Quick Shadow dive boat review
The 32 meters Quick Shadow is a liveaboard offering scuba diving cruises on the Red Sea. The dive vessel was built in 2006 and has been kept in good shape ever since. Indeed, the Quick Shadow offers quality and comfort to divers wishing to discover the depths of the Red Sea.
Boat Cabins & Layout
The Quick Shadow can welcome a maximum of 20 guests on-board as it features 10 comfortable cabins. Every cabin is equipped with remote controlled air-conditioning and a private en-suite bathroom. Moreover, there are 6 cabins featuring two twin beds and also a quadruple occupancy cabin which is commonly used for 2 guests only if needed. Plus, the 3 other cabins each features a large double bed and they are either on the main or upper decks.
Quick Shadow’s on-board facilities
The Quick Shadow has air-conditioning running through the interiors for the guests comfort. The main deck is home to a spacious area which is used both as a salon and a dining room. Indeed, that’s where you’ll find cozy restaurant-like booth seating as well as a complete television and music entertainment system. Plus, with huge windows all accross the walls, you can enjoy the comforts of the interiors and still not miss any of the stuning view of the Red Sea!
Furthermore, as you step outside, you will soon realize that the coziness of the interior follows on the outside. Indeed, with more than enough lounging spaces, every guest will feel a sense of freedom and privacy. While the main deck is home to the dive deck and platform, the upper and top decks both feature huge sundecks. The upper deck’s lounging area is an open-air, yet covered sundeck which features plenty of cushioned seating, arm chairs and tables. Finally, the very top deck is a traditional sundeck, featuring mattresses and loungers.
Scuba diving with the Quick Shadow
Owned by the BlueWater Safari fleet, the Quick Shadow has two sisterships; the Independence II and the Seven7Seas. They all have been sailing on the Red Sea for a while and experienced teams on-board. Of course, the Quick Shadow is equipped with the latest and safest navigation and diving technologies.
The dive deck is spacious enough for the scuba diving operation to unfold smoothly every time. Indeed, with plenty of storage, efficiently stored materials and a camera table in the center, it’s all set for the best adventures. The compressors and bottles are on-board and taken care of by the professional crew. Plus, nitrox is available and there are two Yamaha diving tenders to assist in the diving operation.
Prices vary according to time of the year, trip duration and cabin types.
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Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?
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