MY Dreams Liveaboard Liveaboard Review

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MY Dreams Liveaboard dive boat review

MY Dreams is a 28 meter long liveaboard that can comfortably accommodate up to 16 divers in her 8 standard cabins, complete with en-suite facilities. The liveaboard has been focusing it’s activities on the Red Sea, since 2005.

It comes equipped with an extensive dive deck and platform complete with rinse tank, hot water shower and toilet.

There is also a shaded area with mattresses and loungers where divers can relax and unwind. Guests can also choose to spend time inside the air-conditioned saloon complete with an entertainment system ranging from TV to DVDs, music, as well as a library filled with fish ID books and those of varied general interests.

Both local and international menus are served buffet-style in the restaurant located on the main deck.

You can check the availability and prices for this boat here.

MY Dreams on board facilities and services include:

  • Nitrox
  • 2 motorised dive dinghies
  • Free 3G WiFi internet
  • Fish ID book
  • Water & juice dispenser

Budget Range/Rate: Starts at US$841 for a 7 night tour

Read more about the best Liveaboards in the Red Sea here.

Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?

Check out the fabulous places where this dive boat travels to.
Note: some destinations may not be listed below, please enquire for more details.

Sharm El Sheikh

Magnificent Reefs at Ras Mohammed and one of the best dive site in the World, the wreck of the SS Thistlegorm.

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Dive spots reviews in North Red Sea & Sharm El Sheikh

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The SS Thistlegorm Wreck is one of the best dive sites in the world and is actually considered by many as THE best Wreck...
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The Ras Mohammed National Park offers some of the best scuba diving in the Red Sea and in Egypt. Ras Mohammed dive sites...
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The Dunraven Wreck is a former 80m long Bristish Steamship. In March 1876, on its way back from India, she hits the Beac...
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The Kingston Wreck is located near Shag Rock dive site in the Strait of Gubal, North Red Sea. It has been long misidenti...

10 liveaboard reviews for “MY Dreams Liveaboard

  1. simply the worst live aboard ever. Dirty air for our whole trip – oil dripped ut of our regs on our return – rubbish bags are thrown in the sea. Started legal proceedings on our return

    • Hi Steve,

      My diveteam is scheduling a trip with MY dreams next year.
      Pretty hefty remarks you have.
      Did anything come out of the proceedings?

      thnx, Carlo

      • hi we were on the boat 2009. the boat appears to have nowhere to store refuse (even the guides had no cabin). The crew smoked by the tanks as we were analysing – one diver had a tank of 100% oxygen. the response from the operator and agent was appalling so we have avoided sea serpent since. The boat is still floating which is somewhat of a surprise but must mean they have changed some things.

        • Hi Steve!

          First, I’m sorry to here about such a bad experience, but thank you for sharing your review, it helps other divers make a good decision!

          Secondly, I just wanted to let you know I have deleted the other two comments which were saying the same thing and must have been published maybe cause the first ones did not appear.

          Have you been on liveaboard since ? We’d be happy to read your reviews on the related boat pages!

          Happy bubbles!

  2. Surely the comments from 2016 can now be removed.

    I believe it is Divezone responsibility to keep the site updated.

    I have no problems with people been notified with good information but keep updated

    • somewhat depends whether improvements have been made – I have seen no evidence or comments regarding that. Guess there is still nowhere to store refuse. Off to the doctors shortly to see if my breathing problems are related to the oil in the air on that trip.

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