A pleasant cruise on a sailing boat to discover southern Egypt. where you will admire the many shades of blue of its crystal clear sea that are distinguished by the vegetation of its coasts. Enjoy the island hopping in some of the most pristine islands, get overwhelmed by swimming with 80+ dolphins in Satayah Dolphin house which is one of the best spots in the world to encounter wild dolphins and snorkel/free dive in some of the world’s best reefs . Enjoy a fully served holiday including a skipper and a hostess on board and inflatable water toys. Free diving courses/sessions are available onboard upon request.

DEPARTURE BASE Hamata Port Marsa Alam, Egypt
DEPARTURE TIME Check-in at 10.30am on Saturday - Check-out at 10.30am on the following Saturday

Included services

Travel assistance and registration fee
Basic insurance
Double cabin spot
Full board service
Food and beverage
Bed linen
Final cleaning
Dinghy with outboard engine
Harbour and buoy fees
Marine Park ticket

Not included services

Flight tickets
Transfers to/from the Marina
Tourist tax
Alcholic beverages
Multi-risk insurance (Covid-19 and cancellation)

From 730€ (low season) to € 800 (high season) per person for accommodation in a double cabin.

Additional information

Language International crew and guests
Class Premium Plus
How to come AIRPLANE: Marsa Alam International Airport (RMF), AIRPLANE: Hurghada international airport (HRG)
Product ID 443
Red Sea, Egypt - ID 443

Red Sea, Egypt - ID 443 View MoreLess

Red Sea, Egypt - ID 443

Day 1: Check-In

Boarding is scheduled at 10:30 am at Hamata Port in Marsa Alam, located 2 hours drive from Marsa Alam Airport. Once on board we will hoist the sails to the island of Hamata, white sand islands also famous as the Egyptian Maldives. Sailing among these paradisiacal islands you can relax and at the same time admire the flocks of unique birds that the nature of this place offers us. In addition to bird watching, you can snorkel and swim in the crystal clear waters of this oasis.

Day 2

After breakfast, one of the most incredible experiences ever awaits you. We set sail for Satayah reef more commonly known as Dolphin House one of the best places in the world to meet, swim and why not play with more than 100 sweet dolphins resident in the area. Dinner surrounded by our dolphin friends under the magical Egyptian starry sky.

Day 3

A day full of fun. We will still reside at Satayah Dolphin House today. After breakfast, you can swim on the colorful coral reef with dolphins all day and enjoy our inflatable water games that you will find on board.

Day 4

In the morning, depending on the weather, we will head to Abu Galawa to admire the wreck of a small sailboat lying on the seabed, with the interior populated by glass fish. Or we will sail to Malahi Reef to explore the enchanting coral reef of the place with its thousands of tropical fish.

Day 5

After breakfast, the morning will be dedicated to snorkeling. Diving into crystal clear waters, you will be able to closely observe the beautiful virgin coral reefs of the area, populated by numerous species of colorful fish.

Day 6

We set sail in the morning for a day dedicated to sailing. Route to the Hamata Islands, lunch while sailing and relaxation on board while moving from one island to another. Enjoy the sunset and dinner on board.

Day 7: Check-out

Our return journey to the marina will begin at dawn. Disembarkation is scheduled for 10:30.

The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.


CYCLADES 50.5 (2008)
Class: Barca a vela - Premium

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Technical Sheet:
Model CYCLADES 50.5 (2008)
Type Sailing boat - Premium
Year 2008 (refit 2018)
Length 15.65 m
Width 4.90 m
Sail area 110.00 mq
Cabins 4 double + 1 bunk bed + 1 crew
Beds 10 + 1 crew
WC/Shower 3 + 1 crew

Boat models, technical specifications and optional may be subject to change. BeBlue reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher classes when necessity arises and to replace the boat presented in the catalog, or out of the catalog, with another of similar class and quality. All boats are selected with care and experience.