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MY ODYSSEY

Odyssey is a new luxury 40 metre long steel boat and one of the fastest safari boats in the Red Sea. Modern European design, comfortable  Accommodation which comprises of 13 cabins all fully air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms. You can relax in the air-conditioned salon and watch the TV/Video, excellent delicious food is served in the huge dining room. The outdoor spaces are designed for relaxation with two big sundecks and a Jacuzzi

 SPECIFICATIONS

SAMPLE ITINERARY

SCHEDULES 2015

DIVE SITES

360 TOUR OF MY ODYSSEY

 MY ODYSSEY TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

LOA 40m, LWL 34m

Beam 8.5m, Draught 2.6m

Displacement 342 tons

Cruising Speed: • 12 Knots

Range:  5000 nautical miles @ 9 Knots

Fuel Capacity: 35 m3

Fresh Water Capacity: 8 m3 (in tanks)

Electricity Generation: 2 x Perkens 155 KW Lloyd's approved • 1 x Perkens 80 KW Lloyd's full class approved

Main Engines:  2 x MAN V12 21000CC  1100 hp@2100 rpm, Lloyd's full class approved Medium duty

Gear Boxes: 2 x ZF 3000A • Full class approved

Propulsion:  Propellers: 2 x 5 blade, fixed pitch 1.05 DAR, Aqua skew

Stern Tube: water lubricated between flangers

Breathing Air Compressors:  1 x Pouwer 600 1/min heavy duty • 2 x Coltry 250 l/min

Pumps: (Fire, Bilge, Fuel) • Bombas ITUR - Spain • Lloyd's full class approved

Pumps: (Fresh water pumping & transfer)  AC, Sewage • EBARA (AISI 316L) - Italy • DIN 24255

Water Maker:

1 x 24 m3/day (industrial plant)

Sewage Treatment Plant:

Kimatech 2000, capacity 7500 L/day

Sanitary:

First aid kit, oxygen kit

 Air Conditioning:

Air chilled system trough out

DWN COPELAND compressors

Fan coils: TRANE

SAFETY

Fire Detection:• SIRA - Italy Model C/700

Fire Fighting: BAVARIA - co2, foam, powder - extinguishers, fire boxes, fire hoses

Navigation Equipment: GPS, Radar, Chart plotter, Digital compass, Magnetic compass, echo sounder, forward looking sonar, Weather station, Barometer

Communication

VHF - DSC radio, HF radio, 4xVHF portables, GMDSS

Satellite phone, GSM phone, Fax, Internet connections

E.P.R.I.P, LifeRafts 2x25 persons

WiFi marin satellite system

Tenders:

1 x 620 m rigid hull 85 Hp (Tiger Marine tender, Yamaha engine)

1 x 420 m rigid hull 25 Hp (Tiger Marine tender, Mariner engine)

ACCOMMODATION

Total comfort with accommodation for 26 guests up to 28 guests

2 King Suites - Double Occupancy - Main Deck

2 Queen Suites - Double Occupancy - Main Deck

1 Queen Suite - Double Occupancy - High Deck

7 Cabins - Double Occupancy - Lower Deck

1 Cabin - Double Occupancy - High Deck

2 Quad Cabins - Quad Occupancy - Lower Deck

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HIGHLIGHTS

- Brother Islands: The Big Brother and the Little Brother are 140km far away from the cost. The walls of Little Bother are covered with anemones, sponges and all kinds and colors of soft corals. The possibility of seeing sharks is not unusual. Sometimes you can see thresher sharks, silvertip and whitetip reef sharks grey sharks and hammerhead sharks. On the Big Brother, in the middle of the island, is a lighthouse. There are also 2 wrecks there: "Numibia" and "Aida". “Numibia” sunk 100 years ago, she lies between 10 and 80m depth covered with hard and soft corals. The "Aida" sunk 1957, she lies at the depth between 30 and 60m. At the Brothers you may face strong currents so it makes sense to be an experienced diver to dive there

 

- Daedalus Reef: 180km south of the Brother Islands is this amazing reef. It is surrounded by a sheer wall and the south plateau goes from 30m to 40m. Sometimes when the conditions are good it makes sense to drift from the north along the drop off to the south. You will love it!!

