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Le Baron Noir

Q/A, Sudan


M/V Le Baron Noir - Scuba Diving in Sudan Liveaboards
Nitrox on Board
Departure Monday to Monday ..


You can enjoy 3 day dives and a free night dive every day.



Important things to knowfor travelers to Sudan

  • Port Sudan can be reached via Cairo or Dubai.
  • There must not be stamps or visas from Isreal in the passports.
  • Carrying alcohol and pornographic/erotic materials into the country is prohibited.
  Le Baron Noir, friendly and comfortable, invite you to discover the most beautiful sudanese dive spots in excellent facilities.
Accomodating up to 12 divers only, enjoy the warm atmosphere and dive in small group
- Engine Caterpillar 275 hp - cruising speed 8 to 9 knots.
- 3 generators 30 Kva - 380 and 220 volts. For recharging headlights and flashes, electricity 24 hours a day.
- 2 desalinators
- GPS - Chart plotter - Depth sounder - Radar - VHF - Mobile phone - Satellite phone
  BAUER electric compressors 12m3 / hour.
- Nitrox Station
- 12 liter aluminum blocks. It is possible to rent 15-liter blocks.
- 2 attachments: 2 Zodiac Pro 470 and 530 with 40 hp engines.
- Oxygen, first-aid kit, liferaft.





 From EURO 865-  P/P  (+ Sudanese expenses)
Rate can be change without notes


The Sudanese expenses :EUR 287 / person / week

The Sudanese expenses include:

·   Passport registration fee in Sudan

· Sudanese visa

· Airport departure tax

·Tourism fee

·Sudanese agent fee (administration, airport assistance, transfer)

  • Sudan a very unknown Red Sea diving destination full of surprises
  • Good for: Large animals, reef life and health, visibility, wreck diving, deep dives and underwater photography
  • Beautiful, colourful, pristine reefs, healthy shark populations, uncrowded dive sites, unforgettable wrecks and big schools of fish
  • Sudan usually attracts more experienced divers, Some of the dives may offer challenges in terms of depth or wreck penetration
  • Cousteau's Conshelf - This is your opportunity to investigate a piece of scuba diving history as you explore Jacques Cousteau's experimental underwater village of the 1960's. 
  • Sanganeb Reef -  Large schools of barracuda and jacks swirl around your head. Sharks to look out for include whitetips, grey reef sharks and hammerheads. 
  • The Umbria Wreck - One of Sudan's most legendary sites and a world-famous wreck dive, this Italian war supply vessel is still home to stacks of bombs and vehicles. 
Itinerary description

Day 1

  • Transfer to the boat
  • Check in from morning
  • Meet the crew
  • Welcome briefing
  • Assign cabins
  • Prepare equipment
  • Food on board
  • Custom clearance with authorities


Day 2 - 6

  • Dive, Eat & Sleep for next days
  • First day Sailing to 1st dive sites for check dives
  • During this trip everyday you will do 2 to 3 dives a day
  • At less 1 night dive in the week
  • Land excursion to visit the famous light house
  • Depth: 5m - >40m - Visibility: 10m - 35m - Currents: Usually mild but can be strong - Surface conditions: Usually calm but can be choppy - Water temperature: 24°C - 33°C- Experience level: Intermediate - advanced - Number of dive sites: >30
  • Diving sites: Umbria, Sanganeb, Sha'ab Rumi, Maison Cousteau, Sha’ab Jimna and Sha’ab Ambar to south or Sha'ab Suedi to north.
  • Cousteau's Conshelf (aka Precontinent II) - This is one of Sudan's best known dive sites and one of the most bizarre ones you will likely ever encounter. While many places claim to have rent-a-quote Cousteau's special seal of approval, this site is one he actually selected as a location for one of his 'underwater living' projects. As a shallow site you may be diving here either in the daytime or as a night dive. Either way it is fascinating and a real piece of scuba diving history. Show more
  • Sanganeb Reef - Your approach to this dive site is heralded by the site of an impressive erection in the form of a grey stone British-built lighthouse. Sudan was granted independence from Britain only in 1956 and you can scale this imperial relic during your surface interval. Britannia no longer rules the waves here and beneath them it is the pelagics who are clearly in charge. Show more
  • The Toyota Wreck (aka the Blue Belt Wreck) - This cargo ship sank in 1977 with its load of cars, trucks, tractors and spare parts, which explains the automotive moniker. In a vain attempt the refloat the vessel, the cargo was removed to the surrounding sea bed. Show more
  • The Umbria Wreck - This site is deservedly considered to be one of the finest wreck dives in the world and one of the jewels in the crown of Sudanese diving. This Italian war supply vessel was built in 1912 in Hamburg and met its watery fate in 1940 when enroute to Eritrea. Scuttled by the Italians to avoid letting it get into the hands of the British, the Umbria sank still loaded with a huge cargo of bombs and weaponry.

Day 7

  • Last day diving
  • At least 2 dives
  • Boat will come to port before sunset
  • Dinner on board
  • Posibility to visit town

Day 8

  • Breakfast on board
  • Check out according to flight schedule
  • Transfer to Port-Sudan airport 
  • 7 nights
  • 24 dives
  • 50+ dives recommended

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