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Bahamas
July 22-28, 2017

COST (double occupancy):
Ensuite: $1,890 per diver
Standard Cabin: $1,690 per diver


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Juliet
Juliet is a majestic 104 foot, 3-masted schooner, welcoming only 12 guests per liveaboard cruise. The limited number of guests allows a crew of 5 to customize each voyage to meet our interests, needs and diving experience.

Juliet features six staterooms richly appointed in exotic hardwoods. Four cabins include independent air-conditioning, a sink, at least one porthole, reading lamps and ample closet space. Two Ensuite cabins have full bathrooms. Juliet includes two full bathrooms with private shower and toilet areas and one half bath.


Above deck, you will find an expansive sundeck with lounge chairs, a crow's nest in which you can take watch, 12 tank stations with large private gear holds where tanks are immediately refilled, and a topside shower with hot water.

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Travel Itinerary
In the Bahamas you will discover a placid, turquoise paradise stretching as far as the eye can see with unimaginable graduations of color. You will dive into diverse marine life around reef systems that are kept healthy by the continuous enrichment provided by the Gulf Stream. Topside you’ll find many uninhabited low islands with beautiful beaches on which to play, explore, and relax.

For our 7 night Bahamas trip the Juliet recommends the following itinerary. On Saturday afternoon, sail from Miami to the Bimini Chain of islands where we clear Customs into the Bahamas. On your first morning aboard Juliet let the diving begin! As we sail and dive the Bimini Chain to its southern most island of Orange Cay, we stop at dive sites such as Bull Run, the Nodules Wall, and Rainbow Valley at Victory Reef, just to name a few of the abundant choices.

From Orange Cay we continue south along the edge of the Grand Bahama Bank deep into Santaren Channel. You can visit dive sites such as Freedom Reef, Lost Pidgeon Reef, Longbow, Lost Medallion, Mad Cow Reef and Do It Again. Sorry, no algae on these site, just perfect coral and thousands of fish! These pristine sites are exclusively dove by Juliet passengers, and host an abundance of life comparable to the premier dive destinations in the world. Several pods of playful Spotted Dolphin call this area home and frequently join Juliet for extended snorkeling encounters. During settled weather, we sometimes get as close as 30 nautical miles from Cuban waters. This trip is a true adventure into a remote area of the Bahamas that few divers have experienced.


          

Special Features & Equipment:
• Nitrox
• 24 ft. tender with outboard
• A/C
• Water/Ice makers
• Washer/Dryer
• Large Screen TV
• DVD Player

For more information about the Juliet visit their Web site.
   

Trip includes:

• 7 days/6 nights on Juliet
• 3 meals daily & snacks
• All beverages
• Tanks & weights
• Fishing equipment

Trip does not include:

• Airfare from St. Louis to Miami*
Ground transfers
Port fee
• Nitrox
Gratuities

COST (double occupancy):
Ensuite: $1,890 per diver
Standard Cabin: $1,690 per diver


Fine Print:
To reserve space a $500 nonrefundable deposit is required. A payment of $500 is due by Jan. 14, 2017, a payment of $500 is due March 15, 2017, and final balance due by May 10, 2017. All payments are nonrefundable unless we can fill your space. We strongly encourage you to purchase trip cancellation insurance as this trip is “nonrefundable” for weather related circumstances.

*Y-kiki will assist with air travel arrangements if needed. Juliet returns on Friday allowing an opportunity to extend your stay a couple of days in Miami.

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We strongly recommend travel insurance.

   
 
 
 
 

 
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