Diving from a Liveaboard is an ideal way to experience the remote islands, marine life and great dive sites of the Bahamas. With breathtaking dive sites offering pristine reefs, multitudes of exciting wrecks, blue holes, spectacular walls and the chance to dive with dolphins and sharks the Bahamas is a divers paradise. Bahamas liveaboard diving is absolute convenience, once your gear is set up you only need to handle it when you actually diving plus diving the Bahamas by Liveaboard means that you have access to many more dives sites, where few divers go.
With up to five dives a day on offer with most of our Bahamas Liveaboard holidays you can come away from a weeks diving holiday with a logbook full of exciting dives. With a choice of dive sites from fringing reefs and walls to drop-offs and swim-throughs, along with an amazing range of marine life including a variety of sharks from Caribbean Reef Sharks and Nurse Sharks to Hammerheads and Tiger Sharks, a visit to the Bahamas is a great choice for both beginner divers and the more experienced. Diving the Bahamas from a Liveaboard really allows you to make the most out of your next scuba diving holiday.
£2450 inc. flights*
We were a mixed ability group,and the guides still managed to keep everybody happy with site choice.
Aquatcat was built for your cruising comfort. Scuba divers in the know holiday in the Bahamas and dive the Exumas park. Discover more to this ever popular Caribbean dive destination....read more here
The Bahamas is a year round diving holiday destination with air temperatures ranging from 21 to 26 degrees C and water temperatures hover around the mid 20s throughout the year. Liveaboard itineraries are kept flexible to seek the best diving conditions for the time of year.
The Bahamas has a diverse range of marine life, which is why this is such a popular scuba diving destination. On a typical trip you should expect to encounter.
- A variety of sharks
- Eagle Rays
- Large Groupers
- Large schools of Jacks, snapper and more
Scuba Travel Tips
The Exuma Cays offer many opportunities to go ashore and explore and enjoy the uninhabited beaches. For these occasions, we highly recommend proper footwear, Flip flops are not suitable. We suggest water shoes or TEVA type sandals. Sneakers are fine but they might get wet!
The Bahamas Discovery itinerary really gets away from the ranges of day divers into the pristine Exumas national park in the Bahamas. If you have yet to discover what draws divers each year to this part of the Caribbean, then this make this your next scuba diving holiday! The diving is diverse wit...read more here
The Southern Caribbean tour takes in the full range and huge diversity of diving that few tourists to these islands ever see on a unique voyage in this Caribbean paradise. Get away from the day boats to explore the remote islands of Conception, San Salvador and Mayaguna. Your Carribean liveaboard is...read more here