• Red Sea Sept 2 - 9, 2024

Red Sea Sept 2 - 9, 2024

Twin Cabin:

Double Diver: $1,870

Single Diver: $3,230


King/Twin Suite:

Double Diver: $2330

Single Diver:   $4140



To sign up, select the base option. 

Next, select the rooming / Diving option you want under the "Select Addon Option"

7 Nights / 8 days aboard AllStar's Scuba Scene

Full board on All Star Red Sea in double occupancy private en-suite cabins

3 dives per day plus night dives when possible (typically one to two per week)

Dive guides, tanks and weights/belts

Transfers to/from the dock in the port of call 

Coffee, tea, juices, sodas.

Airfare (Diventures can assist, reach out to travel@diventures.com)

VAT Tax-$210 per person payable on board

Tip for Crew (Suggested 10 - 15%)

Scuba gear, rental available

Beer and wine are available for purchase on board. You may BYOB 

Nitrox - $100 per week

Dive Insurance – REQUIRED  https://apps.dan.org/join-dan/?rc=2096543

Travel Insurance – Highly recommended https://dan.org/partner/2096543/trip

$500 due at signup

$500 due by November 1, 2023

Full balance by March 1, 2024

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September 2:

Option 1 - Bus ride from Luxor after 7 day excursion exploring Egypt's Nile Valley to Port in Hurghada


Option 2 - Travel day into Hurghada's airport, transfer to Port in Hurghada


Wreck diving in the Red Sea’s northern region is unparalleled in quality and quantity. Most of the sites are within recreational diving depths, suitable for travelers with minimal wreck diving experience. Recreational divers can penetrate many wrecks, while tec divers can access sites requiring more advanced skills.

Divers of all skill levels can visit the Barge at Gubal Island, the wreck of the Yolanda in Ras Mohammed, the SS Dunraven, all four wrecks of Abu Nuhas and more. Even Big Brother Island in the central Red Sea is home to two wrecks:  Numidia and Aida.

Though all the northern Red Sea wrecks are stellar, the shipwreck SS Thistlegorm stands alone in its fame. Rediscovered by Jacques Cousteau himself, divers have visited this sunken piece of World War II history for more than 50 years. All Star Red Sea passengers can gain entry to cargo holds blasted open by German fighter pilots to see exciting marine life and war artifacts like motorcycles, rifles and even soldiers’ boots.


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Red Sea aboard AllStar's Scuba Scene September 2 - 9, 2024

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