Following on from Part One, Alexandra Dimitriou reveals exactly why she loves liveaboards in Egypt. Let her first hand experiences guide you through what to expect when exploring the Egyptian waters of the Red Sea on a liveaboard. No Newbies Dive liveaboards usually have a dive minimum. This means that if […]Read more ›
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Written by Guest Blogger, Alexandra Dimitriou In November I was lucky enough to get a space on a diving Liveaboard (love-a-board) to the Brothers, Elphinstone and Daedalus Reefs in Egypt with Masters of the Red Sea. It was spectacular. Amazing. Extraordinary. They need a new word for how awesome this […]Read more ›
Indonesia, with its thousands of tiny islands, makes for some phenomenal liveaboard opportunities, especially when you travel further east across the archipelago to where there are few shore based operators. Liveaboard Diving Indonesia Liveaboards not only give you access to some of the most remote and pristine dive sites of […]Read more ›
You might be the kind of person who would never blindly jump into a swimming pool without dipping your toe in to check the temperature first. You might like to ease slowly into new hobbies. If you’ve just learned to dive or if you prefer to proceed with caution, keep […]Read more ›
Divers seeking a new scuba experience should consider liveaboard diving. In liveaboard diving, scuba divers have the opportunity to take the plunge in remote locations, dive multiple times in one day, see some incredible marine life and share many new memories with fellow divers. If you’re looking for a place […]Read more ›
Below is an interview with Marco Villegas – a PADI Instructor who’s made a career out of working on different liveaboard boats around the world. We asked Marco to share his experience and advice, and he was kind enough to do so in English and Español. What inspired you to […]Read more ›