Bahamas Scuba Travel
Experience the Bahamas and exceptional scuba diving. The variety of dive sites like the Exuma Cays are unique in the Caribbean: Coral reefs, steep walls, historic wrecks and high-speed drift diving! Scuba diving in the Bahamas is amazing! The Bahamas have it all and for all levels of experience.
Liveaboard and Resorts
Aqua Cat liveabord has very large cabins and a dedicated highly experienced crew. Enjoy the resort retreat liveaboard with gourmet style meals, bar and a sundeck.
And enjoy hiking, snorkeling a various leisure time activities between the dives.
- Luxury accommodation
- 83 sqm dive deck
- 31m length with 11 cabins
- Fully renovated 2017
Blackbeard’s is a 20m adventure sailboats and it offers best value for money for couple and single. A picnic and camping style guarantees team spirit and a lot of fun!
And after a day full of scuba adventures enjoy the sunset on deck with free wine and beer.
- Dormitory accommodations
- Shared baths and shower
- Departs from Nassau
- 6 night to Exuma Cays
The Cat Ppalu is a modern and stylish sailing catamaran. It is perfect for a group of friends that want to design their own itinerary.
SUPs, snorkeling, kayaks and fishing gear is available to create an enjoyable liveaboard in the Bahamas.
- Six private cabins with A/C
- Forward trampoline to enjoy
- Beer, wine, rum included
- Dining at communal table
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How to get there?
The Bahamas is an island chain with over 700 islands and 2,400 cays that extends 760 miles.
Central hub to embark on a liveaboard trip is Nassau international airport (IATA: NAS). NAS has direct connections into various airports in US.
Bahamas Scuba insights
The reefs off the Bahamas are one of the longest in the world and still have a an impressive bio diversity.
Rather specific species are the pelagic national fish Blue Merlin, beautiful Conch mollusk and the Blue Tang. The impressive Nassau Grouper can reach over 1m in length.
The lionfish is an invasive species to the Bahamas but still an amazing and beautiful fish.
Green turtles, hawksbills and loggerhead are a common encounter.