- Ideal for small groups/private charter
- Part of Tornado Marine Fleet
- Nitrox available
- Longer/shorter durations available
- Tailor itineraries
Tempest is the ideal private charter Red Sea liveaboard for smaller groups that want a friendly atmosphere with the comfort of a larger vessel. Part of the award winning Tornado Marine Fleet, she is smaller than her larger sister ships but meets the same high standards you would expect of a modern Red Sea liveaboard. And with the whole boat, you have the freedom to tailor your diving to suit your needs - perfect if you are a group looking for world class diving in the Northern Egyptian Red Sea!
At 25m from bow to stern, Tempest sleeps only 12 guests as standard so there is still plenty of space for everyone to relax. The 6 cabins are are all en suite with shower, individual AC and ample storage space for all your goodies. There are an additional 2 upper deck cabins which are not en suite if your group is slightly larger.
The saloon and dining area is well equipped with a bar, stereo system and a large plasma screen to view the days footage or to sit back and enjoy a movie. There are plenty of charging stations around the saloon as well as in each cabin. Both sun lovers and those who prefer the shade will find a spot to relax in. The dive deck, which leads onto a large dive platform. Nitrox is available on board. So if you are planning a special celebration or are a group who want some privacy, then make a beeline for Tempest.
- Cabins: 6
- Guests: 12
- Ensuite Cabins: Yes
- Individual A/C: Yes
- Mini bar: No
- Guides: 2
- Tenders: 1
- Compressors: 2 x K14
- Nitrox: Yes
- Rebreather Friendly: No
- Charging Stations: Yes
- Length: 27m
- Breadth: 7m
- Engines: 2 x 400 HP
- Generators: 3 x 75 KW
- Construction Material: Wood
- Desalaination: 8 ton capacity
- 1 x rinse tank, charging stations (2 pin European plugs) and camera table on dive deck with air gun
21 October 2013
Great dives, loved the dive on the deep wall on shark and Yolanda. Visibility was great, saw a lot of large moray eels along the wall. There were also a few crocodile fish camouflaged into the sand. Night dive was great too, very funny seeing the lion fish using the light of the torch to hunt for food. Steven Brown
02 July 2012
Excellent. Perfect size for the group. Comfortable cabins with useful storage space and great sized bathrooms, drinks on tap, practical charging stations for batteries, lovely sun deck etc. Very professional captain also, who had a wonderful air of calm competence and applied it all the way. Peter
21 July 2010
The staff member Hamassa was excellent, prompt with the food serving, attention to detail and he went the extra mile to assist! Mustaffa stood ready to help with our gear, before and after the dives, much appreciated! The cooks did a great job with the food! Anon
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