Offers Sudan

Seawolf in SUDAN
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All our safaris in Sudan will take place on the Seawolf Dominator.

Sudan Special Offers !!!!

1250 Euro

1100 Euro

Best of Sudan

15.02. – 22.02.2019

Service

  • 8 days/7 nights on board
  • Accomodation in a shared double cabin with shower and WC
  • Full board, coffee, tea, water, juice
  • Breakfast on departure
  • Max. 4 dives per day, last day 2 dives
  • 12l-tank, weights, guide
  • ENOS for free

Extras

  • Flights
  • 45 € surcharge for 15l-tank (pre-order!, payable on board)
  • Nitrox 5 Euro per dive, 70 Euro for the week package (payable on board)
  • Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages (payable on board)
  • Service-fee 50 € (payable on board)
  • Visa 155 $ (payable on board) (subject to change)
  • Currently: Germany 60 €, Austria 70 €, Switzerland 100 CHF
  • Meet & Assist, transfers and diving permit fee in Sudan 187 Euro  (payable on board, subject to change)
  • Fuel surcharge 50 Euro per person/week (on invoice, subject to change)

From the Isle of Turtles to the research village of Jacques Cousteau!

 

Sudan is one of the largest countries in Africa and extends over 400 km along the Red Sea.
As in Egypt also in Sudan the landscape, except on the bank of the Nile and some oases, is barren and desolate. As the country has no touristic infrastructure, a liveaboard is the only way to explore the stunning, pristine underwater world, as Hans Hass and Jacques Cousteau did also decades ago.
The name says it all. This tour shows the Sudan at its best. From Shaab Rumi, the reef
of Jacques Cousteau, the Wingate Reef where the Umbria lies, until the south to
Shaab Ambar, you‘ll find a stunning, pristine underwater world.
The reefs in Sudan are marked by jagged edges of reefs, caves and canyons and often
nearly straight sloping drop offs.
Often one meets current, in which swarms of hammerhead sharks, grey sharks, white and black tip reef sharks cavort.

Not without reason Jaques Cousteau has built his Precontinent II in Sudan.
The underwater research village can still be dived and is a highlight on this tour.
Although the buildings are impressive, but you should never forget to look into the blue water.

The Umbria at Wingate Reef is considered one of the finest wrecks in the world.
In addition to the crew‘s quarters one can visit also the holds and find all kinds of war material, aircraft tires, lifeboats or Fiat 1,100 Lunga.
In southern Sudan one has the chance of something very special. Reefs like Hindi
Gidir with its lighthouse or Barra Musa Kebir, known as the cradle of turtles.
With a little luck, you can observe turtles when they slowly crawl to the sandy islands to lay their eggs.
The horseshoe-shaped reef system Shaab Ambar is known for a large school of endemic
spinner dolphins.
But also mantas and huge shoals of mackerel, snappers and barracudas can be found
at the different stations.
Not infrequently, a group of bump head parrot fish, Napoleon or fusiliers blend with the reef community.

The species diversity of corals is not to be underestimated. On the steep walls gorgonians
are often standing in the current, lined with soft and hard corals. If you want to get
only the best in front of the mask, what the Red Sea has offer, a liveaboard in the Sudan
is essential.

 

 

1250 Euro

1100 Euro

Best of Sudan

22.02. – 01.03.2019

Service

  • 8 days/7 nights on board
  • Accomodation in a shared double cabin with shower and WC
  • Full board, coffee, tea, water, juice
  • Breakfast on departure
  • Max. 4 dives per day, last day 2 dives
  • 12l-tank, weights, guide
  • ENOS for free

Extras

  • Flights
  • 45 € surcharge for 15l-tank (pre-order!, payable on board)
  • Nitrox 5 Euro per dive, 70 Euro for the week package (payable on board)
  • Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages (payable on board)
  • Service-fee 50 € (payable on board)
  • Visa 155 $ (payable on board) (subject to change)
  • Currently: Germany 60 €, Austria 70 €, Switzerland 100 CHF
  • Meet & Assist, transfers and diving permit fee in Sudan 187 Euro  (payable on board, subject to change)
  • Fuel surcharge 50 Euro per person/week (on invoice, subject to change)

From the Isle of Turtles to the research village of Jacques Cousteau!

 

Sudan is one of the largest countries in Africa and extends over 400 km along the Red Sea.
As in Egypt also in Sudan the landscape, except on the bank of the Nile and some oases, is barren and desolate. As the country has no touristic infrastructure, a liveaboard is the only way to explore the stunning, pristine underwater world, as Hans Hass and Jacques Cousteau did also decades ago.
The name says it all. This tour shows the Sudan at its best. From Shaab Rumi, the reef
of Jacques Cousteau, the Wingate Reef where the Umbria lies, until the south to
Shaab Ambar, you‘ll find a stunning, pristine underwater world.
The reefs in Sudan are marked by jagged edges of reefs, caves and canyons and often
nearly straight sloping drop offs.
Often one meets current, in which swarms of hammerhead sharks, grey sharks, white and black tip reef sharks cavort.

