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Turks and Caicos Explorer II

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    Turks and Caicos Explorer II Amenities

    • All Inclusive
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Dining Area
    • Non-Smoking Room
    • Salon
    • Sun Deck

    About Turks and Caicos Explorer II

    A beautiful and luxurious Turks and Caicos liveaboard dive boat, the Turks & Caicos Explorer II, was designed to be a luxury yacht/charter dive boat. Equipped with Naiad stabilizers and a heavy keel, she serves as well as a Turks & Caicos liveaboard and does well on longer, open-water excursions to the Silver Bank, 80 miles north of the the Dominican Republic. The luxury vessel carries up to 20 passengers and 8 crew. All staterooms throughout the vessel have port lights or windows, individually-controlled air-conditioning, and private ensuite bathrooms. A comfortable full-width salon, located forward of the spacious dive deck, provides seating for all guests at once, a wet bar, and an entertainment area with DVD and CD stereo. The boat deck, one level up, has ample room for sunning and relaxing; the flybridge includes a wet bar, and comfortable seating for up to 15. The two VIP staterooms located on the upper boat deck, as well as the two forward staterooms on the main deck, are equipped with TV/VCR.

    Popular Dive Destinations

    Sulawesi

    Sulawesi is known for its coral reefs and famed dive sites, such as Bunaken Marine Park, the Togian Islands and Wakatobi Marine Park.

    Banda Sea

    Dive sites in the Forgotten Islands are in the Banda Sea and are particularly noticeable for the crystal clear blue sea, deep walls and huge sponges. The stunning walls of the Banda Sea are beautiful and healthy due to the isolation of these areas.

    Solomon Islands

    The Solomon islands are known for its acclaimed diving destinations including the enormous Marovo Lagoon and Iron Bottom Sound, which is littered with dozens of sunken warships.

    Cook Islands

    The blue lagoons and extensive reefs of the Cook Islands make it a popular scuba diving destination for travelers across the globe.

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