1. What To Expect From A Liveaboard Dive Trip?
Eat, sleep, dive, repeat. This is what you can expect from a liveaboard trip.
Dive cruise first day. The vessel has traveled overnight, the air smells of coffee when we wake up at 7 am. Eggs, muffins, and fruit for breakfast.
We put on our gear, check it out, and listen to the briefing. A giant stride and we are into the water, enjoying a first impressive dive: pelagic creatures are our dive buddies. We return to the boat. The crew helps us to board again. A tray with cold sandwiches awaits us.
The second dive takes place just before lunch. It is salad, grouper ceviche or rice with duck. While we eat, the boat sails slowly. After a short break to unload our pics, we prepare to descend to the reef.
A hot shower before dinner. The food has the taste of a 5-star restaurant.
There are some divers getting ready for the night dive. Meanwhile, others take a look at the beverages menu.
Back in our room, we’ve fallen asleep just on the spur of the moment just resting our heads on the pillow.
Seven o’clock in the morning comes early. The air smells of coffee again. The boat is at a new and exciting dive site.
2. Choose Where: Liveaboard Dive Trip Locations and Itineraries
Depending on your diving bucket list, you will be more interested in some routes or others.
As you know, some scuba areas are ideal for wreck diving experiences like the Red Sea. In others, you will be able to dive with white sharks, as Guadalupe Island offers.
Do you want to live an impressive encounter with breathtaking manta rays? Then, Socorro is your best option. Meanwhile, hammerheads and whale sharks are waiting for you in the Maldives.