The new 102 ft scuba diving liveaboard catamaran, Aqua Cat, offers luxury accommodations, a spacious main salon and an extremely smooth ride. Her ability to cruise at a speed of 14-knots will get you to dive sites quickly while her 35-ft beam will ensure a smooth ride. The eleven passenger cabins are some of the largest of any liveaboard in the world. Some of the cabins can accommodate a 3rd or 4th passenger, so she can carry from 22 to 30 passengers.

  • Private bathroom with shower.
  • Hair dryer.
  • Oversized berths (80″ long)
  • Individually controlled air-conditioners.
  • Carpeted floors.

Cabins 1 &2 – 109 square feet of cabin space.  Two twin beds with two pull downs to accommodate up to 4 guests. 

Cabins 3 & 4 – 109 square feet of cabin space.  Two twin beds with one pull down to accommodate up to 3 guests. 

This is great for a family or friends that would like to reduce their costs.

Cabins 5-8—109 square feet of cabin space.  These can be configured as either two twins or one king.

Cabins 9 & 10 – 135 square feet of cabin space.  These have one queen and one twin and can accommodate up to 3 guests. 

Cabin 11 – 63 square feet of cabin space.  This cabin has twin bunk beds. This cabin has a skylight instead of windows.

Port and starboard oceanview cabins have two large windows with shades. Cabin 11 has a skylight with a shade. 

  • Two large tables with seating for 24 in cane style cushioned chairs.
  • Beverage area dispenses soft drinks and beer on tap and ice maker.
  • 7 three seat cane sofa lounges.
  • A television and DVD player.
  • Coffee and sea station.
  • Snack counter.
  • Fresh fruit basket
  • Library of videos and books.
  • The ship’s boutique.
  • Three outdoor tables with seating for 12.
  • BBQ grill and griddle.
  • Hammocks.
  • Photo station with large work area and three shelves for camera storage. 110v & 220v outlets for battery charging.
  • Two enclosed showers.
  • One toilet with sink.
  • Two dive ladders.
  • Rinse hoses with hot & cold water by each dive ladder.
  • Two fresh water rinse tanks.
  • 10 sun loungers.
  • Bar area with soft drink and beer taps, two ice makers and bar stools. We have three different beers from a Bahamian micro brewery on tap. The crew also mixes up frozen rum drinks for those who have finished diving for the day.