Cuan Law provides the ultimate liveaboard diving experience in the British Virgin Islands, on a huge trimaran with built-in safety features. The ambiance is both fun and relaxed, with a wide range of activities to suit divers as well as non-divers!
At 105ft long and a very broad 44ft wide, Cuan Law features spacious staterooms for a limited number of guests, all directly off of the main salon, with outside views and two separate escape routes from every room. Each stateroom can be configured with either two twin beds or one queen bed, and features a private bathroom and individual air conditioning. The extensive aft deck, top deck with hammocks, and the air conditioned salon offer plenty of great spaces to spread out and relax at a comfortable social distance. This spacious ship even features an isolated sick bay cabin off the stern, should a guest fall ill and need to be quarantined during the trip while we bring them back to port quickly for medical attention.
The all-inclusive rate covers excellent meals, snacks, beverages and bar, as well as diving and the use of kayaks and Hobie cats. Daily shore excursions are offered at no additional cost, and this is one trip where there is plenty for non-divers to do. A beach BBQ near The Baths on Virgin Gorda to explore the mysterious boulders is a highlight of the week!
The British Virgin Islands are renowned for sailing, and best enjoyed from the sea. There are over 100 possible dive sites, including reefs, pinnacles and one of the best wreck dives in the world, the RMS Rhone, featured in the 1977 movie The Deep with Jacqueline Bisset and Nick Nolte. The calm, clear waters are suitable for divers of all experience levels, including beginners and new divers. Dive depths are relatively shallow, and with three daytime dives the schedule is relaxed with long surface intervals, so dives are conducted on air rather than EANx Nitrox.
Join us and enjoy a safe and unforgettable Caribbean "Turkey on the Reef" experience over Thanksgiving!
Our Package Includes:
- 6 nights aboard the Cuan Law in air-conditioned double occupancy cabins, each with private bath
- All meals and between meal snacks
- All alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages
- Up to 16 dives: three daytime dives and one night dive each day, conditions permitting
- Tanks, weights and weight belt
Dive gear rental, airfare, airport transfers, any departure tax, tips, and items of a personal nature.
Most guests find it cheapest and easiest to fly to St. Thomas, USVI (STT) the day before (Saturday, November 21), stay overnight in Charlotte Amalie, and ride the one hour ferry to Tortola, BVI by noon on Sunday.
Our charter departs from Roadtown, Tortola after the ferry arrives on Sunday, and there is an airport there at as well (EIS) if you'd like to check connecting fares to Tortola via San Juan and Miami.
We will disembark the ship no later than 10 am on Saturday, November 28. It's best to schedule your departure from St. Thomas (STT) in the late afternoon of November 28.
How to reserve your space:
We'll place a space on courtesy hold for you and send you a confirmation e-mail.
Complete and return the trip application and waiver from the letter with your deposit by check or credit card.
Make your airline reservations. We're happy to help you find the best flights.
$700 deposit to hold space. Second deposit of $1000 at 180 days. Balance due 135 days prior to departure.
Penalty for the use or possession of illegal drugs and controlled substances, including marijuana on board a vessel in these Islands, is confiscation and forfeiture of the vessel, and jail for guests and crew, even if the presence of the substances is unknown to the crew. Therefore, if such substances are used by, or found to be in the possession of the guests, they will be put ashore at the next port of call without refund of the charter fee. This includes medical marijuana.
Space is limited! Reserve your cabin now so you don't miss out!