Philippines: 12 liveaboards available for upcoming departures
All Star Stella Maris
All Star Stella Maris in Philippines is a 31-metre vessel offering cruises to the Philippines for up to 20 guests in her ten cabins. The cabins have a range of setups over the three decks all with ensuite bathrooms and climate control. The indoor lounge area has comfortable sofas, a full entertainment system and library. There are two sundecks and bar areas. The dive deck is spacious and well organised, with personal gear storage and four freshwater showers. Diving is from the tenders.
Azalea Liveaboard in Philippines is a 21m vessel newly built in 2018 offering cruises around the Philippines. She accommodates only ten guests in her twin and master cabins, all with en suite facilities and climate control. There is an indoor dining and relaxation area and meals are freshly prepared on board. A sundeck is an ideal place to relax and take in the views. The spacious dive deck has plenty of equipment storage room plus an additional bathroom, and a tender is available.
Atlantis Azores Liveaboard in Philippines is a luxurious cruise. She is 32 metres long and comfortably accommodates up to 16 guests in 8 air-conditioned, en-suite staterooms. Delicious meals are served on board with snacks and drinks available all day, including complimentary alcoholic beverages. Amenities include a full bar, hot tub and warm freshwater showers on deck. Trips include up to 5 dives per day. Nitrox is available.
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.
Dolphin Liveaboard in Philippines is a 28m liveaboard with nine cabins to accommodate 18 guests on board. The cabins are a mix of twin and double bed with en suite bathrooms. Social areas include the indoor saloon, dining area and bar, and an outdoor saloon and sundeck. The dive area is well organised with rinse showers, storage space and nitrox available. Enjoy up to 5 dives a day on board from the two tenders, including night dives.
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.
Flying Dolphin III
Flying Dolphin III Liveaboard in Philippines is an 18m Catamaran completely renovated in 2017 that accommodates eight guests in comfort in her four cabins. On the deck, there is a relaxation area and a sun deck along with two trapezes. Meals are freshly prepared by the chef on board and consist of local and international cuisine. At the back of the boat is a bench seat for easy donning of equipment and a dive platform to enter the water.
Seadoors Liveaboard in Philippines is a 25m purpose-built diving liveaboard for 16 guests. There are eight cabins two of which are deluxe. All have en-suite bathrooms and windows with climate control. There is an indoor saloon area with entertainment system and comfortable seating. The sun deck has loungers, and a front lounge area is shaded. The outdoor dining area has protection from the sun and a bar. The dive deck has individual storage areas, nitrox and tec divers can be accommodated.
Infiniti Liveaboard in Philippines is a 39m steel dive vessel with four decks and unrestricted navigation in open sea, meaning she is very stable. She can take up to 22 guests on board in her 11 spacious cabins located on the lower, main and upper decks. There are many areas to relax between dives with a choice of both indoor and outdoor lounges, sundeck and separate dining area. The dive deck is spacious with personal set up areas and nitrox is free of charge.
Discovery Palawan Liveaboard in Philippines was converted to a dive vessel in 2006 when she moved to the Philippines and underwent a large renovation to update all her features. The 49 metre vessel has 20 cabins and can accommodate up to 40 guests. She offers tours in the Philippines to Tubattaha and Apo Reef/Coron. Each cabin has en-suite facilities and there is plenty of space to rest and relax between dives in the salon, dining area, sun and shaded decks.