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Bahamas Liveaboards

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Bahamas diving highlights:

With approximately 700 islands, and only a hand full of liveaboard operators, the Bahamas offer a wide range of liveaboard diving experiences: deep diving, blue holes, steep wall diving, underwater caves, wrecked Spanish galleons and huge coral reefs teeming with marine life. Up-close feeding encounters with Hammerheads, Reef Sharks and tiger sharks is an experience to get any diver’s adrenaline pumping! And what better way, than with a liveaboard holiday.

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 These liveaboard boats offer diving trips around the Bahamas.

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Bahamas Aggressor

The Bahama Aggressor is a 100’ yacht with a wide beam. Built and powered for comfort, safety and stability, she is diesel powered, cruises at 12 knots and has 110-volt power onboard.

The Bahama Aggressor sleeps 14 guests in privacy and comfort. All staterooms are air-conditioned and fitted with private toilets, showers and sinks and equipped with standard US outlets and USB ports for charging electrical devices. Accommodations include 5 Deluxe cabins with a double and single berth and 1 Quad cabin with two sets of twin bunks. All staterooms have climate controls and is also equipped with a hairdryer. Linens are changed mid-week and fresh towels are placed in each stateroom as needed.

The Bahama Aggressor features a roomy, air conditioned salon and dining area, sun deck complete with a hot tub, lounge and deck chairs, stereo and CD player, shaded wet bar and grill, a complete photo center with a digital video and still photo editing computer. Breakfast (cooked to order), buffet lunch and an elegant chef prepared dinnerwith tableside service are served in addition to fresh mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks. Beverages (soft beverages, local beer and wine) are complimentary while onboard.

Diving amenities include Nitrox (unlimited Nitrox is $100 per week or $150 for 10 night trips), individual dive lockers, camera table with low pressure air hoses, and two hot, fresh water showers. Filled tanks, weights and weight belts are included in your price.


Bahamas Master

Originally based in Panama, this 35m steel vessel became part of the Master Liveaboards fleet in early 2018 as the Bahamas Master.

The Bahamas Master has 8 well-designed cabins and can comfortably welcome 16 divers aboard. Guests can choose between three cabin types; with two Master cabins on the forward upper deck, with double beds plus private en-suite bathroom, two premier twin cabins with en-suite and four standard cabins sharing two bathrooms with heated showers. All Bahamas Master cabins have panoramic windows, so there is plenty of day light and ocean view for all.

Communal relaxation areas are both on the upper and main deck of the Bahamas Master. On the main deck towards the bow of the boat, you will find the indoor lounge with comfortable seats & sofas and a TV/DVD. Upstairs, you will find the spacious covered outdoor bar and dining area, as well as a sundeck for relaxation after the dives.

Dive equipment is set up and stored at the rear of the main deck. All Bahamas Master guests are allocated an individual set up location, with under bench storage for masks, fins and other personal items. A central camera set up table can be used to store prepared equipment ahead of the dive, with dedicated rinse tanks provided.

The Bahamas Master Captain welcomes you to join him at the fly-bridge, from where you can soak up the stunning views of the Bahamian islands.


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