No experience is necessary.
If you don’t possess the correct qualifications then you will need a skipper.
An average of 6Kts.
Yes with an AUX connecter, USB, bluetooth and outside speakers.
Yes, for the majority of the time. Signal will be weak if you are visiting the Daymaniyat Islands.
French 2 pin plug sockets are onboard, however we have adapters to accommodate other types of plugs.
230V AC and 12V DC.
Yes, however you will need to take full responsibility for them whilst they are onboard.
All our yachts have GPS, charts and navigational aids.
No, unless you are sailing with one of our skippers.
Yes, if the damage is as a result of client misconduct.
A minimum of RYA Yachtmaster or equivalent.
Bareboat charter is when you charter the yacht without a skipper, however you have to hold the correct qualifications.
Yes but there will be a one-way charter fee added to your invoice.
Our main base is Al Mouj Marina, but you can also depart from other marinas situated along Muscat’s coast, though this may incur an extra charter fee.
Yes, we require an advance deposit of 50% to confirm your charter or powerboat course with us. This can be paid to SeaOman in cash, by bank transfer, or over the phone with a credit card.
They range from 12m to 30m.
There are 29 recognised dive sites.
It very much depends on the time of year. From January – April the water is around 23 degrees. From May to October the temperature warms up to approximately 29 degrees.
You can bring your own diving equipment or alternatively we have full equipment hire available at each of our dive centres.
We provide drinking water stations (for which you will need to bring your own refillable bottle) and a light snack. You are welcome to bring your own refreshments.
You should bring a towel, hat, suncream and swimwear.
Typically it takes around 45 minutes to travel to the Daymaniyat Islands by powerboat.
We meet at 8am for a 9am departure, returning around 2pm.