MV FeBrina Liveaboard - 48 Hour Sale
Papua New Guinea
Experience some of the best diving in the world.
CYBER MONDAY - Selected dates only - 40% OFF
March 10-19, 2020
April 6-15, 2020
April 17-26, 2020
July 7-16, 2020
July 19-28, 2020
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Cobalt Coast Resort
* * * BLACK FRIDAY DEALS * * *
7 Nights Accommodations, Breakfast & Dinner, 6 Days 2-Tank Dives, Airport Transfers, Taxes
Contact us fast for discounted rates as these dates will sell out..!
* * * BLACK FRIDAY DEALS NOW * * *
The Cayman Islands in 2020
Little Cayman Beach Resort
Accommodations, Meals, Diving, Transfers, Resort Fees, Taxes
Contact us for details now...! These will go fast!
Jungle Bay Resort - Dominica
* * * DEMA SPECIAL * * *
Now Re-opened in June 2019
Our favourite resort on the "Nature Island" of Dominica was destroyed in 2017 by Hurricane Maria. The resort has now been relocated from the east side of the island to a location on the west side of the island near Soufriere village of Morne Acouma overlooking a marine reserve. The resort has 24 eco-villas in the first phase of reconstruction along with a restaurant, reception, yoga studios, meeting rooms, pool, and recreation center. The new location places the resort closer to the harbor and easier access for scuba divers.
We have a great DEMA Dive Show Special for Jungle Bay. Pack you dive gear and grab a flight to Dominicawith connections typically through San Juan, Puerto Rico. Other routes are available through Caribbean airports.
Contact us for an amazing adventure on Dominica and spectacular diving..!
Dive the Socorro Islands & Save 20%
* * * Quino El Guardian Liveaboard * * *
Baja California, Mexico
Contact Us for Discounted Rates Today...!!
1-866.690.3483 Toll Free
Regularly $3300, you'll dive with giant pacific manta rays, 7-species of sharks (including schooling hammerheads), and playful bottlenose dolphins. And December is whale shark season!
Price includes 10 days/9 nights and 6 days of diving aboard Quino el Guardian Liveaboard with the best crew in the industry, taxes, port fees, meals, beverages, tanks, weights, and complimentary beer and wine. The only things not included are:
$28 park fee
$120 Nitrox (if you want it)
Transfers to and from the boat
Boat departs and returns to San Jose del Cabo
Subject to availability
Cannot be combined with any other offer
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Tufi Resort - Papua New Guinea
Emperor Harmoni Indonesia
New Luxury Liveaboard
* * * Expected Launch July 2020 * * *
The MY Emperor Harmoni is currently under construction and ready to launch in July 2020. Emperor Harmoni is Emperor Divers Indonesia's brand new liveaboard, the second for Emperor Indonesia. One of only a select few liveaboards in this region to have two engines, at 48m the ship happily welcomes 20 guests in spacious surroundings.
Emperor Harmoni's three decks have six guest cabins on the lower deck and four on the upper. The main deck features a spacious restaurant, lounge area with a 49" HD flat screen, digital movie and music library, board games, bar and a camera suite.
Contact us to book a cabin on this luxury ship now...!
Fort Young Hotel & Dive
Now a PADI-Approved Resort..!!!
We are pleased to announce the Fort Young Hotel & Dive has been approved as a PADI Dive Resort! One more reason to fall in love with the island, the resort and the diving especially !
The Nature Island of the Caribbean, Dominica, is home to some of the best diving in the Americas and Fort Young Hotel & Dive Resort is the premier hotel on the island. Boats depart directly from the Fort Young Hotel marina, dive guests enjoy the ultimate convenience and best quality dive sites just minutes from the dock!
Just a reminder about the AMAZING Pre-DEMA specials: Contact us for special discounted dive show deals...!
* * * Cozumel Closes Marine Park Southern Portion * * *
The southern part of Cozumel Marine Park will be closed beginning October 7 until at least January, seriously limiting where dive boats can go. If you’re thinking about a trip to Cozumel, you may wish to reconsider. If you already have plans, you may wish to contact your dive operator to see how the closures will affect your diving.
The Marine Park includes the southwest quadrant of the island’s coast. The harder-to-reach northern and eastern sites will still be open, but, because of strong currents, only experienced divers prepared to make what can be lengthy and arduous boat journeys in rough water should consider diving these sites. These include the sites from El Mirador on the more exposed east coast, to Baja de Molas at the most northerly point.
The areas where most diving in Cozumel occurs -- from Palancar Gardens (on Cozumel’s southwest quadrant) to Maracaibo, and Playa Bosh in the extreme south (including dive sites Columbia, Punta Sur, and El Cielo) will be closed so government scientists may investigate the causes of ‘white syndrome’ affecting hard corals there and gauge the amounts and effects of pollution discharged by the large hotels that border the marine park.
Local dive operators say popular sites that can still be accessed by dive boats include Barracuda Reef on the extreme northwest coast, the wreck of the C-52, Tormentos Reef, San Francisco Reef, Santa Rosa, El Cedral, and Punta Delila on the west coast.
White syndrome starts with the coral showing well-defined areas of whitening, which then expand and, apparently spread to all other coral colonies by contact, mainly through divers touching infected coral during dives. Otherwise known as stony coral tissue loss disease, it’s affecting reefs in Florida too.
Global Climate Strike
Friday, September 20, 2019
At Liquid Diving Adventures, our business depends upon clean water, healthy oceans, healthy coral reefs. We support marine clean-up campaigns, ending the use of plastics, and other initiatives to protect that which is 70% of our planet...the Oceans.
Alongside more than 700 businesses and organisations, we have pledged to be part of the This is Not Business as Usual movement to add our voice to the collective call for urgent action.
Will you be striking with us?
For the past year, the youth climate movement has been quietly growing in coffee shops in midwestern suburbs, libraries in urban centers, and classrooms in the rural south. Young people are preparing for a revolution
to save our future, and on Friday, September 20, we invite you
to join us.
On that day, three days before the UN Climate Summit in New York,
young people and adults all over the world will strike
to demand that our leaders take transformative action to address the climate crisis
; the strike includes some 500 events in the US alone. Across the globe, a coalition of hundreds of groups have been working over the last few months in hopes of making September 20 the largest climate mobilization
in world history — and to create momentum that will launch us into a new era of climate action to save our futures.