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LiveAboard.com is the easiest place online to book liveaboard diving holidays around the world. Our team has completed well over 20,000 dives and can help you plan your best scuba diving holiday.

We’re the global leader in online dive travel, looking for a tenacious and driven business development manager. Are you the person we need? Business Development Manager (Remote, Freelance) APAC/Americas   In this fantastic role you’d be the front of the company, creating and applying an effective sales strategy. You would drive financial growth by boosting sales and work closely with our clients. Your responsibilities: Chase new business opportunities Plan & create presentationsCommunicate new product developments to prospective clientsOversee the development of marketing literatureThink strategically; developing and improving the businessWrite reportsProvide feedback to management Why join us? Home-based role, so no commuteJoin the…

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Are you a well-travelled diver passionate about helping others create their dream trips? You could be just the person we’re looking for! We’re searching for a new Travel Consultant to join our Americas Reservations team: Travel Consultant (Reservations, Americas) LiveAboard.com Travel Consultants handle our incoming customer inquiries and reservations around the world. In this interesting and varied role you’ll be liaising with operators and customers, ensuring a smooth booking and invoicing experience. You’ll work with our other Travel Consultants around the world, making sure our customers are the happiest they can be. This role is home-based, meaning no commute, and has…

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Whilst large liveaboards have plenty of amenities on offer, there is something special about joining a small liveaboard for a more intimate dive safari. You can enjoy a more personalised service, smaller dive groups, and the chance to book the whole boat easily or get to know your fellow travellers better. There is often more flexibility in dive schedules and a slower-pace of life to enjoy as you sail from island to island. Here are our top choices of small liveaboards around the world. Shore Thing The Shore Thing Western Australia – credit Shore Thing liveaboard Where is it: Western Australia…

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Tech diving allows you to explore areas other divers simply can’t reach; enjoying untouched dive sites and the peaceful depths of the ocean. It is hugely rewarding and becoming popular at liveaboard destinations around the world. Where can you go liveaboard tech diving? Whilst the Red Sea, and especially Dahab, is an iconic tech diving destination, there are other great tech diving places to experience. A liveaboard safari is often the best way to reach the remote destinations, and plenty of vessels now offer tech diving support. Micronesia Scuba diving at Truk Lagoon is a colourful experience, with numerous opportunities…

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Appreciating the little and large things in life is important and the same can be said for scuba diving. Whilst diving with manta rays and sharks is thrilling, are some of the best animals also the smallest? Go Indonesia diving and decide for yourself, immersing in a world of tiny critters and ocean giants. Where Can You Dive in Indonesia? Indonesia is a macro and megafauna diver’s paradise, with no shortage of dive destinations to choose from: Lembeh Strait, the ‘muck diving capital of the world’, has over 60 dive sites and a whole myriad of macro creatures in the black sands.…

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For dive buddies looking to celebrate their love or spend a honeymoon on the ocean, there are plenty of luxurious liveaboards and remote white-sand destinations to choose from. Here are our top 4 liveaboards for couples and honeymooners: Scubaspa Ying, Maldives Nothing says honeymoon like diving the Maldives and the Scubaspa Fleet has two premier luxury liveaboards offering spa treatments, 6 full-time spa therapists, and fine dining. The Scubaspa Yingand Scubaspa Yangliveaboards offer year-round dive safaris to the central atolls of the Maldives, where divers can enjoy diving in warm, turquoise waters with whale sharks, manta rays and more. There are plenty…

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Are you a scuba diver with a passion for partnership marketing or content management? You could be just the person we’re looking for! We’re hiring for two great positions at LiveAboard.com: Partnership Marketeer The Partnership Marketeer is in charge of closing new partnerships and growing existing ones between LiveAboard.com and (foreign) travel websites, affiliates and influencers. It’s a great role where you’ll be reaching out to new people around the world, negotiating new partnerships, and coming up with clever ways of extending our reach. Requirements 2+ years of experience working in digital marketingExperienced and knowledgeable in digital advertising- and pricing models.Experienced in working in a multilingual…

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It’s the start of a new year and the diving on offer is off the charts this month. The Maldives is the place to go for manta ray diving and picture-perfect atolls, whilst Mexico scuba diving in January is all about huge megafauna. The small African nation of Djibouti is also at its best this month, offering the chance to snorkel with numerous whale sharks. Manta Madness in the Maldives  January is a great time of year to visit the Maldives, as the dry season brings long sunny days just perfect for relaxed Maldives liveaboard diving. Whilst each of the different…

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What better way to escape a hectic December than on a diving liveaboard? Diving in warm waters in December will certainly brighten up any winter with a number of spectacular marine life events taking place during the month. What can you see in December? Pelagics in The Maldives As the monsoon season finishes, liveaboards in the Maldives can once again offer divers warm tranquil waters and impressive marine encounters. The weather may have calmed by December, but the plankton blooms are still in full force bringing hundreds of mantas to the Maldives’ atolls. Divers drift on strong currents through the channels and around…

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Ice diving is one of the most adventurous types of diving out there and is a great way to try something completely different. It is challenging, takes extra preparation, and is different from most recreational dive types. Diving under ice is definitely a team sport and offers the chance to learn ice diving procedures and dive in winter when other types of diving may not possible. Most importantly, ice divers experience unique underwater environments and marine life few people ever get to see. There is nothing quite like the peace of being under the ice, surrounded by bright blue water…

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