Tortuga Liveaboard

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An Avalon Liveaboard Fleet member, the Tortuga liveaboard measures 34 meters and provides outstanding diving holidays to the beautiful waters of Cuba. This liveaboard is anchored permanently in a channel, ensuring that guests will not feel seasickness in any of the elements. With a total of eight private suites, each complete with its own air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom, the Tortuga can accommodate as many as twenty-one guests at one time.

Tortuga

The Tortuga Liveaboard

The on board executive chef will prepare three delicious meals each day of your diving cruise, ensuring you are charged up for exploring these beautiful Cuban waters. Scuba divers will take in the vibrant, crystal clear waters of the Jardines de la Reina in Cuba’s Marine Park. Come face to face with sharks, swim through breathtaking coral, and take in stunning vertical walls. Great for underwater photographers, these waters are full of biodiversity.

When divers come out of the water, they can relax aboard this comfortable liveaboard, with a friendly and attentive crew to take care of their every need. For a truly memorable liveaboard adventure in Cuba, trust the Tortuga.

Cabins

The Tortuga regularly welcomes as many as 18 guests across her 8 well-appointed cabins. The cabins are air-conditioned, well-equipped with storage space and boast en-suite facilities. The beds are extremely comfortable and there are power outlets in the room for added convenience.

2 Quad Cabins

The quad cabins have 4 single beds each, arranged into bunk beds.

5 Triple Cabins

The triple cabins have 3 beds in total, 2 of which are in bunks and the third bed as a separate single.

1 Twin Cabin

The twin cabin has 2 separate single beds.

Maria, United States September 18, 2017

I was really impressed with the diving in Cuba, although it is important to note that this is mostly due to chumming which is somewhat the norm in Cuba.

The crew members on board were very attentive, warm and welcoming and allowed us to make the Tortuga our home for the trip.

The trip was also good value for money and great for photographers who want to get up close and personal with these amazing creatures.

Recommended for: Amazing crew members

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Devin, United States September 18, 2017

Although not entirely in agreement with chumming, it was very exciting to be so close to the sharks and crocodiles in Cuba during this trip in February.

As a budding photographer this was the perfect, high-value trip to get some great shots.

Recommended for: Sharks and crocodiles!

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