About the boat

The boat was built at Alexandria, Egypt in 2016 in a modern style. A yacht is generally able to moor up close to the dive sites or zodiacs are delivering you and your gear right to the heart of the action.

At the moment there are several open air areas around the boat, with teak sun beds, matress and chairs as a proper places for relax after the dive.

For 24 pax, separate saloon, individual AC. 


  • Class: GOLD
  • Lenght: 37 m
  • Breadth: 8,30 m
  • Engines: 2 x 1150 hp Mercedes
  • Propulsion: 2 x 750 hp Doswan
  • Generators: 2x 80 KW + 1x 60 KW (electricity 24 hour/per day) Aquaset System, 25x fresh water tank, 2x water desalination unit 5000 Lit/ Day
  • Maximum Capacity: 24 pax + 2 dive guides
Star Jet Boat technical details

Accommodation details:

Star Jet accommodation details


12 double cabins are specially furnished for the utmost comfort of our divers. The separate beds are side-by-side. They come with individually controlled air-conditioning, ensuite bathrooms with shower, mini bar.

Star Jet accommodation details


The spacious panoramic saloon, on the sun Deck level, is well-equipped with a bar, TV/VCR,DVD, stereo system and CD player.

Star Jet accommodation details


Comfortable restaurant with large dining tables provides plenty of space for all the guest.

Star Jet accommodation details


The sun deck and fly bridge have plenty of room for sun lovers' while also providing shaded areas in the fresh air. Enjoy a freshly Cocktail while watching the spectacular sunsets in the Red Sea.


  • Services is provided 24 hours/per day made absolute convenience and comfort at sea. The crew take care about the constanly refreshments in the form of fruit drinks and cocktails, specialy right after leaving the water.
  • 3 main meals are accompanied by two amply snacks. Our own candymaker on board twice everyday produces delicious homemade pastries and cakes.
  • Helping hand of captian are 9 staff members. By two zodiacs they always connect divers to the most convenient places and wait them to the end of the dive to help out.