 members of the Egyptian crew plus the French-speaking guide, always present but discreet, are there to serve you and meet your needs within the limits of safety and respect for everyone.
Three copious meals are served each day as well as the permanent possibility of having a tea, coffee and biscuits. The cost for beverages includes all non-alcoholic drinks (mineral water, Coca-cola, Fanta, etc…). Because we are in a Muslim country no alcohol is served except for beer that can be purchased for 3€ for a 0.5L bottle. It is possible to bring a bottle of alcohol from France for those who wish to share the cult moment of the evening apéritif!
The boats have a big water supply but attention should still be given to consumption aboard.
As to equipment, the boats have, depending on their size, one or two dinghies for going out to meet the dolphins in the sea.
Kayaks are also available for going out onto the lagoons when the boat is moored.
|Motor(s)||2 x 450 ch|
|Generator(s)||2 X 35 KW|
|Compressors||2 Mariner 12m3|
|Equipment|| VHF, depth sounder,
|Zodiac||2 10-seaters /
|Emergency equipment||Life jackets, oxygen therapy, First-Aid kit|
|Distribution of the cabins|
|Cabins|| 10 double cabins
with air-conditioning and individual bathroom/WC, 2 bathrooms on the bridge
|Wardroom/Mess|| Big lounge
with spacious dining room with air-conditioning, video TV, Hi-Fi.
|Sun deck||1 fitted solarium,
1 sheltered bridge