The Best Scuba Liveaboards In Mexico

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Joining a Scuba Liveaboard in Mexico is one of the most incredible experiences that all underwater lovers MUST have at least once in their life.

The only risk is that you get addicted.

Scuba Liveaboards are small cruises with a limited number of participants with the sole purpose of diving, although on some occasions other outdoor activities are available in the spare time.

In Mexico, you have the opportunity to join a Liveaboard on the West Coast, around Guadalupe Island, off the Baja California Shores,  Socorro Island, further south in the State of Colima and in the Sea of Cortez.

The sea of Cortez, otherwise called the Aquarium of the world, is home of 900 species of fish and colorful corals, while around Socorro and Guadalupe you can see huge pelagics, such as Hammer Sharks, Giant Mantas and, and the great white shark to name a few.

In this post, I will explain extensively the characteristic of each dive sites, when is the best time to visit what are the best cruises and their main features.

If you are thinking about joining a cruise and you are undecided, this post is for you.

Liveaboard dive sites in Mexico: an overview

Socorro island liveaboard – Pelagic lovers find paradise in Socorro Islands – An archipelago of 4 islands also called Revillagigedo islands, home of many species of sharks, Humpback whales, dolphins, and large Manta Rays. Although you cannot expect to see coral reefs, you will be busy enough to spot the spectacular huge creatures.  The visibility in this area varies from 15-50m (49-164ft) and water temperatures range from 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit) up to 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit). It’s a very remote area that you can only reach on a liveaboard, a protected biosphere where conservation organizations are working to protect the delicate ecosystem.

Guadalupe island shark diving – A tiny volcanic island, and newly named Bio-Sphere reserve, off the coast of Baja California, is one of the most popular spots in the World where to see the great white shark. Since it has been proclaimed a protected area, the number of dive cruises permits are limited in order to protect the environments. Therefore this is one of the liveaboards that you would need to book way in advance, sometimes even 2 years, to save your spot. 

Sea of Cortez liveaboard – Protected by the Baja California Peninsula, the Sea of Cortez, also called Gulf of Mexico is a paradise both for divers and snorkelers, for its rich marine life and calm waters. Jacque Cousteau denominated it the Aquarium of the world for a reason. Here divers can admire spectacular colorful corals and nudibranchs as much as many different species of fish of any size and color, all year round. It’s also possible to dive in the Sea of Cortez with daily trips from La Paz, Loreto, Los Cabos, and Cabo Pulmo, although spending a week on a Liveaboard is a completely different and unique experience and you reach spots that you wouldn’t be able to reach on a daily trip.


Mexico Diving Liveaboard Reviews

Socorro Vortex


Socorro Vortex is one of the most demanded boats both for trips to Socorro and Guadalupe.

Built exclusively for divers, the vessel offers the maximum comfort and world-class service for an overall luxury experience.

It welcomes only 14 guests in 7 deluxe accommodations: 4 Luxury Staterooms with 2 singles or one Queen located on the lower deck, 2 Jr Suites with 2 twin beds or 1 King on the main deck and one Master Suite with a California King size bed located on the upper deck.

Social areas include the main deck lounge and bar, alfresco dining area, open-air lounge and jacuzzi on the upper deck and sun loungers on the top deck. There is also complimentary high-speed wifi available as well as a complimentary bar.

  • Itineraries available
    •  Socorro Islands with departure from Cabo San Lucas
    • Guadalupe with departure from Ensenada.

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Solmar V

solmar boat out and inside

Solmar V offers great comfort for a lower budget.

The two room types, standard and superior come with bunk beds,  top-of-the-line “Pillow-Top” mattresses and non-allergenic down alternative pillows and comforters, and aircon.

Single travelers who don’t like to share can book their own single cabin with ensuite bathroom for an extra couple of hundred dollars only.

The boat salon provides comfortable seating, a large-screen television, and a full entertainment system.

The 10 professional crew members provide the best attention to the guests to ensure that every need is met.

The vessel offers a spacious dive deck with a multi-level camera table, rinse tanks and freshwater showers. The dive stations are positioned around the outside of the deck and the dive crew provides endless tank fills.

  • Itineraries available
    •  Socorro Islands with departure from Cabo San Lucas
    • Guadalupe with departure from Ensenada.

