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Overview of Blue Horizon

With her contemporary and stylish design, Blue Horizon took Red Sea liveaboard comfort to a whole new level and won her 'Liveaboard of the Year' awarded by readers of Diver Magazine. Built in 2006 Blue Horizon is the flagship of the Blue O Two fleet and was the benchmark for all her sister liveaboards that followed.

Accommodation aboard Blue Horizon

The Blue Horizon has four twin cabins, five double cabins and four suites.
All cabins are en-suite with air conditioning, towel changed everyday, mini refrigerators and personal entertainment systems.
For guest facilities there is a Saloon and a Sky Lounge, a large dining area, shaded deck area and sun deck. So plenty of space to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Red Sea.

Drink & Dine

All meals are included on board.The breakfast is usually eggs cooked to your preference, cereals , fresh fruits, or bakery.
Then lunch and evening meals usually consist of chicken, beef or fish with vegetable and rice dishes with a choice of salads.
Snacks are available between dives. Water, soft drinks, tea and coffee are complimentary.
If your needs hold specific brands of food, try to bring them by your own, even if they do the best, it is not always available
If you have a favorite snack feel free to bring it with you as availability may be limited locally. For any special dietary requests, such as vegetarian meals, please inform us at time of booking and mention it to the crew on boarding Blue Horizon.
Beer, wine and spirits, along with carbonated mixers, are charged for onboard. Your dive guides will not allow you to dive after consuming alcohol or while still under its influence as alcohol impairs judgment and increases your risk of decompression sickness.

Technical Specification

Built: 2006
Length: 41 m
Breadth: 8.75m
Engines: 2 x 764 HP Caterpillar
Generators: 3 x Cat
Compressors: 2 x 450 Ltr L&W
Fresh water capacity: 6000 liters per day
Construction Material: Wood
Max of guests: 22
Number of cabins: 11
Number of crew:
Safety Equipment: The vessel is equipped by life jackets; life rafts; life aids; first aid & oxygen delivery system. A Tag and Dive System; Tender safety Boxes; a VHF Ship to tender Radios; Fire Fighting Equipment and a Engine Room Fire Control System (co2)

Diving Facilities

Diving amenities include:
Dive school- Equipment Rental-Nitrox membrane-Re-Breather Friendly- Tec Diving Friendly-Charging station-Photography Friendly-Compressors- Two Tenders-, and two or three dive guides.

Liveaboards Departures in Egypt

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