Lucy in Djibouti: NEW Liveaboard!

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Lucy in Djibouti: NEW Liveaboard!

M/Y Lucy is a 37 meters mono hull purpose built liveaboard with clean contemporary interior design finished to a high standard. Lucy arrived in in 2016 in time for the Whale Shark season and to dive the reefs of the southern Red Sea including the Sawabi Islands, aka the Seven Brothers.

How to Book: You can give our liveaboard dive experts a call on 01273 921 001 or for more information and departure dates visit

Lucy sleeps 22 guests and up to 24 guests for groups. Cabins have climate controlled air-con with en suite shower, mini bar, reading lights and bed side USB charging points. The lounge room is equipped with a 65″ Ultra HD cinema surround system, hand made speakers by French firm ‘Focal’ and a bar.
The dive deck superbly laid out with ample space for all your accessories, charging points and with superb wall mounted bluetooth/USB Clarion music player, marine grade amps and Q Aquistics ceiling speakers.
The top and sun deck are furnished to the highest standard with bean bags and sufficient seating area or lie down for a nap or to take up some sun.
Tech Spec
  • Built: 2007
  • Length: 37 m
  • Breadth: 7.5 m
  • Engines: 2 x Cummins 700Hp
  • Generators: 2 x 80Kw
  • Compressor: 3 compressors 2600 l/min – NITROX
  • Fresh Water Capacity: Water-makers 8000L per 24hour
  • Construction Material: Wood
  • Max of guests: 22
  • Number of cabins: 12
  • Number of Crew: 10
  • Safety Equipment includes: Oxygen, first aid kit, defibrillator, Life jackets , VHF , SAT Phone, 2 life raft
  • 30 x 12 litres + 15 x 15 litres, aluminum tanks, DIN & International fittings. 400 kg of lead weight
Encounters with Whale Sharks: From mid October to February with the plankton ‘blooms’ in Goubet al Kharab (the Devil’s Cauldron)
The Seven Brothers: The islands off the coast of Djibouti boast 200 recorded species of coral, some of which are endemic to the region, and plenty of reef and pelagic marine life.