This impressive steel-constructed vessel is bringing to the Caribbean the attentive service, inviting accommodation and quality diving facilities that you would expect from the Master Liveaboard fleet. Comfortably accommodating 16 divers, the Bahamas Master hails from Panama and set sail for the dive sites of the Bahamas in 2018.
Panoramic cabin windows offer idyliic views of Bahamian islands from a choice of three cabin types: two master cabins on the forward upper deck, containing double beds as well as private en-suite bathrooms; two en-suite premier cabins; and four standard cabins sharing two bathrooms between them.
On deck, enjoy sunbathing between dives on the vessel's comfortable sundeck or find refreshment in the shaded bar and dining area when the day's diving is all done. An indoor lounge is a welcoming communal hub fitted with sofas, a TV and a DVD player.
Length 35m, Breadth 7.3m, 2 engines, 3 x generators, diving facilities including SCUBA air compressors, Nitrox, equipment rinse tanks and equipment rental
First aid and first aiders, emergency oxygen, life jackets and life rafts, radios and smoke detectors.
Schedules & prices
Price per person includes: 7 nights full board accommodation in a Standard cabin (with shared ensuite bathroom), drinking water, tea, coffee, fruit juice and soft drinks, 18-20 dives (weather permitting), 12lt cylinder with air fills, weights and 2 land excursions.
Not included: Flights, Transfers and Port / Park fees. Please contact us for a full package including scheduled flights and transfers according to your chosen date of travel. Overnight stays may be required due to flight timings.
The FREE place below relates to the 'boat space' and does not include flights. Does not apply during special promotions.
With the third largest barrier reef system in the world and over 700 islands and cays, the Bahamas covers a vast 470,000km² of crystal clear Atlantic Ocean, stretching southeast off the Florida coast, above Cuba. The size of the Bahamas is one of the reasons that the island chain guarantees such a variety of diving experiences – wrecks, caves, blue holes, coral gardens, infinite walls and of course, sharks.
The Bahamas is justifiably famous for shark diving. Forget the fleeting glimpse of sharks that you might have seen out in the blue in other destinations. In the Bahamas, shark encounters are typically up close and personal. Caribbean reef sharks, lemon sharks, nurse sharks, bull sharks, great hammerheads, tiger sharks and even oceanic white-tips can all be found in the Bahamas. Besides sharks, you may also find several species of dolphins and whales as well as the Nassau grouper, considered the national fish of the Bahamas.
Regaldive offers liveaboard trips aboard the Bahamas Aggressor and the Bahamas Master. A choice of 7-, 10- and 14-night itineraries visiting a number of world-famous sites including the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, Tiger Beach, Bimini, Cat Island and Pig Beach provide easy access to remote yet premier dive spots.
The spectacularly scenic Exumas consist of an array of more than 350 small islands and cays streaming down from just 35 miles south of New Providence to the anchor islands of Great and Little Exuma to the south. The Exumas are a 120-mile-long island chain-within-the-chain of the Out Islands. The Cays are the most exotic of the Out Islands, a collection of tiny jewels set in the aquamarine and sapphire of the most beautiful water you’ve ever imagined with an intriguing combination of walls and rich shallow reefs. The crystal-clear tropical Atlantic waters are thick with coral reefs that are alive with every imaginable ocean critter.
Twin Centre Options
The size of the island chain, and the variety of both diving and atmosphere between the islands, makes the Bahamas an ideal destination for a twin centre holiday or a land and liveaboard combination.
British Airways flies from London to Nassau airport (Sir Lynden Pindling International - NAS) five times a week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The direct flight takes nine hours. Airports on other islands can be reached via cities in the USA such as Miami and Orlando.
Bahamasair offers seven flights daily from Nassau to Grand Bahama Island.
Departure tax: $15 throughout the Bahamas. In Grand Bahama (Freeport) there is an additional $3 airport security fee for a total of $18.
Transfers: Regaldive can arrange transfers according to your requirements.
Twin centre: The Bahamas makes an ideal twin centre destination and you can combine a land-based holiday with a liveaboard for the ultimate dive holiday. Please ask one of our sales executives for more information.
Passports & Visas
Passengers travelling to the Bahamas must have six months valid on their passport from the date of entry into the Bahamas. British passport holders visiting the Bahamas as a tourist do not need a visa, but you do need to complete an immigration card on arrival.
Note: If you are travelling to the Bahamas via the US, even if you are only transiting, you must check the US entry requirements. If you do not have the correct authorisation you will not be allowed to travel to or transit through the US.
Guests should note that you may well be asked for proof of an exit or onward ticket and of sufficient funds to finance your stay ($200 / day) upon arrival in the country.
There are no compulsory vaccinations, but we recommend protection against tetanus and hepatitis A. Vaccination requirements are subject to change and should be confirmed before departure. For the most up to date advice please consult your travel clinic. Further information regarding vaccinations for travel to this country can be found at www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk and from your local healthcare provider.
Guests should note that proof of yellow fever vaccination is required if you are travelling from an infected area.
The Bahamas are famous for its abundance of sharks. It is the third largest barrier reef area in the world with flourishing and diverse marine life as well as excellent dive site diversity: reefs, walls, drop-offs, drift dives, wrecks, caves and blue holes. Besides sharks, you may also find several species of dolphins and whales as well as the Nassau grouper, considered the national fish of the Bahamas.
Dolphin and Tiger Shark Combo (7 nights) The Dolphin and Tiger Shark Combo covers the best of the West End of Grand Bahama Island plus White Sands Ridge, famous for pods of dolphins. Expect to see lots of sharks including hammerheads, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, tiger sharks, and even bull sharks, not to mention the dolphins!
Tiger Beach Experience (7 nights) The Tiger Beach Experience itinerary covers the best of the West End of Grand Bahama Island. Expect to see lots of sharks including hammerheads, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, tiger sharks, and even bull sharks.
Hammerhead and Tiger Shark Experience (7 nights) The Hammerhead and Tiger Shark Experience covers the best of the West End of Grand Bahama Island plus the renowned Bimini Islands. Expect to see lots of sharks including hammerheads, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, tiger sharks, and even bull sharks, as well as dolphins, rays, grouper, turtles and octopus.
Hammerhead and Tiger Shark Experience (10 nights) The Hammerhead and Tiger Shark Experience covers the best of the West End of Grand Bahama Island plus the renowned Bimini Islands. Expect to see lots of sharks including hammerheads, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, tiger sharks, and even bull sharks, as well as dolphins, rays, grouper, turtles and octopus.
The Ultimate Bahamas Experience (14 nights) The Ultimate Bahamas Experience covers the best of the West End of Grand Bahama Island as well as Cat Island and Pig Beach to the southeast. Expect to see lots of sharks including oceanic whitetip, hammerheads, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, tiger sharks, and even bull sharks, plus dolphins, grouper, lobster and swimming pigs!
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