Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard Reviews: Sailing Catamaran

Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard Reviews
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At the time of writing this Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard Review, this Caribbean dive boat had a customer review rating of 8.5 out of 10 and was rated Fabulous by 29 verified reviews. The Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard schedules year-round diving around the Bahamas Islands for scuba diver couples in double cabins.

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Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard is a 14 metre (46 feet) catamaran dive boat for up to eight scuba divers. Meals cater for all dietary requirements including vegan and vegetarian. Four en-suite aircon cabins for up to eight guests.

Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard overview
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Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard overview

In this Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard review I take a look at what this dive boat offers for scuba divers. In the above image you’ll notice there have been 29 verified customer reviews. This has resulted in an overall review rating of 8.5 out of 10 and 4.0 stars. That’s a good review and a great start for any scuba diver.

Here’s an example customer review of the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard:

Unbelievable Experience, Small group on boat, Big Groupers below the boat. The Dive Masters were very good at what they had to do on the boat and in the water. Thank you to my new friends Ivo and Andrea. I had the Experience I will never forget. Well, I was the only one that showed up. First thing take off your shoes and hop on! Ivo set up my gear and showed me my room. Very nice room with side window and top hatch for a nice breeze. Hot shower. The diving is what I came for and I had all the dives I wanted, at all the dive sites I wanted to dive. They were all amazing in there own way. The best was the Hammerhead at Pillar Wall with Ivo. And Shark Arena with Andrea. I have never been so close to big Reef Sharks. And I am so happy I have Pictures and video of my experience. I will see you next year Oleg. California Tom S.” Recommended for: Sharks on almost every dive. Nice breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner from Capitan Oleg.

Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard overview by Thomas S from the United States
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Here is a list of what the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard offers to scuba divers and why you should choose this liveaboard to enjoy your Caribbean/Bahamas scuba diving trip.

Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard Features Table

FeatureAdvantage to You
Flexible booking termsYou can book with confidence knowing that this liveaboard offers a free trip reschedule within 24 months if you are unable to travel due to Covid-19 related restrictions.
Dietary restrictions catered forRelax knowing that whatever your dietary requirements, you can enjoy the food onboard, as the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard will cater for any specific dietary requirement you have.
En-suite cabins (All 4 cabins)You benefit from your own private en-suite bathroom so you can shower and get ready in comfort.
Aircon cabins (All 4 cabins)You benefit from being able to choose the temperature of your cabin for complete comfort and a good night’s sleep.
Din AdaptorsIf you have DIN regulators you don't have to worry, as they have DIN to Yoke regulator adaptors onboard.
Scuba gear rentalThe benefit to you is you can travel light and simply rent all your scuba equipment onboard.
14 metres (46 feet) dive boatLarge stable liveaboard, which is an advantage in larger swells and seas.
Double cabinsScuba diving couples can share a cabin with a double bed and their own private en-suite bathroom.
Sun deckAn advantage to those sun-lovers to relax and sun bathe between dives.
Catamaran liveaboardThe top advantage of a catamaran over a monohulled dive boat is stability. This is ideal if you don’t have the best sea legs and suffer a bit from sea sickness.
Plenty of divingYou benefit from some of the best Bahamas dive sites and can dive up to 20 dives in a week. Dives include Washing Machine, Port Nelson Wreck, James Bond Wreck, Shark Arena and Blacktip Wall.
Internet onboardYou benefit from being able to get online if you need to.
Available for charterIf you charter the Bahamas Blackbeards Morning Star Liveaboard you have more flexibility over the diving and diver numbers (subject to max. diver numbers).

What are the pros and cons of the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard
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What are the pros and cons of the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard?

As with any scuba diving holiday booking, there are always pros and cons to take into consideration. Let’s take a look at the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard pros and cons.

