If the little island of Tobago is diving’s best kept secret, then Blue Waters Inn is the very heart of that secret. Nestled in its own exquisite bay on the island’s north coast, it is surrounded by phenomenal dive sites. The resort is aptly named, and this is evident from the first breathtaking glimpse of Batteaux Bay. Every room faces the ocean for a view of the water and guests have their choice of suites, kitchen efficiencies and standard rooms.
Wild yet sophisticated, Maui is an island of paradoxes. The rugged upcountry is home to paniolo — Hawaiian cowboys — and to five-star dining. During the day, go refined — golf, yoga, spas — or turn up the adrenaline with surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, kite surfing, paragliding, zip-lining or mountain biking.
Set on a coastal road about a mile south of George Town, this middle-bracket hotel — whose rooms are divided among a quintet of two-story outbuildings — is Grand Cayman’s “pearl in an oyster.” Accommodations are simple, no nonsense and very comfortable. This place is favored by divers and snorkelers, who appreciate spectacular shore diving and the extensive diving programs.
The premier diving and snorkeling center on Nassau is located in a quiet seaside village used in the 1996 feature film Flipper. Today, the set is a state-of-the-art dive center offering guests a variety of activities that explore southwest Nassau’s spectacular walls, reefs, wrecks and movie sites.
What can you expect in the Galapagos aboard the Buddy Dive Liveaboard yachts? Expect to be transported to a place where world- class diving and exceptional service make your adventure complete! As the newest, fastest live-aboards in the Galapagos — the M.Y. Wolf Buddy and M.Y. Darwin Buddy are setting high standards in this exciting destination.
Four Seasons Explorer – a floating PADI 5-Star Dive Centre – combines serious diving with serious luxury. The Maldives’ fastest cruising live-aboard, the 39-metre, three-deck catamaran provides effortless access to the country’s most sought-after hotspots.
The Ocean Hunter vessels are 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.
The Truk Odyssey, a purpose-built 132-foot luxury live-aboard yacht, specializes in exploring Chuuk 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.
Since 1969, Mike Ball has set the gold standard in the live-aboard Australian dive industry with exceptional trips to the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. Mike Ball offers three-, four- and seven-night expeditions including custom trips such as nautilus and shark research and minke whale encounters.
The residents of Utila and the staff of Laguna Beach Resort, an exclusive diving, fishing and beach getaway, would love to welcome you to the smallest and most unspoiled of the Bay Islands of Honduras.