Cuan Law Liveaboard Review

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Cuan Law dive boat review

The Cuan Law is a trimaran dive vessel operating as a liveaboard in the British Virgin Islands. The 32 meters ship proudly boasts to be one of the largest trimaran in the world. The ship was built in Canada and now offers a great Caribbean diving cruise experience!


Boat Cabins & Layout

The Cuan Law can welcome a maximum of 20 guests on-board. Indeed, her wide shape allows 10 spacious staterooms and plenty of communal areas. The cabins are all configured for a double-occupancy and the beds can either be twin beds or one queen bed. Moreover, each cabin features air-conditioning as well as a private en-suite bathroom.

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Cuan Law’s On-board Facilities

The spacious main salon is where everybody usually loves to gather, when not outside! Indeed, the massive lounge features plenty of cozy couches and seating as well as a bar. Plus, guest are welcome to use the library of books and board games. Moreover, there are coolers here and there as well as at the bar and wine, beers and non-alcoholic beverages are free of charge!

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Furthermore, as you get outside from the main salon, you’ll get to the aft deck, which is also the dining room. Basically, it’s a nice shaded spot to lounge outside and that’s also where the dive briefings are done. Also, the top deck of the Cuan Law is a large open space fitted with hammocks. Needless to say it’s also the guest’s favorite spot to watch the Caribbean sunset and stars!


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Vessel Layout

This spacious trimaran sure will impress as the equal mast are 103 feet high and displaying huge sails. Indeed, the speed under sails can go up to 14 knots while under power in goes between 8 and 10 knots. Of course, the boat is equipped with all the best and latest navigation and diving technologies.

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Scuba Diving with the Cuan Law

On top of multiple water toys and a great sailing opportunity, the Cuan Law is known for it’s scuba diving and snorkeling cruises. On diving trips, there are two scuba instructors as well as one dive master joining the liveaboard. The aft deck is where all the equipment is held and the the helpful crew will always help you with it, assemble and gear up. Also, you may rent a full equipment set if needed, ask when booking. Finally, the scuba diving operation will launch either from the dive platform or the inflatable tender.

Price starts at 2,845$US for 7 days / 6 nights – Dive the British Virgin Islands

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.


The marine protection programs in Cuba has resulted in pristine coral reefs.

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U.S. Virgin Islands

The United States Virgin Islands – America’s Caribbean. Outstanding scuba diving in a vacation haven.

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Cayman Islands

You can dive a different dive site every day for a year!

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Bonaire has been voted the Best Shore Dive Destination 22 consecutive times by the readers of Scuba Diving Magazine.

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St. Kitts and Nevis

St. Kitts and Nevis has excellent scuba diving that is close to shore meaning short boat rides. Being a small island, dive boats can always find a sheltered dive site in poor weather.

St. Kitts and Nevis Diving Review

The Caribbean

The Caribbean is one of the most dived destinations in the world. A great destination for beginners as well as experts. With thousands of dive sites it offers something for just about everyone.

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Saba offers Scuba divers site sites that are pristine and loaded with marine life.

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Turks & Caicos

The Turks & Caicos Islands provides Scuba divers with a dive experience not easily matched.

Turks & Caicos Diving Review

Saint Martin

A great selection of wrecks and reefs for divers of all skill levels.

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Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is a lessor known dive destinations with outstanding diving from both the north and south coast. It is also the kick off point to the nearby Silver Banks.

Dominican Republic Diving Review


The Bahamas offer a wide range of diving sites. There are sites that are great for learning to dive and others for experienced divers. Cave divers will find many opportunities.

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