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Red Sea Family Trips With 4Ever Sea
You like to dive or snorkel with the company of your children. You are more than welcome as a family on our elegant yacht MY 4Ever Sea. We entertain your children on board while you dive or snorkel or we will take the kids in the water on a safe tour or a practice session. You have peace of mind and your children are having fun under the guidance of certified professionals!
Our seven day family round trip brings you to attractive destinations such as Sataya Reef, Malahy, Shaab Claudio, Abu Galawa Kebier, Abu Galawa Surayer . On the last day we sail to the Hamata Islands before we return to the Hamata Marina.
Your family will enjoy the wonderful world of dolphins, Hawksbill turtles, steepheaded parrotfish, humpback snappers, picasso triggerfish, longnose hawkfish and beautiful coral formations.
You and your children will be nothing short of relaxation and comfort on the MY 4Ever Sea with:
- 12 En-Suite Double Cabins With Climate Control
- Air-Conditioned Salons
- Saloon & Deck Bar
- TV/Video/DVD/CD Console
- Spacious Sundecks
- Children’s Play Corner
Cruising and sailing to diving and snorkelling sites is subject to weather and water conditions, the granting of authority permits and approval form governmental bodies.
The price of a child up to 12 years is charged at €800.
Shaab Sataya/Dolphin Reef
Shaab Sataya, also goes by the name of Dolphin Reef. It is your prime option to spot the friendly animals in the wild. It has the shape of a banana or a crescent and shelters a large pod of spinner dolphins. Sometimes you can hear the dolphins ‘cry’ with their high-pitched sounds and whistles. Always bear in mind that dolphins are wild animals. They are not like your house pets. They don’t appear in command. Therefore, sightings or encounters cannot be 100% guaranteed.
Shaab Sataya has become the residence of turtles such as the green and Hawksbill turtles, the Red Sea pufferfish, the bi-colour parrotfish, the cube boxfish, the clearfin lionfish and the orangehead butterflyfish.
- Soft corals
- Red Sea pufferfish
- Orangehead butterflyfish
- Blue-spine unicornfish
- Spinner dolphins
- Bluespotted stingrays
Malahy Satay ‘borders’ on Shaab Sataya in the south-east of the Fury Shoals.
It’s a circular reef with several pinnacles carpeted in coral that looked to have dropped into the sea from above. Malahy features depths, ranging from 5 to 20 meters. At 30 meters, there’s a drop-off reaching into the infinity of the abyss.
Malahy is being frequented by morays of all sorts, such as snowflake muray, the undulated muray, the dragon muray and the peppered muray. Both Hawksbill turtles and green turtle hoover over vegetated bottoms. Napoleons can be spotted in numbers, as can black-blotched and blue-spotted stingrays.
Shaab Claudio, comfortably protected by the winds, is a fine destination with the Fury Shoals system. Here the penetrating and filtering sun rays are playing tricks with your mind. It is as if you are entering magical mystery rooms and galleries; such are the illuminating coral chambers. Its light effects are simply stunning! It does not take to much imagination to feel you are swimming through Emmenthaler cheese!
Shaab Claudio has become the playground for a plethora of fish species in each imaginable size, shape and colour!
The landscapes are fantastic coral garden, mountains of hard corals, the canyon where crystalline visibility and play of light are fascinating! Very rich, Claudia is home to nudibranch, yellowfin goatfish, triggerfish of all kinds, parrotfish, a multitude of schools of bannerfish, angelfish, snapper and nason but also napoleon and turtle.
- Coral grottoes
- Steepheaded parrotfish
- Humpback snappers
- Picasso triggerfish
- Longnose hawkfish
- Whitetip reef shark
The Fury Shoals in Marsa Alam are the home of The Abu Galawa ‘Surayar’ reef,
not far off Ras Qulan. There’s a wreck of a small tug on the north side of the reef, 18 meters down the surface.
The wreck is in an excellent state of conservation. The crystal-clear waters make it possible to examine every minor detail of the Abu Galawa wreck. Apart from the proverbial walls of silver glassfish, you can detect many of the tug’s fixtures and fittings, lamps and containers. There’s plentiful flora and fauna to appreciate.
Finding site: medium difficulty
Dive difficulty: easy
Photographic interest: high
Marine Life: medium
Type of wreck: tug
Wreck position: north of Abu Galawa reef
Minimum depths: emerging from surface
Maximum depth: 18 metres
Abu Galawa Soghayar
Western part of the Fury Shoals. 12 km from Wadi Lahmi.
Depth up to 18 meters. Shallow and crescent shaped reef. Canyon of corals cuts the reef in halves. Ends up in a coral garden and wall, running from 17 meters deep . There’s a wreck of a tug on the north side of the Agu Galawa reef.
- Table corals
- Soft coral trees
- Masked pufferfish
- Green turtles
- Bumphead parrotfish
The Hamata Islands are in an area called Qul’an Archipelago. They have become the home of turtles, clownfish, dolphins, rays and dugongs. Hamata is billed as the Egyptian Maldives, because of her sandy beaches. It has even become a bird sanctuary where ornithologists come to observe unique birds.
This is a remote liveaboard destination, tucked away as part of the Wadi El Gemal national park in the southern Red Sea. The marine life in the lagoons is spectacular.
You will appreciate the presence of giant sea turtles, the banded dascyllus,
the domino damselfish, the black-spotted pufferfish, the bi-coloured cleaner wrasse, the crown squirrelfish ad the blotcheye soldierfish. Photographers will have the time of their life with the fine collection of raspberry corals, bubble corals, brain corals and fire corals.
- Brain corals
- Bubble corals
- Umbrella xenia
- Crown squirrelfish
- Scissortail sergeant
- Domino damselfish
- Whitetip sharks
- Green turtles
- Bluespotted stingrays