Arabian Aggressor

Coming in 2020 to the Sudan and Djibouti destination is the Arabian Aggressor sailing on Friday to Friday expeditions. This 120 foot comfortable and modern equipped dive vessel carries 20 passengers with a crew of 12. She has 5 deluxe staterooms with side by side 2 twin berths and port holes. In addition, there are two the deluxe staterooms which have twin beds which can be converted into king size configurations. There are also 3 master staterooms with larger picture windows. All cabins have air-conditioning, flat screen TVs with lots of movie options and private facilities.

Up top, there’s a sundeck lounge area with hot tub; there perfect location to watch the stars of the Arabian nights. Mid-deck there’s the roomy salon for socializing, dining room and storage area. Aft is the spacious Dive Deck to make the whole diving operation smooth and easy.

Diving in the Sudan. What’s it like? Sudan is a vast area and  known for large reefs, lagoons and pinnacles, pristine coral and walls, schools of hammerhead sharks, grey sharks, white tip sharks, tuna, jacks and barracudas, lots of manta rays and wrecks.  Sudan is the largest country in Africa and bordered by Egypt to the north, the Red Sea to the northwest. The warm, crystal clear water of Sudan offers immense variety with over 400 species of coral and 1500 species of fish, turtles and sharks. It may be best known for seeing large schools of hammerhead sharks along with many other species of sharks and large schools of fish. It has one of the best preserved World War II wrecks in the Red Sea, the Umbria which is 500 feet long and lies on its port side in water that ranges from 15 to 155 ft deep. The freighter was built in 1912 in Hamburg, Germany and sold to Italy. In 1940, the captain was so determined to not let the British Navy overtake it in Port Sudan that the Captain gave orders to sink it due to its precious cargo of 360,000 aircraft bombs, ammunition and other supplies. Today you can also see hundreds of wine bottles aboard.

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Book by Dec 5, 2019. Valid for trips Jan 1, 2020-Dec 31, 2022

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