Award-winning luxury liveaboard offering action-packed Bahamas dive itineraries to discerning guestsfrom $299 /day
- Voted the best liveaboard in the world by Scuba Diving Magazine readers
- Enjoy 26 dives on each action-packed seven-night itinerary
- Plenty to keep non-divers occupied with watersports and daily excursions
- Make yourself comfortable in some of the largest cabins in the industry
All Star Liveaboards has more than 40 years of experience operating dive liveaboards in the Bahamas, and for those seeking a luxury dive adventure, the fleet’s newest vessel - Aqua Cat - is certainly the right choice. This five-star floating resort is All Star Liveaboards’ premier service - one that has been voted the best liveaboard in the world by Scuba Diving Magazine readers - and provides a luxury experience with a comfortable and casual vibe. Expect unparalleled hospitality, some of the largest cabins in the industry, daily shore excursions, and dive-packed itineraries showcasing the best sites the Caribbean has to offer.
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The Bahamas is both the spiritual and physical home of All Star Liveaboards, having started operating out of Bimini over 40 years ago with a single vessel. All Star Liveaboards’ all-star team believe strongly that scuba diving travel needs to be within reach of the next generation of divers, and their fleet now features four Bahamas-based vessels, covering three distinct price-points, from budget to luxury. They even offer a crewed charter catamaran option that can be customised to accommodate divers and non-divers. Throughout the years of growth, one constant has always remained. Every member of the All Star Liveaboards’ dive management family is a passionate scuba diver and understands the unique needs of the industry and its customers.
Aqua Cat offers up to 26 dives on each seven-night all-inclusive trip exploring the Exuma Cays - and weather permitting, Eleuthera too! Itineraries are designed to give guests the greatest variety of Caribbean diving possible, from reefs, wrecks, and walls, to blue holes and passive shark feeding dives. The vessel’s expansive dive deck and accompanying tender provide maximum comfort during each day of diving, and are guaranteed to satisfy even the most discerning of guests. And, the award-winning crew will go above and beyond to help accommodate your needs, be it a little extra attention underwater, or extra space for sidemount set-ups or oxygen cylinders for rebreathers.
Onboard All Star Aqua Cat
The 31-metre Aqua Cat was specifically designed with scuba divers and adventure travellers in mind, boasting 11 comfortable main deck cabins with a range of sleeping configurations. Each all-inclusive voyage aboard Aqua Cat includes three freshly-prepared meals a day, featuring a mix of both American and Bahamian cuisine. The onboard bar opens with a happy-hour in the afternoon, for those who aren’t doing a night dive, and serves wine, cocktails, rum drinks and local craft beer on tap. On the main deck, you’ll find a spacious dining and lounge area, complete with cushioned sofas, and an expansive alfresco desk. From the main deck, guests can head upstairs to the sun deck which comes furnished with loungers for maximum relaxation.
Diving from All Star Aqua Cat
Aqua Cat offers many water sports such as snorkeling, kayaking, standup paddle boarding, as well as land-excursions such as hiking, beachcombing, and sunbathing on a deserted beach. They also offer up to 26 dives on each week-long trip, with itineraries designed to give you the greatest variety of Caribbean diving possible. Aqua Cat’s 900-sq. ft. dive deck provides plenty of individual space for every diver, while a convenient camera table, charging station, and showers ensure hassle-free diving for all. Full rental gear is available on board, including torches and computers, and nitrox 32% can be provided at an additional cost. Courses from beginner to advanced can also be arranged.
- Want to use a rebreather? Aqua Cat can provide oxygen cylinders for rebreather divers, but you’ll have to bring the rest!
- The most common sharks on these trips are nurse and Caribbean reef sharks, but lucky divers can also see lemon, tiger, bull, whale and hammerhead sharks.