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MY Blue Planet I

The baby of the Blue Planet Fleet.

The baby of the Blue Planet Fleet accommodating a maximum of 16 divers but she is fast! Staff is friendly and have been servicing guests for a number of years offering consistent high level of service.



The first dive safari ship and the baby of the fleet, the MY Blue Planet 1. It is fast, spacious and beautifully equipped. A friendly boat and ideal for small groups who would like to explore the north of the Red Sea of ??Hurghada. Built in 1999 and completely rebuilt in July 2013, the boat is 27 meters long. The Blue Planet 1 offers you the opportunity to dive the famous route the "North Wrecks". It is ideal for small groups, up to max. 15 people.

Ever wanted to go on a dive safari in a very small circle? Or charter a dive safari boat with a few friends, befriended couples? Very private and very individual diving? On the "MY Blue Planet 1", you can make this dream come true! A luxury that you will not find on the often well-stocked and large boats.

The MY Blue Planet 1 is ideal for friends, groups, clubs or diving clubs. Ask us and we will make you a private tour possible and at a fair price!

Cabins, up to a maximum of 15 guests. The Blue Planet 1 offers 6 twin cabins below deck and 2 upper deck cabins, all with bath and air conditioning. There is a comfortable lounge and dining area with TV, DVD and CD player. Outside you will find a spacious, shady, padded sundeck and 1 swim platform and plenty of space to relax. The well-designed and recently renovated dive platform offers a charging station for your dive light and camera batteries. The Blue Planet 1 also has two 6m zodiacs that will take you to dive sites accessible only by dinghy. Included in your tour are 3 freshly prepared meals a day, selected snacks between dives, soft drinks, water, tea and coffee.

On board you can also buy local wines, beer, mixed and diet drinks. The ship is an ideal vessel for divers who like to dive in smaller groups. It is a very good value for a liveaboard in the Red Sea. On board you can also buy local wines, beer, mixed and diet drinks. The ship is an ideal vessel for divers who like to dive in smaller groups. It is a very good value for a liveaboard in the Red Sea.

Standard Twin Stateroom

Blue Planet 1 offers 8 twin bedded cabins, all with en suite bathrooms and air conditioning. These can be adapted to double beddded cabins if required.

  • Twin beds
  • Air conditioning
  • Private bathroom

Route Options

North of Hurghada, the Red Sea divides into 2 arms, the Gulf of Aqaba and the Gulf of Suez. The entrance to the Gulf of Suez, which has been heavily used since the opening of the Suez Canal, is the road from Gubal. This is due to a variety of reefs and islands difficult to navigate. This was doomed to a large number of ships. Who has not heard of the 4 wrecks of Abu Nuhas or the Rosalie Moller and Thistlegorm. The North and Wrecks Safari features superb dive sites such as the Bluff Point or Blind Reef with colorful soft corals and its very short distances.

Dive sites that can be dived on this tour are the mystical SS Thistlegorm is a must for every Red Sea diver. It is a treat for wreck friends, not least because of their spectacular cargo. It also offers a variety of fish. Schools of barracudas or big tunas and snappers are not uncommon here. As an artificial reef, it also attracts countless coral fish. Worth seeing is the stern with its cannons, the midships and fore ship, the bow and the cargo, as well as the vehicles, the two locomotives, the tender and the water car. The currents at the wreck are moderate, sometimes strong. The view is generally moderate and often many boats are onsite. The best time to dive is the early morning hours.

Gubal Island: Bluff Point has next to the attractive Ulysses to offer another, currently unknown wreck in the north. Due to the prevailing, strong current, gorgonians and soft corals are particularly pronounced, and barracudas, like reef sharks, repeatedly cross the diver's path. In an extremely well-covered grotto below the anchorage, there are all kinds of cleaner shrimp, pipefish and frogfish to discover.

Rosalie Moller: The Rosalie Moller is considered one of the most beautiful wrecks in the northern Red Sea and is located on the west side of the Gubal Island. It convinces by the incredible wealth of small swarm fish. Add to this the diffuse atmosphere, as well as the almost perfect state of the former coal transport, which stands parked on the seabed. Because of the depth, the wreck is unsuitable for beginners. Strong currents are rather rare on the wreck.

