MV Nouran is beautiful mahogany-hulled yacht that is a proud member of The Red Sea Explorers Fleet.
Comfortable climate-controlled cabins
Accommodating up to 24 guests in her 12 cabins, MV Nouran's cabins come with climate control, porthole windows and plenty of storage. Each guest is provided with a towel for the fresh water showers and a bathrobe for salt water after dives. Towels and bed sheets are changed halfway through the trip to keep your cabins fresh and comfortable.
On-board entertainment and delicious food
The salon is the perfect place to unwind with a book or TV between dives or in the evenings. Served three times a day in the separate dining room, the delicious local and international meals food is made fresh every day, and non-alcoholic beverages are included. Special dietary requirements can be catered for but please give plenty of notice.
A floating dive center
Stretch out on the sun deck's loungers, or head to the second outdoor lounge at the bow for some shade in the ocean breeze. The spacious dive deck is fully equipped and offers plenty of room for kitting up and gear storage - it's like having a dive center on board! The MV Nouran is fully equipped with underwater scooters, an unlimited selection of tanks and all other essential dive gear. Safety is the crew's top priority and its members are trained to manage emergency situations. The boat is equipped with first aid kits, life vests, and emergency rafts.
Ports of departure and how to get there
Most visitors will arrive in Cairo and take an hour-long hour domestic flight with Egypt Air to their port of departure, although some of the more popular ports such as Marsa Alam, Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh have direct International flights too.
Ports for every trip are detailed in the itinerary section. The departure and return ports can vary depending on the dates chosen. In some cases the boats are moored at the port and depart the day after the trip begins, so you can arrive quite late on the first day of the tour and still board the boat before it departs the following morning.
There are direct flights to Port Sudan from Cairo and Khartoum. Khartoum has direct flights from many cities in Africa and the Middle East, so most visitors arrive via Egypt.