Bahamas liveaboards for single divers
In my time I’ve done loads of traveling as a single traveller. This is great, but if you’re a solo diver, perhaps not so good. For safety reasons you shouldn’t dive alone. So what’s the solution if you’re looking for a single cabin diving liveaboard Bahamas?
Single cabin diving liveaboard Bahamas options: If you are looking for a single cabin diving liveaboard in the Bahamas you need to be prepared to share twin, triple or quad cabins. For those solo divers who are happy to share with other single travellers or perhaps those travelling with two or more friends looking to share a cabin, you have 5 options to choose from.
Single cabin diving liveaboard Bahamas
The Caribbean and the Bahamas is on many scuba diver’s bucket list. The Bahamas is a coral-based archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean.
It has over 700 islands and cays in total, which range from small uninhabited islands to the larger ones which are packed with tourists and resorts.
Scuba diving and snorkeling sites include the massive Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto, which was used in James Bond films, the black-coral gardens off Bimini and the Tiger Shark Dive at Tiger Beach.
If you are planning your diving holiday to the Bahamas and you’re single, this makes things slightly more difficult as a solo diver.
But as a solo traveller and diver and without a dive buddy, you will soon discover that a liveaboard is the best option.
If you’re travelling alone and you’re looking to explore the underwater world of the Caribbean, but in particular the Bahamas, a liveaboard dive boat with single cabins is the way to go.
Bahamas liveaboards for single divers – the options as a solo diver
There are a few liveaboard dive boats in this article. These liveaboard boats don’t have single cabins, but they do have cabins with single beds to share for solo divers.
Single cabin diving liveaboard Bahamas
The following Bahamas liveaboards have twin berth cabins, which are suited for solo divers when single cabins are not available, but of course you’ll need to share with another solo diver.
- Bahamas Aggressor liveaboard, Bahamas – Rated Fabulous, 8.6 out of 10 with 4.5 stars.
- Blackbeards Morning Star liveaboard – Rated Superb, 9.2 out of 10 with 4.5 stars.
- Bahamas Master liveaboard – Rated Superb, 9.0 out of 10 with 4.5 stars.
- Aqua Cat liveaboard – Rated Superb, 9.0 out of 10 with 4.5 stars.
- Cat Ppalu liveaboard – no ratings or reviews yet.
1. Bahamas Aggressor liveaboard, Bahamas
The Bahamas Aggressor liveaboard doesn’t have single cabins, but has a quad Stateroom which has two sets of twin bunk-style beds instead if you’re willing to share.
Shes a 30 metre (98 feet) liveaboard designed for up to 14 guests. This Bahamas liveaboard has mixed reviews and it appears this depends on what divers get to see on their trip. However, I’ve selected one of the better reviews from an American scuba diver below.
“Spectacular Swim throughs, shark dive, spectacular reefs, petting a grouper, swarming sergeant majors, great food – I ate my way across the Caribbean.” Recommended for: Swim throughs. friendly sharks and grouper, great crew.Michael S, United States
2. Blackbeards Morning Star liveaboard, Bahamas
The Blackbeards Morning Star liveaboard doesn’t have single cabins, but if you’re willing to share a cabin with single beds, this Bahamas liveaboard has sharing cabins.
This liveaboard is set up with both single and double space bunks, 18 in total. Shes a 20 metre (65 feet) liveaboard designed for up to 24 guests. This Bahamas liveaboard has great reviews so I’ve selected one from an American scuba diver below.
“4th trip, still a great value for the money. Making new friends, becoming a better diver and those sunsets-wow!” Recommended for: great weather, great crew and sharks!!!Scott B, United States rated 9.6 out of 10 and Exceptional with 5 stars.
3. The Bahamas Master liveaboard
The Bahamas Master liveaboard is a 35 metre (115 feet) dive boat. Whilst this Bahamas liveaboard doesn’t have single cabins, she does have twin share cabins for single travelers.
“The best thing was to see all the big sharks at the same time absolutely fantastic, and they don’t bite, thanks for a good trip, super good crew all very helpful.” Recommended for: see the the sharks i have thinks so must on.Ole J, Denmark – rated 10 out of 10 and Exceptional with 5 stars.
4. Aqua Cat liveaboard
The Bahamas Aqua Cat liveaboard also doesn’t have individual single cabins, but she does have twin and triple share cabins for solo divers.
The Aqua Cat is 31 metres (102 feet) in length and is designed for up to 30 guests. The Bahamas Aqua Cat has mixed reviews, but here’s and example of one from a scuba diver from the United States:
“Incredible trip on Aqua Cat with a fantastic crew! Spotted eels and loggerhead turtles were definitely some of the aquatic highlights. The Captain did a great job getting us to a variety of dive sites working around some challenging weather. This was my second trip to Exumas and my wife’s first liveaboard dive trip. There was plenty of new stuff for me to see, and the crew was phenomenal in making sure she was comfortable and ready for all the dives.” Recommended forComfort of the boat; Friendliness of the crew; Variety of dive sites.Rob R, United States – Rated 9.6 out of 10 and Exceptional with 5 stars.
5. Cat Ppalu liveaboard
The Cat Ppalu liveaboard is a sailing catamaran designed for up to a maximum of 12 guests.
The Cat Ppalu liveaboard has two twin bed cabins for those single travellers happy to share cabin. This Bahamas liveaboard is 20 metres (66 feet) in length. She’s yet to be reviewed and rated.
Travelling families in need of single cabins
If you’re a travelling family and in need of single or twin cabins for your children, the above liveaboards will be ideal too.
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