Abu Nuhas: Also known as the "Ship Cemetery". Who has not heard of the 4 wrecks of Abu Nuhas? This reef has more ships than any other in the area. On the north side of Abu Nuhas, the four wrecks lie on a sandy seabed. Giannis D, SS Carnatic, Chrisoula K and Kimono M. On the south side there is a safe mooring for liveaboard ships. The exact dive safari route and reefs that are visited are weather dependent and depend on the diving experience of our guests.
North and wreck dive safari starts and ends in Hurghada.

Explore the stunning Brother Islands, which offer a breathtaking underwater world consisting of cliffs, wreck diving and a wealth of marine life. At the northern part of this liveaboard you can explore some of the best wrecks the Red Sea has to offer. An ideal tour for those who want to experience world famous wrecks and reefs.

The North & Brothers itinerary allows divers to experience the most popular sites in the northern Red Sea, including the wrecks of Abu Nuhas, before heading south to the famous Brother Islands. Dive and explore beautiful marine parks and the Brother Islands which offers a breath-taking underwater scenery consisting of wall diving, wreck diving and an abundance of marine wildlife.

Dive sites that can be dived on this tour the mystical SS Thistlegorm is a must for every Red Sea diver. It is a treat for wreck friends, not least because of their spectacular cargo. It also offers a variety of fish. Schools of barracudas or big tunas and snappers are not uncommon here. As an artificial reef, it also attracts countless coral fish. Worth seeing is the stern with its cannons, the midships and fore ship, the bow and the cargo, as well as the vehicles, the two locomotives, the tender and the water car. The currents at the wreck are moderate, sometimes strong. The view is generally moderate and often many boats are on site. The best time to dive is the early morning hours.

Abu Nuhas: Also known as the "Ship Cemetery". Who has not heard of the 4 wrecks of Abu Nuhas? This reef has more ships than any other in the area. On the north side of Abu Nuhas , the four wrecks lie on a sandy seabed. Giannis D, SS Carnatic, Chrisoula K and Kimono M. On the south side there is a safe mooring for liveaboard ships.

Giannis D - Abu Nuhas: The Giannis D lies at 26m depth on the port side with a perfectly intact stern and an impressive engine room packed with glass fish.

Carnatic - Abu Nuhas: A British P & O steamer that rode the reef in 1869. It lies in 29m depth. The whole hull is draped with colorful soft corals. The wreck is home to glassfish, octopus, moray eels and mackerel. From time to time a frogfish can also be spotted here.

Big Bother Island: A 400-meter-long island with 2 beautiful wrecks and magnificent walls. The wreck of Numidia is located at the northern tip between 10 and 80 meters. On the north-west side of the island is the wreck of the Aida. Each section of this reef is covered with corals and life.

Small Brother Island: The reef has a very high concentration of life in a very small area. Coral forests, overhangs, hard and soft corals in a variety and with amazing colours ... and of course there is a lot of fish! With regular sightings of hammerhead sharks, fox sharks, gray sharks, silk sharks and white tip reef sharks is to be expected at any time of the year. The exact dive safari route at North and Brothers that are visited are weather dependent and depend on the diving experience of our guests.

Nord and Brothers dive safari starts and ends in Hurghada.

North and Tiran Tour is like the North and Wreck Safari it allows in the Straits of Tiran, glimpse of some of the most notorious wrecks. Fascinating reefs and cliffs await the diver here. Tiran is in the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba and consists of four main reefs that are connected by an underwater bridge. These reefs are named after British cartographers (Jackson, Woodhouse, Thomas, Gordon). Tiran is world famous for its exceptional variety of corals and their strong southwestern currents. The home of many big fish in the Red Sea.

Dive sites that can be dived on this tour the mystical SS Thistlegorm is a must for every Red Sea diver. It is a treat for wreck friends, not least because of their spectacular cargo. It also offers a variety of fish. Schools of barracudas or big tunas and snappers are not uncommon here. As an artificial reef, it also attracts countless coral fish. Worth seeing is the stern with its cannons, the midships and fore ship, the bow and the cargo, as well as the vehicles, the two locomotives, the tender and the water car. The currents at the wreck are moderate, sometimes strong. The view is generally moderate and often many boats are on site. The best time to dive is the early morning hours.

