Please take a moment to browse our general rules for the full fleet of liveaboards available from Liveaboards Red Sea although some rules may vary slightly depending upon the operator.

Each cabin has portholes. We suggest that you open them as often as possible to let in fresh air to compensate for the air condition circulating the air. However, make sure you close the portholes while the boat is sailing.

icon-danDive Accident
In case of emergency, all vessels have a 50 liter oxygen tank and a medic first aid box onboard. We suggest that you make a special insurance in case of a diving accident that covers the expenses of the hyperbaric chamber and medical evacuation.

icon-danDiving Equipment
It is mandatory that each diver has the following equipment and papers:
Dive computer and decompression table, depth gauge and watch, a surface signaling device (SMB), snorkel, a medical certificate not older than one year, diving certificate, a regulator with alternate air source, torch and a weight belt even with integrated weight jackets.

icon-experienceDiving Experience
Marine Park destinations require a minimum level of experience of at least 50 logged dives and the last one shouldn’t be older than one year. If you fail to meet these requirements, the dive guides are entitled to stop you from going on certain dives, or the routing might be subject to change accordingly.

We have 220 volts power and we suggest that you bring a European normal adaptor.

icon-drinksFood and Drink
Apart from soft drinks, coffee, tea & water, several kinds of beer and local wines are available for purchase onboard of each of our liveaboards.
Needless to say, we provide full board accommodation (3 meals and 1 snack) for all our clients during their stay onboard.

icon-shoeFootwear Onboard
It is forbidden to use road shoes onboard. Please take with you bathroom shoes, warm socks, or light sailing shoes.

icon-healthHealth Onboard
Onboard we only have basic emergency medication. If you feel the need may arise for any special medication during the trip, please take a small supply with you.
In any case don’t forget stomach and diarrhea medication, sea sickness tablets or plasters and ear drops and please make sure it will not affect your ability to dive.

icon-visaPayment Onboard
Most vessels accept major credit cards onboard, with 3% service charge .
We accept most currencies onboard with a fair exchange rate.

icon-danSafety Procedures
As for the safety onboard, life jackets, life rafts, many floating devices are available. You can find fire extinguishers in the cabins, salon and engine room.
Upon your arrival onboard, please familiarize yourself with the location and operating methods of the safety devices.

Diving equipment are not allowed into the salon or the cabins.
The salon and cabins are strictly dry areas due to the difficulty of drying moisture stains on the material.

icon-toiletShowers and Toilets
All our motor vessel have ensuite shower facilities for your comfort. Bathroom towels are provided to our guests as well as bathrobes.
Still, we recommend bringing your own towel for use outside the cabin.
Please don’t use too much shampoo and soap because shower water eventually ends up in the sea. It is better to buy world known ecologically friendly products that don’t affect the environment. Please help us preserve nature.
Please don’t throw anything in the toilet bowls, including toilet paper and sanitary pads, to avoid toilet blocks and damage to the eco system. Garbage bins are placed in the toilets especially for that purpose.

icon-accommodationSleeping on Deck
It is not allowed to take bed sheets, covers or mattresses out of the cabin on the deck.
If you wish to sleep outside, please bring with you a sleeping bag and use the mattresses from the sundeck.

icon-no-smokingSmoking Onboard
It is not allowed to smoke in the cabins and in the salon. The liveaboard has fire alarms installed for your safety which are activated with a little amount of smoke.
Please use ashtrays and don’t throw cigarette butts in the sea.
Cigarette filters are non biodegradable and with time may damage the reefs or harm marine life.
It is also not unheard of that an unwary smoker threw a cigarette that fell into the RIB setting it on fire.

In the Red Sea we have a dry desert climate. You can expect a temperature of 35 C in the summer time. In the winter time it gets colder in the evenings and if there is wind it’s suggested that you bring a jumper. On the boat it is enough to bring light summer clothes and a jumper for cold evenings.

Some rules may vary dependent on operator. If you have any specific questions please ask at time of booking or contact us.