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Dive the Bahamas on the budget. This liveaboard offers great value for money, super simple trips with a communal atmosphere. Basic, comfortable accommodation. Suits divers of all levels.


  • 6 Nights, 18 - 19 Dives
  • Languages spoken - English Spanish
  • Explore the Exuma Cays, Eleuthera, Bahamas
  • 250 dive sites, walls, drift, wrecks, caves and blue holes
  • Visit Pig Beach to see the swimming wild pigs (weather dependent)
  • Thrilling shark feeding dives
  • All beverages included, including beer, wine and rum punch
  • Lounge area and shaded sun deck


  • Dive from spacious skiffs, 19 dives per trip
  • Battery Charging Station Warm-Water Showers Fish Id And Diving Books
  • Tanks With Int (Yoke) Valves Tanks With Din Valves Din/Int Adapters Rental Equipment ($) Courses ($)
  • Air-Conditioning Lounge/TV Area US Power Sockets Power Socket Adapters Movies
  • Snorkeling Land Excursions
  • Buffet Alcohol Vegetarian Food Gluten Free Food Snacks – all included
  • Payments on board - Visa Mastercard Discover Personal Checks Cash
  • Fire Alarm Fire Extinguisher
  • Life Jackets Life Rafts
  • Emergency Oxygen Kit. Automatic External Defibrillator (Aed). First Aid Kits
  • Vhf Radio. Emergency Positioning Radio Beacon
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The liveaboard Sea Explorer is 66 feet (20m) long and 20 feet (6m) wide. Detailed attention has gone into the design of Sea Explorer. The liveaboard Sea Explorer's mission is to make the guest forget that they are on a boat, by offering the best there is in diving and spare-time activities. The ship is a gorgeous liveaboard Yacht, built to venture the high seas and set to delve into the secrets of Neptune's realm in the Bahamas.


Accommodation arrangements onboard include 18 Bunks with a maximum of 22 guests, catering for Singles and Couples in air-conditioned areas of the boat. Berths are Single Upper and Lower, or Double Upper and Lower, each with its own privacy curtain similar to a sleeperette on a train. There are no cabins, all berths are dormitory style. Berths are 74″ in length, with doubles 48″ wide and singles 24″ to 36″ wide. Blackbeard’s Sea Explorer is a great example of an affordable liveaboard.

Affectionately described as “camping on the seas”, snacks, fresh fruit hammock and buffet meals eaten picnic style with dormitory style sleeping accommodations. What you trade for luxury, you’ll make up for in adventure and camaraderie; Blackbeard’s attracts an outgoing adventure traveller so friends are easy to make on board! With 19 dives each week and a crew that loves to have fun, you’ll make new friends and memories to treasure for a lifetime! The liveaboard Sea Explorer's schedules were set so the destinations can be explored under the best conditions. The guiding principle when this boat was designed was to stand out through great service and a unique liveaboard feeling.


Between dives, guests rest in quaint comfort in the air conditioned lounge area complete with television for watching movies. There is also room on the spacious liveaboard deck for lying in the sun or a shaded area to take an afternoon siesta. They supply everything you need for your dream liveaboard dive vacation except personal dive equipment and towels. No matter if you are a new or an experienced Diver, they can accommodate you. They offer 'Introduction to Scuba' courses as well as Basic, Open Water and Advanced certification courses. Let liveaboard Morning Star take you to the heights of great diving with a unique setting aboard a sailing sloop that you can join in helping as a deck hand. Let the week long diving party begin!


The liveaboard ship's concept is holistic in that besides offering great diving in the Bahamas it also wants to provide a great above water experience of which the food offering plays a crucial part. The liveaboard Sea Explorer sets itself apart because you can enjoy great food from a buffet. 3 complete meals are served daily, as well as snacks and fresh fish in season. We serve typical American fare - Baked Chicken, Pork Loin, Lasagne and Meatballs, with all the sides and dessert too! Meals are served buffet and eaten picnic style. There is always a hammock of fresh fruit for those in between meal snacks. They are also offering snacks all day, Vegetarian and Gluten free food.


For many years, the liveaboard Sea Explorer has taken Adventure Seekers for trips around the Bahamas's Exuma Cays. Experience the thrill of seeing a variety of Sharks, colourful Reefs, dark and mystic Caves, the Blue Hole and long lost Underwater Islands. The cozy boat fosters camaraderie between the Divers and is suited for the more budget-oriented traveller. Most of the time the water around the Bahamas is very warm and usually clear and pristine. Underwater visibility is frequently at 20-30m. Discover some of the most fascinating dive spots - Lost Blue Hole, Periwinkle Reef, Amberjack Reef - in the Bahamas. Then retreat to your bunk or the Bar and swap stories with the other Divers about today's fish sightings, the natural underwater beauty or the plans for the next day aboard the liveaboard Sea Explorer.


4 bunk beds with single upper and single lower berths. Ideal for single travelers. This sleeping area accommodates comfortably 4 (crowded 8) Single People. Ideal for groups travelling together. There are no cabins, all berths are dormitory style. Berths are 74″ in length, with doubles 48″ wide and singles 24″ to 36″ wide.