Abu Nuhas: Also known as the "Ship Cemetery". Who has not heard of the 4 wrecks of Abu Nuhas? This reef has more ships than any other in the area. On the north side of Abu Nuhas , the four wrecks lie on a sandy seabed. Giannis D, SS Carnatic, Chrisoula K and Kimono M. On the south side there is a safe mooring for liveaboard ships.

Ras Mohamed: This is one of the world's most famous dive sites and is located at the top of Sinai. Two small reefs are connected by a vertical sloping wall. From the Shark Reef you can drive along a wall that drops several 100m down to the Yolanda Reef. The wall is completely covered with colourful corals. On the way to Yolanda Reef you reach a plateau with small blocks and coral islands. Once you arrive at Yolanda Reef you can see the scattered remains of the wreck 'Yolanda', which had a load of toilets and baths. The whole area is surrounded by a lot of fish. It is worthwhile to always investigate the blue! Here it is not uncommon to have an encounter with a tiger shark, Manta, Longimanus or Gray Reef Shark has.

Jackson Reef - Tiran: This is the northernmost reef and on the northern edge lies the wreckage of a freighter, which is considered a clear warning to ships. The dives are usually started from the moorings on the south side and you dive northwards over a forest of spectacular gorgonian fan corals that start at about 20 to 30 meters. There are so many different types of reef fish on this dive site. The dive can also be dived as a drift dive from the anchorage to the east with the reef on the left side. Here you dive along a remarkable steep wall with excellent coral growth.

Woodhouse Reef - Tiran: This is the longest of the 4 reefs in the Strait of Tiran. Here you will find reef sharks and eagle rays. You dive here with the current from south to north. At the southern part of the reef the steep wall is full of corals up to about 30m. There is a gorge along the reef that starts at about 25m.

Thomas Reef - Tiran: This is the smallest reef in the road and diving is determined by the weather, as it can lead to extremely strong currents. At the end of the vertical walls you will find on the southeast side a large plateau, which begins at about 25m. This plateau often has sleeping sharks on the sands and large gorgonians at the end.

Gordon Reef - Tiran: This is the southernmost of the four reefs and has a different topography than the other 3, offering a flat plateau and cliffs. A wide variety of reef fish and large schools of groupers can be seen here and on the sandy ground at 4 to 5 meters. There is an eel garden here. On the reef there is a lighthouse, where the wreck of the Lovilla, which sits almost parallel to the wreck on Jackson Reef.

Laguna Reef - Tiran: Here are the wrecks Kormoran and Million Hope. Both wrecks are north of the Laguna Reef and there must be good weather to dive. The exact dive safari route at North and Tiran, which are visited, are weather dependent and depending on the diving experience of our guests.
North and Tiran dive safari starts and ends in Hurghada .

North and Safaga itinerary allows experienced divers to soak up some of the most notorious wrecks and reef the Red Sea has to offer as well as pristine reefs of Safaga (Panorama Reef, Abu Kafan, Salem Express).

