Micronesia: 10 liveaboards available for upcoming departures
Thorfinn Liveaboard in Truk is one of the world’s best equipped. Vessel with 58 metres has been cruising and exploring the Micronesian waters since 1982. Based in Truk Lagoon, diving is offered seven days per week, with up to five dives per day on five different sites, giving guests the opportunity to dive 30+ wrecks during a one-week visit. Technical and rebreather divers are very well catered to, with a crew accustomed to their various needs.
Rock Islands Aggressor
Rock Islands Aggressor Liveaboard in Palau is a comfort and style aboard the luxurious 32m vessel, part of the world-renowned Aggressor Fleet. She accommodates a maximum of 18 guests in 9 en-suite staterooms with individual climate control. Amenities include a beautiful and spacious indoor lounge, large sun deck with shading, chaises longues, deck chairs, bar, grill, Nitrox, camera table, charging station and a complete digital photo/video editing centre. All dives are done from the custom-built, high-speed outboard skiff.
Palau Aggressor II
Palau Aggressor II Liveaboard is a comfort and style aboard the luxurious 32m vessel, part of the world-renowned Aggressor Fleet. She accommodates a maximum of 18 guests in 9 en-suite staterooms with individual climate control. Amenities include a beautiful and spacious indoor lounge, large sun deck with shading, chaises longues, deck chairs, bar, grill, Nitrox, camera table, charging station and a complete digital photo/video editing centre. All dives are done from the custom-built, high-speed outboard skiff.
MV Oceania in Papua New Guinea is a 27m catamaran liveaboard new for 2019 with accommodation for 16 guests in twin and double cabins. All cabins are above deck with natural light, climate control and have en suite bathrooms. There is a dining area, the upper deck has seating with shade, and the mid-level has an outside relaxation area. The dive deck has a camera table, storage areas and nitrox plus a zodiac for easy drop-offs and pickups.
Palau Siren Liveaboard is a 40 metre luxury sailing yacht that was launched in 2012. The eight cabins can be set up as either double or twin bed and can accommodate up to 16 guests on board for each trip. The dining area is very spacious, offering an excellent setting for freshly prepared meals onboard. A separate indoor lounge has an entertainment system. The dive deck is large and comfortable and photographers have a dedicated workspace and charging stations.
Truk Master Liveaboard is part of the highly regarded Master Liveaboards fleet, is the latest liveaboard to ply the waters of the wreck diving capital of the world. Built of steel, she is 37 metres long and underwent a full refit in 2016. With all the latest technical diving facilities and equipment on board, she offers 7 or 10 night trips to Truk Lagoon for up to 16 divers and 10 to 14 night trips to Bikini Atoll for up to 11 divers.
Ocean Hunter III
Ocean Hunter III Liveaboard in Palau is a 29m steel vessel, is the latest and most luxurious addition to the Ocean Hunter fleet. She was designed by divers for divers and represents 25 years of knowledge and experience in the liveaboard industry in Palau. She accommodates 16 guests in 8 air-conditioned, en-suite cabins. As such, you can expect personalised attention along with plenty of space. Professional underwater photographers and videographers are very well catered to. Nitrox is available, as well as Trimix and rebreather support.
Solitude One Liveaboard in Palau & Philippines is a rebuilt 52 metre steel-hulled vessel. She was redesigned to provide a purpose built, smart and functional liveaboard offering luxury for the divers on board. She has the latest onboard safety and technology features. The crew provide a high level of service and care during your trip. With many different cabin designs, the 22 divers accommodated on a trip can choose from 10 cabins.
Solomons PNG Master
Solomons PNG Master Liveaboard (formerly known as Taka) in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea is a custom designed, 30m-long steel diving vessel. She is one of the newest members of the highly regarded Master Liveaboards fleet. Built in 2004, she accommodates up to 20 guests in 12 cabins. She has a huge lounge and dining area with large TVs, DVD player and a dedicated camera area. This is the perfect place to share photos, read a book or simply relax in air-conditioned comfort.
Discovery Adventure Liveaboard in Palau & Philippines is the sister ship of Discovery Palawan with both vessels operated by the professional diving team of the Discovery Fleet. She was built in Fiji in 1987 to American Bureau Standards. Up to 30 diving guests can be accommodated in the en-suite, air conditioned cabins. The cabins are on the lower and main deck. Guests can relax in the air conditioned salon which is also the camera room. There is a shaded dining deck and a sun deck.