Bahamas Itineraries:

Tiger Beach Experience (7 nights)


DURATION: 7 nights
PORTS: Freeport to Freeport
MARINE PARK FEES: US$ 100 per person to be paid onboard in cash.
QUALIFICATION NEEDED: PADI Open Water or equivalent - no minimum number of logged dives required although we recommend experience beyond beginner level to ensure maximum safety and enjoyment.


The Bahamas are known to have the clearest waters on earth with an abundance of sharks. It is the third largest barrier reef area in the world with flourishing and diverse marine life as well as excellent dive site diversity: reefs, walls, drop-offs, drift dives, wrecks, caves and blue holes. Besides sharks, keep an eye out for several species of dolphins and whales as well as the endangered Nassau grouper, considered the national fish of the Bahamas, that can reach over a meter in length!

The Tiger Beach itinerary covers the best of the West End of Grand Bahama Island. Expect to see lots of sharks including hammerheads, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, tiger sharks, and even bull sharks.

This 7 night liveaboard adventure allows between 18-20 dives including several night dives (depending on conditions). In some areas the diving is comparatively shallow and there will be an 'open platform' policy to allow diving as and when you like between 8am and 10pm.

The diving day aboard M/V Bahamas Master has a typical schedule as follows:-

- Light Breakfast followed by a briefing and dive 1
- Full Breakfast, relaxation period, briefing and dive 2
- Lunch, relaxation period, briefing and dive 3
- Snack relaxation period, briefing and dive 4, where possible
- Dinner


Diving Highlights

**PLEASE NOTE** All dive sites are subject to weather conditions and those visited are at the absolute discretion of the captain and dive guides.

Tiger Beach
One of the best locations for tiger and lemon shark encounters located off the West End of Grand Bahama Islands. With a white sand bottom and shallow depth (6-7 meters) this is a favourite site for photographers and videographers as well. Sightings of great hammerheads and nurse sharks are common, with an occasional bull shark making an appearance.

Fish Tales
Close to Tiger Beach with similar shark sightings but a little deeper depths. There is an opportunity to see lemon sharks, Caribbean reef sharks and tiger sharks.

Lighthouse
Just beyond West End, this is another great location to see great hammerheads, tiger sharks, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, and even bull sharks have been spotted.

Sugar Wreck
This 110-meter long, four-masted steel sailing vessel sank about 100 years ago while carrying molasses. As a shallow wreck in just 7 meters of water, there will be plenty of bottom time for exploration. The wreck is now residence to green moral eels, turtles, octopus, nurse sharks and large schools of snappers.

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