The Rosalie Moller is considered one of the most beautiful wrecks in the northern Red Sea and is located on the west side of the Gubal Island. It convinces by the incredible wealth of small swarm fish. Add to this the diffuse atmosphere, as well as the almost perfect state of the former coal transport, which stands parked on the seabed. Because of the depth, the wreck is unsuitable for beginners. Strong currents are rather rare on the wreck. Abu Nuhas, also known as the "Ship Cemetery". Who has not heard of the 4 wrecks of Abu Nuhas? This reef has more ships than any other in the area. On the north side of Abu Nuhas, the four wrecks lie on a sandy seabed. Giannis D, SS Carnatic, Chrisoula K and Kimono M. On the south side there is a safe mooring for liveaboard ships. The mystical SS Thistlegorm is a must for every Red Sea diver. It is a treat for wreck friends, not least because of their spectacular cargo. It also offers a variety of fish. Schools of barracudas or big tunas and snappers are not uncommon here. As an artificial reef, it also attracts countless coral fish. Worth seeing is the stern with its cannons, the midships and fore ship, the bow and the cargo, as well as the vehicles, the two locomotives, the tender and the water car. The currents at the wreck are moderate, sometimes strong. The view is generally moderate and often many boats are on site. The best time to dive is the early morning hours. Panorama Reef is also known as "Abu Alama", which means "Father of the Mast". This is an allusion to the concrete pillar that once marked the northern end of the reef and was replaced by a modern beacon. One day at the Panorama Reef you should spend with calm sea to explore the north and the south of the reef. It is only possible to dive the north side in a calm sea. But then the Red Sea shows itself from one of its most beautiful sides. First, the diver glides over a plateau, which drops to about 22 meters and is covered with colorful coral. After that comes a steep drop, which leads to 40 meters and even deeper. Here you will meet black corals next to huge gorgon fans and oversized soft corals. Overhangs, Columns and caves are waiting for the diver. The flora and fauna here is particularly lush and reef sharks patrol at regular intervals. Turtles, stingrays and several large shoaling fish, but also loners like the Napoleon, can be found at this fantastic dive site. The south of the reef can be dived in almost every weather condition. Again, the reef falls off in stages and offers everything that the Red Sea has to offer in terms of flora and fauna. In the upper shallower area, it pays off to spend several dives. The south plateau starts at 20m and ends at a depth of about 40m, which then drops steeply into the depth. On the southeast corner grow between 22m and 30m large Gorgonienfächer. Perfect for safety stop is the large, between 3m and 15m located anemone field at the southwestern corner of the main reef. Again and again there is something new to discover and, above all, in a wealth that one rarely encounters. Moray eels wind around coral rocks and millions of glassfish swarm around larger coral blocks and cave entrances. If you are too far away from the reef, there are often very strong currents that pull you into the open water. Almost at the southern tip of the Sinai are located in Ras Mo?amed National Park at the exit of Hidden Bay (Hidden Bay) two large and a small free standing reef. The more northern of the two large reefs is the Shark reef, the southern the Jolanda reef. North of the Shark reef is a coral group called Anemone City. West of Jolanda Reef is another much smaller reef, simply called Satellite Reef, Satellite Reef. The reef roofs are located about half a meter below the water surface.

Vessel Details

Year Built / Refurbished 1999, refurbished in 2013
Guest Numbers 16
Length & Width 27 metres long and 6.5 metres beam
Speed 12 knots
Engines 2 x 600 MAN
Generators 2 x 45 KW
Number of Cabins 8 twin air conditioned cabins with en-suites
Communication & Navigation Radar system, echo sounder, GPS, LCD sounder, chart plotter, SSB, GSM telephone and VHF
Salon & Dining Area Comfortable lounge and dining area
Entertainment TV/Video/DVD/CD media centre
Emergency Equipment Oxygen system and Medic First Aid Kit available aboard
Air Compressors 2 x elektr bauer compressors
Dive Deck Spacious dive deck with charging station, rinse tanks and fresh hot water showers
Wetsuit € 35
Jacket (BCD) € 35
Regulator € 35
Fins € 35
Mask & Snorkel € 35
Dive Computer € 35
Lamp € 35
15 l bottle (steel) € 30
Complete diving equipment € 135 - without lamp and dive computer
Equipment Rental All equipment rental prices listed above are per person per week. Each guest has to inspect rental equipment and check for good working order and to be free of defects before first use. Any damage or loss happened while rental gear is under responsibility of the guest should be immediately reported to the guide on board. Guide will advise extra cost for lost items.

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Marcelina

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Sunrise Marina Resort & Emperor Divers in Marsa Alam

The overall holiday was excellent value for money. Emperor Divers provided an outstanding dive experience on day boat trips to provide some of the most relax dives I have ever encountered at reasonable depths.

