Here is my May trip report for further reference:
I had booked myself on the Aqua Cat for a May 2020 trip, which was cancelled, and All Star Liveaboards was great to work with on the reschedule. I just had them put me out one year, they honored the price I paid and kept me posted via email about the travel details, changes and requirements as...
I use a GoPro, so not much to say on the photography end. My dive buddy most of the week had a serious setup, and he got a good mix of subjects, as well as styles throughout the week. You should dive wrecks, reefs, walls, drifts and sea grass/sand areas during the week.
I loved the trip- the boat and crew are fantastic, and the Bahamas are beautiful. Some of the dive sites were a little beat up, and there was significant algae and coral die off, but overall it was a good mix of diving.
You will definitely see sharks (Nurse and Caribbean Reef) and they are not shy at all. You should also see stingrays, a variety of fish, lobster, crabs and plenty of Macro subjects as well. Hopefully you will get lucky on turtles, I have heard they are less prevalent in the winter due to colder water temps. We saw a good amount of loggerhead, green and hawksbill on our trip. On night dives, we got octopus, giant crabs, and some bioluminescent stuff as well.
Let me know of any questions, would be glad to help.