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Rebreather Friendly Liveaboard Red Sea: 29 Rebreather Liveaboards

Rebreather friendly liveaboard Red Sea - 27 Red Sea liveaboards to choose from
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Red Sea liveaboards suited for rebreather diving

If you’re a tech diver and dive on a rebreather, you are better served by choosing a rebreather friendly liveaboard. This article looks are rebreather friendly liveaboards in the Red Sea.

Rebreather friendly liveaboard in the Red Sea for technical divers looking for support for rebreather scuba diving. This means the liveaboard will have the extra equipment needed for divers on rebreathers in between their dives. There are 29 Red Sea liveaboards that offer rebreather support.

The best way to dive the Red Sea with your rebreather, and especially the best and more remote locations in the Red Sea, is by a scuba diving liveaboard. You can check the latest and best deals on Red Sea liveaboards using the following window:

Red Sea rebreather friendly liveaboards

Red Sea Vita Xplorer liveaboard Egypt offers rebreather support for scuba divers
Red Sea Vita Xplorer liveaboard Egypt offers rebreather support for scuba divers review rated 10 out of 10 – Image courtesy of

If you’re a technical diver and you’ve made the switch from an open circuit scuba system to a closed circuit rebreather scuba system, you will be looking for liveaboards that support rebreathers.

I’ve done the research for you to save time on trawling through every liveaboard on offer.

Of course you won’t necessarily need me to highlight the benefit of using a rebreather underwater. But the Red Sea is definitely one place where it would come into its own. As you’ll know many fish, including sharks and manta rays are not too keen on scuba diver bubbles. But of course if you have a rebreather you have the advantage of no bubbles!

Not only are there great opportunities to see manta rays and sharks in the Red Sea, but there’s a good chance you’ll be joined by the largest fish in the ocean too; the whale shark.

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Table of suitable liveaboards in The Red Sea with rebreather support

Red Sea Royal Evolution liveaboard Egypt offers rebreather support for scuba divers
Red Sea Royal Evolution liveaboard Egypt offers rebreather support for scuba divers review rating 10 out of 10 – Image courtesy of

In the table below, all the Red Sea liveaboards offer rebreather support. The liveaboards in this list are in the order of customer rating out of 10.

The other columns, in addition to the name of the Red Sea Liveaboard, include those that also support sidemount diving, the maximum number of divers catered for and a link to the latest prices on offer.

Rebreather friendly liveaboard Red Sea

LiveaboardCustomer Review RatingEnquireFlexible BookingNitroxSidemount DivingMax Guests/Cabins/BathroomsInternet
Amelia Discovery liveaboard8.4PricesNoFreeYes20/10/10Free
Aphrodite liveaboard9.9PricesNoPaidYes22/11/11Free
Blue Fin liveaboard9.2PricesYesPaidYes24/12/14Free
Blue Horizon liveaboard8.9PricesYesPaidYes26/13/15Free
Contessa Mia liveaboard9.2PricesYesFreeYes24/12/12Free
Dreams liveaboard9.3PricesNoFreeYes16/8/9Free
Emperor Superior liveaboard9.1PricesYesFreeNo25/13/13Free
Excellence liveaboard9.3PricesYesFreeYes24/12/12Free
Freedom III liveaboard9.2PricesYesFreeYes20/9/9Free
Freedom VIII liveaboard8.0PricesYesFreeYes11/5/4Free
Golden Dolphin II liveaboard9.1PricesYesFreeYes20/10/10Free
Golden Dolphin III liveaboard9.0PricesYesFreeYes20/10/10Free
Golden Dolphin liveaboard9.5PricesYesFreeYes20/10/12Free
Grand Sea Serpent liveaboard9.1PricesYesFreeYes28/14/14Free
Hammerhead I0.0PricesYesPaidYes20/10/10Paid
Hammerhead II0.0PricesYesPaidYes32/16/20Paid
Heaven Saphir liveaboard8.0PricesYesPaidYes19/9/9Free
Liberty liveaboard9.8PricesNoPaidYes22/9/11Free
Miss Nouran liveaboard8.9PricesNoFreeYes20/12/11Free
Nouran liveaboard9.0PricesYesPaidYes24/12/12Free
Oceanos liveaboard8.6PricesNoFreeYes28/13/15Free
Okeanos liveaboard8.4PricesNoFreeYes22/10/10Free
Princess Diana liveaboard8.6PricesNoPaidYes26/13/13Free
Royal Revolution liveaboard10.0PricesYesPaidYes24/12/12Free
Samira Discovery liveaboard9.0PricesNoPaidYes22/11/11Free
Sea Serpent liveaboard9.0PricesYesFreeYes22/11/12Free
Tala liveaboard8.8PricesYesPaidYes22/11/11Free
VIP One liveaboard0.0PricesYesPaidYes16/8/8Free
Vita Xplorer liveaboard7.5PricesNoFreeYes24/12/12Free
Tables notes:
The columns in the Red Sea liveaboards for technical divers mean:

Customer Review Rating: The rating is out of 10. A rating of 0.0 means the liveaboard has yet to be customer reviewed.

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Red Sea liveaboards with rebreather support for charter

All of the above Red Sea liveaboards with rebreather support are also available for charter too. So if you are a group of divers who want to get together and rent the whole boat this is possible too.

The obvious benefits of all divers being on rebreathers is the lack of air bubbles as a group.

I hope you enjoyed this article about rebreather friendly liveaboard Red Sea

I’d love to hear from you. Tell us about your adventures of diving and snorkeling, in the comments below. Please also share your photos. Either from your underwater cameras or videos from your waterproof Gopro’s!

If this article hasn’t answered all of your questions. If you have more questions either about snorkeling or scuba diving (or specifically about Red Sea rebreather friendly liveaboards), please comment below with your questions.

There will also be many more articles about scuba diving (and snorkeling) for you to read and learn about these fabulous sports.

Have fun and be safe!

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Rebreather Friendly Liveaboard Red Sea: 29 Rebreather Liveaboards

Article written by Russell Bowyer who has been a scuba diver since diving on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia in 1989. After his first dive he trained as a BSAC diver in the UK. He attained his Diver Leader certification with BSAC. He then went on to become a scuba diving instructor, teaching others how to dive and was voted as Diving Officer and Treasurer for the Saffron Walden BSAC club too. Russell has dived all over the world, including the UK, on liveaboards in the Red Sea, the Caribbean, South Africa and the USA. Russell is experienced in all dive types, including drift diving, deep dives that involved decompression stops and recreational dives too.

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