Liveaboard Destinations

Our worldwide liveaboard destinations

We have our own diving vessels in many of the world’s finest liveaboard destinations, setting out to show you the best and unsurpassed diving, in great comfort and style. Master Liveaboards is leading the industry for truly inspirational diving experiences

It is an understatement to say the Bahamas are world famous for shark diving, however, there is so much more. The Bahamas is the third largest barrier reef area in the world and covers a vast 470.000km2 of sparkling Atlantic Ocean.

Located in the remote Republic of the Marshall Islands near Micronesia, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Bikini Atoll is one of the most famous places in the world for wreck diving – a true diver’s bucket list destination for any serious wreck diver.

The most spectacular pelagic diving on the planet. The Galapagos Islands is one of those rare places where you can dive through hundreds of hammerhead sharks to find a whale shark cruising along. Toss in silky sharks, sea turtles, giant morays and schooling fish in their thousands… And that’s just the first dive at Darwin!

With over 17,500 islands, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago and offers some of the best dive spots in the world. Boasting the highest marine biodiversity of all, Indonesia is home to 15% of the world’s coral reefs and has over 4,000 recorded different fish & invertebrate species – with many more yet to be identified.

Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago boasts great dive sites on little islands away from the mainland. Waters in Myanmar were closed off until 1997, which means that they are relatively unexplored and undiscovered.

Palau features proudly in the world’s top 5 of diving destinations. The great variety of dive sites and seascapes combined with the fantastic marine life are key factors attributing to this.

The Philippines comprise over 7,000 islands, surrounded by deep blue seas that contain some of the richest marine life on earth. Thought by many to be the apex of the Coral Triangle, diving in the Philippines offers you a wide variety of marine environments to choose from.

Solomon Islands comprise 992 islands, of which only 147 are inhabited. Situated to the northeast of Australia and southeast of Papua New Guinea, the Solomons are one of the last frontiers; untouched, peaceful and beautiful.

Thailand offers some of the best diving in Southeast Asia. Year-round tropical warm water, exceptional underwater visibility and a vast variety of marine and coral life are all ideal conditions for divers.

Truk Lagoon (also known as Chuuk) is best known for its world-class wreck diving and with over 61 wrecks, tightly packed into a coral reef lagoon, it is easy to appreciate why divers travel to this area time and time again.

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