The luxurious S/Y Palau Siren operates trips throughout the year to one of the most diverse diving destinations in the world. Expect sharks, wrecks and non-stinging jellyfish.
The luxurious 40 metre S/Y Palau Siren is a traditional phinisi boat, custom designed and handcrafted from ironwood and teak. Built by divers for divers, rest assured every need as been thought of and implemented.
The cabins offer flexibility and can be used as twin or double bedded rooms. The dive deck and dining areas are spacious and comfortable and there are designated areas for charging and preparation of camera and video equipment. There are eight large air-conditioned cabins accommodating a maximum of 16 guests; each come with their own audio-visual entertainment system and ensuite bathrooms with hot water. All rooms are lavished with luxury extras. A massage service is also available to make for a truly relaxing liveaboard holiday.
Accompanied by two ten-metre tenders, there are seven and ten night liveaboard cruises departing from and returning to Palau’s capital city, Koror. She sails from the Malakal harbour wrecks to the Ulong Channel, Ngerchong Island, German Channel & Peleliu Island before returning to Koror. During the ten night itineraries she also visits the furthermost island of Angaur and dive sites to the north at Badeldaob Island.
Divers travelling to Palau can expect to see a variety of reef sharks, huge schools of jacks and barracuda, manta and eagle rays, Napoleon wrasse and batfish coupled with many critters and impressive corals. Drift dives are the norm and there are plenty of wrecks to visit, plus of course no trip would be complete without a visit to the famous Jellyfish Lake.
Aqualung diving equipment is provided free of charge and both 12 and 15 litre DIN valve tanks are available. Nitrox is complimentary for qualified divers.
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Dive Palau by liveaboard to truly appreciate this Pacific island gem. The world's first shark sanctuary, Palau dazzles with its wrecks, superb shark encounters and healthy reefs housing every imaginable species of coral.