Tempest Cruise and Stay
M/Y Tempest brings a new level of luxury to liveaboard charters catering especially for smaller groups. She is ideal for mini safaris over three to four nights, or for overnight trips. Tornado Marine Fleet have especially designed a bespoke program for the niche market of overnight trips for non-divers, as our team understands what it means to relax out on the sea for one night. Tempest is also available for six night charters, and is fully equipped for diving charters.
Overnight non diving itinerary
Escape the night away, experience total relaxation and soak up the tranquil ambiance of the Red Sea at night. Join Tornado Marine Fleet for a two day overnight luxury cruise onboard one of Tornado Marine Fleet vessels.
Your voyage of relaxation sets sail in the morning. Cruise the peaceful waters of the Red Sea, heading north to Tiran Island with its crystalline turquoise lagoon. Soak up the sun on the upper sun deck, or snorkel and see the wonders of the underwater world. As the sun makes her slow arc westwards, the boat travels to a quiet hidden bay, nestled at the foot of Tiran Island.
The island’s stark peaks are an incredible spectacle at sunset, as they slowly change colour from fiery red, to deep pink, purple and finally blue. Though appearing barren at first glance, the island is actually an international bird reserve with large populations of the rare white eyed gull, sooty falcons and ospreys.
Tornado Marine Fleet is one of a handful of operators to have special permission to visit Tiran, therefore ensuring peace and quiet and the ultimate escape. Watch the spectacular sunset whilst enjoying a cocktail and then feast on the sumptuous fresh buffet banquet lovingly prepared by the onboard chefs.
After dinner take your time to enjoy the unique night sky, watch for shooting stars and soak up nature’s serenity, and then let the gentle lapping waters send you peacefully to sleep in one of the luxury en-suite cabins.
The following day enjoy the Red Sea snorkeling or sun bathe and relax, before the boat slowly makes her return to port.