 

- Elphinstone: One of the most beautiful reefs in the south Red Sea with a north and a south plateau and an amazing drop off with black and soft corals and gorgonias and a great possibility to see big sharks. When the weather conditions are good it makes sense to drift from north to south. Absolutely beautiful!!

BROTHER ISLAND AND ELPHINSTONE

- Brother Islands: The Big Brother and the Little Brother are 140km far away from the cost. The walls of Little Brother are covered with anemones, sponges and all kinds and colors of soft corals. The possibility of seeing sharks is not unusual. Sometimes you can see thresher sharks, silvertip and whitetip reef sharks grey sharks and hammerhead sharks. On the Big Brother, in the middle of the island, is a lighthouse. There are also 2 wrecks there: "Numibia" and "Aida". “Numibia” sunk 100 years ago, she lies between 10 and 80m depth covered with hard and soft corals. The "Aida" sunk in 1957, she lies at the depth between 30 and 60m. At the Brothers you may face strong currents so it makes sense to be an experienced to dive there

 

- Elphinstone: One of the most beautiful reefs in the south Red Sea with a north and a south plateau and an amazing drop off with black and soft corals and gorgonias and a great possibility to see big sharks. When the weather conditions are good it makes sense to drift from north to south. Absolutely beautiful!!

DEEP SOUTH: ELPHINSTONE AND ST. JOHNS

- Elphinstone: One of the most beautiful reefs in the south Red Sea with a north and a south plateau and an amazing drop off with black and soft corals and gorgonias and a great possibility to see big sharks. When the weather conditions are good it makes sense to drift from north to south. Absolutely beautiful!!

 

- St. John´s: This reef group is quite virginal because of the long distance. One of the walls is overgrown with big gorgonias, others are overgrown with all kind of colourful soft corals and with a bit luck you can see hammerhead sharks and other big fish like barracudas and tunas in the blue.

NORTH/WRECK TOUR

Diving at the most famous wrecks in the Red Sea:

- Thistlegorm: The British ship was on its way to Egypt when it got bombed by the Germans. Now it´s lying on the sea bottom at 30m depth. There is still a lot of the cargo on this wreck: trucks, motorcycles, railway carriage, tanks and one railway engine.

- Giannis D.: A Greek cargo ship, sunk in 1983. A beautiful wreck and also easy to dive inside because there are many entries and exit points. Maximum depth 27m.

- Carnatic: Sunk in 1969. A steamship which strucked the reef and sunk the next day. The deck has fallen away. This wreck is full with corals, very photogenic. Maximum depth 24m.

- Dunraven: Sail-powered vessel, carrying timber and spices sunk in 1876 on its way from Bombay. It´s broken in 2 pieces and lies upside down at a depth of 28m. The bow is in 18m.

- Marine Park Ras Mohammed: Amazing reefs, for example Jolanda and Shark reef. Both are great drops off with a good possibility to see sharks.

 

 

