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The Caribbean Explorer II comfortably accommodates 18 passengers in 9 double staterooms.
Furthermore, all of the staterooms have private bathroom facilities, and most of which have queen-sized beds.
The semi-enclosed, air-conditioned salon on the upper deck includes dining tables, TV, CD/DVD, video library, light table and lounge area. There is certainly opportunity to soak up the sun on the large sundeck with lounge chairs is aft of the main salon.
The vessel's boutique is located on the main deck, and the photo/video lab is below decks. The large dive deck is equipped with a bathroom, individual gear lockers, camera table with a low-pressure air hose, recharging station, air and nitrox filling stations, tank racks, and separate fresh water rinse for both scuba and underwater camera equipment.
There are two sets of stairs accessing the dive platform, where two in-water ladders hang for easy access to and from the water. Finally, the vessel is also equipped with a satellite telephone for incoming and outgoing calls worldwide.
The Northeastern Caribbean is an intriguing area offering a blend of Dutch, British, French and native cultures on some of the most scenic islands of the Caribbean.
The Saba - St. Kitts Liveaboard itinerary, combining diving and optional island access, has always been unique within the liveaboard diving industry. As a dedicated dive liveaboard, all diving is done directly off of the vessel, using the expansive dive deck covering the aft third of the main deck. Each diver has his or her own dive gear bin; a large camera table, as well as rinse tanks, wetsuit drying racks, charging stations are available for all to use.
Diving in the Northeastern Caribbean will surprise you - it's not mentioned often in the mainstream diving magazines, but the variety of the topography and types of sites that we visit weekly will amaze you!