  • Size: -
  • Beds: 4 Bunk Bed
  • Max occupancy: 8
  • Shareable: Yes
  • Private bathroom: No
  • Air Conditioning: Yes



These areas have 2 double bunk beds (4 double beds in total) air-conditioned so can accommodate 4 Singles very comfortably, this boat is for people who like sailing and to be with friends all time. Each bunk with its own privacy curtain similar to a sleeperette on a train. There are no cabins, all berths are dormitory style. Berths are 74″ in length, with doubles 48″ wide and singles 24″ to 36″ wide.

  • Size: -
  • Beds: 2 double bunk beds
  • Max occupancy: 8
  • Shareable: Yes
  • Private bathroom: No
  • Air Conditioning: Yes



3 double bunk beds (6 double beds in total) in the main salon and galley area. They are the least private accommodations, however berths are the most spacious and a brilliant option for Single passengers and the whole area for a group together. Each bunk with its own privacy curtain similar to a sleeperette on a train. These beds provide accommodation for couples or singles. There are no cabins, all berths are dormitory style Berths are 74″ in length, with doubles 48″ wide and singles 24″ to 36″ wide.

  • Size: -
  • Beds: 3 double bunk beds
  • Max occupancy: 6
  • Shareable: Yes
  • Private bathroom: No
  • Air Conditioning: Yes


  • The trip begins in Nassau Harbour club and ends in Nassau Harbour club
  • The closest airport is Lynden Pindling Intl (NAS)
  • Once you are cleared from customs – walk out a set of twin double doors. As soon as you are out the doors – turn left and 50 feet in front of you is the exit from the terminal and the taxi stand.
  • If you look to your left – on the wall is a sign hanging that states the fixed fares to different regions around the island.
  • The taxis are lined up and a “starter” will assign you to a cab.
  • Tell the taxi driver you want to go to Nassau Harbour Club


  • You can check in on the boat as of 12:00
  • The boat departs Nassau Harbour club at around 15:00 on the same day
  • The vessel is equipped with US power sockets, Power socket adapters
  • Accepted payment methods on board: Cash, VISA, Mastercard, Discover, Personal checks
  • DIN/INT adaptors are available on board


  • Your last dives will be on the second to last day around 14:00
  • It is your responsibility to ensure you respect the 24 hour no-fly time after your last dive!
  • The boat docks back in Nassau Harbour club in the afternoon on the second to last day
  • Check out and disembarkation is around 09:00 on the last day.


  • Gear is not stored at the dock so last minute rental requests may not be available
  • Everyone should have their own mask, fins and snorkel as the yacht doesn't carry these
  • There are no internet services on board, but internet is available with a cell phone in most areas. While underway, there are times with no access
  • There is storage at the dock for any empty bags or any bags you won’t be needing
  • The Exuma Cays offers opportunities to go ashore and explore and enjoy the uninhabited beaches. For these occasions, we highly recommend proper footwear for these eco-adventures. Flip flops are not suitable.


  • Approx. 18 – 19 dives,
  • All levels of diver welcome
  • Diving the Bahamas is to experience scuba diving like nowhere else in the world. Grab the chance to discover the wonders of the underwater world of Bahamas Find sunken Spanish galleons and proud maritime history, tidal blue holes, underwater caves and caverns and bustling reefs teeming with diverse marine life and big animal encounters with sharks and dolphins. Bahamas scuba diving exposes you to the island nation’s famous warm, clean waters and prolific underwater habitat. Scuba diving in the Bahamas has become a number-one destination for big animal encounters, Goliath Grouper, Whale Sharks, Spotted-eagle rays, a variety of curious shark species.
  • The Bahamas is famous for its Hammerheads, Bulls, Tiger, Lemon and Reef Sharks and became a shark sanctuary in 2011. “The March of the Spiny Lobsters” takes place a few times each year to divers delight. Normally 3 to 4 dives per day, including night dives, as long as weather is not a factor. We generally offer up to 19 dives on a weeklong trip.



  • Arrival to Nassau
  • Take a transfer to the boat
  • Check in, begin boarding at noon on Saturday Passengers that arrive early to Nassau are asked to wait until after 12 p.m., as they are not prepared to receive guests until this time.
  • If passengers have over-nighted in Nassau prior to boarding, then please check your luggage with the front desk if you must check out prior to noon.
  • Shop or relax poolside until noon so that you can arrive at the docks after they are open for business!
  • Meet the crew Welcome briefing Assign cabins and Prepare dive equipment
  • Boat will departure around 3 pm

