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Seven Seas German Egyptian Company for Management Ltd.

Al Marwa Building 2 Tower 3, Koliet el Banat, 11341 Heliopolis, Cairo
Egypt

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boot 2020 hall map (Hall 12): stand C67

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  • 08  Diving
  • 08.02  Services (Diving)

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Product category: Services (Diving)

Brother Islands

The Brother Islands (Arabic: El Achawein – The Brothers) are small islands built by tectonic activity in the middle of the Red Sea, far from the routes of the day boats. The “Big Brother” is equipped with a lighthouse. Underwater, the brothers are among the best the Red Sea has to offer. The wrecks of Numidia and Aida in the north are covered with dense soft corals, in the blue water sharks or large tuna fish often swim by. Loading of the wrecks is scattered everywhere.

But the Brothers are more famous for their shark populations. Gray reef sharks, Oceanic Wite Tip sharks, Thresher sharks, Hammerhead sharks or Silky sharks. A good place for Thresher sharks is the southern plateau in the morning, where they regularly visit the cleaning station. The “Little Brother” is almost more beautifully overgrown and covered with colorful soft corals. A cleaning station on the northern tip also attracts sharks of all kinds.

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Product category: Services (Diving)

Deadalus Reef

Abu Kizan, so the Egyptian name, is a large, almost circular reef, about 200 nautical miles south of the Brother Islands. Although it has no actual land, a lighthouse was built on the reef to warn the ships of the nearby shipping route.

Daedalus is large and beautifully covered with hard and soft corals. The dive groups are scattered along the reef, keeping nother groups further away. A long plateau in the south of the reef has already enabled the other Manta encounter.

The highlight of the Daedalus is the resident Hammerhead shark school, which is mostly located in the north of the reef. Also, individual hammerhead sharks are regularly sighted in the blue arounf the reef. Also Thresher sharks, Oceanic Whitetips, gray reef sharks, silky sharks and occasionally a tiger shark.

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Product category: Services (Diving)

St. Johns-Reefs

The reef group of the St. Johns reefs is located below the peninsula of Ras Banas in the deep south of Egypt. Many single large and small reefs rise from the deep ocean and are gradually approached by the SEVEN SEAS.

Among them are wall-like dropoffs as well as shallow coral gardens on sandy grounds. The vegetation is colorful and healthy, huge coral formations, colorful soft corals and fabulous landscapes make the St. Johns reefs special.

A little less big fish, but therefore incredibly diverse reef dwellers let the photographer’s heart beat faster. Very special is the Cave Reef system. Many dives can be done in depths of only a few meters in the caves, which are illuminated by the rays of the sun coming through the cracks in the ceiling. Also mantas and dolphins can be seen here from time to time.

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About us

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A warm welcome to the SEVEN SEAS!

The SEVEN SEAS is a diving liveaboard with 5-Star character in the Red Sea. For over 10 Years, we have been offering first class liveaboard diving trips to the best spots in Egypt. The SEVEN SEAS holds permits for all the marine protected areas, which allows trips to regions, which are not frequented by day boats and contain the best dive spots in the Red Sea
 
The SEVEN SEAS has won several prestigeous Awards over the last years as best liveaboard in the Red Sea! We owe these awards to our happy guests who have voted for us. The Award prove, that our own slogan “taking the lead” is perceived as well implemented by our guests!

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