Seadoors Liveaboard Review

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Seadoors dive boat review

The 25 meters Seadoors liveaboard takes divers to discover the Philippines stunning marine world. Built in 2015, this dive vessel offers comfortable and spacious accommodation to guests wanting to dive the Tubbataha reef, Malapascua, the Visayas and more.

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Boat Cabins & Layout

The Seadoors can welcome a total of 16 guests in 8 comfortable cabins. The cabins all feature air-conditioning, en-suite bathroom and towel service. Every room can suit either couples or dive buddies as each comes with a queen bed plus a twin bunk.

You can check the latest schedule & prices for this liveaboard here.

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Seadoors On-board Facilities

The main deck has a massive air-conditioned salon with cozy couches and bean bags. It’s also in the lounges that you will be briefed and you’ll find a camera station where you can charge your belongings. Plus, the lounge has an extensive library of marine world related books plus a full audio-video entertainment system.

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Furthermore, if you step outside, you will find a second lounging area as well as the alfresco dining room and a spacious sundeck. Indeed, the dining room offers a stunning panoramic view of the surroundings. Also, that’s where both local dishes and french cuisine meals will be served.

Moreover, the sundeck is filled with comfortable loungers and features an unobstructed view of the Philippines. Indeed, it’s the perfect spot for either sun bathing or to contemplate a starry night sky.

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Vessel Layout

The Seadoors is arguably the smallest vessel offering scuba diving cruises in the Philippines. That being said, the experience offered is much more personal and customizable. Indeed, there is not much comparison to be made between the Seadoors and the other massive yachts cruising the Philippines. The closest one to the Seadoors is the Atlantis Azores. Hence, it sails about the same itinerary and offers comparable accommodation standards.

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Scuba Diving with the Seadoors

With multiple itineraries available with the Seadoors, you’ll sure find the one you dream of. Indeed, you can dive the stunning Tubbataha reef, the Malapascua Islands, Leyte, where you have high chances of seeing whale sharks, and much more.

The huge dive deck and platform will make the whole scuba diving operation easy. Plus, the friendly and professional crew is always happy to help.


Price starts at 1,886$ – 7 days / 6 nights – Malapascua & Leyte
***More itineraries available, see the booking site!***

Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?

Check out the fabulous places where this dive boat travels to.
Note: some destinations may not be listed below, please enquire for more details.

Subic Bay

Interesting Wreck Diving close to Manila in the Philippines.

Subic Bay Diving Review

Donsol

The best place in the World to swim and dive with Whale Sharks! Also a fantastic spot for spotting Manta Rays.

Donsol Diving Review

Puerto Galera

Great spot for Macro Underwater Photography, to take a diving course and for amazing Drift Diving.

Puerto Galera Diving Review

Anilao, Batangas

The best place in the Philippines for Macro Underwater Photography! A must dive for muck diving and macro photographers. Thriving biodiversity and superb coral.

Anilao, Batangas Diving Review

Boracay Island

Great place to learn Scuba Diving or to take courses. Some interesting and challenging dive sites and good macro photography opportunities.

Boracay Island Diving Review

Bohol Island

Some of the best scuba diving in the Philippines! Great wall dives, Coral, Macro Pictures opportunities and Reef Sharks.

Bohol Island Diving Review

Coron, Palawan

One of the Best places in the World for Wreck Diving!!! Also very interesting lake diving all within a superb tropical scenery setting... ahh bliss!

Coron, Palawan Diving Review

Malapascua Island

The best place on Earth to see the very rare Thresher Shark! Good chances also to spot Manta Rays and world class macro diving. Very Beautiful pristine Island.

Malapascua Island Diving Review

Philippines

Thousands of stunning Islands with unlimited Scuba Diving opportunities! Some of the best Wreck Diving in the World is in Coron Island and great chances to spot the rare and shy Thresher Shark in Malapascua Island... The philippines will amaze every diver!

Philippines Diving Review

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One Liveaboard feedback for “Seadoors

  1. Superb journey on the Seadoors! The owners and the staff are really nice, always helpful and friendly but yet very professional. The boat has a very personal touch, like the owner’s stuff there and there so it can be uncomfortable at first I guess but then you just get used to it. The food was flavorful and various. The boat is rather comfortable and clean but it does show it’s age, and uplift would do the thing! :)

    As for diving, that of course is the best part and we’ve been lucky! We’ve got schools of barracudas, mantas, many sharks, turtles and of course the coral is gorgeous! Either the walls, the coral gadens, etc. Simply stunning, much more vibrant than thailand if i have to compare.

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