Hey, jingle bells, jingle bells….Jingle all the way
It’s Christmas time
It’s time for miracles, warm chatting about memories, future and time for fairy tales
We will create our fairy tale and discover the unknown in the deep blue of the Red Sea.
Make a wish and join the magic Christmas trip. All wishes will come true
St. John trip
Boat M/Y Blue Zone
Luxury steel yacht.
Year of construction 2022.
Dimensions: 45M long – 9M wide.
Capacity up to 30 Pax at 12 Double rooms and 3 suites.
All cabins contain a Bathroom, Air conditions, Towels
2 Covered areas: Salon and Restaurant.
3 large sundecks.
Nitrox and Trimix.
21.12 Check-in at Port Galib
22.12 Abu Dabab (check dive – check drift dive)
23.12 Habili Ali – Habili Gafar – Dangerous Reed– Night Dive
24.12 Small St. John – St. John Caves 2 dives – Night Dive
25.12 Maksur – Malahi – Claudia – Night Dive
26.12 Shaab Sharm – Shaab Marsa Alam – Night dive
27.12 Elphinstone – Back to port Galib
* Plan can be changed according to weather condition
Price / Pax
Cabins # 1-6 1200 EUR
Cabins # 7-12 /14-15 1300 Euro
Cabin # 13 1400 Euro
Port Galib fee
12L tank and weights
Staff tips 80 EUR / week
Environment fee 50 EURO
Available with extra price
Rental equipment – Tanks – Tech and Rebreather service
*Room reservations by priority reservation
Dive sites high lights
St. John’s reefs lie on the tropic of cancer, south of Ras Banas. Between the coast and Zabarged Island, almost 150km south of Marsa Alam.
St john covers an area of 290 km2 and offers a greater diversity of diving in the Red Sea. It’s astonishing coral walls, a coral garden, and caves.
The depth of St. John goes down to 200m which attracts lots of reef sharks. also, Hammerhead, Oceanic whitetip, and thresher sharks. Other pelagic creatures found in the area as bottlenose Dolphins, Sea turtles, Jacks, Tuna, and Barracudas.
Habili is the Arabic word for a reef that never breaks the surface
Is an oval-shaped reef and is the easternmost diving point of St. John’s. Its walls and ridges are full of beautiful coral, with great specimens of elkhorn coral, blue coral, large gorgonian fans, many whip corals, and black coral forests. Drift diving is the best way to admire the inlaid coral and reef fish living in the steep walls.
Very small oval-shaped reef. Habili Jaffar’s top is permanently 3 to 4 meters from the water surface. With deep walls dropping away on all sides this is an ideal spot for some big pelagic action. Schools of barracuda, jacks, and trevallies tend to form on the northern side, where the current can be strong (sweeping from north to south). White-tip sharks and even grey reef sharks are a distinct possibility.
The most south dive site in the St. John area, it takes a diamond shape. On the south tip of the diamond, there is a sandy sloping bottom with hard coral down to 30m. the main reef has some fissures making small tunnels, some of the tunnels have a full overhead environment, but you are never far from a visible exit. Out of the tunnels east or west a good coral garden.
Dangerous reef best chosen after the deep dives and offer us shelter for the night and excellent night dive.
Small reef with the best drops off at the area, all the sides are slope off and droop off to deep, covered with soft coral, gorgonian and black coral growing on the walls. The south edge of the reef is full of hard coral and conical-shaped coral.
St John’s cave
In an area where shallow cracks open into small caverns, which natural light allows easy penetration, caves hang up at depth 3-8m.
Very tiny reef, 800m long reef surrounded by steep walls, which meet the seafloor at a depth of 100 m.
The south end is a large plateau 15-35m covered with amazing soft coral and 2 large pinnacles, the edge is ideal for shark sightings since they often patrol there.
The northern side is sloping reef walls form an elongated plateau starting at 25 m that drops into the depths at 40 m.
Surrounded reef hang at sandy seabed at a depth of 18 to 20 m. The reef formation is like a playground of craggy corals with 6-8m depth.
Small reef hanging at the sandy bottom at depth 20m, The west side of the reef features an abundance of beautiful hard coral formations with stony and boulder corals. The southern side of the system there is a spacious cavern with an opening in the ceiling, allowing the sunlight to penetrate and create a fascinating atmosphere inside the cavern.
One of the best dive sites in the world, located 30Km North of Marsa Alam, 12Km of the shore. Elphinstone is a very tiny reef as a cucumber-shaped reef hanging in deep water which offers spectacular wall drift diving with wonderful coral. In each end, an 80m long, slender plateau reaches out into the blue. Each one has got its own significant main characteristic feature.
The north plateau has a crack across the very tip creating a separate pinnacle in the extension of the plateau
The south plateau has an arch-like tunnel running through the base where according to the legend a Pharaoh is buried in a sarcophagus. How this legend started off is not hard to grasp when visiting the tunnel. In its middle, a perfectly shaped block in the right size resembles a coffin or sarcophagus.
The east and the west walls are equally good, so the sun angle is the main consideration. Generally, it can be said that after a visit to the end of either plateau it’s worth getting to a shallow depth as soon as possible
located 40Km south of Marsa Alam,
Shaab Sharm is a kidney stone-shaped reef with Sloping walls, at the east tip is a plateau covered by soft coral, arranged by hard coral, you can spot Manta and Oceanic sharks. Under the plateau is a large overhead cave at depth 50 m to 50 inside
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