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valentina liveaboard interior and exterior

Joining Valentina liveaboard offers the best diving experience in the Sea of Cortez, with many different itineraries around these beautiful calm waters thriving with marine life and to Socorro Islands to see the majestic pelagics.

Built-in 1999, the vessel underwent a major refurbishing in 2013 to offer its guests the highest standards.

The MV Valentina Liveaboard has 10 air-conditioned cabins, each with an en-suite bathroom.

The world-class meals, served in the air-conditioned dining room, offer a variety of Mexican, European and Asian dishes while an open bar is available with a choice of various soft drinks, cocktails, liquors, and draft beer. (some beverages require payment on site).

  • Itineraries available to:
    • Socorro Islands with departure from San Jose’ del Cabo
    • Sea of Cortez with departure from San Jose’ del Cabo or La Paz

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Socorro Aggressor

liveaboard boat internal and external

Socorro Aggressor is one of the most popular vessels of this price range for an amazing liveaboard experience in Pacific Mexico.

The 13 staterooms available spread over the upper and lower decks, cater to up to 26 guests and feature en-suite bathrooms, bathrobes, hairdryer, and fresh towels, and individual climate control, monitor with media player and storage space.

A world-class cuisine, including Mexican specialties, is offered in the is the large indoor dining room, on the main deck.

 The sun deck at the top of the boat is perfect to chill out in-between diving.

  • Itineraries available to:
    • Socorro Islands with departure from San Jose’ del Cabo
    • Guadalupe with departure from Ensenada

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Nautilus Explorer

internal and external of a boat

Sister property of Nautilus Belle Amie, this beautiful and modern boat offers a spectacular Diving Experience and comfort and modern space to relax in between diving.

It’s one of the few boats that offer triple room accommodation for the more budget-conscious travelers and a modest surcharge for the single occupancy.

Boat features:

  • Internet available at an extra cost
  • Nitrox available but not included
  • Itineraries available to:
    • Socorro Islands with departure from Cabo San Lucas
    • Guadalupe with departure from San Diego or Ensenada

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    Nautulus Belle Amie

    Belle amie nautilus interior and external

    Sister property of Nautilus Explorer, Nautilus Belle Amie, has been built with the most sophisticated features to guarantee the most exclusive and comfortable experience, including a wide beam and deep draft and a heavily soundproofed ship’s design, to assured a good night’s sleep.

    The Nautilus Belle Amie Liveaboard offers 17 cabins, ranging from cost-effective staterooms to premium suites, and a large sun deck with shaded bar and lounge area, a comfortable indoor lounge and bar area, with flat-screen TV and entertainment system.

    3 high-speed large inflatable dive skiffs ensure maximum safety.

    A professional and experienced crew of 12 will also guarantee that exceptional service is provided for the most extraordinary Mexico Liveaboard experience.

    • Itineraries available to:
      • Socorro Islands with departure from Cabo San Lucas
      • Guadalupe with departure from San Diego or Ensenada

      Click the button below to learn more and check the prices and availability for the Nautilus Belle Amie

      Nautilus Under Sea


      The youngest sister of the Nautilus fleet for spectacular diving in Socorro and Guadalupe islands, Nautilus Under Sea has quite a lot of stories to tell.

      In fact, it’s been used for investigative missions and it was used to film one of the James Bond movies “License to kill”.

      Quite a popular boat indeed.

      With a total of 8 spacious cabins of different types, lots of common space for relaxing and chilling in between dives, Nautilus Under Sea it’s another great option for your Liveaboard diving trip in Mexico.

      • Itineraries available to:
        • Socorro Islands with departure from Cabo San Lucas
        • Guadalupe with departure from San Diego or Ensenada

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      Quino El Guardian

      Quino el guardian in and out

      This 25 mt boat has been specifically built for diving scientific research and suits best for adventurous travelers who are not in need of luxury and privacy.

      Although the boat offers the best comfort and all the diving facilities, plus a large partially shaded sundeck with lawn chairs a salon with comfortable sofas, TV, and computer table, the rooms are all on a shared basis and so are the 4 large bathrooms.

      Diving takes place from the huge dive deck, which is well organized for gear storage and has spacious camera tables.

      • Itineraries available to:
        • Socorro Islands with departure from Cabo – Baja California
        • Sea of Cortez with departure from San Jose del Cabo or Puerto Peñasco – Baja California

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      Rocio Del Mar

      rocio del mar cabins and external

      Sister boat with Quinino el Guardian, this boat offer a great liveaboard diving experience with a more upscale standard.