Sunrise Marina Resort & Emperor Divers in Marsa Alam

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Jackson Reef

Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea

Most northerly of the reefs of Tiran and the northern limit of day boats from Sharm El Sheikh. The wreck of the Lara lies at the northern end. There is superb wall diving along its entire perimeter, with numerous buttresses and gullies. Sightings of sharks, turtles and other big fish are not uncommon and you will find a huge diversity of different corals and sponges as well as clouds of trigger fish, masked puffers and banner fish. At the point you may be lucky and spot a Hammerhead in summer.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Drift Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 25m

Thomas Reef

Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea

Between Gordon and Woodhouse reefs, smaller round reef with walls plunging deep and fully covered with soft coral, gorgonians and colourful fish life. It is almost possible to circumnavigate this reef in one dive. The east wall plunges dramatically to great depths with a mass of brightly coloured soft corals. The west wall is darker with overhangs and caves but is a great drift dive with sightings of Trevally and Tuna in the blue and schooling reef fish close to the reef.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Drift Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 20m

Ras Mohammed

Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea

Ras Mohammed peninsula separates the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba. Currents flow out of both gulfs and bathe Ras Mohammed in rich nutrients, which assure plentiful and varied marine life. At Shark Reef and Yolanda wreck, many fish species can be found: groupers, barracuda, batfish, Napoleon wrasses, blue-spot stingrays and a special treat, crocodile fish. It's an amusing and memorable site to see groupers swimming around a huge mountain of toilets at the bottom of the sea.
Really several dive sites, Ras Mohammed has earned itself a reputation as one of the top diving areas in the world, here at the tip of the Sinai where the vast bodies of water, the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba meet has created an ecosystem like no other and wall diving is at its very best.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Drift Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18m

Thistlegorm

Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea

The Thistlegorm was discovered in 1956 by Jacques Cousteau and is probably the most famous wreck in the world. It sank in 1941 when it was hit by a German bomb that blew a hole in the port side, igniting tank ammunition that was in the hold. The explosion ripped the roof of the ship backwards, rather like opening a tin of sardines.
The stern section of the wreck lies almost horizontal to the sea bed; the remainder of the wreck is nearly upright. Inside the wreckage, tyres, tanks, motorbikes, Bedford trucks, waders and wellington boots can be seen. Penetration is possible around the bridge and blast area. The large propeller is still in position and the guns on the stern are in excellent condition.
Artillery litters the blast area. A bath tub can be seen towards the bow and a toilet near the stern. The sea life is impressive with possibility of seeing tuna overhead the resident turtle. Expect this to be very busy, especially once the day boats have reached it; it is likely to be chaos both on the surface and under the water.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Drift Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 31m

Abu Nuhas

Hurghada, Red Sea

Abu Nuhas is a large triangular shapped reef. Shaab Abu Nuhas means father of brass and it got the name because of all the brass that went down with the shipwrecks.

The reef is located just to the north of Shadwan Island and this area is covered with wrecks. The wrecks are located on the north side of the reef with the main ones being the Giannis D, the Carnatic, the Chrisoula K and the Kimon M.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 25m

SS Thistlegorm

Hurghada, Red Sea

The Thistlegorm was discovered in 1956 by Jacques Cousteau and is probably the most famous wreck in the world. It sank in 1941 when it was hit by a German bomb that blew a hole in the port side, igniting tank ammunition that was in the hold. The explosion ripped the roof of the ship backwards, rather like opening a tin of sardines.
The stern section of the wreck lies almost horizontal to the sea bed; the remainder of the wreck is nearly upright. Inside the wreckage, tyres, tanks, motorbikes, Bedford trucks, waders and Wellington boots can be seen. Penetration is possible around the bridge and blast area. The large prop is still in position and the guns on the stern are in excellent condition.
Artillery litters the blast area. A bath tub can be seen towards the bow and a toilet near the stern. The sea life is impressive with possibility of seeing tuna overhead the resident turtle. Expect this to be very busy, especially once the day boats have reached it; it is likely to be chaos both on the surface and under the water.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Shag Rock

Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea

Shag Rock is a large circular reef with two small wrecks on it. The Carina is a broken up wreckage of a 19th Century steamship that you drift past quickly. The kingston is another 18th century steamship, but is more intact than the Carina is. The reef makes quite a good dive with lots of branching coral, butterfly fish, yellow goatfish, sweet lips and sea cucumbers.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 16m

Giannis D

Hurghada, Red Sea

This Greek freighter hit the reef in April 1983 and over the course of two weeks slowly broke into two parts and sank. She is the most dived wreck in the area, laying in 24 metres and leaning to port with a fully intact stern section and an impressive engine room packed with glass fish.

