If you’re thinking of diving in the Caribbean, think Buddy Dive Resort. It’s the place to dive, dive, dive on Bonaire. We have many activities for non-divers too, or just sit back and enjoy our unhurried, unspoiled natural paradise offering spectacular sunsets, gentle breezes and crystal-clear turquoise waters.
The Truk Odyssey, a purpose-built 132-foot luxury live-aboard yacht, specializes in exploring Truk Lagoon’s World War II wrecks. The vessel features six huge staterooms (at 14 feet by 8 feet, some of the largest available on a live-aboard) with en suite bathrooms, two single staterooms and one stateroom with a bunk. The ship has a large entertainment saloon and dining room. The spacious dive deck includes a large camera table, charging station, rinse tanks and a large dive platform.
Two Ocean Hunter vessels make up Palau’s most luxurious live-aboard fleet. Ocean Hunter III carries up to 19 divers in eight air-conditioned cabins with private bathrooms, and has the best ratio of boat space per diver. It also offers a large camera deck. Ocean Hunter I carries six divers in three air-conditioned cabins with private bathrooms.A seven-day trip aboard Ocean Hunter vessels includes seven full days of diving — not 5.5 days as most live-aboards in Palau offer. Nitrox and technical diving are also available.
Planning your next diving holiday? Are you looking for a more unique dive experience? Consider the array of benefits that come through liveaboard diving. To get out of the doldrums of everyday life, there’s perhaps no better way. Liveaboard diving means you’ll be in great company with fellow divers and you’re sure to make new friendships that last a lifetime. For more information click here.