Green Force diving can take you to the northern part of the Red Sea where beautiful shipwrecks are hidden under the clear blue surface, to the south where you can enjoy beautiful and colourful reefs, plateaus, drop-offs and the abundant Red Sea underwater life. Or we can go to the deeper south where one can visit pristine coral reefs and where you may expect the bigger fish like sharks, dolphins, barracudas and many more.


Proceedings of your cruise:

– Day 1: arrival + check-in (after 3 PM)
– Day 2: Departure from the port + diving day 1
– Day 3: dive day 2
– Day 4: dive day 3
– Day 5: dive day 4
– Day 6: dive day 5
– Day 7: dive day 6 + arrival at the port after the last 2 dives
– Day 8: Check -out (before 11.30 AM)

Upon arrival we await you at the airport and go to the port where the boat is waiting for us (the berth of the boat depends on the chosen route). After check-in you will get a short briefing during which we’ll explain you the most important things you need to know about your upcoming adventure on our vessel.

The next morning, the Coast Guard will pay us a short visit to grand us permission to set off toward our first diving spot.

You will stay on board for 6 nights (full board). The 7th night you will either remain on board, or spend the night  in a comfortable 3* hotel.

We offer you 3 to 4 dives per day (last day 2 dives + keep in mind that night dives are prohibited in the Marine Park Areas).

Before each dive, our professional dive guides will give you a thorough briefing on the dive site you are about to visit. Feel free to ask your guides to guide you both above and under water!

With every route description you will find a description of some of the sites you will visit during your cruise. The chosen sites and the order in which they are visited may change due to weather conditions.
Please, do not hesitate to state any requests concerning the dive sites you are about to visit, it can only benefit your holiday experience ! Mind you: the final decision lies with the captain and the dive guides since the Red Sea, the weather conditions and the liveaboard are really their cup of tea.

Our experienced liveaboard cook will conjure up three nice buffet-style meals a day, with some light snacks and refreshments in between. Soft and hot drinks are included in the prices. Alcoholic beverages are not. They are available on board at very reasonable prices. (please request and reserve in advance).
The liveaboard service starts with dinner on the day of arrival and ends with breakfast on the day of departure.
If you or your group have special wishes concerning the catering, please notify us in advance.

Day of Arrival and Departure

Check-in: Saturday (after 3PM)
Check-out: In case the last night of your cruise will be spend in a hotel: Friday after arrival at the harbour
                     In case the last night of your cruise will be spend on board:  Saturday ( before 11.30 AM)

Our service starts with dinner on Saturday evening (on board) and ends with breakfast on Saturday morning (in a hotel or on board).

Booking of Day Use in a hotel is highly recommended in case of:

– Early flight arrival Saturday morning
– Late departure flight Saturday evening


A member of our team will welcome you at the airport and accompany you to the harbour.

Transfers within Hurghada or Marsa Alam will be made upon arrival.
In case of ‘long journeys’ (transfer between Hurghada, Marsa Alam or Hamata) with different arrival times, we will accompany you to a comfortable place where we’ll wait for the other participants to arrive. Snacks and drinks will be provided.

Transfers from and to the boat on the day of arrival and departure are included in the price. Required transfers before or after the day of arrival or departure can be arranged at affordable prices.

AIRPORT Hurghada Marine Marsa Ghaleb Marsa Alam Hamata
HURGHADA 20 minutes 3 hrs 3.30 hrs 5.30 hrs
MARSA ALAM 20 minutes 40 minutes 2 hrs


The visum is purchased upon arrival in the airport, has a validity of 1 month, and costs 25 dollar.


Diving equipment

  • Mask and snorkel
  • Fins (and booties)
  • Divesuit (shorty in summer, 5/7 mil in winter)
  • BCD
  • Complete octopus including inflator hose (you wouldn’t believe some of the stuff
    people forget …), depth gauge and pressure gauge
  • Compass
  • Weightbelt including buckle and stoppers. Soft weights (with leadshot)
    are NOT available in Egypt.
  • Dive computer
  • Some spare parts (fins- and mask straps, mouthpiece, O-rings, etc.)


  • The currency in Egypt is the Egyptian Pound (LE).
  • If you plan on raiding the souvenir shops, we advise you to bring enough cash in small bills. Euro bills are accepted everywhere. Your change will be in Egyptian pounds though. Dollar bills are also widely accepted.
  • Credit cards and Travellers Cheques can only be used in banks.


Diving in the Red Sea is amazing throughout the entire year with a visibility averaging 20m. See the chart below for air and sea temperatures. Most divers are comfortable in a 3mm suit or shortie in summer (a full suit is recommended for night dives), and a 5mm 2 piece, 7 mm,  or semi-dry in winter.









































Polio, typhoid, tetanus and hepatitis A are recommended. There are no compulsory vaccinations required.


The electrical current in Egypt and on our Red Sea liveaboards is 220volts and the plug sockets are the round 2 pin variety used in Central Europe. ¨Please bring your own travel adapters if you have rechargeable lamps or other electrical equipment.