The vast array of activities available on Juliet, the crew’s knowledge of the area, their sensitivity to the guests’ interests, and only hosting 12 guests per trip allows our crew to customize our diving and surface interval activities for optimal enjoyment by all.
We will be diving in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Departing from Sapodilla Bay in Providenciales on Saturday afternoon returning Friday morning to depart the ship by 9:00 AM Friday morning for a local hotel, where we will spend Friday evening before returning.
Juliet is a 104’ 3-masted steel-hulled schooner that was built in Australia in 1974. She was first used to carry freight in the Pacific and her bow is reinforced with 2” steel to protect her from icebergs by Antarctica. She was converted to a live aboard passenger vessel in the 1990s and to a live aboard.
Juliet is being taken out of Charter Service during the summer of 2014 for the following upgrades. The most significant change will be in the cabin configuration. Cabins 1 and 2 in the bow of the ship will be converted into the crew’s quarters. Two new cabins will be constructed mid-ship where the current crew’s quarters and dive locker are located and these cabins will have private heads and showers! We will be offering the new en-suite cabins at a somewhat higher rate for those of you that prefer a little more privacy and convenience. We feel that this configuration will allow us to provide the option of more luxury without significantly changing our price structure. A new layout diagram and the adjusted pricing will be featured on our web-site soon. We also plan to install a head on deck which will be located on the stern across from the helm. We feel that having a head on deck will be an appreciated convenience, especially for use just before and after dives.