Seahorse - A1 reviews
Seahorse - A is a 30 m wooden gulet. She has twin diesel engines, as well as traditional sail power. There are 7 en suite cabins, most with air conditioning. Hot water is available 24 hours a day. There is a TV, DVD player and a CD player as well a small on board library of books, films and music.
Wonderful Gulet 62 feet called Aeolus are available for cruise scuba dive from Italy North Sardina Cannigione and South of Corsica Porto Vecchio.
Alexandros is a new, beautiful, classic motor sailer, launched in June 2006.
The Beluga Cruising Fleet is the only mini cruiser fleet in Croatia, combining the luxury of a high-class cruise with the relaxing atmosphere of a ship limited to 20 guests. The crew of 8 offer a first-class service to divers and non-divers seeking to enjoy the beauty of the Croatian archipelago, away from crowded dive sites and beaches.
Skipper Mark Henrys runs an easy-going operation, providing a diving programme suited to the needs of his passengers while allowing for the vagaries of weather in the Western Isles. Nestling at the upper end of the market, this vessel was built specifically for liveaboard diving.
Corfu I0 reviews
Space, comfort, luxury and strength of construction are combined in a beautifully contemporary design that sets the Corfu I in a class of its own.
This could become the most famous boat in Oban, thanks to its appearance in a new film, An Inch Over the Horizon, starring Bob Hoskins and Maureen Lipman.
If it’s experience you’re after, John Kempton has been skippering liveaboards around the South Coast for 26 years. He claims to have been the first liveaboard operator to visit the Channel Islands.
Elizabeth G0 reviews
Elizabeth G ia a 23 metre former rescue work boat, originally designed to operate in the hostile waters of the Artic supporting Norwegian fishing trawlers. Extensively refitted, it has been re-designed and equipped to meet the demands of the discerning dive guest intent on visiting remote UK dive locations in comfort and some style.