The Cuan Law is the largest scuba diving trimaran sailboat in the world. At 105ft long and 44ft wide this Tortolla, British Virgin Islands based ship is absolutely impressive. The yacht has 10 staterooms with ensuite bathrooms and air conditioning, and holds up to 20 guests. Enjoy our blog article; 110,000 Reasons to Go Liveaboard
Cuan Law Diving
There are some 60 islands in the BVI to explore including: walls, pillars, ridges, bays, caves, coves, and cayes. Therefore, the stunning British Virgin Islands are best enjoyed from the sea and offer over 100 scuba diving sites, including reefs, pinnacles and a few of the best wreck dives in the world. Dive sites include: The Aquarium, Alice in Wonderland, Angelfish Reef, and Painted Walls. Furthermore, some of the wrecks include: the 246ft long Chikuzen, the Kraken, and the RMS Rhone which sunk in 1867. The calm, clear waters around the Cuan Law are suitable for divers of all experiences. The usual suspects include groupers, grunts, glassy sweepers, barracuda, baitfish, blue chromis, turtles, tarpon, and tunas.
Attractions and Activities
It's not just a 3 dives a day tour. While on the Cuan Law you may visit Norman Island, dive, then visit the caves. Next up, Peters Island, dive, then hike and view Deadman's Bay. Next, Salt Island where you can do repeated dives on the Rhone. It takes at least two dives to see the entire wreck as the boilers exploded the ship into two main sections. Next is Cooper Island, where you do a couple of dives, then do a night dive. Next, dive near Ginger Island, then do a night dive by Virgin Gorda. Somewhere during all this the Cuan Law crew will throw in a beach BBQ on a white sand beach. More over, between dives there is time to sail hobie cats, and use kayaks. So, the extensive aft deck, top deck with hammocks and air conditioned saloon offer great space to socialize and relax.
More importantly, breakfast and lunch are served buffet style and the sumptuous dinners are table set. See their sample menu.