316 liveaboards available for upcoming departures
Tala Liveaboard operates in Egypt is a 37m vessel constructed in steel that can cater for a maximum of 22 guests in her 11 cabins with en suite bathrooms and climate control. Relaxation areas include the indoor lounge combined with the bar and dining area. The upper deck has an open-air lounge with comfortable seating and shade along with a sun deck with beds. The dive deck is equipped for both recreational and technical divers; there are even scooters available.
Deep Andaman Queen
Deep Andaman Queen Liveaboard in Myanmar and Thailand is a great option for a liveaboard cruise for all guests regardless if you are a professional diver or enjoying a first time cruise in Myanmar and Thailand. The 28 metre stable vessel has a range of cabin types to suit all guests. There is the budget friendly quad and triple cabins. Deluxe double and twin cabins and the spacious master cabin with panoramic views. All cabins have ensuite bathrooms with climate control.
Alila Purnama Liveaboard in Indonesia is a traditional Phinisi that is one of the most luxurious in Indonesia. At 46 metres she caters for only ten guests in 5 cabins that match the luxury of the Alila resorts. All cabins have ensuite bathrooms with separate toilets. The Master Suite is even larger and has a private sundeck with loungers and a balcony. There is plenty of space both inside and out for relaxation with many activities in addition to the diving offered.
Lapat Liveaboard in Thailand offers the ultimate flexibility for a liveaboard cruise with departures every day. There are two types of cabins for her 16 guests. The master double cabins are ensuite, and the six twin cabins share the four bathrooms on board. The upper deck has an indoor saloon area with comfortable sofas and an entertainment system. Meals are served alfresco with both western and Thai cuisine. The top deck has a partially covered sundeck with mattresses.
Jaya Liveaboard in Indonesia is a 23m traditional Phinisi sailing schooner that cruises both Komodo and Raja Am-pat in Indonesia. She can accommodate 14 guests in her six lower deck cabins which are comfortably arranged and have climate control. The upper deck has plenty of space to relax with bean bags in the sun area. There is comfortable seating with tables on the main deck that doubles as an alfresco dining area. The dive deck has rinse tanks and storage for each guest.
Gaia Love Liveaboard in Indonesia is a brand new 40m steel hulled vessel with Lavish luxury meets modern design. She was purpose built for divers to explore the far reaches of Indonesia. Fall in love with her contemporary look and styling, with an emphasis on comfort. Up to 22 guests are accommodated in 11 spacious, impeccably furnished rooms on two decks. With a total of four decks, there is more than enough room for everyone and everything you could wish for on a liveaboard.
Manta Queen 8
Manta Queen 8 Liveaboard in Thailand is the most luxurious boat in the well-known and highly regarded Manta Queen fleet of liveaboards in Thailand. Manta Queen 8 runs 4 night trips to the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock and Boon Sung Wreck. She is 28 metres long by 7 metres wide and accommodates 24 guests in comfortable air-conditioned cabins. Nitrox is available on board for divers who are certified or wish to obtain the qualification.
Sea Hunter Liveaboard in Cocos Island was extensively renovated and redesigned to form a commercial dive support vessel. She is the pioneer liveaboard for diving Cocos Island. She has a spacious dive platform, with a comfortable interior offering 10 cabins for up to 20 guests on board. Sea Hunter is explicitly designed for long range expeditions to Cocos and Malpalo Islands. Diving is supported by two tenders. Photographers, both amateur and professional, will appreciate the facilities provided for them on board.
Solomons PNG Master
Solomons PNG Master Liveaboard (formerly known as Taka) in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea is a custom designed, 30m-long steel diving vessel. She is one of the newest members of the highly regarded Master Liveaboards fleet. Built in 2004, she accommodates up to 20 guests in 12 cabins. She has a huge lounge and dining area with large TVs, DVD player and a dedicated camera area. This is the perfect place to share photos, read a book or simply relax in air-conditioned comfort.
Busy Girl Liveaboard in Indonesia is a 15m wooden vessel catering to just four guests, offering an almost private cruise. There are only two cabins, a double or a twin set up. Communal spaces are the indoor din-ing area plus an outside relaxation area with seating and bean bags. The dive deck has space for each guest and direct entry is possible from the main boat rather than zodiac. Ideal for experienced divers to explore the area.