The underwater world, hidden under the surface of the sea and usually explored only by divers, is magnificently revealed to passengers of ISRAEL-YAM's boats.
Israel Bernstein serves as captain of both his boats, each measuring approximately 22m in length, with three levels: In the top level, passengers can surrender to the sun's caress and enjoy a tanning corner or a shaded rest area.
At their service is a dance floor, as well as a bar that provides beverages, sandwiches and snacks.
The lower level hosts the boat's jewel in the crown, the glass floor, which offers a spectacular, colorful underwater view.
The boats' two-hour route includes the Coral Reef and the Japanese Gardens, on the Israeli - Jordanian border, as well as a fascinating dolphin watch on the Israeli-Egyptian border (Taba).
Israel's boats dock at Eilat's marina, by the bridge, between Caesar Hotel and Sheraton Moriah Hotel, and depart at 10:30am, 1pm and 3:30pm.