Just imagine…living for seven, ten or fourteen days on a floating hotel, pampered and spoiled, in air-conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms and piped music, a comfy lounge with all entertainment gadgets from DVD's to video's and surround Dolby stereo, a kitchen open the whole day serving main meals plus an embarrassingly big amount of snacks and treats in between, with no other horizon than a blue sea and 180 degrees of pure, sunny, clear sky in all directions.

The only stress being whether you make a dive or not, you eat or not, you drink or not…and how much lead shall I need, shall I take the camera underwater or not, maybe a nitrox tank will do for this long shallow barrier, or shall we have a slice of cake after or before the dive???

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