Your Journey Begins

Are you looking into diving the Red Sea? Maybe even doing a tour on a liveaboard? Then you are in the right place. As an experienced guide the Red Sea is my playground and we love traveling by liveaboard to reach the best dive sites.


AOWD + 30 dives

Marine park

Wreck diving

Drift diving

Reef diving

Zodiac diving

Cave diving

Night diving

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Simply the best

24-31 September 2022

A world famous trip leading to the Brother Islands, Daedalus Reef and Elphinstone. As we are traveling in high season we have a good chance of encountering sharks.

Wrecks & reefs

12-19 November 2022

Visit famous wrecks like the SS Thistlegorm and Carnetic together with the beautiful reefs of Ras Mohamed National park and more…

Fury & friends

19-26 November 2022

Dive along the coast from Marsa Alam to Hurghada and Visit the famous Sataya Area. Stunning reefs, swim throughs and turtles and dolphins are very likely.

Why dive with Lovediving2?

Safety โ€ข Feel at home โ€ข Small groups & big boats โ€ข Well organized โ€ข Customized

In organizing trips we believe that even though we do want everybody to be happy, still safety will come always first! We would like you to be more than safe, we would like you to feel at home. Therefor we prefer big boats for relatively smaller groups, so that we can travel comfortably. We like well organized trips where we dive in small groups (guided or unguided) and usually come with extra dive guides. So that we can customize to your needs, give briefings, courses and workshops in Dutch, German, English and Arabic (other languages are possible at request).

When you dive and travel with Lovediving2 you get a great value for a great price! We often offer trips with Free Nitrox and for an excellent price as its one of the lowest in the market.


Safety comes at all times first

Make yourself at home

Dutch, English, German & Arabic

Special offer!

Nitrox course for only 60 Euro

* If pre-booked and done on the first day of diving of your trip. Excluding materials and certification fees and book together with your trip booking request.


The Red Sea offers some of the best diving leading on famous reefs and wrecks with a great chance of meeting some pretty awesome marine life…

Join me…

What People Say

 just wanted to let you know that his party had a realy great time on board of the Asmaa. They realy liked it that Anke spoke Dutch and she took her time to make everything very enjoyable for the clients, compliments. The diving was amazing, the crew and the boat and food was also amazing. 

Cheers guys, keep up the good work.


The temperature of the water changes slowly and can be different in the north compared to the south or the Red Sea, running up to a 4-5 degrees difference. Best time for warm water? May to November. ย 

Charter a liveaboard

For diving clubs or schools or just a group of friends of about 10-30 people it can be interesting to charter your own liveaboard!

Arrival and departure dates that suits your schedule

We can adjust the tour to your needs and desires

No others guests on the boat that your group

And the pricing might just surprice you!

Recent blog posts


It all started about five years ago. I was working in advertising at the time and after all those long days at the office I wanted something new. It was time to change course and I did so drastically, grabbed my bag and jumped on a plane to go diving. Nowadays I jokingly call myself a professional holidaymaker and no I don’t lie on my ass all day, although I can enjoy it immensely. What do I do? Well what else than; diving, diving and more diving, as a guide on safari boats. You probably know them, one of those luxurious floating hotels that takes you to distant dive sites for a wonderful diving adventure. And so I visit quite a few countries, from Egypt to Indonesia and from the Maldives to the Bahamas, as long as it’s slightly warm and the diving is fantastic, then I’m up for a trip. And so one day I set out from Hamata on my way to the deep south of Egypt. We had a British BSAC diving club on board and the atmosphere was great from the start. On the first day we did some check dives , check the equipment, make buddy pairs, go through procedures and most of all relax and enjoy. It is, after all, a holiday for our British guests.

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You have probably already experienced that mother nature can pleasantly surprise you. Now I spend a lot of time underwater and that means that these surprises are regularly reviewed. For example, I was on a liveaboard as a dive guide and had 24 guests for that week, to dive the northern wrecks of the Red Sea from Hurghada. During the check in I got to know Chris, he was a frequent guest on our boats and he had 100+ dives to his name. Yet he was no further than an open water diver and so I had to advise him not to dive deeper than 18 m. Chris fully understood it, but still wanted to go to the 30 m, so I offered him the option of taking a course.’ How about a deep adventure dive or you can even think about an advanced open water course’. The latter appealed to him the most, but he didn’t want to miss any valuable dives for the course. In the end he wanted to dive and have a nice holiday and a course was just an extra. I explained to him that this was no problem at all, on training dives we prepare well and during the dive we do some exercises and then we have enough time left to make a super dive. And Chris agreed.ย 

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How I became a dive guide

Every time I went on a diving holiday and I preferred to do that on a liveaboard, I thought when I saw the dive guides; ‘I like that too! Who knows.’ And when I finally lost my real job about nine years ago, that thought became an inspiration. I had a conflict with my employer and in the process of contesting it, government statistics showed that it would probably take me 3.5 to 4.5 years to land a comparable job. When my lawyer told me that I was surprised and in the same sentence he asked me; “And what are you going to do in the meantime?” Wellโ€ฆ I didn’t have to think long about that. I already dived a lot, had a diving school for fun and was active as an instructor for years. And so I spontaneously shouted ‘Nice diving!’ and I actually did.

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