Private Caribbean Liveaboard Vacations
Imagine a private live aboard diving vacation staying aboard our luxury custom built 47 foot sailboat. Enjoy valet diving from our dive skiff with two PADI Instructors acting as your personal guides. We will take you diving where few others go and will fit you with dive gear if you choose not to bring your own. We can customize your vacation to suit what you would like to do, we just add water and the fun begins!
Think of it as having your own private yacht with staff… healthy meals prepared to your preferences and served on deck while you relax, feeling the tropical breezes and gazing over the tranquil blue waters…. that is how you will be pampered.
How about sailing? If you would like to sail to different locations to experience the Bay Island’s incredible underwater world, we will sail to nearby islands, moor in the most pristine coral waters surrounded by lush vegetation and the songs of local birds, and in the distance you can hear the waves gently rolling in over the spectacular coral reefs.
All the details are taken of… all you have to do is arrive.
Catamaran Sail & Snorkel
Join us aboard our Fountaine Pajot 40 foot Catamaran Raya Aguila for a memorable sail & snorkel or sunset cruise through the beautiful waters of the reef lagoons of Roatan.
The warm Caribbean breezes will caress your body & soul as you watch the magnificent tropical shoreline slip by. The abundant coral and tropical fish will delight you as you snorkel in the clear waters. All this with frosty beverages, delicious food & the best of service.
Your Very Own Private, Oceanfront, Home-Away-From-Home Vacation
Customised trip itineraries can include Roatan's famous dive sites such as: Mary's Place, West End Wall, Texas, Prince Albert Wreck, Coco View Wall, El Aguila Wreck, Menagerie, Calvin's Crack and Off The Wall. We can also take you sailing to remote and unspoilt dive sites of the Bay Islands on Guanaja, such as Black Rock Canyon, Jim's Silver Lode and Jado Trader; or Pelican Point, Lion's Head, and the Pinnacles of Cayos Cochinos.