Bahamas on their own have plenty dive sites on the plate. Here you will find world’s deepest blue hole together with shallower coral gardens and mystique wrecks. The truly unique place is Shark Rodeo at Walker's Cay where you can spot up to 100 reef and blacktip sharks at the depth of only 11 meters to enjoy it regardless of your certificate. Coral Caverns at Green Turtle Cay, Abacos will take your breath with tall coral twisting alleys and large swim-throughs to suck you into adventure. Littlehale’s Lair, Grand Bahama is an ideal spot for underwater photographers to make memorable shots for the Bahamas liveaboard trip. If you’re interested in seeing gracious Manta rays, look for Bahamas liveaboard diving in October, when these magnificent creatures come closer to the shores.
Belize is famous for its cayes, which are coral sand and mangroves islands in between the barrier reef and the mainland. They are home to a vast diversity of marine species: from tiddly arrow crabs to massive whale sharks. The second largest Barrier Reef in the world can amaze you with sharks, diversity of rays, whales, turtles and thousands of smaller fish inhabitants. In Belize liveaboard diving follows the same pattern with every boat so you will be able to observe major sights here regardless of the boat and itinerary. For seekers of unseen places, caverns and the Great Blue Hole of Belize are available for exploration and enjoyment.
TURKS & CAICOS
The thriving ecosystem of the coral reef and breathtaking walls create unforgettable experience for Turks & Caicos liveaboard guests. The home to enormous variety of turtles, this place is famous for its alluring turquoise species. Turks & Caicos are in fact 40 different islands separated into two larger parts. Turks is separated from Caicos by the Columbus Passage, which is a water highway for migrating fish, turtles, rays, dolphins and Humpback whales from January through March. One of the biggest islands - Provo - is protected by the National Parks Ordinance, which as a result offers divers abundance of marine life. To get the most of Turks & Caicos liveaboard diving, come to Grace Bay dive site to see small walls with deep coral canyons together with turtles and pregnant reef sharks.
Almost infinite visibility on Cayman liveaboards made this one of the to diving destinations. Devilish drop-offs and world class wrecks in combination with traditionally marvelous coral reef attract divers from all over the world. Grand Cayman’s North Wall is a dive site that goes into abyss for as deep as 1800 m (6000 ft); this place will stay in your memory because of the spotted eagle rays and abundance of turtles. Little Cayman with its fascinating swim-throuhgs and vibrant colors can become a perfect shot for any underwater photographer. Whether you’re looking for reef diving or wrecks occupy your mind completely, Cayman Islands liveaboard diving can offer it all!
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
British Virgin Islands liveaboards are also famous for turtles and abundance of marine life. Due to the absence of necessity to fish for food here, blossoming corals and schools of diverse fishes continue developing and multiplying everywhere around the islands. Traditional inhabitants of the Caribbean Sea are also common here, including but not limited to nurse sharks, moray eels, barracuda, eagle rays, groupers, spiny lobsters, etc. In case you’re looking for large marine mammals, British Virgin Islands are not the best place to meet them. You will meet many dolphins at the majority of dive sites here, but don’t expect these creatures to be very interested in your personality. British Virgin Islands, however, compensate this fact with unforeseen coral reefs due to the ban on reef anchoring.
ST. MAARTEN / SABA / ST. KITTS
The Northeastern Caribbean is not a traditional touristic place where you’ll face thousands of beach lovers. No, these islands are hidden from the public’s view by the tourist centers and this is what adds to their charm. These islands are famous for the dormant volcano (which is around 900 m /3000 ft high) and submerged offshore pinnacles. The marine life here will amaze you with barracudas, morays, rays, sharks (from the mellow nurse shark to the white tip reef shark), large schools of traditional reef fishes. During the winter months you may even encounter migratory whales during your dives. The most famous dive site here is St. Eustatius which is a protected area with large Angel fish, frog fish, sea horses, octopuses, turtles, and curious larger pelagics.
ROATAN ISLAND, HONDURAS
Roatan Island is a part of West End Marine Reserve, which is one of the few places in the world that improve every years in terms of their marine inhabitants. Here dozens of amazing dive sites are at your disposition, but CoCo View Wall is definitely a must-see. This is a huge reef wall that drops into the blue oblivion together with the current will give you the feeling of a fairy tail. The series of deep canyons at Mary’s Place with the tunnels maze and tiniest macro life can leave a mark in your memory forever. Here you will spot huge blue fans, feathery looking sea plumes, and green and gold sea rods that are hardly seen in any other destinations of the liveaboard diving vacation in the Caribbean.