      The vessel in fact Twin or double room for a maximum of 2 people instead of the quadruples and an ensuite bathroom, besides carpets, windows, storage space.  Therefore it caters divers with a higher budget. 

      For relaxation, guests can choose the 2nd deck salon or sun deck with BBQ. The spacious dining area is located on the lower forward part of the Rocio del Mar, to minimize and sense of movement whilst you are enjoying your tasty meals.

      • Itineraries available to:
        • Socorro Islands with departure from Cabo San Lucas
        • Sea of Cortez with departure from Puerto Peñasco

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      Which Mexico Liveaboard to choose

      socorro vortexfrom $340/day14YesNo70%
      SOLMAR VSolmar V boatfrom $199/day22YesYes100%
      VALENTINAVALENTINA BOATfrom $308/day20YesNo65%
      NAUTILUS BELLE AMIEfrom $240/day32YesYes25%
      NAUTILUS UNDER SEAfrom $288/day19YesYes25%
      QUININO EL GUARDIANfrom $267/day16YesNoon request

      ROCIO DEL MARROCIO DEL MARfrom $335/day20YesNo100%

      *Single Cabin- a cabin suitable with one person – no single supplement needed
      ** Single Supplement – a cabin for 2 pax rented for 1 pax only – single supplement applied

      When is the best time to join a Liveaboard diving trip in Mexico

      Mexico diving is great all year round but there are certain months of the year that are more suitable for each Liveaboard itineraries. Here below I will give you all the details so that you can decide when to book your trip on a scuba liveaboard in Mexico.

      Best time to join a liveaboard to Socorro Islands

      Pelagic species are present year-round at Socorro Island, but Liveaboards operates only from November to May to guarantee the best conditions for a comfortable journey.

      The sea conditions in the Pacific are in fact calmest during these months.

      The weather is generally sunny with occasional rain showers.

      Also during the winter months, divers also have the chance of spotting a whale shark or one of the thousands of humpbacks that breed and calve in the area, besides Manta Rays, that are around all year.

      Unfortunately, at this time, visibility can be quite disturbed because of the plankton blooms, which increases during the full moon.

      Best time to join a Liveaboard to Guadalupe island

      From August to October, it’s time for Guadalupe Island, where divers have the chance to go cage diving with great white sharks.

      With the clear waters of Guadalupe and reliable great white sightings, this is sure to be an overexciting trip to remember.

      Elsewhere in Mexico, November to May is considered high season for general tourism, causing an increase in the prices of flights and accommodation on the mainland.

      June and July are considered off-season because the sea is too rough and the water too warm for the pelagics.

      But if you happen to be in the area, local dive shops offer land-based daily tours from Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Cabo Pulmo, and Loreto and it’s time to find great deals as well. Temperature is really hot but also the water so that you can easily dive in your lycra.

      Best time to dive in the Sea of Cortez

      Although diving in the Sea of Cortez is available all year round with daily dives from the shore, Liveaboards tend to operate in this area from July through November, with some exceptions.  

      This time of the year is when the Sea of Cortez is at its warmest as the water reaches approximately 80°F (27°C), the best months for hammerhead encounters in the region.

      Whale sharks can also occasionally be spotted in Cabo Pulmo National Park and in the Bay of La Paz in October, although it’s not the ideal time to travel weather-wise for the higher risk of rain. 

      Visibility is great all year round but at its best in the summer months.

      Summer is also the best time to get great deals as it’s considered low season.

      However, if you are particularly fond of pelagics, it’s best to dive in the wintertime either on a Liveaboard to Socorro or taking day trips from the mainland.

      General information

      Divers aboard a Mexico dive liveaboard can expect to do 3 – 4 dives per day, except for departure and return days, and depending on the weather and itinerary.

      All itineraries are subject to change depending on the divers and the weather, it will always be the Captain’s final choice, and safety is always the main priority.

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      Mexico Diving Safety

      As mentioned before Socorro diving can be quite challenging as currents can be strong and the sea agitated.

      The sea of Cortez is calmer for sure and in the Guadalupe island, not many skills are required as you are in the cage with the guide.

      Also, the liveaboard selected by operates in a secure environment, following all the safety rules.

