Unfortunately, the stay doesn't entail Sir David Attenborough live-narrating your journey, but it's still pretty damn cool. The lucky winners will be flown to the Bahamas to join an active research trip aboard the Alucia -- a 56-meter research rig complete with a helipad and a couple submersibles -- and even get to explore far below the surface inside one of those mini submarines.
In terms of accommodations, you'll be sleeping in a cozy private state room with two beds and a couple big windows, but make no mistake: this is a far cry from a Carnival cruise. Your host will be one of the BPII producers, and you'll be sharing meals with the onboard team of researchers and scientists while also getting to observing and discuss their work.
As for the submersible tour, you'll get to explore the deep waters off of Cape Eleuthera, which is considered one of the most biologically diverse areas of the Atlantic, where you're sure to see some wild and crazy creatures you've only watched on screen before.