Exciting Red Sea diving safaris with an enticing blend of luxury and adventure
- Liveaboard safaris in Egypt's southern Red Sea, Sudan, and Djibouti
- Incredible encounters with whale sharks, schooling hammerheads and dolphins
- Generous cabins and common areas, with plenty of room to relax during long passages
- Three to four dives each day focused on reefs, wrecks, walls, and wildlife like sharks
Completely refitted for liveaboard diving, Nemo is a spacious safari vessel with updated interiors, comfortable cabins, and outstanding diver-friendly facilities. This boat offers some of the Red Sea's most interesting itineraries, with trips to Egypt's south, Sudan, and Djibouti. These voyages take adventurous divers into lesser-visited waters home to incredible wildlife like schooling hammerheads and whale sharks. Trips include up to four dives per day, guided and unguided snorkelling, and naturalist presentations. No matter which adventure you embark on, you'll be well looked after with a professional crew catering to your every need, both above and below the waterline.
Number of cabins
Scheduled, private charter available
Part of Egypt's renowned Dune fleet, Nemo offers an exciting selection of liveaboard itineraries throughout the Red Sea - with voyages in Egypt, Sudan, and Djibouti. This vessel was entirely updated in 2011, modernising its already spacious and stylish interiors and adding additional facilities for divers. Nemo's dedicated crew is happy to help with whatever you may need during your trip, offering highly personalised customer service both in and out of the water. And, best of all, Nemo is an especially spacious option, with tons of room to relax during long passages and a laid-back atmosphere onboard.
Nemo's itineraries aren't just diverse when it comes to the destinations. This boat offers highly focused voyages, with themed trips taking in the best of Red Sea reef and wall diving, supersized marine wildlife like whale sharks and hammerheads, and sobering shipwrecks. Guests are also invited to participate in citizen science expeditions, working alongside researchers to collect information on some of the region's most exciting marine wildlife. Most of this boat's planned itineraries are best suited to advanced divers, with experience diving in a current and at depths beyond 30 metres.
Nemo offers comfortable twin and double cabins and one expansive suite, boasting modern furnishings and extra room to relax in. Outside your cabin door, you'll find spacious air-conditioned common areas, including a well-equipped salon and dining room, complete with comfortable banquettes and an entertainment centre. Three delicious meals are served each day, with global dishes to suit every palate. Hot and cold drinks, snacks, and fruit are available throughout the day, and alcohol is sold once the day's adventures are done. Above deck, you'll find sun loungers and shaded seating - perfect for sun tanning or relaxing with a book.
Diving from Nemo
This boat was completely redesigned for Red Sea diving adventures, adding tons of modern facilities for scuba. You'll enjoy easy diving from two custom zodiacs - allowing your group to make descents straight into the action and return to Nemo with no long surface swims. Back on the spacious, shaded dive deck, you'll find individual gear storage, showers, and camera rinse bins. Plus, perfectly maintained rental equipment, 15-litre tanks, and free nitrox for qualified divers. Nemo's highly-trained international team of instructors and guides is happy to give as much assistance or freedom as you prefer to help each guest enjoy the trip of a lifetime.
- Bring a bit of pocket cash for onboard extras like gear rental, courses, gratuities, and drinks from the bar.
- You'll want to use nitrox while diving in Sudan - longer bottom times help with the search for hammerheads!
- Join one of Nemo's shark education itineraries for a chance to get hands-on working alongside researchers.
- Advanced open water certification and 50 logged dives are required to join this boat's most adventurous itineraries.