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Cuan Law, the most luxurious scuba diving liveaboard in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has joined All Star Liveaboards liveaboard fleet as a member. As of September 2016, Annie and Duncan Muirhead, the owners of Cuan Law, have signed All Star Liveaboards to manage their dive industry marketing and reservations. The Muirheads will continue to provide the same high level of service underwater, on the dive deck and in the dining room which makes them a perfect complement to the team.
The dive sites of the BVI can accommodate all levels of scuba divers — even beginners because the waters are especially calm. All guests will have the opportunity to dive the wreck RMS Rhone, one of the Caribbean’s best-preserved shipwrecks and the BVI’s newest wreck, the Kodiak Queen with a kraken on it. Cuan Law is unlike any other dive liveaboard in the Caribbean in its weekly schedule. There is no set number of daily dives: Guests can log as many as 19 dives during the week or as few as 15 if they would like to explore the islands. Plus, because these islands are so close together, the itinerary maximizes time for other adventures-kayaking, wakeboarding, Hobie cat sailing, and snorkeling. Most dive liveaboards spend the majority of the pre-flying no-dive day at port, whereas Cuan Law guests enjoy an afternoon at The Baths, the iconic grotto created by basalt boulders, flanked by white-sand beaches on Virgin Gorda.
The Cuan Law also operates several special trips each year to or from St Maarten with diving in Saba, Little Scrub Island off Anguilla & Sombrero Island.
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10 Queen beds that can be split into twin beds. All with outside views, air conditioning, large windows and en-suite bathrooms.
Route Description - BVI in 7 Days
7 Days / 6 Nights (Approx. 18 dives)
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is blessed with over one hundred dive sites to suit all standards and offering great variety. With dozens of islands and numerous sheltered anchorages it would take weeks to see it all and so we have no set itinerary. The Captain listens to what everyone has to say and with that input and taking account of prevailing weather and other circumstances, he will tailor the cruise to give everybody the best cruise he can. So the sample below is not locked in stone but will give you an idea.
Day 1: Sail to Cooper Island with lunch and orientation talks on the way. Check out and late afternoon dive and night dive.
Day 2: Early move to Salt Island for all day of diving on the Wreck of the Rhone.
Day 3: Move to uninhabited Ginger Island for two great dives then sail to Long Bay, Virgin Gorda Island for night dive.
Day 4: Early sail with breakfast on the way to the Wreck of the Chikuzen, 10 miles out into the Atlantic. This is a dive that some say is the best in the BVI. Sail back to Muskmellon Bay, Guana Island for the night.
Day 5: Diving the Atlantic Site on several sites named after landmarks in New York City. Afternoon sail to The Dog Islands for a night dive.
Day 6: Sail down the The Baths, Virgin Gorda for some excellent diving at Round Rock and The Blinders. We do a great BBQ lunch on the beach and for those not flying out the next day we offer more diving. We do a lovely sunset sail down to Peter Island for the last night.
Day 7: If requested for those not flying we lay on a dawn dive before sailing back to Tortola for drop off at 10am.
Marine Life: Spotted Eagle Rays, Southern Stingrays, Hawksbill Turtles, Crevalle Jacks, Nurse Sharks, Green Moray Eels, many beautiful species of shrimps, anemones, and crustaceans, swim-throughs, boulders & overhangs