The bow is very interesting too but is a long swim out. She is a great wreck for penetration but beware of disorientation due to the angle at which she lays. Be wary of the many lion fish and scorpion fish that call this wreck home and watch out for the strong surges in and around the wreck in rough weather.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 24m

Carnatic

Hurghada, Red Sea

The Carnatic is a British P & O steamer which struck the reef in 1869 and sank the next day as the weather worsened. She was a passenger and mail ship and is sometimes known as the ‘wine’ wreck for the numerous bottles once found in the holds; sadly not many now remain to be seen. Rumour has it that she sank with forty thousand pounds sterling of gold bullion, much of which was never recovered. The wreck lays in 29m and now the whole hull is draped in multicoloured soft corals and the inner areas are full of glass fish complete with red mouthed grouper sentinel. One davit supports a beautiful table coral. The wreck is now home to large grouper, octopus and morays and jacks and tuna cruise overhead.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 29m

Woodhouse Reef

Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea

The Woodhouse Reef is located between Thomas and Jackson reef, Woodhouse reef is the narrowest and longest reef in Tiran. With no moorings this dive is always done as a drift. The Reef offers a sheer wall dropping down to a sandy ledge at 30 meters and dropping away into the abyss. The most interesting point of this dive site is the famous canyon that opens out at a depth of 30 meters and runs parallel to the main axis of the reef. Here divers will have the opportunity to spot black coral at a depth of around 22 meters and lots of pelagic fish cruising past in the blue.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 22m
Dates Duration Route Room Type Price
21 Nov 2019
28 Nov 2019
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £635
5 Dec 2019
12 Dec 2019
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £635
12 Dec 2019
19 Dec 2019
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £635
19 Dec 2019
26 Dec 2019
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £635
26 Dec 2019
2 Jan 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £635
2 Jan 2020
9 Jan 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £635
6 Feb 2020
13 Feb 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £591
13 Feb 2020
20 Feb 2020
7 Nights North & Safaga Standard Twin Stateroom £635
20 Feb 2020
27 Feb 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £635
27 Feb 2020
5 Mar 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £591
2 Apr 2020
9 Apr 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
9 Apr 2020
16 Apr 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £635
23 Apr 2020
30 Apr 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £683
30 Apr 2020
7 May 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
7 May 2020
14 May 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £635
21 May 2020
28 May 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £683
28 May 2020
4 Jun 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
11 Jun 2020
18 Jun 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £683
18 Jun 2020
25 Jun 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £635
25 Jun 2020
2 Jul 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
2 Jul 2020
9 Jul 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £635
9 Jul 2020
16 Jul 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
23 Jul 2020
30 Jul 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
30 Jul 2020
6 Aug 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £635
6 Aug 2020
13 Aug 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
20 Aug 2020
27 Aug 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
3 Sep 2020
10 Sep 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £635
10 Sep 2020
17 Sep 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £683
17 Sep 2020
24 Sep 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £683
24 Sep 2020
1 Oct 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £732
1 Oct 2020
8 Oct 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £780
8 Oct 2020
15 Oct 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £732
15 Oct 2020
22 Oct 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £780
22 Oct 2020
29 Oct 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £732
29 Oct 2020
5 Nov 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £780
5 Nov 2020
12 Nov 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £732
12 Nov 2020
19 Nov 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £780
19 Nov 2020
26 Nov 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £732
26 Nov 2020
3 Dec 2020
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £635
3 Dec 2020
10 Dec 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £591
10 Dec 2020
17 Dec 2020
7 Nights North & Brother's Standard Twin Stateroom £635
19 Dec 2020
26 Dec 2020
7 Nights North & Wrecks Standard Twin Stateroom £591
26 Dec 2020
2 Jan 2021
7 Nights North & Tiran Standard Twin Stateroom £635