Cuan Law, British Virgin Islands

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The live-aboard Cuan Law, which plies the waters of the British Virgin Islands, has signed All Star Liveaboards to manage their dive industry marketing and reservations. Annie and Duncan Muirhead, owners of Cuan Law, plan to continue the same high level of service underwater, on the dive deck and in the dining room.

Cuan Law departs Tortola, British Virgin Islands, providing a memorable dive experience in the Virgin Islands. The ambiance is billed as both fun and relaxed, with a range of activities to suit divers of all ages, as well as nondiving guests too. At 105 feet (32 m) long and 44 feet (13 m) wide, Cuan Law is the largest trimaran in the world and accommodates up to 20 guests in 10 spacious staterooms. All-inclusive rates cover all meals, snacks, beverages and bar, and watersports equipment.

All guests can dive the RMS Rhone, one of the Caribbean’s best-preserved wrecks, underwater for more than 150 years. Cuan Law’s schedule is different from other vessels in the Caribbean. Guests can log as many as 19 dives during the week (or more when anchored from right off the stern) or as few as 15 if they would like to spend time exploring the islands’ beaches, hiking trails and a beach barbecue at the Baths on the island of Virgin Gorda.

A dive package priced at $2,845, double occupancy required, includes up to 19 dives, taxes, six nights and seven days of accommodations in a spacious stateroom with a private bath, three meals daily, snacks and beverages, including alcohol, use of watersports equipment, and free Wi-Fi. Reservations are required and restrictions apply.

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Call: 800-327-9600

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