You can book and reserve all that you want to do on our website. The payment will be upon your arrival in Sharm El Sheikh in our diving centre located in Savoy hotel. Payment can be done by cash or with your credit card.

All taxes and fees are included in the price.

Cancellation can be done within 72 hours before the date of the Diving. Modifications can be done up to 24 hours prior.

Dive Up Diving Centre is located at the beach of Savoy Hotel, Soho Square in Sharm El Sheikh.

Our diving centre is open every day from 08:00(local time) until 18:00.

Yes. For qualified divers you will need divers insurance or travel insurance for beginners. 

During winter water temperature ranges from 21 to 24 degrees. While in Summer it ranges from 24 to 30 degrees. The lowest temperatures are in December, January & February. While the warmest months are July & August. 

Yes, there are ramps and access at the dive centre. We also offer a diving instructor who is a certified disability diver along with tailoring your dives to give the best experience.  We have set dive sites, such as shore dives from our beach and reef dives like Ras Katy, Ras Umm Sid, Jack Fish ally and Ras Ghozlany for anyone with a disability.  where we know access and currents are the best conditions.  To ensure safety is kept at a high level whilst experiencing the magical underwater world of the Red Sea.

All our instructors speak English and Arabic. For other languages we have instructors available and on request.

The Egyptian Pound (LE) is the local currency in Egypt. Pound Sterling, Dollars & Euro are accepted everywhere; but please be aware of exchange rates as it varies. Credit cards are accepted throughout Sharm El Sheikh. You can also find cash machines in most hotels and in the main areas of Sharm El Sheikh.

For non-diving guests it will be possible to do snorkeling or simply relax on the boat.  This is with an extra charge and can be booked up to 24 hours before your trip.

Yes, but you should provide proof that you are a fully qualified diver. A scuba review will also be required before diving.

All the database of PADI & SSI divers can be recovered online. So, we will be able to check it before diving. In case we can’t find it you should contact your diving agency before you dive with us.

Generally, the sea conditions in Sharm El Sheikh is good and the boats are quite stable. Sometimes, especially in winter time, the sea could be rough. It is recommended to bring your medication in case you suffer from motion sickness.

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