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FROM TO ITINERARY ROUTE PRICE
09.05.2015 16.05.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam BDE POR
16.05.2015 23.05.2015 Marsa Alam-Marsa Alam St Johns-Abu Fendira POR
23.05.2015 30.05.2015 Marsa Alam-Hurghada BDE POR
30.05.2015 13.06.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam BDR POR
13.06.2015 20.06.2015 Marsa Alam-Hurghada B.D.E POR
20.06.2015 27.06.2015 Hurghada-Hurghada Bio and Photo Safari POR
27.06.2015 03.07.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam BDE POR
12.07.2015 26.07.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam Marine Park POR
01.08.2015 08.08.2015 Marsa Alam-Hurghada B.D.E POR
08.08.2015 22.08.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam Marine Park POR
22.08.2015 29.08.2015 Hurghada-Hurghada North POR
29.08.2015 05.09.2015 Hurghada-Hurghada North POR
05.09.2015 12.09.2015 Hurghada-Hurghada Best of Tiran POR
19.09.2015 26.09.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam Sharks and Dolphins POR
26.09.2015 03.10.2015 Marsa Alam-Marsa Alam Rocky, Zabargad, Daedalus POR
03.10.2015 10.10.2015 Marsa Alam-Hurghada B.D.E POR
10.10.2015 17.10.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam Sharks and Dolphins POR
17.10.2015 24.10.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam Rocky, Zabargad, Daedalus POR
24.10.2015 31.10.2015 Marsa Alam-Marsa Alam B.D.E POR
31.10.2015 07.11.2015 Marsa Alam-Marsa Alam St Johns-Abu Fendira POR
07.11.2015 14.11.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam Rocky, Zabargad, Daedalus POR
14.11.2015 21.11.2015 Marsa Alam-Hurghada BDE POR
21.11.2015 28.11.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam BDE POR
28.11.2015 05.12.2015 Marsa Alam-Marsa Alam BDE POR
05.12.2015 12.12.2015 Marsa Alam-Marsa Alam BDE POR
12.12.2015 19.12.2015 Marsa Alam-Marsa Alam St Johns-Abu Fendira POR
19.12.2015 26.12.2015 Hurghada-Marsa Alam BDE POR
26.12.2015 02.01.2016 Hurghada-Hurghada Brothers POR

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

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RED SEA DIVE SITES

 RED SEA DIVE SITE INFORMATION

- Elphinstone: One of the most beautiful reefs in the south Red Sea with a north and a south plateau and an amazing drop off with black and soft corals and gorgonias and a great possibility to see big sharks. When the weather conditions are good it makes sense to drift from north to south. Absolutely beautiful!!

 

- Daedalus Reef: 180km south of the Brother Islands is this amazing reef. It is surrounded by a sheer wall and the south plateau goes from 30m to 40m. Sometimes when the conditions are good it makes sense to drift from the north along the drop off to the south. You will love it!!

 

- Zabargad: Here you will see all....drop offs, coral gardens, walls and on the north side there is a nameless wreck at the depth of 26m

 

- Rocky Island: This dive site is a dream for every diver!! Steps going down slowly to the deep blue, walls and drops offs are covered with all kind of soft and hard corals as well as gorgonias, black coral trees, sponges and fans. It seems like all kind of fish live in this amazing place and mostly you will see white and black tip reef sharks as well as grey reef sharks. Most of the time when you just look in the blue you can see manta rays, dolphins and sometimes sailfish.

 

- St. John´s: This reef group is quite virginal because of the long distance. One of the walls is overgrown with big gorgonias, others are overgrown with all kind of colourful soft corals and with a bit luck you can see hammerhead sharks and other big fish like barracudas and tunas in the blue.

 

Abu Fandera: a place, not often visited by safari boats because of the long distance is an amazing spot with all kind of corals and fish.

 

- St. John´s: This reef group is quite virginal because of the long distance. One of the walls is overgrown with big gorgonias, others are overgrown with all kind of colourful soft corals and with a bit luck you can see hammerhead sharks and other big fish like barracudas and tunas in the blue.

 

- Abu Fandera: a place, not often visited by safari boats because of the long distance is an amazing spot with all kind of corals and fish.

 

- Elphinstone: One of the most beautiful reefs in the south Red Sea with a north and a south plateau and an amazing drop off with black and soft corals and gorgonias and a great possibility to see big sharks. When the weather conditions are good it makes sense to drift from north to south. Absolutely beautiful!!

 

- Zabargad: Here you will see all....drop offs, coral gardens, walls and on the north side there is a nameless wreck at the depth of 26m

 

- Rocky Island: This dive site is a dream for every diver!! Steps going down slowly to the deep blue, walls and drops offs are covered with all kind of soft and hard corals as well as gorgonias, black coral trees, sponges and fans. It seems like all kind of fish live in this amazing place and mostly you will see white and black tip reef sharks as well as grey reef sharks. Most of the time when you just look in the blue you can see manta rays, dolphins and sometimes sailfish.

 

- St. John´s: This reef group is quite virginal because of the long distance. One of the walls is overgrown with big gorgonias, others are overgrown with all kind of colourful soft corals and with a bit luck you can see hammerhead sharks and other big fish like barracudas and tunas in the blue.

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