Featured packages

05/01/2022 to 15/01/2022

Central Maldives

Emperor Explorer is a deluxe standard dive liveaboard from Emperor Fleet that offering various liveaboard routes in Maldives, it provides Free Nitrox for divers, and it can accommodate up to 26 guests.

08/01/2022 to 12/01/2022

Similan Islands

Sawasdee Fasai is a modern and luxurious purpose-built dive liveaboard boat, it providing dive liveaboard trips in the Similan Islands during the season, it can accommodate 26 - 30 guests.

18/12/2021 to 28/12/2021

Cocos Island

Okeanos Aggressor I is a professional dive yatch runs by Aggressor Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in the Cocos Island, Caño Island, Guanacaste and the Bat Islands, It can accommodate up to 22 guests.

28/12/2021 to 05/01/2022

French Polynesia

Aqua Tiki II is an Eleuthera-type catamaran located in French Polynesia, it can accommodate up to 8 guests only, perfect for small group charter.


Caribbean has always been on the top of any divers wish list. It is definitely an extraordinary experience to cruise into these paradise tropical islands. Whether the Blue Hole of Belize, the unparalleled shark diving in the Bahamas, the walls and wrecks in the Cayman Island, or the the excellent shark diving & world-famous wall dive sites in the Turks and Caicos, the exhilarating humpback whale Hotspot in Silver Bank...You will be surprised.

The Indian Ocean is known as the warmest ocean on the planet, it covers many destinations preferred by divers. Among them, the Maldives is a good value for holidays and offering some exciting diving with Mantas & Whale Sharks in many areas. Seychelles is perfect for families, not only offer good dive sites, but also can enjoys the extraordinary scenery. In Sri Lanka, there are many shipwrecks waiting for you to explore..

Micronesia, means "small islands" is the collective name given to the 2,000 tropical islands scattered over an area of more than three million square miles of the Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and Asia. The mysterious areas are geographically, culturally and naturally diverse. The main diving destinations include Palau, which offers unparalleled diversity of diving, Truk Lagoon - the world-famous wreck destination and Yap for sharks, mantas.

The Pacific Ocean is the largest of the Earth's oceanic divisions, separates Asia and Australia from the Americas, a dream area for divers around the world. The most well-known destinations include but are not limited to: Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica (Cocos Island), Mexico, French Polynesia, Colombia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Fiji, Australia. ..and many more.

The Red Sea offering a rich and diverse ecosystem, located in the Middle East, the Red Sea is a northern offshoot of the Indian Ocean. This world renowned sea offers the most wonderful visibility all year round. We recommend divers to explore the best Red Sea destinations such as Egypt, Sudan, and Djibouti.

From the Pacific to the Indian Ocean, Southeast Asia has many fascinating dive sites to offer. Whether it's Tubbataha in the Philippines, Raja Ampat in Indonesia, Similan Islands in Thailand, Sipadan in Malaysia, or Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar... Every diver can experience the best scuba memories here.

Featured boats

Bahamas Master is a professional dive yatch runs by Master Liveaboard Fleet, formerly known as "Yemaya Liveaboard", it offers dive liveaboard trips all around the Bahamas, each trip it can accommodate up to 18 guests.

Galapagos Master is a professional dive yatch runs by Master Liveaboard Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in the Galapagos Islands, each trip it can accommodate up to 16 guests.

Seahorse is a professional Indonesian Phinisi style schooner, it offers various liveaboard routes in Indonesia according to the season for groups up to 16 guests.

Philippine Siren is a professional dive yacht runs by Siren Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in Tubbataha, Southern Visayas, Malapascua, Southern Leyte and Bohol according to dive season, it can accommodate up to 16 guests.

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