Pros of the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard
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Pros of the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard

  1. Flexible booking terms.
  2. The Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard cost (see below) includes your drinking water, tea & coffee, full-board meal plan, snacks, diving package, extra dives, beach towels, cabin towels, complimentary toiletries and deck towels.
  3. 6 night diving package includes up to 20 dives in total.
  4. Specific dietary requirements are catered for, but you need to add this when you book your trip.
  5. Cabins include en-suite bathrooms and individually controlled AC.
  6. You enjoy the extra stability offered from a catamaran liveaboard.
  7. The Bahamas Phoenix liveaboard offers diving courses at an extra charge.
  8. Maximum of 8 guests on this small liveaboard so you’ll not have to fight for space on the dive sites.
Cons of the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard
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Cons of the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard

  1. There’s no Nitrox onboard.
  2. Only 6-night trip itineraries to book.
  3. Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks and snorkel gear are optional extras.

Liveaboard.com legit company?

You can book with confidence as Liveaboard.com are a legit company. You can never be too cautious when booking online, especially when spending on the cost of a liveaboard trip.

Why should you book the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard?

The Bahamas Phoenix is a catamaran liveaboard that ‘s a great sailing liveaboard for scuba divers. So if you’re not looking to scuba dive the Islands of the Bahamas, the Bahamas Phoenix is not for you.

You can scuba dive the Bahamas from a land-based resort. But the disadvantage of this is you won’t be able to dive as much as you can on a liveaboard dive boat. This is another reason to book the Bahamas Phoenix liveaboard for a scuba diving trip of a lifetime.

One dive site the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard doesn’t dive is Tiger Beach to dive with tiger sharks. But if you would prefer to include this dive site in your itinerary, take a read of this article about the Bahamas Tiger Shark Liveaboard. But that doesn’t mean you won’t see tiger sharks on some of your dives.

Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard cost
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Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard cost

To book a trip on the Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard, prices begin at £164 ($223/€184) – cost right at the time of writing this article.

The cost of booking the Bahamas Phoenix is one of the cheapest Caribbean liveaboards. If you want to book the most expensive or the cheapest Caribbean liveaboard, please take a read of this article that includes a Caribbean liveaboard comparison chart.

The Bahamas Phoenix liveaboard cost to book includes the following:

  • Drinking water, tea & coffee.
  • Full-board meal plan, which includes specific dietary requirements (but this must be requested at the time of booking) and snacks.
  • All your diving on the 8-night diving package includes up to 20 dives in total.
  • Cabin and deck towels.
  • Complimentary toiletries.

The Bahamas Phoenix liveaboard cost to book excludes the following:

  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Soft drinks.
  • Dive Insurance.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Port fees.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Optional gratuities.
  • Scuba rental gear.
  • Nitrox and other diving courses.
  • Snorkel gear.
  • Scuba diving courses.
  • WIFI internet.
Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard discount code
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Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard discount code

If you are searching for a Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard discount code you are best to look out for the discounts Liveaboard.com offer on certain trips. Also, take a read of this article about how to book a last minute Galapagos liveaboard cruise, as this shows you how the discounts show up when you come to book.

I hope you enjoyed this article about Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard Reviews

I’d love to hear from you. Tell us about your adventures of diving and snorkeling, in the comments below. Please also share your photos. Either from your underwater cameras or videos from your waterproof go-pro’s!

If this article hasn’t answered all of your questions. If you have more questions either about snorkeling or scuba diving (or specifically on Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard Reviews), please comment below with your questions.

There will also be many more articles about scuba and scuba diving safety tips (and on snorkeling too) for you to read and learn about this fabulous sport.

Have fun and be safe!

Bahamas Phoenix Liveaboard Reviews: Sailing Catamaran

Article written by Russell Bowyer who has been a scuba diver since diving on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia in 1989. After his first dive he trained as a BSAC diver in the UK. He attained his Diver Leader certification with BSAC. He then went on to become a scuba diving instructor, teaching others how to dive and was voted as Diving Officer and Treasurer for the Saffron Walden BSAC club too. Russell has dived all over the world, including the UK, on liveaboards in the Red Sea, the Caribbean, South Africa and the USA. Russell is experienced in all dive types, including drift diving, deep dives that involved decompression stops and recreational dives too.

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