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Our group spent a glorious afternoon at sea aboard the Zorba. The boat was spacious and comfortable. The food was fresh and tasty -- surprisingly good as a matter of fact. The snorkeling was also fabulous. The boat anchored, we jumped right off the side...More
The People, The Culture, The Red Sea all superb! Definitely a place to visit for Bible enthusiast or any religion with Abrahamic roots.
It puts a visual aid to the stories contained in the Bible (especially that of Moses and him parting the Red sea...More
Nothing like being at the red sea on a Boat under the sun and have snookering at the mid of the sea ... it is really a dream ... just try it there are lots of offers that you can get at the check disk...More
The yacht two hour trip in the Red Sea was nice, but they played loud, semi-orientla music all the time, so it ruined the peace and quiet that should have accompanied the trip.
We stopped for a while at the Dolphin Reef and managed to...More
Don't know if we took this exact charter but when you're in Eilat you must rent a boat for at least 1/2 day. What a day. For $500 the crew played Israeli music, fed us a wonderful lunch, took us fishing and just took us...More
My wife and I went on a 4 hours cruise, that started at the Eilat Marina, and took us first close to the naval border line between Jordan and Israel, then to a point overlooking Taba, the border point between Israel and Agyptian Sinai. The...More
There's no better way to really experience the Rd Sea than to book a 4 hour yacht excursion with a bar-b-que. the reefs along the east side of the bay are among the best in the world for snorkeling and scuba diving and the water...More