      However, things can happen both underwater and on the surface for many different reasons.

      Regardless of the conditions of the sea and the safety provided by the boat operators, having dive insurance is highly recommended and most of the time mandatory by the operator in order to join the trip.

      There are many dive insurance that offer packages that also include general travel insurance and vice versa.

      I personally partner with World Nomads which is general travel insurance whose premium plan also includes diving up to 30 mt. (please read the clauses very well before booking).

      However, there are many to chose from. It’s very important that before you chose one, you read very carefully what’s included and not.

      Sometimes insurance policies contract can be tricky.

      I am using World Nomads since I found it pretty much straight forward.

      Socorro Island Liveaboard

      Socorro is the friendly name of a group of 4 volcanic islands officially called Revillagigedo Archipelago.

      Situated at about 400km (250mi)off the pacific coast of Baja California and Colima, Mexico, to which state they belong.

      Its cold waters and currents make it the perfect habitat for large species of pelagic among which, Hammerhead, silky silver and white tip sharks, whales, dolphins, but most of all large Manta Rays.

      However, no coral reef is visible.

      Their remote distance makes these islands only accessible via Liveaboard.

      Dive Sites around Socorro

      SAN BENEDICTO – the most popular area for coming up and close with Giant Pacific Manta Rays.

      SOCORRO ISLAND – the most popular of the four islands, hence the name. From here you can indeed have the most spectacular encounters with the biggest inhabitants of the ocean. From January till March you can swim with Dolphins, while from January till April thousands of Humpback whales in their breeding season will populate these waters while all year round Manta Rays and Silky, Galapagos, white tip and silver tip sharks can be easily found.

      ROCA PARTIDA: A tiny island, the smallest of the four, but with a very diverse ecosystem. It’s basically a pinnacle which attracts large schools of Jacks and Tuna, besides many smaller species together with sharks hiding in the caves at around 13m (40ft)

      CLARION ISLAND: three volcanic peaks form this peculiar island which even has its own Angelfish, the Clarion Angelfish, and it can be spotted cleaning the large pelagic species. Also, Humpback whales can be seen in this area from January until April.

      Socorro Islands diving tips

      • Certificate and experience required – Socorro can be a challenging diving area suitable for advanced divers as sometimes there are strong currents and big waves, and most dive spots are quite deep. Therefore the majority of the Liveaboard operators most require you to have your Advanced Open water with at least 50 logged dives. Even though there are a few operators that only need you to have your Open Water and no minimum logged dives, I strongly recommend not to take it lightly, and only chose this trip if you have enough experience. Please always check this before booking and it is important to remember your dive logs/logbooks.
      • Water temperature –  water temperature is around 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit) in November, 21 degrees Celsius (69-70 degrees Fahrenheit) in February and back up to 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit) in May. Socorro has the calmest seas from November to May
      • Visibility – visibility is generally great but it also depends on the plankton in the water which depends on the moon, in other words, there is more plankton and less visibility with the full moon.
      • Language spoken – The main language is Spanish, but, English is widely spoken
      • Currency – Currency is the Mexican Peso but please check with the boat of your choice the currency and cards accepted for onboard payments of extra expenses.
      • Plug –  it’s the same plug as the US; two flat prongs with the standard voltage being 127V. Please remember to bring an adaptor for all your electrics if you are not coming from the US.
      • WIFI – it’s not available on all the boat – but it’s better to stay disconnected and focus on the beauty of the underwater world.

      How to get To Socorro

      As mentioned before getting to Socorro is only possible via Liveaboard.

      Liveaboards normally depart either from Cabo San Lucas or San Cose del Cabo, both very popular touristic destination in the South of Baja California in the municipality of Los Cabos

      The closest international airport to these two cities is Los Cabos International Airport, which has flights arriving from the United States, Canada, and other main Mexican Cities.

      Operators can always arrange transportation to your hotel or to the Marina.

      It’s always recommended to arrive one day earlier from the cruise departure in order to avoid missing your cruise for a flight delay. Besides you can enjoy the beautiful Baja California coasts as well.

      Guadalupe Island shark diving

      Guadalupe Island is a small volcanic island off the coast of the Mexican state of Baja California and belongs to the municipality of Ensenada. It’s surprisingly inhabited with a population of 213 people only, a community of fishermen.

