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What Should I Bring To The Red Sea liveaboard?

What to bring on a Red Sea liveaboard: Minimum to bring on a Red Sea liveaboard; your certification card and dive log book, dive computer, 2 x swimwear, dive torch, lightweight clothing, including shorts or skirts, t-shirts and underwear, toiletry bag, 1 x pair of shoes, dive camera, diarrhoea tablets, sun cream, dive camera and a book.

Maldives Liveaboards Including Local Flights

Maldives Liveaboards Including Local Flights: There are three Maldives liveaboards that include local flights in the price of booking the liveaboard trip, which include the MV Emperor Serenity, MV Emperor Virgo and the MV Emperor Voyager. The cost of the local flights are only included on liveaboard itineraries that leave from remote atolls.

Do You Get Seasick On A Liveaboard (7 Ways To Avoid Seasickness)

If you suffer from sea sickness it’s possible to get seasick on a liveaboard. Whether you get seasick on a liveaboard depends on how badly you suffer from sea sickness, sea conditions on your trip, size and stability of the liveaboard and if you take sea sickness medication or remedies on your trip.

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