Reefs, wrecks, sharks and more!
Where we are diving
Join trip leader Chris Hill and wave goodbye as we head south to the Exuma Cays. We will be staying and diving off the Blackbeard’s liveaboard. We are getting away from the cruise ships and the city lights. Divers can experience deep sea diving on the many beautiful walls. Sharks are also a big draw for divers! See Caribbean reef sharks, nurse sharks, even tiger sharks on the sandy banks! Colorful reefs with marine life sit in depths of 15- 80 feet so divers of all levels enjoy the scuba diving they offer! These dive sites are only reached by scuba diving liveaboards. This Bahamas diving adventure will offer spectacular diving in warm, crystal clear waters with deserted beaches as backdrop during our travel and daily dives. We will also visit Allen’s Cay to feed the iguanas. There is no set itinerary – we go where conditions and weather are the best to offer our divers an adventure of a lifetime! This liveaboard offers a great variety of diving and will typically get in 3 -4 dives per day, including night dives. Divers will be able to dive with sharks at Amberjack Reef, watch eagle rays gracefully glide by the walls, get tumbled around on our high speed drift dive, or shoot photos of all the great macro and micro shots you’ll see in the clear waters of the Bahamas.
Trips like this sell out fast!
Registration closes on December 1, 2019.
Where we are staying
We will be staying and diving off the Blackbeard’s liveaboard. All sleeping quarters are bunk bed style fully air conditioned. You’ll get three solid meals a day – breakfast, lunch and dinner plus snacks. A fruit hammock hangs in the salon so you can dig into it any time. The coffee is strong to get you amped up for the day and there are plenty of other choices to keep you hydrated. Once your diving is done, you can enjoy a cold beer or some famous rum punch. If you have special dietary needs, let us know. With notice, chef can prepare special foods, such as vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free, etc.
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