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Dive liveaboards that offer something different

Liveaboards give you the chance to explore more of the world’s best diving destinations. Without having to return to shore each night, you can travel further in a shorter space of time, visiting more dive sites, make friends on board, and really immerse yourself in the diving lifestyle.

Great tour add-ons for your diving holiday

A diving holiday takes you to some of the most beautiful and fascinating parts of the planet. And since you are travelling all that way, you might as well add a little extra time to your trip to experience something really special…

$500 (£200) Off selected 2017 Liveaboard Charters!

We have a fantastic deal for the next 10 days! Get $500 USD (£200) off selected liveaboards to the following destinations: Belize, Cayman Islands, Galapagos, Indonesia, Maldives, Palau & Turks & Caicos.  YOU MUST BOOK BY JAN 15! Valid on travel during the WHOLE of 2017 Call our team on 01273 921 001 today to find out […]

Dive with dolphins: where to go?

Once you head beneath the waters, you’re entering a magical place – a world that is totally different from our own, full of strange and beautiful creatures. But perhaps none has captured our imagination as much as the dolphin. Famed for their beauty, intelligence and countless stories of human interaction (including lifesaving exploits), the dolphin […]

3 must-visit Galapagos dive sites

Galapagos is the second largest marine reserve in the world, home to an undersea environment fuelled by both cold and warm currents. Natural diversity is everywhere; to find it under the waves you’ll need a liveaboard and a captain who knows these waters well. To help you find your way, here are 3 sites that should […]

Galapagos diving

It’s a long way to Tipperary, but it’s even further to the Galapagos. Far as it is though, this tiny archipelago is possibly the most famous natural habitat on the planet. We have a 19th century naturalist to thank for that. And if you have never heard of Charles Darwin, perhaps you are a member of a […]

Swimming with manta rays

By Gavin Parsons “What has a wingspan of up to seven metres?” That was a question in a pub quiz last week and I’m the only one who got it right. Some guessed condor, others golden eagle, but while these birds are impressive they are never going to beat the correct answer – the manta ray. […]