LIVEABOARD DIVING RESOURCES


Welcome to the Liveaboard Diving Resources page at The Adventure Junkies.

This is a complete list of all the liveaboard diving resources available on our website, from guidebooks to checklists, articles, courses, online forums. Everything you need to be safe, confident and prepared to enjoy the outdoors. 

Our mission is to make the outdoors accessible to everyone to inspire people to  value, understand and protect our planet's ecosystems. We hope that our collection of open digital resources gives you the tools you need to experience nature in powerful ways. Whether you’re a diving newbie or a master diver, we’re here to help and support you along the way.

Free Resources

LIVEABOARD DIVING FOR BEGINNERS

Liveaboard diving guide

LIVEABOARD DIVING GUIDE

Learn how to plan and prepare for your next liveaboard trip with this complete guide to get started with liveaboard diving.

Sea life course

SEA LIFE ENCOUNTERS COURSE

This free course will teach you how to have extraordinary experiences with big ocean creatures. We'll walk you through what to see, when and where.

Destination Guides

Below you will find our collection of liveaboard guides by destination. From the warm waters of the Caribbean to the remote islands of the South Pacific, you will find all the information you need to plan your next diving trip

Click a topic below to explore our articles.

NORTH PACIFIC

Diving in the North Pacific conjures images of schooling sharks, dolphins and manta rays. This is the home of some of the world’s best pelagic diving. Many of the dive sites are the product of millions of years of volcanic activity. Hundreds of miles from the mainland, most of them are only accessible by liveaboard.

SOUTHEAST ASIA

Southeast Asia is arguably home to the best diving on Earth. Flourishing coral reefs, jagged rock formations and sheer underwater walls that drop off into open water attract tropical fish and pelagics of all kinds. A liveaboard trip is hands-down the best way to experience this diving mecca.

RED SEA & MIDDLE EAST

The Red Sea is the diving adventure of a lifetime, with fantastic wrecks and impressive pelagic life. Healthy coral reefs are home to around 1,000 species of fish, at least 10% of which are endemic. Plus, thanks to the relatively small number of divers, you’ll enjoy uncluttered dive sites and an authentic experience. A Red Sea liveaboard is the best way to explore this underwater paradise.

SOUTH PACIFIC

Hundreds of tiny islands and sheltered coral lagoons dot the South Pacific Ocean, creating a hotbed for some of the world’s best diving. From majestic pelagics to colorful reef fish, this fascinating region will live up to your wildest expectations. As an added bonus, a South Pacific liveaboard can bring you to places where hardly anyone has ever ventured before.

CARIBBEAN

The Caribbean is renowned for its crystalline turquoise waters and incredible dive sites. A diver’s dream come true, the tropical destination features healthy coral reefs and sunken shipwrecks which are home to a variety of marine life. A Caribbean liveaboard is the best way to discover this wonderland for yourself.

INDIAN OCEAN

Thousands of tiny islands scattered throughout the azure waters of the Indian Ocean are home to some of the best diving in the world. The region boasts majestic pelagics, colorful reef fish and one-of-a-kind coral formations. An Indian Ocean liveaboard will take you to isolated dive sites beyond your wildest dreams.

Liveaboard Resources

Below you will find our complete library of web articles about liveaboard diving organized by topic. From the best liveaboards trips to go on during different months of the year to those ones to dive with mantas or whale sharks, you will find all the information you need for your particular needs. Enjoy!

Other Resources

Looking for a gift for a fellow diver? 

Check out our gift guide that includes 100 ideas to surprise your diving friends. 

From big ticket presents to stocking stuffers, there is something for everyone.

Need some diving inspiration? 

Check out the Top 25 Scuba Diving Blogs of the web.

If you have a diving blog of your own, make sure you submit it to be considered for the next update!