Fact SheetDream your dive & Dive your dream
Upper Sun Deck
Lower Sun Deck & Master Cabin
Living & Dining room
Two Tenders both are fiberglass hull, are available to serve and assist the diving plan.
- 1. Bombard 550, 5.50m with 55HP and 25HP Outboard.
- Wav 6500, 6.5 Meters with 115 HP Outboard.
Length: 27.5 m
Width: 6.5 m
Draft: 1.70 m
Juliet has 7 cabins. All with A/C and en-suite facilities. Each cabin has a
The cabins are divided in 2 floors:
1. Cabin floor:
Four twin berth cabins where the lower
bunk is a double bed.
Two twin berth cabins with single bunk.
2. Sun Deck floor:
One master cabin with queen size bed.
The maximum number of guests for the boat is 14
people. (unless guests would like to share any of the 4
cabins that have one double bed and one single bed.)
Living & Dining room:
Air-conditionned with TV, DVD, sound
system and Library.
42m2 Sun and shade area with bar and
a 7m2 bow sun deck.
2 X Man 550 hp.
2 Generators 220v
1 X 80 Kva Perkins + 1 X 40 Kva Perkins.
2 X Bauer MARINER Compressor.
Nitrox Plant onboard.
30 X 12lt Cylinder.
2 Tenders both are fiberglass hull,
1.Wav 6500, 6.5m with 115HP.
2. Bombard 550, 5.50m with 55HP
and 25HP Outboard.
Navigation & Communication:
GPS, VHF, Echo sounder, Radar & Fish
DAN Oxygen kit – First Aid Kit –
Lifejackets and life rafts, flares,
line-throwing gun, fire extinguisher, fire
hoses and fire pumps.
Water system & Storage tanks:
Desalination unit 1.6T per day.
Water galvanized steel tank 8,000 liters.
Diesel galvanized steel tank 6,000 liters.
Juliet Cruise information
A minimum of three dives a day are scheduled with the added option of a dusk or night dive. With the longer days in summer, a fourth dive may be added to the day time diving agenda. 80% of the diving is done by zodiac in two groups to avoid crowding at the diving sites. The effort is made to tailor the diving agenda around the guests’ diving abilities and previous experience in order to offer a unique and enjoyable diving experience.
Diving and Weather:
During certain months the weather in the Red Sea can be unpredictable and change rapidly within minutes. The M.Y. Juliet skipper will take great care to predict unsavory weather and under such circumstances the dive itinerary and routing may have to be changed. Most Red Sea wrecks tend to lie in exposed locations with navigational hazards and these will be the first sites not to be included should adverse weather conditions be predicted. At all times the skipper’s decision on routing is final as it is his main priority to ensure the safety of the guests onboard.
Food & Drinks:
The M.Y. Juliet offers full board accommodation. Guests with special dietary requirements should mention this when booking their charter.
Water, soft drinks, tea and coffee are available on board at no extra charge.
Beer and spirits are to be provided by the guests and can be purchased at the duty free shop upon arrival.
The voltage onboard is 220v / 110v and is 2 x round pin, we have a travel plug adapter. The re-charging points are every where, if you cannot see enough points, please ask a member of the crew.
The boat carry a comprehensive medical kit and emergency DAN O2 kit.
Remember to bring sun-lotion; even in winter when there can be a cold wind, you can still get burnt. If snorkeling it is a good idea to wear a white T-shirt to reflect the surface ultra-violet rays.
Confirm your booking:
A 50% deposit is required to confirm a booking and the balance to be settled a minimum of 30 days prior to the booking date. Any emails we might send to each other, please note that they are all just pending confirmations and your booking is not fully confirmed until we receive the deposit required, and we have expressed 0ur acceptance of your booking.
Liveaboards over the world, by their very nature, no matter how well maintained, can face mechanical issues, There is an engineer onboard and in the event that this may happen, he will do his utmost to cause as little inconvenience as possible to the guests and their diving program.
Diving and flying:
A minimum of 24 hours is maintained between the last dive and the time of the flight departure.
All photos used on the fact sheet (except the satellite photos of Ras Mohamed and Tiran) are taken at the actual dive sites of the itinerary, during previous safaris, onboard the M.Y. Juliet by the “Panasonic videographer award winner 2014” & “Panasonic Lumix Ambassador 2018”,