M/Y RED SEA EXPLORER did start with ENOS
The flag ship of Extra-Divers sets new standards in the Red Sea
Bergisch Gladbach/Hurghada - Last year the operator of dive centers Extra-Divers annonced to launch its own liveaboard in the Red Sea in June 2019; now "M/Y Red Sea Explorer" started as planned to the first dive safari - fully booked.
The steel vessel is 43 meers long and 9,70 meters width. 12 Meter breit. 12 above-average sized cabins with huge panorama windows, TV and comfortable bathroom are dispersed over several decks. A royal suite with own private sun deck is located on the top deck.
Eating – Sleeping – Diving – Relaxation
That's how the operator titles life onboard. From his side everything necessary is done to fullfill the high expectations. In general 3 - 4 dives are provided per day with 12 liter aluminium tanks (DIN/INT), certified divers get Nitrox for free. On request 15 liter tanks are available as well as equipment for rent. The shady dive deck and the dive platform are very spacious and equipped with WC and fresh water showers. Washbasins, a camera table and boxes make care of cameras easy after every dive, furthermore the equipment can be stored very comfortable in the sufficiently large stowage space.
ENOS - the "best Diver Rescue System worldwide"
From the beginning on onboard: the Electronic Rescue and Locating System ENOS which is described in the livfeaboard's brochure as "the best Diver Rescue System worldwide". Indeed, it provides relaxed dives to the guests because since it was launched in 2004 it locates and rescues successful and reliable divers on the surface even in long distances. No rescue operation took longer than 17 minutes although divers were 3 Kilometres / 1.7 Nautical Miles swept away.
No wonder that it was logical for the Extra-Divers to install ENOS on "M/Y Red Sea Explorer". During his stay onboard every diver get his ENOS-Beacon, the ENOS-Receiver is fix installed in command's bridge and always in captain's eye.
Red Sea at its best
At June 6th the first tour started to the best of northern Red Sea: Ras Mohammed, Tiran, Thistlegorm … Furthermore "M/Y Red Sea Explorer" goes to Brother Islands, St. John’s, Daedalus, Fury Shoal, Zarbagad, Rocky Island – all in all the "fully program". The cruises are bout one week and start every Thursday.