Welcome aboard! Juliet has 6 private cabins, comfortably sleeping 2 people per cabin, either in one large bed or with a convenient fold-down bunk for separate sleeping arrangements (ask about our accommodations for families with young divers).

Use the images below to familiarize yourself with the boat, find out what your cabin will look like on your next trip, or just reminisce about your last voyage on board!

Interior Layout 
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Exterior Layout
Exterior layout 2014
Forward Ensuite

  • Private head and shower in the cabin
  • Ample storage space
  • Two separate beds for couples or singles
  • Extra-long bed for divers over 6′ tall
  • A fold-down bunk for families with small children
  • Private entrance directly to the deck
  • Two portholes

Aft Ensuite
Ensuite cabin with private head.

  • Private head and shower in the cabin
  • Storage and hooks for drying damp clothing
  • Quiet and stable part of the boat
  • Double bed or fold-down single bed for couples or singles
  • Easy access to the main salon (no bulkhead doors to go through)

Cabin 3 (standard)

  • Double bed or fold-down single bed for couples or singles
  • Ample storage space
  • Beds oriented across the beam of the boat
  • Private sink
  • Individual reading lights
  • Easy access to the deck via hallway spiral staircase

Cabin 4 (standard)

  • Our “Honeymoon Suite” for couples only
  • One queen size bed
  • Sitting area
  • Private sink
  • Ample storage
  • Two portholes
  • Small library

Cabin 5 (standard)

  • One double bed for couples or fold-down bunk for solo divers
  • Ample storage
  • Private sink in cabin
  • Beds oriented fore and aft
  • Easy access to the main salon (through only one bulkhead door)

Cabin 6 (standard)

  • Ample storage
  • Extra long bed for divers over 6′ tall
  • Private sink in cabin
  • Sitting area
  • Small library
  • Beds oriented across the beam
  • Easy access to the main salon (through only one bulkhead door)

For a better sense of Juliet, watch our video walk-through of all the cabins to see the layout for yourself before you come on board.

6 comments

  1. Barbara & Alan Andridge says:

    We are interested in your Dec 20-26 Christmas trip to St Thomas and Virgin Islands and we understand you have 2 rooms still available. Could you advise us on which rooms and the cost please. We’ve met some lovely people traveling g with you then and would like to join them! Thank you, Barbara Andridge

    • Kat says:

      Hi Barbara, we still have those two spaces available if you are interested! I sent you an email a few weeks back but never got a reply. I hope we can get you and Alan on board!

  2. Darlene says:

    How many dives do you have each day? As well, are there any night dives? What is the maximum time underwater? Is there a dive guide for each dive? Does each diver need a dive computer? On your Bahamas trip, are you near any dive spots where we would see hammerheads and lots of different species of of sharks?
    Thank you for your time.

    • Kat says:

      Hi Darlene
      We do 3-5 dives per day including a night dive every night except for Thursday. We do not put a cap on your dive time, you can dive as long as your air and no decompression time allows. It is recommended every diver have their own computer or if not a timing device to dive tables for their own personal profile. Guides are not in the water for all dives but always available if you would like a private tour. Hammerheads are more often seen in the spring, we often see Caribbean reef, black tip, and nurse sharks.

  3. Hans Sievert says:

    Hi I am interested in the Miami to Bahamas trip for two next April 2019. Please advise me as to when the best time would be to book.

    • Kat says:

      Hi Hans, I sent you an email – we’d love to have you out in April next year. We’ve got plenty of room, and are taking bookings now. Give me a call or shoot me an email and we’ll get you on board! kat@sailjuliet.com

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