Not without reason Jaques Cousteau has built his Precontinent II in Sudan.
The underwater research village can still be dived and is a highlight on this tour.
Although the buildings are impressive, but you should never forget to look into the blue water.

The Umbria at Wingate Reef is considered one of the finest wrecks in the world.
In addition to the crew‘s quarters one can visit also the holds and find all kinds of war material, aircraft tires, lifeboats or Fiat 1,100 Lunga.
In southern Sudan one has the chance of something very special. Reefs like Hindi
Gidir with its lighthouse or Barra Musa Kebir, known as the cradle of turtles.
With a little luck, you can observe turtles when they slowly crawl to the sandy islands to lay their eggs.
The horseshoe-shaped reef system Shaab Ambar is known for a large school of endemic
spinner dolphins.
But also mantas and huge shoals of mackerel, snappers and barracudas can be found
at the different stations.
Not infrequently, a group of bump head parrot fish, Napoleon or fusiliers blend with the reef community.

The species diversity of corals is not to be underestimated. On the steep walls gorgonians
are often standing in the current, lined with soft and hard corals. If you want to get
only the best in front of the mask, what the Red Sea has offer, a liveaboard in the Sudan
is essential.

 

 

1250 Euro

1100 Euro

Best of Sudan

01.03. – 08.03.2019

Service

  • 8 days/7 nights on board
  • Accomodation in a shared double cabin with shower and WC
  • Full board, coffee, tea, water, juice
  • Breakfast on departure
  • Max. 4 dives per day, last day 2 dives
  • 12l-tank, weights, guide
  • ENOS for free

Extras

  • Flights
  • 45 € surcharge for 15l-tank (pre-order!, payable on board)
  • Nitrox 5 Euro per dive, 70 Euro for the week package (payable on board)
  • Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages (payable on board)
  • Service-fee 50 € (payable on board)
  • Visa 155 $ (payable on board) (subject to change)
  • Currently: Germany 60 €, Austria 70 €, Switzerland 100 CHF
  • Meet & Assist, transfers and diving permit fee in Sudan 187 Euro  (payable on board, subject to change)
  • Fuel surcharge 50 Euro per person/week (on invoice, subject to change)

From the Isle of Turtles to the research village of Jacques Cousteau!

 

Sudan is one of the largest countries in Africa and extends over 400 km along the Red Sea.
As in Egypt also in Sudan the landscape, except on the bank of the Nile and some oases, is barren and desolate. As the country has no touristic infrastructure, a liveaboard is the only way to explore the stunning, pristine underwater world, as Hans Hass and Jacques Cousteau did also decades ago.
The name says it all. This tour shows the Sudan at its best. From Shaab Rumi, the reef
of Jacques Cousteau, the Wingate Reef where the Umbria lies, until the south to
Shaab Ambar, you‘ll find a stunning, pristine underwater world.
The reefs in Sudan are marked by jagged edges of reefs, caves and canyons and often
nearly straight sloping drop offs.
Often one meets current, in which swarms of hammerhead sharks, grey sharks, white and black tip reef sharks cavort.

Not without reason Jaques Cousteau has built his Precontinent II in Sudan.
The underwater research village can still be dived and is a highlight on this tour.
Although the buildings are impressive, but you should never forget to look into the blue water.

The Umbria at Wingate Reef is considered one of the finest wrecks in the world.
In addition to the crew‘s quarters one can visit also the holds and find all kinds of war material, aircraft tires, lifeboats or Fiat 1,100 Lunga.
In southern Sudan one has the chance of something very special. Reefs like Hindi
Gidir with its lighthouse or Barra Musa Kebir, known as the cradle of turtles.
With a little luck, you can observe turtles when they slowly crawl to the sandy islands to lay their eggs.
The horseshoe-shaped reef system Shaab Ambar is known for a large school of endemic
spinner dolphins.
But also mantas and huge shoals of mackerel, snappers and barracudas can be found
at the different stations.
Not infrequently, a group of bump head parrot fish, Napoleon or fusiliers blend with the reef community.

The species diversity of corals is not to be underestimated. On the steep walls gorgonians
are often standing in the current, lined with soft and hard corals. If you want to get
only the best in front of the mask, what the Red Sea has offer, a liveaboard in the Sudan
is essential.