It is an understatement to say the Bahamas are world-famous for shark diving, however, there is so much more! The Bahamas is the third-largest barrier reef area in the world and covers a vast 470.000km2 of sparkling Atlantic Ocean. Existing of 700 islands and cays; one can easily imagine the variety of dive sites: wrecks, caves, blue holes and, obviously, sharks!
Very likely, you will come up close and personal with the following, depending on your chosen itinerary. There are very few places in the world where you can see this many species in one area!!
The Bahamas Master has 8 well-designed cabins and can comfortably welcome 16 divers aboard. All cabins have panoramic windows, so there is plenty of daylight and ocean view for all.
Communal relaxation areas are both on the upper and main deck as well as a sundeck for relaxation after the dives. All guests are allocated an individual set up station on the dive deck, with under bench storage for masks, fins and other personal items. A central camera set up table can be used to store prepared equipment ahead of the dive, with dedicated rinse tanks provided.