      Guadalupe rugged landscape stretches over 35 kilometers (22 mi) north-south and up to 9.5 kilometers (5.9 mi) east-west, with a total area of 243.988 km2 (94.204 sq mi).

      Its highest volcanic mountain point rises to a height of 1,298 meters (4,259 ft)  in the north and its smaller counterpart on the southern end is the 975 meters (3,199 ft) El Picacho.

      Guadalupe Island is one of the most demanded liveaboard trips for cage diving with Great White sharks experience.

      The fact that the area has been recently proclaimed a biosphere, environmental operators, and government institutions are even more careful in the conservation of the natural behaviors and environment of the sharks, to be as minimally invasive as possible.

      Guadalupe Island liveaboard highlights

       171 individual sharks have been identified in the region and every few months different sharks come by.

      July and August are the months of the teenage males, a little more aggressive than females, which provide divers with a thrilling experience.

      In September the females start showing up swimming around together with the males. 

      From October through November is when large females appear, magnificent and curious creatures that will get close to the cage and will give photography lovers the perfect opportunity for some amazing shark underwater shots.

      Liveaboard to Guadalupe Island is solely focused on Whale Sharks, although it’s not rare to find furry seals and elephant as Guadalupe hosts a population of over 10,000 of them together with   Northern elephant seals.

      Main dive sites around Guadalupe Island

      There are not specific dive sites. Once the boats arrive at the Island they start preparing the cages where, in the next couple of days, divers and non-divers take turns for the descent with the instructor.

      Guadalupe Island liveaboard diving tips

      • Certificate requirements – Liveaboards to Guadalupe island generally offer 5 days itineraries with around 4 dives per day. The cages are lowered down into the water immediately on arrival so the sharks can get used to it. The cages are hung at around 10 metres down into the water and Surface Supplied Air is used by all the divers, which means that you don’t need to be a certified diver to participate. However, certified divers can go deeper with an instructor for a different experience. Since every boat operator has different rules and requirements, it’s very important that you check the itinerary section for all these details. 
      • Water temperature – between 19 degrees Celsius (66 Fahrenheit) and 22 degrees Celsius (71 Fahrenheit).
      • Visibility –  visibility here is generally great; on average it ranges from 42m to 50m (125ft-150ft) which is good enough to see sharks already coming from afar.
      • Language spoken – The main language is Spanish, but, English is widely spoken
      • Currency – currency is the Mexican Peso but please check with the boat of your choice the currency and cards accepted for onboard payments of extra expenses.
      • Plug –  it’s the same plug as the US; two flat prongs with the standard voltage being 127V. Please remember to bring an adaptor for all your electrics if you are not coming from the US.
      • WIFI – it’s not available on all the boats

      How to get to Guadalupe Island

      Normally Liveaboards to Guadalupe Island leave from either San Diego in California or Ensenada in Baja California, Mexico. Please check in the itinerary section where your boat is leaving from before booking.

      The closest international airport to Ensenada is Tijuana at only 1h 30 minutes drive.

      Sea of Cortez Liveaboard

      The sea of Cortez, touted by Jacque Cousteau as the aquarium of the world, and also known as the Gulf of Baja California, is a protected that stretches for 1,200km (745mi) between Baja California and the Mexican mainland State of Sonora.

      In the South, the sea of Cortez meets the pacific ocean right in front of Los Cabos creating a special marine environment suitable for the greatest pelagics.  It’s common to see schools of manta rays while snorkeling or diving from the shore in the area.

      This area, repaired by the current of the pacific ocean, although still part of it, which guarantee warmer temperature and calmer sea and it’s home of more than 900 fish species including 90 endemic a third of the world cetacean species and 695 vascular plant species, more than in any marine and insular property on the World Heritage List (source)

      Sea of Cortez diving liveaboard highlights

      • Liveaboards operate in the Sea of Cortez in Mexico usually between the months of July and October, although you can find some in other months of the year.
      • Differently from Socorro or Guadalupe here, the Coral is absolutely colorful and lively and together with pinnacles and islands create a incredibly attractive underwater environment.
      • The sea of Cortez is a diving area not only for liveaboard, but also for a daily dive trip, although a liveaboard cruise will allow you to reach more dive sites and more remote areas.
      • The sea lions are one of the most popular attractions with their playful attitude they are around throughout the year although in the months of August and September is when the funny and curious juveniles make their presence even more entertaining.
      • Other popular sights are schools of Hammerhead sharks, Manta Rays, Dolphins
      • From January to March Grey whales, Blue whales and whale sharks are around but a little rarer to see because of the low visibility due to the abundance of plankton
      • The reefs are blooming with sponges, sea fans, and soft and hard corals of all shapes and sizes not to mention the variety of species of Nudibranchs, sea horses, angelfish, and much more.

