CASSIOPEIA LIVEABOARD SUDAN

 

Overview of Cassiopeia

M/Y Cassiopeia, along with sister vessel Andromeda, are the latest additions to the handful of Sudan liveaboards. Outside the Sudan season Cassiopeia heads north back to the Egyptian Red Sea. M/Y Cassiopeia is 40m long steel diving liveaboard vessel and can accommodate up to 26 divers in first-class comfort.

Accommodation aboard Cassiopeia

The M/Y Cassiopeia has 5 cabins with queen-size beds to fit the needs of the couples travelling. There is plenty of space for packing and the cabins are equipped with private bathrooms including shower, sink and toilet. The twin-bed cabins, just like the double-bed cabins, have lots of storage space, private bathroom with shower, sink and toilet and ample room for moving around in the spacious cabins.

Drink & Dine

Meals consist of both local and international dishes served buffet style. In addition to the 4 meals a day, snacks, cookies and fruit are always available. Tea, coffee, drinking water, soft drinks, fruit, biscuits, candy bars, toast are free of charge. Beer and spirits are available for purchase on board. Vegetarians are catered for on this boat.

Technical Specification

Built: 2009, refurbished in 2014
Length: 40 m
Breadth: 8 m
Engines: 2 x MAN diesel 1150 HP each
Generators: 2 x 80 KW Silent generators
Water Capacity: 15,300 litres
Fresh Water Capacity: 2,000 litres per day
Construction: Steel
Max of guests: 26
Number of Cabins: 13
Number of Crew: 10 (including a Dive Instructor and a Divemaster)
Safety Equipment: 2 x large life rafts, 40 x life jackets, 2 x 50 L emergency Oxygen, medic First Aid kit. 8 x Fire extinguishers, Satellite Telephone, Life bouys, NAUTILUS Lifeline radio safety system.

Diving Facilities

The large dive deck and dive platform area ensures more-than-adequate space for divers preparing for their next plunge into the Red Sea. 2 hand-held showers on the platform allow for a rinse after diving or snorkeling. A bathroom with shower and marine head leads directly off the dive deck. Equipment Rental of diving equipment can be arranged but should be booked well in advance.

Liveaboards Departures in Sudan

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