The Palau Siren, and your home during your Palau dive trip, was initially built by Worldwide Dive and Sail on the island of Sulawesi and is now managed by Master Liveaboards.
Designed to consider everything a diver and underwater photographer could wish for, she offers flexible cabin arrangements, a generous outdoor diving area, and one of the most spacious dive decks. The vessel is beautifully crafted from ironwood and teak and is undoubtedly one of the more visually stunning liveaboards in the area. Ask the captain nicely to raise the sails.
Safety is a preeminent issue onboard, and the vessel has all the necessary equipment to care for you. Personal GPS devices for divers are available, and the crew is regularly updated with the latest emergency procedures. Workstations are inside and out for your equipment, and the diving is done from one of two comfortable tenders.
Welcoming a maximum of 16 guests per cruise ensures ample space to relax. The eight comfortable, double occupancy cabins offer a choice of double or twin beds. The Palau Siren has four fixed twin cabins and two flexible twins, which can be converted to double beds.
All cabins are equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning units and offer plenty of storage space and en-suite bathrooms with hot water. For added luxury, bathrobes and towels are provided. The Palau Siren has two fixed double-bed cabins located at the bow, which are both similarly well-appointed.
Eating on the Palau Siren is exemplary. Usually served buffet style on deck with a panoramic view of the surroundings, meals can also be catered for in the luxurious saloon and ala carte for those on adapted diets.
The chef’s talents in baking and desserts may have you going home a few kilos heavier. Infinite Blue works with the Palau Siren to ensure your plant-based meals are wholly catered for; just let us know if you have any extra special dietary requirements.
Departing from Koror, the Palau Siren will usually visit some of the wrecks around Malakal Harbour before cruising to Ulong Channel and the Rock Islands for some speedy drift dives and stunning underwater topography. You will then head South via Ngemelis Island and the German Channel to Peleliu Island for some more exhilarating dives with lots of pelagic action.
During some itineraries, you may also visit Angaur (Ngeaur Island) to the south of Peleliu and dive sites to the north of Koror around Badeldaob Island. Many of the channels have strong currents, and reef hooks are an essential piece of diving equipment; however, diving here is suitable for all levels of experience.
Embarkation at 18:00.
Up to 4 dives a day, scheduled as follows:
Up to 3 dives.
Disembarkation no later than 10:00.
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