This article compares Indonesia Seaisee liveaboard vs Epica Liveaboard using the following tables: Basic booking details, Diving benefits, Boat benefits, Onboard food, Onboard drink, Cabin luxury, Onboard non-diving sports, Tech diver features.
If you suffer from sea sickness it’s possible to get seasick on a liveaboard. Whether you get seasick on a liveaboard depends on how badly you suffer from sea sickness, sea conditions on your trip, size and stability of the liveaboard and if you take sea sickness medication or remedies on your trip.
Included in this article about what do you do on a liveaboard are tables of liveaboards as follows: Liveaboard dive boats with pros and cons for each dive boat; Non-diver activities on each Liveaboard dive boat.; Liveaboard dive boat day/night itinerary trip lengths.Maximum number of dives for each liveaboard dive boat..
Included in this article about all liveaboard dive boats are three tables that include liveaboard dive boats, as follows: Table of all liveaboard dive boats; Table of total number of dives and day/night trip itineraries on liveaboard dive boats; Table of how much do liveaboards cost.
There are sharks in Long Island and Long Island Sound, which include sand tiger sharks, sandbar sharks, spiny dogfish, smooth dogfish, great white sharks, bull sharks and spinner sharks.
Many of the great white sharks that are coming to Long Island are coming from the birthing site that was discovered in 2016 by Ocearch off Montauk Long Island. These young great white sharks are thought to remain in the area for at least 20 years until they reach maturity.