While you can see a list of group trips available to book now on our Group Trips page, here you can find a list of places we're planning to go to in the next year and beyond. These are destinations we have picked out and secured for the dates indicated, but are not yet taking payments.
If you would like to join us for any of these trips, just send us an email and we'll make sure you're one of the first divers notified as soon as the trip is available to book!
July 4th on the Belize Aggressor
June 29-July 6, 2024
St Lucia: Coral Spawning
August 24-31, 2024
God's Pocket, Canada
September 14-20, 2024
Thanksgiving in Bonaire
November 23-30, 2024
New Year's on the Turks & Caicos Aggressor
December 28, 2024-January 4, 2025
Raja Ampat, Indonesia Liveaboard
February 4-11, 2025
Cocos Island, Costa Rica Liveaboard
May 17-27, 2025
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Cuba: Gardens of the Queen*
November 22-29, 2025
New Year's on a Liveaboard in Palau
December 28, 2025-January 4, 2026
Stay tuned! We have a LOT more trips in the works...
*Legal travel to Cuba: For U.S. Citizens and permanent residents, leisure travel and tourism activities still remains illegal. Visiting Cuba for those under U.S. jurisdiction is restricted to one of 12 categories enforced by the Department of Treasury. The liveaboard works with a combination of foundations and marine researchers to provide full-time programs that comply with the State department’s general “Support for the Cuban People” educational travel license for your Gardens itinerary and for any additional add-on’s. Part of meeting these stipulations means that each traveler must have a full-time schedule of educational exchange activities that will result in meaningful interaction between the travelers and individuals in Cuba. The boat has travel specialists on staff that have personal experiences diving JDR, visiting Havana and beyond under these requirements. Please contact them for information and to tailor your Cuba educational and/or sustainable visit. For citizens of all other countries not subject to U.S. jurisdiction, there are no specific restrictions as far as travel to Cuba and leisure travel is permitted.