All Star Liveaboards offer a range of vessels that bring space and luxury to your chosen scuba diving location. The fleet boasts traditional style Indonesian craft, a catamaran with the largest liveaboard cabins afloat and the largest trimaran in the world. Not only will you be treated to space and luxury, but most vessels also don't dictate fixed itineraries which allow for great flexibility to explore both above and below the ocean waves. Areas featured include Northern Exumas, Eleuthera, BVI, and Komodo and Raja Ampat. The crew on each vessel will welcome you to their vessel like it was their home; you will experience an excellent level of service aimed at delivering you the best vacation possible.
Aqua Cat is a 102’ luxury catamaran designed for divers. The eleven cabins offer the largest space of any liveaboard vessel and make the perfect home for your trip to explore the remote Exumas and Eleuthera Islands. With no fixed itinerary, you can be flexible with your choice of destinations and activities and take advantage of Aqua Cat’s accompanying 28’ launch to visit deserted beaches, explore uninhabited islands or join one of the many eco excursion available. This trip is a great option for groups including families and non-divers.
The Aurora is a Pinisi style vessel which is a traditional design for the Indonesia waters she sails in. Built in a rich teak, the dark wood brings charm to the interior of the ship. Routes cover Raja Ampat and Komodo where you can see a great diversity of marine life. Sixteen guests can be accommodated over eight en-suite cabins in the 132’ vessel which features plenty of common areas for relaxing and socializing too.
Blackbeard's Liveaboard Cruises offer liveaboard vacations based on, “Twice the fun for half the price.” Eighteen guests sleep in dormitory style bunks (thinking camping at sea) in nine cabins that accommodate either two or four divers. The 65’ sail boats, Morning Star and Sea Explorer, depart from Nassau weekly. There’s no set itinerary so that you can make the most of the conditions, but you can expect to make up to 19 dives around the Exumas, SW Eleuthera and Little San Sal area in Central Bahamas.
Cat Ppalu is a 65’ sailing catamaran that accommodates 12 guests in six cabins. Setting sail from Nassau weekly, the trip can be chartered to explore Northern Exumas. It’s possible to make 19 dives, but you can set your own schedule and choose destinations which include land based options and other watersports. The vessel features a forward trampoline which is the best place to laze and hang out and watch the scenery slip by while underway. This vessel is ideal for a group comprising of non-divers too. Just sit back and let the crew do the rest.
The Cuan Law is 104’ long and the largest sailing trimaran in the world. Twenty guests can enjoy the luxury of space while exploring the waters of BVI. Be treated to Caribbean shipwrecks and a flexible itinerary that can include topside activities too. The vessel was designed by Duncan Muirhead, who along with his wife, still operate the trips today. The couple offers fantastic attention to detail and bring over 40 years’ experience to your scuba diving vacation.