The crew was very friendly, the food and the dives were ok too.
But there was smoke everywhere, even in the rooms. At first there was a "no smoking" sign, quickly removed by the diving instructors, and then all the smokers just smoked everywhere: from the scuba gear to where the food was placed, which wasn't hygienic at all. There was no respect for others scuba divers, children or even for people coming on day trips that were feeling sick.
Terrible liveabord experience.
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