Bahamas Liveaboards

Probably an absolute best in the Caribbean, Bahamas also hit the top charts as one of the best diving destinations on earth. Featuring some of the best shark dives in the world as well as sunken galleons, blue holes, forest-like coral reefs, and underwater caves, these sun-kissed islands amaze divers from around the world

Reviews about Bahamas Liveaboards

Bahamas Master Liveaboard Master LiveaboardBlue O Two & Worldwide Dive and Sail, 16 reviews

Not as expected ... disappointed

The itinerary didnt match the actual trip that it stated on Multiple dive locations mentioned and excursions mentioned on a typical itinerary on the website, also described as shark feeding followed by open deck diving, this was never available. The rib sat in the middle of the already cramped sun deck the entire week supported by the bean bags, this left 5 sun chairs for 16 guests. The diving seemed really restrictive, like we were being lead around like school children not really experienced to adventure off on our own. I have done maybe 30 liveaboards and this was disappointing, it didnt represent good value at approx 3500 dollars. I understand we had bad weather days but I found this disputable on what is deemed a bad weather day as at least two of the days seemed more than diveable. I believe many divers dive everyday in Europe on what in the Bahamas is a bad weather day in Europe is classed as a good day and more than efficient to dive with a metre wave. The lounge was missing also, from the pictures of the boat it also showed an enclosed lounge ? To sum up, on the whole the boat and the experience were disappointing and it didnt represent value for what was offered.
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Bahamas Aggressor Liveaboard Aggressor LiveaboardAggressor Fleet, 6 reviews

Friendly, Helpful and Enthiustiastic Staff

I was aboard December 14-21. My cabin was possibly the smallest on the boat, with (I'm being generousness) 6X2 feet of floor space. Not much time other than sleeping is spent in there but my roller duffel didn't fit in the under bunk storage area and had to be stored in the wheelhouse. My top bunk in that tiny cabin featured an air duct running it's length, intruding so low that I could barely turn over. No grab rails are provided so it's a leap of faith getting out of the thing in the morning.
I can't say enough about the crew of Bahamas Aggressor. They are to a person, truly on top of their game, striving to deliver a personable, exciting, and safe as possible open water diving experience on some great dive sites around Exuma and Eleuthera islands.
The boat is well kept, although we did have a failure of the nitrox system during filling of tanks before the last dive of the trip, and during the run back to Nassau the AC unit failed (it was repaired not too long after our arrival at the dock).
Food? Fantastic! And plenty of snacks between dives. If I win the lottery I might hire the cook away from Bahamas Aggressor.
The first and last nights were spent in port of Nassau. There is a party / bar boat a couple hundred feet from where BHA ties up. Its music blares until early in the AM and the pounding bass is not easily muffled, even with a pillow over ones head and wearing noise canceling headphones. I probably got four hours of sleep the first night. The last night I was tired enough that I got about six hours.
I'd go out on BHA again on the Tiger beach itinerary, it runs out of Freeport much less a party city and port, I am told. I'd think twice about the Nassau itinerary again, great diving but good gosh that music!
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