Why Choose a Live-Aboard?

January 2013
Sport Diver;2013 Special Edition, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p76
The article offers helpful travel tips for travelers to have the best live-aboard experience. These include packing light by having half for the clothes and half for the gear, choosing a room in advance when booking and having the gear prepped and serviced. It also notes giving generous tips and keeping the gear station in order.


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