Those who regularly dive on Liveaboards will tell you it’s the best way to dive, whilst those who don’t, wonder why you’d want to spend a week’s vacation cooped up on a boat! So we explored the merits of each – for you to see the other side – and maybe try it.
Which of the many Solomon Islands dive adventures is for you: would it be the wrecks of Iron Bottom Sound, the fantastic colourful reefs, the points where pelagics swarm, or a little bit of everything?
Ten different species of clownfish (technically Anemonefish) on a single dive trip aboard the MV Taka Liveaboard in the Solomon Islands. How many of Nemo’s cousins can you name?
Dive Fiji like never before with Captain Cook Cruises four-night Northern Yasawa and Tivua Island cruise and dive package aboard small ship cruise vessel MV Reef Endeavour.
Want to experience those great wrecks and reefs in the Solomon Islands but with the comfort of air-con and hot showers? A trip aboard a Solomon Islands liveaboard might just be your ideal Solomons dive holiday!
Guest Blogger Tiffany Carroll re-discovers her inner-diver once again on a trip in the seas of the Solomon Islands where improbably the underwater scenery gets more spectacular by the day. She’s already packing for the return visit.
Small ship cruises are becoming more and more popular as a holiday choice, as an easy way to combine a passion for travel and a passion for diving.
We’ve been left behind on the Great Barrier Reef 50 km from the nearest land. A wave of tranquillity hits. Silence is golden.
This Silverseas expedition cruise takes in whale watching in Kaikoura, through Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Norfolk Island to the Solomon’s pristine reefs.
What do you think about when you’re diving? Certainly not next week’s shopping, not tomorrow night’s dinner, not even the next dive. You’re immersed in the here and now: the little screenplay that’s going on right in front of you…