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Emperor Asmaa

Emperor Asmaa is designed with the diver in mind, comfortably accommodating 20 people in 10 twin-berth cabins, all ensuite. Really popular with dive groups who enjoy the closeness and atmosphere she radiates. 

Since 1992 the team at Emperor Divers have shared their experience of scuba diving in the Red Sea. Over that time they have looked after thousands of happy divers – a great many of whom keeping going back year after year. Their focus has always been on providing safe and sustainable diving holidays for everyone. Liveaboards, Resort Diving and PADI Courses are what they do. 

Divers can choose from a tempting range of boats and routes covering those iconic Red Sea dive sites; from northern safaris to the ‘bucket list’ safari of Simply the Best. Our departure ports are close to the airports of Hurghada (HRG) and Port Ghalib (Marsa Alam, RMF).  You don’t have to be a seasoned diver to enjoy a liveaboard – whatever your level, there will be an itinerary to suit you.


The Emperor Asmaa has 10 cabins with 4 twin cabins on the upper deck and 6 twin cabins on the lower deck.  The meals onboard are usually buffet style with a variety of meat, chicken, fish, pasta, rice and vegetable dishes served with a choice of salads. Crisps/chips, cakes, biscuits and fresh fruit is available throughout the day. Water, soft drinks, tea and coffee are complimentary and available 24 hours. Red wine is included during dinner on all boats. 

All Emperor Fleet boats have a minimum of two guides on board. For all diving sites visited en route our dive guides will give you a detailed and comprehensive dive briefing before you enter the water. When the guide is in the water, they will remain with the group to navigate the site and to look out for any interesting marine life to show you.



10 Staterooms

20 Divers

Alcholic beverages extra 


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Emperor Asmaa offers genuine value for money for divers looking to explore some of the best sites the Red Sea has to offer.

- John


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