Emperor Superior is a high standard liveaboard that provides divers various liveaboard routes in the Egyptian Red Sea area, it can accommodating a maximum of 25 guests.
Emperor Superior measuring 37m long and 8.3m wide, it is a wooden hull liveaboard which built in 2004 and following a yearly renew to ensure the safety and comfort on board.
Emperor Superior has a spacious dining and salon areas offer air-conditions, flat screen TV with media player, stereo sound system, and a small library with all the marine books. During the liveaboard trip, it also provides limited free Wi-Fi for internet browsing and connecting with communication, but applications only when in signal.
There are two sundecks onboard with both open and shade area, and complete with Jacuzzi, sun chairs and mattress for relaxing.
Emperor Superior offering outstanding menus with Egyptian special good and International dishes, as well as European traditional food.
There is also a comfortable dive deck with platform for guests to get ready for the beautiful underwater world of the Red Sea. As with all the Emperor Fleet, it has all safety equipment meets International standards.
Emperor Superior will provide FREE Nitrox, plus partial pressure system and filling equipment for Tech purposes. And on the dive deck, there is also a recharge station for torch, cameras and flash equipments.
Emperor Superior has 13 comfortable air-conditioned cabins, it can accommodates up to 25 guests per trip：
All cabins equipped with en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, hairdryer, two towels per guest and other cabin facilities.
1 double Cabin：Located on the upper deck, equipped with one double bed
1 Twin Cabin：Located on the upper deck, equipped with two single beds
1 Single Cabin：Located on the main deck, equipped with 1 wide single bed
8 Twin Cabins：Located on the lower deck, equipped with two single beds
2 Bunk Beds Cabins：Located on the lower deck, equipped with two single bed (bunk style)
Cabin Supplements：€50 per person for the Upper Deck cabins; €140 for the Single cabin.
3 to 4 dives per day, depending on conditions.
No dive provided on the day of arrival and departure.