Top Liveaboard Destinations
The Red Sea
|This is probably the mecca of liveaboard operations, with 100+ boats offering all levels of comfort or discomfort!! Choose your boat carefully. Boats operate in the Red Sea, through to Sudanese waters and some go close to the Eritrean border. If you want to see wreck sites such as The Thistlegorm, probably one of the world’s most famous wrecks, then it has to be by liveaboard before the day boat hoards arrive. Read more>>
|Plenty of liveaboards operate in Caribbean waters, but tend to cruise specific areas. For example, the Cuan Law operates around the British Virgin Islands (BVI). The Wind Dancer operates around Grenada and Carriacou where you have the opportunity to dive the Bianca-C, the Titanic of the Caribbean. Read more >>|
A large amount of liveaboards operate in these islands and it is becoming more and more popular, with some spectacular marine life.
Visit Hukuruelhi Faru and see the Manta cleaning station. A liveaboard with air conditioning is a must in these waters. Read more >>
South East Asia
|You will be spoilt for choice here, as you are in the most marine biodiverse area on the planet. There are a number of luxury liveaboards that ply these waters ranging from the Andaman Islands to the Similan Islands, Komodo to Raja Ampat (an absolute must) in Indonesia, let alone the wrecks of Coron. But the jewel in the crown has to be Truk for wreck divers. The Japanese 6th Fleet is waiting for you and the best way to see it is by liveaboard. Read more >>|
The Great Barrier Reef
Most liveaboards operate out of Cairns and cruise in to the Coral Sea for shark dives. The liveaboards will reach the more remote areas of the Great Barrier Reef.
Again the great thing about liveaboards is that they visit reefs that day boats cannot reach. Read more >>
*** One of the most important factors in choosing a liveaboard is the crew and the dive guides. They will make your holiday. Your boat may be the most luxurious ever, but if the crew are disinterested and the dive guides useless, then your trip will be disappointing. Check out our reviews on what other divers' opinions are – they count and could make or break your holiday.
Liveaboard Sailing Holiday in Greece
Arctic diving, marine life & wildlife expedition
For the experienced dry-suit diver, the submarine ecosystems of the far north present a wild & undiscovered realm. This is a challenging & ever changing world of blue sculpted ice, Arctic marine wildlife & the chance to dive where few have dived before.
Antarctic diving expedition
This dedicated Antarctic expedition offers above and below the water insights into the white continent, which few have been privileged to experience. A true adventure for divers and non-divers alike.
Divers on this voyage will enjoy guidance from an onboard team of diving professionals who are pioneers in polar diving, 2009 leaders included:
Scuba diving Insurance
We have teamed up with Essential Travel to offer you specially designed scuba diving insurance. All levels of diving are covered. From the one-off holiday adventurer to the more serious diving enthusiast, with cover down to 50 metres.