M/V Bahamas Master is a 135ft long scuba diving yacht based in the Bahamas. This liveaboard vessel has 8 guest rooms and can accommodate 16 divers/guests. There are three cabin styles. Two Premium Double State rooms are on the forward main deck and come with ensuite bathrooms and panoramic windows. 6 cabins are on the lower deck and have port windows. Two Twin State rooms come with an ensuite bathroom each. The four remaining twin staterooms share 2 separate bathrooms. Individual climate controls are in all rooms. Enjoy our blog article on Diving the Bahamas with Max Gilbert
M/V Bahamas Master Diving
They have four main scuba diving itineraries that last between 10 to 14 nights. Some of the destinations on the Ultimate Bahamas Experience may include Tiger beach, Berry Islands off of Bimini, Andros Island Nassau, Pig Beach, Big Major Cay, Exumas, Cat Island, Little Salvador, North Eleuthera, South Abaco, and more. M/V Bahamas Master also have the Hammerhead & Tiger Shark Experience trip. The Bimini Island only excursion features Bimini Road, Hawksbill Reef and Alice Island. The Tiger Beach excursion features 20 square miles of reefs, walls, and sharks. You can also do the Wreck, Blue Hole, and sharks over at Berry Islands, Andros Island, Nassau, and Grand Bahama Island.
So, while diving from M/V Bahamas master, you may have a chance to explore walls, reefs, and swim throughs. More importantly, you may see rays, gray sharks, black tips, lemons, bulls, nurse sharks and tiger sharks year-round. November to March, sperm whales, whale sharks, and humpbacks have special bookings especially around Berry Island, the drop offs, and the ocean tongue to the abyss.
Attractions and Activities
A typical day aboard M/V Bahamas Master may include three meals with snack. Moreover, coffee, tea, and carbonated drinks are complimentary with a small fee for beer, wine, and other adult beverages. You may have a light breakfast, then do dive 1. Followed by a full breakfast then dive 2. After lunch and a chance to relax, it’s time to do dive 3. While dinner may be the highlight of American and local cuisine, some days you may have dinner after a sunset dive, or before a night dive if planned. You can lounge between dives in a shaded main deck area or warm up or tan in the open sky upper deck loungers. At night you may wish to view some of your images on the 52 in lounge plasma screen.
There is also an indoor charging station, outside camera station, and bar. They have three tenders to pick you up after a dive and two fresh water showers to rinse you off quickly.