      Main dive sites in the Sea of Cortez

      Midriff Islands – an archipelago in front of Bahia de los Angeles, in the north of the gulf are home of a reach marine life of all shapes and sizes, from curious and playful sea lions, colorful Nudibranchs, and schools of Mobula Rays. Major dive sites in this area are:

        • La Vela, Angel Island – where you can spot the playful sea lions,  colorful Nudibranchs, and schools of Mobula Rays.
        • El Arrayo, Punta Martir – here a 40 mt (120ft) wall inhabited by a lot of marine life including multiple species of moray eels, seahorses, and schools of reef fish. And, of course, sea lions.

      El Lavadero, Las Animas: Further south close to the island of San Jose’, el Lavadero is another interesting spot included in many Liveaboard itineraries.  It is considered a spiritual dive site reach in schools of jacks. It is said that each jack represents a lost soul. The jacks are often joined by schools of tuna and the so much aimed at, Hammerhead sharks.

      Sea of Cortez diving tips

      • Certificate requirements – The sea of Cortez is usually calm therefore an Open water or equivalent certificate is usually a sufficient requirement to join a liveaboard. However each boat has its own requirement, therefore make sure you check in the itinerary details before booking or, in case of doubt, ask the operator.
      • Water temperature – water temperatures ranging from 20 degrees Celsius up to 29 degrees Celsius.
      • Depth – the depth of these dive sites ranges from 5m (15ft) to 40m (120ft) and the visibility at its worst is 15m (45ft) and at its best 35m (105ft)
      • Language spoken – The main language is Spanish, but, English is widely spoken
      • Currency – currency is the Mexican Peso but please check with the boat about the currency and cards accepted for onboard payments of extra expenses.
      • Plug –  it’s the same plug as the US; two flat prongs with the standard voltage being 127V. Please remember to bring an adaptor for all your electrics if you are not coming from the US.
      • WIFI – it’s not available on all the boat

      For more general information on Baja California, check out this post.

      How to get to the sea of Cortez

      The liveaboards to the Sea of Cortez generally leave either from Punta Peñasco, Cabo or La Paz.

      Punta Peñasco – A less touristic location on the northern coasts of Sonora, relatively close to the US border.  They have been adding more flights and different options to get there. You can check out this site for more information.

      Los Cabos – it’s easily connected to the rest of the world through the international airport of San Jose del Cabo.

      La Paz – La Paz airport is connected to the main hubs in Mexico and has direct flights from Los Angeles.

      Why should you book on

      Also, you will notice that I am suggesting you book your trip on website. is one of the biggest and most reputable online travel agents specialized in Diving Cruises and now also some selected adventure cruises.

      They have a portfolio with + 500 liveaboards carefully selected by their product team and a professional customer service team that will guide you through your reservation process and answer all your questions.

      I am proud to work with them because I know I will leave my readers in very good hands.

      How to place a booking request on  on

      Another great reason why booking with is the easy and seamless reservation process.

      When you place a booking request from the website there is no need for any commitment on your end at the beginning.

      You just send them your request so that their awesome customer service team can check with the operator if they have availability in the selected cabin type, meanwhile, they can answer all the questions you may have.

      Once they confirm availability in the dates and for the boat and cabin you requested they will tell you also how much time you will have to confirm the trip by making your full or down payment, depending on the boat policy.

      Only then you are free to decide whether to move forward with your reservation and commit by placing your payment or cancel without any cancellation fees.

      Things you should know before confirming the booking:

      • Make sure you check all the boat details and the terms and conditions, including the cancellation policy.  This information is available to you on the website, while you make the booking, but if you don’t find it,  you can always ask via email or by phone to the customer service team.
      • Make sure you have the necessary diving experience required for the trip you chose and the necessary documents
      • Arrange your flights only when confirms that the boat is available.
      • In doubt, always ask.

      Enjoy your diving cruise!

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