Wrecks, Blue Holes, and Sharks

Wrecks, Blue Holes, and Sharks

Enjoy some of the best diving in the Bahamas on this 7 or 10 night liveaboard adventure!


  • Incredible Tiger Shark encounters
  • Colourful wall diving
  • Wrecks and blue holes

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Areas visited on this liveaboard itinerary include:

Tiger Beach

One of the best locations for tiger and lemon shark encounters located off the West End of Grand Bahama Islands. With a white, shallow sand bottom and lots of sunlight, this is a favourite site for photographers and videographers as well.



Andros is the largest island in the Bahamas and boasts the third largest fringing barrier reef in the world, as well as the largest number of blue holes. The blue holes are best described as entrances to an intricate cave system  created during the ice age.. Beautiful geological formations and unique marine life is what makes blue hole diving here so special.


New Providence

The clear blue waters around New Providence Island provide a wide variety of diving possibilities from shallow  reefs to walls and drop-offs, blue holes and an abundance of wrecks, most of which have been purposely sunk to create artificial reefs. The majority of the best dive sites are located around the west end of New Providence Island; this is also where you can experience some magnificent wall dives along the drop-off into the Tongue of the Ocean which separates New Providence from Andros Island.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Divers must be advanced, 18 years or over and have at least 50 dives to enjoy this itinerary.