Because British Virgin Islands (BVI) dive sites are many and are within close proximity to one another, All Star Cuan Law offers a flexible itinerary. Rather than a set number of daily dives, our guests can log between 14 and 16 dives throughout their trip.
The Ultimate Liveaboard
Our trimaran was designed for the dual purpose of serving the needs of those desiring a luxury dive liveaboard experience and for enjoying sailing in the BVI. Complementing underwater exploring of reefs and wrecks, we offer eco adventures, shore excursions and gourmet dining.
○ Departs Tortola, British Virgin Islands on Sundays
○ 6 nights all inclusive
○ Up to 16 dives
○ Spacious cabins with private baths
○ Shore excursions included
There are two ways to travel to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands:
1 – Fly to San Juan, PR (SJU airport code) and then catch a commuter flight to Terrance B. Lettsome Airport in Tortola, BVI (EIS airport code) on Beef Island.
You will need to arrive the day before to make the noon boarding on Sunday. We will have our driver at the airport to meet you and take you to your hotel. You can pay the driver in cash, U.S. dollars accepted. This is much easier than a cab and more reliable. If you are staying at a hotel in Road Town, you will be picked up at 11:45am on Sunday (or another time will be assigned to you if necessary). Please list the name of your hotel on your Trip Application so we can confirm your pick up time.
2 – Fly to Cyril E. King Airport in St. Thomas, USVI (STT airport code ) and take a ferry to Road Town, Tortola, BVI.
You will need to fly to St. Thomas on Saturday and spend the night there. Check the ferry schedule upon arrival (your hotel concierge can assist) to confirm the departure times for Sunday, the next day. You will clear into the BVI at the dock. Have your passport ready! Call or text Kim at 284.499.1999 upon departing the St. Thomas dock so she can send our driver to the ferry terminal in Road Town to pick you up. Let her know your name, number in your party and time the ferry departed. This is important so she can arrange for the driver to arrive on time and not have to wait in case your ferry is delayed. The boat boards at noon so the driver will take your luggage to the Cuan Law and arrange a time and place to pick you up for boarding if you are earlier. You can eat a late breakfast, shop and explore the area for a few hours.
Cuan Law Check List:
• MASK, FINS AND SNORKEL *
• BUOYANCY COMPENSATOR * **
• REGULATOR WITH SUBMERSIBLE PRESSURE GAUGE * ** (Rental regulators have octopus and pressure and depth gauges)
• DIVE WATCH *
• DEPTH GAUGE OR COMPUTER *
• DIVE LIGHT *
• CHEMICAL LIGHT STICK OR SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE (Required for night dives, may be purchased on board)
• DIVER’S CERTIFICATION CARD *
• MONEY (Spending money for souvenirs, island visits and crew tip, 15% is recommended and can be given to the Captain at the end of the week)
• ISLAND HIKING SHOES +
• DIVING EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED: Tanks and weightbelts
• CLOTHING TO BRING: The atmosphere on board the Cuan Law is always relaxed and casual. Several bathing suits, shorts, long pants, several t-shirts, blouse/shirt and wind breaker all packed in soft luggage. Also deck shoes, sandals, suntan lotion (non-oil), hat and sunglasses. In winter, sweatshirts or sweaters are advisable. Personal items such as aspirin and decongestants.
*Required for divers
**Available for rent with prior arrangements
+ The British Virgin Islands offers many opportunities to go ashore and explore and enjoy the interesting islands and beaches. For these occasions, we highly recommend proper footwear for these topside adventures. Flip flops are not suitable. We suggest water shoes or TEVA type sandals. Sneakers are fine but they might get wet!