Bay Islands, Honduras - MV Caribbean Pearl II Liveaboard

Saturday, Jun 21, 2014 - Saturday, Jun 28, 2014 (1 week)
Led by Christy Pattengill-Semmens, Ph.D., REEF Director of Science and Brice Semmens, Ph.D., Fish Expert
16 divers maximum
Only 1 Space Left - a male share.

Join us as we spend the week cruising around the Bay Islands of Honduras aboard the luxurious MV Caribbean Pearl II. We will begin our diving journey in Utila, then explore hidden sea mounts and search for whale sharks enroute to Roatan. After diving in Roatan we will head back to the home port on Utila. The week ends with a walk around the charming town of Utila.

$2,610 per diver double occupancy. Includes: lodging for 7 nights in a Deluxe Cabin with private bathroom, diving, and all meals and drinks while on board. Two smaller Deluxe Cabins are available, $2,510 per diver double occ. Additional fees paid onboard: $115 port fee, inter-island airfare (see below), $75 fuel surcharge, $100 Nitrox fills for the week (optional).

Travel details: The group boards the boat in Utila at 3 pm on Saturday. The M/V Caribbean Pearl II office arranges charter flights to transport guests to Utila from either Roatán (RTB) or San Pedro Sula (SAP) to Utila. The domestic transfer is confirmed once you book/advise of your international flight times with Caradonna. Participants need to arrive in Roatan (RTB) no later than 1:30 or in San Pedro Sula (SAP) no later than 2:00 in order to make the connecting Utila flight. The charter flight is not included in the charter rate. The connecting flight is booked directly by the boat and paid for onboard ($240 r/t from San Pedro, $200 r/t from Roatan). Ground transfers to and from the airport to the yacht are included in the package price

+$300 REEF Program Fee per diver will be added to each package to cover the cost of the group leader, seminar and survey materials.

This trip is booked through our travel specialists at Caradonna. To reserve your space to to find out more, contact REEF@caradonna.com, 1-877-295-REEF (7333).

MV Caribbean Pearl Website
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