Seadoors Liveaboard

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Providing exceptional diving cruises to the Philippines, the Seadoors liveaboard can accommodate as many as sixteen guests per holiday and will take divers to the most stunning diving spots in the Philippines. This luxury liveaboard can accommodate as many as sixteen guests each and every dive cruise. Passengers will be able to relax in between dives or at night in one of eight private cabins, each complete with its own air conditioning, a comfortable queen-sized bed, an en-suite bathroom, accompanying single bed, towel service, and even hot water. With an optional upgrade to a larger deluxe cabin, there is space for everyone’s needs.


The Seadoors Liveaboard

Scuba divers will get to explore diving sites like Tubbataha, Malapascua, and Leyte. With some of the Philippines best diving spots on the dive itineraries of the Seadoors liveaboard, it is no surprise that scuba divers love this liveaboard vessel. In addition to the expert diving guides the Seadoors provides, the diving amenities include a spacious dive deck, lots of room for equipment storage, and easy access into and out of the water.

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When guests aren’t on a dive, they can relax on this spacious liveaboard. The Seadoors provides exceptional amenities for passengers, including an air conditioned lounge that is great for taking a load off in between dives, an entertainment suite for kicking back and enjoying a movie or television show, and a sundeck with comfortable loungers to take in stunning ocean views and to watch the sun set. An outdoor dining suite also makes for a spectacular experience when on your liveaboard diving holiday. Trust the Seadoors to deliver and book your next scuba diving adventure to the Philippines on this stunning vessel.


The Seadoors liveaboard regularly welcomes up to 16 guests on board and sleeps these valued guests in its 8 well-equipped rooms. The cabins come complete with private bathrooms, air-conditioning and large windows. The cabins also have a working desk and a number of cabinets for storage.

4 Deluxe Cabins (Main Deck)

The deluxe cabins have a double and single bed arranged into bunks. These cabins are situated on the vessel’s main deck.

2 Deluxe Cabins (Lower Deck)

These deluxe cabins on the lower deck have a double bed and single bed arranged into bunks.

2 Master Cabins (Lower Deck)

The master cabins have a king size bed and a single bed bunk arrangement.

Henry, United Kingdom September 18, 2017

Seadoors was a great experience for all of us on board and the Philippines was lovely in mid-July.

Although the boat is showing some evidence of wear and tear, it was well-serviced by the crew and we felt comfortable and at-home on board.

It was great to have the option of multiple night dives, and these were really exciting.

Recommended for: A wide variety of diving site possibilities


Joshua, New Zealand September 18, 2017

I enjoyed this trip to the Philippines because the boat had a great friendly and laidback atmosphere.

The diving was well-organised and plentiful and conditions were perfect during my trip in May. I saw so many new and exciting creatures as well as beautiful gardens of coral and walls covered in things to investigate.

The Seadoors is more like a floating hotel than a regular liveaboard and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to others.

Recommended for: The crew, the atmosphere and the diving


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