September 18, 2021 -
 September 25, 2021


Ladies only aboard the Aqua Cat

Where we are diving

Katy Roberts is the trip leader on this ladies-only week aboard the Aqua Cat. Experience exceptional scuba diving like no other place in the Caribbean. The variety of dive sites in the Exuma Cays is truly unique. Because it can only be reached on a liveaboard, this underwater world is pristine and filled with an abundance of colorful fish, macro-critters, corals, sponges, fans, lobsters, and sharks. You will enjoy walls that begin as shallow as 40 feet, high speed drift dives through the cuts of the cays, and blue holes banked by patch reefs with huge schools of fish.

Trips like this sell out fast!
Registration closes on June 25, 2020.

Katy Roberts

Katy Roberts, Trip Leader

Katy received her Junior Open Water Diver certification in 2002 and has been doing her best to explore the other 70% of our planet ever since. She joined Diventures in 2010, is a level 7 diver, and has logged over 300 dives in locations around the world. She has a wealth of knowledge concerning dive equipment, international travel, and most things scuba.

Resort Details


Where we are staying

The luxury 102 ft Aqua Cat Liveaboard is the perfect way to explore the amazing underwater world of the Exuma Cays, Bahamas in comfort and style. Each cabin has individually controlled AC, a private bathroom with shower, and oversized beds for extra comfort. Dining aboard Aqua Cat takes place in the spacious restaurant. Special dietary menus, such as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free can be accommodated with prior request.

For relaxation, Aqua Cat offers guests a large salon area with an entertainment system, the Alfresco deck with hammocks and BBQ, or the sun deck which is the perfect place to catch some rays in between dives or to enjoy a Rum Punch at the end of the day.



Learn more about the accommodations from the resort liveaboard.


Trip Details



  • $3,480 per diver

Deposit and payments

  • $500 deposit due upon sign up
  • $500 due January 26, 2021
  • $500 due March 26, 2021
  • Full payment due May 1, 2021

Other info

  • Prices are based upon double occupancy
  • All payments are non-refundable
  • Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control

Recommended courses

  • Perfect Buoyancy
  • Underwater Photography

What’s included

  • 7 nights of accommodations
  • Transfers to and from airport to boat
  • 26 boat dives
  • All meals and drinks

What’s not included

Recommended equipment

  • Zeagle Zena
  • SeaLife Micro 2.0 Camera

What prior travelers say

This trip tailored to lady divers is always so much more than diving. The friendships, the adventures, the laughs, and the memories. This all adds up to an A+ experience- year after year!

Beth O.

Important Details


Know before you go

The average daily high is 88°F with lows around 74°F. The average water temperature is 80°F.

All guest cabins, main salon and photo table on the dive deck have US outlets for 120 volts/ 15 amps.

Please ensure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after your return to your country of origin.

Etiquette & Customs
The atmosphere on board the Aqua Cat is always relaxed and casual. You’ll spend your days in bathing suits and casual wear. Bring shorts or jeans, T-shirts and a windbreaker. Also bring a pair of sandals, hat, suntan lotion (non-oil), reef safe sunscreen and sunglasses.

The Aqua Cat does not offer connectivity onboard. Your smart device may be able to connect to the internet when you are within range of the two cell towers in the central Bahamas. Otherwise, you are disconnected. Breathe, it’ll be okay! Be sure your cell provider has international service with the Bahamas before you go.

Technically, tap water is drinkable throughout The Bahamas. Still, we suggest opting for the bottled water when off-board the Aqua Cat. Bottled water is available at stores and supermarkets, and tastes better than that from a tap. On many of the Out Islands, rainfall is the main source of water — so be sure to drink bottled water there.

Because The Bahamas is so much like America in their hospitality standards, you should also tip like you would in the States. The standard 15%-20% tip should be used, especially in touristy areas and at resorts. Note: Some places automatically add a 15% gratuity to the total of the bill. Make sure to confirm if the tip has been added automatically to your bill before you shell out more money for a tip.

The Bahamas currency is Bahamian dollars, which are equivalent to the U.S. dollar and are interchangeable. If you have US dollars, there is no need to exchange currency on the boat or on land! You can charge your specialty classes, boutique purchases, and crew gratuity to your cabin account. Aqua Cat accepts VISA, MasterCard and Discover.

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