From Hawaii and California to Florida and Texas, the United States has liveaboards for just about every interest. Swim alongside manta rays and sharks or dive on wrecks, oil rigs and tropical reefs.
From the Atlantic to the Pacific, you’ll find a huge variety of liveaboards in the USA. Florida offers reef diving with a healthy array of tropical species, while you’ll find some of the best coral reefs located in remote waters off of Texas along with a smattering of oil rig dive sites. Furthermore, California boasts epic shark diving including some cage diving with great whites. On the other hand, Hawaii in the Pacific boasts humpback whales and an unforgettable manta ray night dive. And that’s not to mention the shark and wreck diving available in North Carolina and Rhode Island. Typical liveaboard itineraries in the United States last 3 to 7 days, and diving is possible year-round.