Jan 7

Sun Dancer II Liveaboard

By Nadia Aly CEO/Founder

Nadia is the CEO of ScubaDiverLife.com . You can find her on Twitter at @DigiTalkVan or email her: Nadia@ScubaDiverLife.com

Belize provides a mixture of reefs covered in sponge and coral growth as well as walls six to twelve meters deep and incredibly diverse marine wild life - from the schools of stingrays, turtles and tarpon, to a huge array of underwater species.

The Sun Dancer II is practical, yet luxurious, and can hold no more than 20 passengers within 10 staterooms, with a majority possessing a television with a VCR, and every room except the Owner's Suite will possess picturesque view windows. Upon Main Deck will be the 2 Master Staterooms, that have a queen-size bed, as well as 7 Deluxe rooms, with either a single king-size bed or a couple of twin beds. Upon Dolphin Deck will be the suite of the owner, that has a single king-size bed or a couple of twin beds, as well as porthole views on both sides of a cabin.

The meals will be one of the highlights which offer fresh baked cakes and breads as well as available snacks all throughout the remainder of the day. Robust wine will be served with the dinner course. The service on board will be fantastic, with the crew of at least 10 all the time.

The guests could go diving up to 5 times per day in between the dive in the morning and the dive in the nighttime. This vessel will typically move 2 or 3 times every day, and visit the famous Blue Hole as well as additional sites upon Turneffe islands and Lighthouse Reef, which depend on the conditons of the weather. The shore excursion toward the Half Moon Caye will be a superb chance to go beachcombing as well as view the gorgeous Red Foot Boobys.

This diving deck has a mask defogging area, a water fountain, fresh towels, two showers as well as camera rinse tanks. For eager photographers, there's a large photo-table that has photography supplies, a video rental and camera service, day-to-day E-6 processing as well as a photographic professional on-hand to help with your photography work. The lighted tables will be available for viewing slides, and the slide presentations will be scheduled every evening all through the charter.

A unique hanging bar will be lowered and raised from the diving platform and kept at a consistent 5 meters underneath the boat during the dives for convenience and safety. Nitrox will be available, right along with a complete range of dive equipment and courses.

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