MY Sea Serpent Liveaboard Review

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This 33 meter long motor liveaboard built in 2001 was recently renovated to continue providing great liveaboard experience at a low cost without sacrificing quality.

MY Sea Serpent dive boat review

MY Sea Serpent liveaboard belongs to the popular Sea Serpent fleet that has been part of the liveaboard industry for decades.

Comfortable accommodation is available via the 10 air-conditioned cabins which are already equipped with towels & bathrobes, hot fresh water shower and cabinets and shelves where you can temporarily store your clothes and other personal belongings. A good choice of music plus a mini bar complete the relaxing ambiance on board.

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

Check out this video to view some of MY Sea Serpent’s dive destinations!

Guests will be amazed with the large dive deck and platform found onboard MY Sea Serpent. It is equipped with shower and toilet, a separate rinse tank for cameras, and nitrox refills to extend your fun time under the spectacular waters of the Red Sea. A Haskel pump and a blending station for helium and oxygen are also available for use.

Wondering if you can still continue your vegetarian diet during your liveaboard cruise? Fear not! MY Sea Serpent caters to all special diets, including vegetarian and halal if you inform them in advance. Guests can also choose to eat the delicious local and international food either in the indoor restaurant and bar or outside in the open-air dining area – divine!

On board facilities and services review:

  • 2 x 30 HP dive dinghies
  • Air-conditioned saloon with TV, DVD and music players
  • Library with movies, magazines, novels and fish ID books
  • Sun deck & shaded area with sun chairs & mattresses
  • Water dispenser

Budget Range/Rate: Starts at US$941 for a 7 night tour

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.

Hamata

Diving in Hamata offers unspoilt dive sites and access to the best part of the Red Sea far, and best of all - it's away from the tourist crowds.

Hamata Diving Review

Eilat

Eilat in Israel offers pristine diving conditions: warm, calm water, excellent visibility all year round, few or no currents, and a huge variety of corals and beautiful marine life!

Eilat Diving Review

Aqaba

Aqaba has all the beauty that the Red Sea has to offer but with out the usual crowds of Eilat and Egypt. Aqaba is also a great base for exploring the other historical sites around Jordan.

Aqaba Diving Review

Marsa Alam

Excellent Scuba Diving with great chances of spotting Dolphins, Dugongs, Oceanic Whitetip Sharks and Hammerhead Sharks. Access to famous dive sites of Elphinstone Reef and Abu Dabbab! Very Good Visibility.

Marsa Alam Diving Review

Nuweiba

Nuweiba is the Red Sea’s Macro and Muck diving paradise and is home to a variety of marine life not seen elsewhere.

Nuweiba Diving Review

Dahab

The Dahab Blue Hole is one of the most famous dive sites in the World. Beautiful hard and soft coral and excellent visibility.

Dahab Diving Review

Hurghada

Lots of good wrecks to dive and good place for Underwater Photography. Starting Point for Liveaboards to the South Red Sea. Very Good Visibility and good place to learn scuba diving.

Hurghada Diving Review

Sharm El Sheikh

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

Sharm El Sheikh Diving Review

Red Sea

The Red Sea is home to an array of amazing reefs with a teeming marine life, pelagic fishes, Reef Sharks, Dolphins and even the very rare Dugong!

Red Sea Diving Review

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Dive spots reviews in Marsa Alam & Red Sea & South Red Sea

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The Marsa Alam Dolphin House also called the Sha'ab Samadai Reef is a popular and famous dive site of Marsa Alam. It is ...
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Abu Nuhas dive site offers some of the best Wreck Diving in the Red Sea. It is an offshore reef in the Northern Red Sea ...
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The Brother Islands are a world famous scuba diving destination. It offers some of the best diving in Egypt and in Red S...
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The Rosalie Moller Wreck is a great deep dive for experienced divers only. You can either dive on a regular single tank ...
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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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Abu Dabbab is one of the most famous dive sites in the Red Sea and of all of Egypt. It is one of the few places in the w...
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Daedalus Reef offers some of the Best Diving in the Red Sea! It is an offshore reef located 80km East of Marsa Alam. It ...
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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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Elphinstone Reef is one of the most famous dive sites in the World and offers some of the best scuba diving in the Red S...
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The Fury Shoals make up several reefs along the Southwest Red Sea coast, offering amazing scuba diving opportunities wit...

One Liveaboard feedback for “MY Sea Serpent

  1. My husband and I did the Brothers Islands in January 2016 on the Sea Serpent. The boat is old and run down. Food was HORRIBLE. The hot water was inoperable for part of the trip and we had to use the crew bathroom because our shower was leaking into the cabin below us. The crew made a decision to remain in Hurghada longer to wait for a Russian couple who had been delayed by snow. This meant that we lost dive time in the Brother’s Islands. The crew tried to substitute some crappy sites near Hurghada which enraged many of the passengers on board. Although the crew was great, I would NEVER book on this liveaboard again. Lesson learned, you get what you pay for. Spend some more money on a better boat.

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