This site is for scuba divers who prefer to experience diving on a liveaboard dive boat. A liveaboard allows one to dive up to 5 times per day in generous comfort and explore remote locations that day boats cannot reach. Browse and compare amongst 456 liveaboard dive boats around the world.

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Interesting Places for Liveaboard Diving

Acrtic & Antarctica

Antarctica, Greenland, Norway, White Sea, Barents Sea. For the more adventurous SCUBA diver, the polar regions offer a truly unique experience. Dive amongst steep walls, kelp walls, majestic fjords, ice floes, towering icebergs, and underwater ice formations, such as arches an ice caves. This, the unspoiled last frontier, provides excellent opportunities for photography. Read More

Baja California Sur

Mexico. One of the most overlooked SCUBA destinations in the world, the Baja California peninsula is home to an incredibly rich and diverse marine ecosystem, and has the widest variety of whales and dolphins found anywhere in the world. Swim with whales, watch giant mobula breach the surface reaching 2 meters in the air, cage dive with great white sharks, and more. This area offers a several destinations, each of which is unique, including the Sea of Cortez, Socorro Island, Guadalupe Island, and the Channel Islands of California. Liveaboards are the best way to experience it all, and the only way to get to some of these sites. Read More


The crystal clear, year-round warm waters of the Caribbean Sea are home to both the second and third largest barrier reefs in the world. Experience wall dives, drift dives, wrecks, seamounts, caves, and blue holes. Liveaboard diving can be found in the Bahamas, Florida Keys, Dry Tortugas, Cayman Islands, Turks and Caicos, Belize, Honduras (Bay Islands of Utila & Roatan), Saint Kitts, Saint Maarten, Saint Croix, Saba, and the BVI's (Britsh Virgin Islands). Read More

Cocos Island

Costa Rica. Jacques Cousteau called it "the most beautiful island in the world". Also known as "Island of the Sharks", Cocos Island is a shark lovers delight. The island once lured treasure hunters from around the world, but it is now dedicated to SCUBA diving. Cocos is the largest uninhabited island in the world, and one of the most remote. A liveaboard dive boat is the only way to get to Cocos Island. Read More

Galápagos Islands

Ecuador. A unique ecological paradise, with many species that are found no where else in the world. Follow in the footsteps of Darwin, to a place so remote that many of the animals have not developed a fear of humans. But plan ahead - Galápagos Islands liveaboards are generally filled up more than a year in advance. Read More

Great Barrier Reef

Australia. Located in the Coral Sea, the Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef, and known as one of the seven wonders of the natural world. It stretches over 3,000 km (1,800 miles) and is comprised of more than 2,900 individual reef systems. No other reef system in the world comes close to the Great Barrier Reef, in terms of quantity or variety. Here, one can find several types of reef, including ribbon reefs, fringing reefs, cresentic reefs, lagoonal reefs, platform reefs, planar reefs, and deltaic reefs. It contains 400 different kinds of coral, and is home to 1,500 species of fish. Read More


The Republic of Palau. At the convergence of 3 ocean currents, Palau attracts a host of large pelagic fish and mammals. Palau liveaboards explore these warm waters every week, offering a variety of diving, from reefs to wrecks, drift and wall dives, blue holes, and caves. Read More

Red Sea

Egypt, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, and Djibouti. With vast coral gardens and impressive wrecks, the Red Sea is one of the most popular SCUBA destinations in the world. There are more than 100 Red Sea liveaboards, offering luxurious comfort at an affordable price. Read More

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