Unlike other trips to the Bahamas 

Our Bahamas are different.  We sail and dive where no one else goes.  You won't see another dive boat - or any boat some days!.  We start our diving the Bimini Chain and will routinely travel to its southermost island of Orange Cay, stopping at dive sites such as Bull Run, Nodules Wall, and Victory Reef to name a few of the abundant choices.  From Orange Cay we continue south along the edge of the Grand Bahamas Bank deep into Santaren Channel.  The remote sites are some of our best kept secrets, dove exclusively by Juliet passengers, and host an abundance of life comparable to premier dive destinations around the world.

********** BEST OF ALL - BOAT DEPARTS FROM MIAMI **********

Juliet.smallJuliet leaves from downtown Miami so you don’t have to worry about international flights, lost luggage on connections, or airport customs hassles. Board Juliet in Miami and you’ll be whisked away to the islands of the Bahamas, and won’t see a customs line the entire trip. Most of our trips are week-long trips departing Saturday afternoon for 5 days of diving in the Bahamas. Each day we typically offer 3 day dives and one night dive. We return Friday morning to disembark in Miami at 9am.

Best known for the endless visibility – thanks to the white sand and bright sun – the area of the Bahamas we dive is located close to the nutrient-rich currents of the Gulf Stream, which helps to feed the coral and keep the reefs healthy. These reefs are some of the most resilient around – they recover from storms quickly, and can survive a larger range of conditions than most other corals. They provide beautiful, safe shelters for a huge diversity of fish. Bimini is the only area of the Bahamas that can claim the combination of  mangroves providing a safe, shallow ecosystem for juveniles of every species to thrive in, and the Gulf Stream-fed reefs to give them a rich and healthy environment to live in as adults.

On the edge of the Gulf Stream are beautiful awe-inspiring walls, some starting at only 35′ (11m), some at 80′ (24m), offering dramatic drift dives when the current is running. Closer to shore are shallower patch reefs, some with heads 15′ (5m) tall and loaded with swim-throughs. There is no shortage of wrecks either. Some of our favorites are: the Sapona – half in, half out of the water and surrounded with fish; the Hesperus Wreck with thick schools of fish and huge Loggerhead Turtles that bed down here at night; and the Bimini Barge, where you never know what might swim in from the Gulf Stream; schools of Mahi-mahi, dolphins, once even a humpback whale was seen here!



$1690 per person (1 spot left) - Regular Cabin*

$500 Deposit per person - Balance due by January 15, 2020


  • 6 Nights aboard the Juliet
  • All-Meals & Snacks
  • All beverages including soft drinks, juices, beer and wine (some spirits)
  • 18-20 dives per week
  • Free NITROX

Not Included:

  • Round-trip airfare to Miami
  • $120 Port Fee paid on-aboard the 1st night
  • Gratuities 10%-15%
  • Ground transfers - from / to Miami airport
  • 1 Night Hotel - (If you want to arrive in Miami the night before)

Boat departs from Miami near the American Airlines Arena - Closest street address is 901 Biscayne Blvd.

Boat begins boarding at noon on April 11th - PLEASE ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 2PM