DAY 2 - 6

  • Dive, eat, sleep and enjoy (itinerary subject to weather and season)
  • Divers will have the opportunity to do approx 19 dives on this trip
  • We shove off for the Exumas and/or Eleuthera very early
  • Once we leave port, you’ll escape the hustle and bustle of the city to the pristine Exumas Enjoy incredible sunsets and breathtaking scenery Many of our sites are frequented by Caribbean Reef Sharks and Nurse Sharks. We sometimes see hammerheads too We normally offer at least one shark feed on each trip This is the perfect time to see sharks up close and in action
  • The Exuma Cays offers nice opportunities to go ashore and explore and enjoy the uninhabited beaches (weather dependent) For these occasions, we highly recommend proper footwear for these eco adventures. Flip flops are not suitable
  • In addition to the incredible scuba diving and snorkeling, you will have a great time exploring the 365 mostly uninhabited islands of the Exumas with their many beautiful beaches. You can beach comb, kayak, explore the islands.
  • Take advantage of all the great photo opportunities like feeding the iguanas on Allan’s Cay or the Swimming Pigs at Pig Island (weather dependent)
  • This is truly the best of the Bahamas- diving the Exuma Cays 


  • Breakfast on board
  • Checkout is before 9 AM
  • Make your way to the airport or local hotel
  • We can arrange transportation for you



  • Lost Blue Hole -The rim of this large blue hole lies in 40' of water surrounded by coral heads, sting rays and many schools of fish.
  • Periwinkle Reef -This is a shallow patch reef that is teaming with fish.


  • Amberjack Reef - A 50' patch reef that was the site of our Exumas shark feeding dive.
  • Austin Smith Wreck - A 90' Bahamian Defense Force Cutter that sank in 1995 while being towed to San Salvador to be sunk there as a dive site. This wreck has many sharks swimming around it and a wall just to the east.
  • Barracuda Shoals - This bankside patch reef has huge schools of fish as well as many small critters on the reef and surrounding sand.
  • Cracked Coral Head - This massive coral head rises 40' off the bottom. Several large swim-thru's make it looked like it is cracked.
  • Dog Rocks - This reef starts at 35' and slopes off to 50' before dropping straight down into the Exuma Sound. This is one of the best dives in the Bahamas. Many pelagics frequent this reef, especially eagle rays and sharks.
  • Jeep Reef - This is one of the prettiest reefs you will ever see. The strong current that sweeps through this cut keeps the reef’s corals very healthy.
  • Pillar Wall - One of many excellent wall dives. There are many caves and crevices. There is a large colony of yellowhead jawfish in the rubble inside the reef.
  • The Washing Machine - The strong incoming tide of up to 6 mph takes scuba divers thru a narrow cut where water drops off a ledge and then makes a sharp bend to the left. This causes the water to swirl like the water in a washing machine.
  • Wax Cut Drift - Divers and Snorkelers alike fly over this 30' reef at over 2 knots. You will see rays, sharks, eels and numerous fish as you drift with the current in the cut between the islands.
  • Whale Shark Wall - This wall is named for the whale sharks that have frequented this area for several winters. Like all of our walls, when you stare into the abyss, you never know what you might see.
  • Whale Tail Wall - A great wall just south of Wax Cut. Large parrotfish roam the sand inside the reef while sharks & eagle rays are frequently seen off the wall.

Southwest Eleuthera

  • Cave Rock - The large variety of corals and fish will amaze you. We have frequently seen Hammerhead Sharks here.
  • Jake's Hole -The highlight of this dive is the vibrant corals surrounding the hole. Because it is very tidal, scuba divers aren't permitted to enter the hole.
  • Monolith - Large mounds of coral rise out of the sand at the edge of the wall. They start at 100' and rise to 55'. There is a colony of Garden Eels in the sand next to the mounds.


  • Full board, including water, tea, coffee, juices, snacks between meals and after dives, soft drinks, alcohol
  • Dive guides
  • Island tours


  • Port & Park fees: USD 125 - 2019 / USD 135 - 2020
  • Transfer to/from the airport (round-trip): USD 30
  • Tips for the crew (recommended)
  • Open water check out (USD 25 per trip)
  • Rental equipment full set with dive computer 210 USD per trip
  • Courses


What if I need to cancel my booking?

Your reservation request is obligation free and you can cancel anytime within the first 72 hours. During this time you can easily find matching flights and get answers from our reservations team to any further questions you may have. After you have confirmed and paid for your reservation, the following cancellation policy applies:

  • 30 % non refundable
  • Between 120 days y 90 days before trip = 70 % refundable
  • Less than 90 days before trip = no refund

In case of cancellation the refund will be transferred to your bank account, credit card or paypal account within 10 business days


  • Make sure you meet the country's requirements corresponding to your nationality make sure your passport is valid at least six months after the date you plan to visit the country
  • Diving insurance is mandatory for divers of all ages on all of our trips: bring your certificate as proof
  • It is strongly recommended to have travel insurance that is appropriate for the type of diving holidays you are going to do
  • Check the electrical standards (such as which plugs are used) in your destination country before travelling and bring the appropriate adaptor if necessary.
  • The itinerary and the number of dives are indicative and are subject to weather conditions and conditions: safety is always first
  • All divers must provide their diving certification card
  • Diving computers are compulsory
  • Local rates, fuel surcharges, distance rates, port fees, etc. may change without notice due to changes in government policy, changes in the price of oil, etc. The changes are beyond our control and the increases must be paid if the boat requests them. We will endeavor to inform you of any changes as soon as possible. A change in these rates does not entitle you to cancel the trip.

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