Scuba travel and snorkeling holidays

Liveaboard diving holidays in various destinations
Experience scuba travel in exotic destinations. Enjoy a combination of life on board with diving in the most lively and colorful marine reserves. On these trips you will be able to explore the precious ocean depths with its surprising and beautiful inhabitants that lie below the surface.
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Benicarló, Castelló
From 18 Apr to 19 Apr
18 Apr
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 280€
Denia, Alicante
From 30 Apr to 3 May
30 Apr
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
Denia, Alicante
From 7 May to 10 May
7 May
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
Denia, Alicante
From 14 May to 17 May
14 May
4 days
5 More information Reserve for 470€
Lisboa,
From 12 Jun to 15 Jun
12 Jun
4 days
44 More information Reserve for 400€
Denia, Alicante
From 13 Jun to 19 Jun
13 Jun
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 20 Jun to 26 Jun
20 Jun
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 27 Jun to 3 Jul
27 Jun
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 4 Jul to 10 Jul
4 Jul
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 11 Jul to 17 Jul
11 Jul
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 18 Jul to 24 Jul
18 Jul
7 days
6 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 25 Jul to 31 Jul
25 Jul
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 990€
Denia, Alicante
From 1 Aug to 7 Aug
1 Aug
7 days
3 More information Reserve for 990€
Denia, Alicante
From 8 Aug to 14 Aug
8 Aug
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 990€
Denia, Alicante
From 15 Aug to 21 Aug
15 Aug
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 990€
Denia, Alicante
From 22 Aug to 28 Aug
22 Aug
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 990€
Denia, Alicante
From 29 Aug to 4 Sep
29 Aug
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 5 Sep to 11 Sep
5 Sep
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 12 Sep to 18 Sep
12 Sep
7 days
8 More information Reserve for 940€
Denia, Alicante
From 18 Sep to 21 Sep
18 Sep
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
Denia, Alicante
From 1 Oct to 4 Oct
1 Oct
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
Denia, Alicante
From 9 Oct to 12 Oct
9 Oct
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
Denia, Alicante
From 15 Oct to 18 Oct
15 Oct
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
Denia, Alicante
From 22 Oct to 25 Oct
22 Oct
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
Denia, Alicante
From 29 Oct to 1 Nov
29 Oct
4 days
8 More information Reserve for 470€
São Vicente,
From 1 Dec to 8 Dec
1 Dec
8 days
44 More information Reserve for 1,490€
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  • If you like diving we suggest one of our diving holidays which are different because you will enjoy sailing as well. Travel where you will fully enjoy nature accompanied by experts in the world of diving.

  • What is the depth limit for diving?

    The depth limit for recreational diving is 130 feet (40 meters), according to the leading diving training agencies. To venture further and explore shipwrecks, caves and other sites beyond 40 meters, agencies require "technical" certifications. This precedent can be traced to the US Navy, which established the rule in the 1950s and still requires special permission from a commander for a diver to exceed this limit.
  • What is the difference between a technical diving trip and recreational diving trip?

    There are several differences between technical, "tec", diving and recreational, "rec", diving. Below are the influencing factors.
  • Places for diving trips

    Recreational divers can explore underwater worlds that non-divers will never see. Technical divers can see all the sites that recreational divers can, but they can go deeper and stay undertwater longer. The increased limits free you to explore even more. However, technical divers use alternative breathing gases and tons of equipment. For this reason, tec diving sites may be limited.
  • Diving certifications
    Each diver is required to complete a training course to become certified to dive. Both tec and rec divers have a training track for continuing education. Recreational divers can choose specialties such as fish identification or shipwreck diving.
  • PADI® restrictions for diving
    Open water divers submerge to a maximum depth of 60 feet (18 meters). It is recommended that experienced divers remain within the limits of no more than decompression of 130 feet (40 meters). Technical divers can go beyond the 40 meters and have planned decompression stops. These extended limits mean that you can explore a shipwreck longer or go farther back into a cave.
  • Dive planning
    Recreational divers use a RDP or Recreational Dive Planner to plan their dives. Most RDP's give visual instructions that make the dive planning extremely easy. Tec divers have rigorous planning procedures. Preparing gear and gas mixtures and planning decompression steps take longer, but it is an exciting part of the activity.
  • Price of diving equipment
    While each diver needs a dive team to dive, technical divers use at least twice the equipment that recreational divers use and, for this reason, it is more expensive.
  • Risks of diving
    Going deeper for longer periods of time presents major risks for technical divers. However, the objective of the training is to mitigate this risk. And the additional risk for technological divers opens a door to phenomenal experiences.
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