Philippine Siren Liveaboard in South East Asia

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Free Nitrox

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5.00 out of 5

Philippine Siren Liveaboard in Philippines is a luxury 40 metre liveaboard, built by divers for divers. Thoughtful planning and keen attention to detail have resulted in a vessel much loved by divers and photographers.

Up to 16 guests are comfortably accommodated in eight cabins in either twin or double bed arrangements. Each cabin is equipped with air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, entertainment facilities, lights for reading, safety boxes and hair dryers. The experienced staff offer personalised service to each guest and will work tirelessly to ensure your diving trip is a memorable one.

Enjoy all your meals al fresco in the outdoor dining area, equipped with comfortable bench seating. There is an air-conditioned lounge/bar area and a large sundeck with shading and lounge chairs.

The dive deck is exceptionally spacious, with plenty of storage space for your gear. Basic equipment is included in the price of your trip on Philippine Siren.

For photographers, there are dedicated areas, both indoors and outdoors, for storage, rinsing, preparation, charging and maintenance of your equipment.

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Inclusions: Accommodation, based on 2 sharing, including towels, linen, a/c and en-suite bathroom. Full board basis including 3 meals and snacks, drinking water, soft drinks and fruit juices, tea, coffee and beer. Up to 4 guided dives per day, (3 day dives & 1 optional night dive) weather & itineraries permitting. 12ltr aluminium cylinder, weights, air fills (15ltr available on request). Standard dive equipment incl. surface marker buoy. Nitrox fills – up to 32%. Deck Towels. Beach visits & kayak rental. Local transfers to/from the yacht to/from the local airport.

Exclusions: International and domestic flights. Applicable Port, Park and Tax fees. Alcoholic beverages – wine and spirits are available. Travel and dive insurance (compulsory). Dive computer & torch rental. Nautilus Lifeline Rental – fees will be donated to marine conservation. Internet. Airport departure tax. Crew gratuities.

Mandatory fees: Marine and port fees vary depending on the itinerary of the cruise. Tubbataha USD 120 per person. Dauin to Tubbataha and Tubbataha & Visayas USD 160 per person. Malapascua & Visayas USD 155 per person for the 10 night trip, USD 175 per person for the 12 night trip. Southern Visayas USD 75 per person for the 6 night trip, USD 100 per person for the 7 night trip. Fees to be paid onboard. Mandatory fees are set by the government authorities and are subject to change.

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Boat Amenities

  • Air conditioned lounge
  • Audio & TV
  • Indoor lounge
  • Outdoor dining
  • Shaded diving deck
  • Hot tub
  • Sun deck
  • Air conditioned cabins
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Warm water showers
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Laundry service
  • Hairdryers
  • TV in cabins
  • Free internet
  • Paid internet
  • Satellite phone
  • Massage
  • Kayaks
  • Library

Food & Drink

  • Local food
  • Western food
  • Vegetarian options
  • Snacks all day
  • Beer available
  • Wine selection
  • Spirits/cocktails available
  • Free wine w/dinner
  • Buffet
  • Semi a la carte
  • A la carte

Diving

  • Nitrox available
  • Diving courses
  • DIN adaptors
  • Camera room/station
  • Charging stations
  • Camera rinse tank
  • Non-diver friendly
  • Rebreather support

Rental Gear

  • BCD
  • Regulator
  • Wetsuit
  • Dive Computer
  • Mask & Snorkel
  • Fins

Rental gear is available on this liveaboard and is payable onboard. You will need to pre-book rental gear if required. We will collect information on your rental gear requirements once your trip is confirmed.
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Boat Safety Features & Communication

  • Crew trained in first aid
  • Fire alarms
  • Fire extinguishers
  • First aid kit
  • Oxygen
  • Life jackets
  • EPIRB distress system
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • Satellite & mobile phones
  • GPS
  • Depth sounder
  • Life rafts
  • Radar
  • Fishfinder
  • Emergency flares
  • Bilge pump alarm
  • Search light

Cabins

  • Premium Class

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Boat Specifications

  • Length: 40 metres
  • Beam: 9.7 metres
  • Maximum speed: 10 knots
  • Cruising speed: 8 knots
  • Engine: Marine Nissan RH-10 Mitsubishi 6d-22
  • Generators: 3 Yanmar 65 KWA
  • Maximum guests: 16
  • Number of cabins: 8
  • Number of bathrooms: 10
  • Tenders: 2 x Dive tenders with ladders
  • Water capacity: 16,000 litres
  • Watermaker: 5,000 litres per day

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1 review for Philippine Siren

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dan Pope

    To start, my booking experience was very efficient and provided all the information I needed to ensure I clearly understood what to expect from the Philippines Siren trip. Once on board the Philippines Siren I found the boat to be well maintained and very clean. The deck, common areas and cabins are in excellent condition and the daily cleaning was impressively detailed. My cabin was cleaned every day and every morning while I drank my coffee I watched in amazement as the deck hands would use kitchen scrubbing pads with soapy water to clean around the rope bolt anchors, railings, poles, etc. I was very impressed.

    I found the boat safety / emergency briefings and actual drills to be the most thorough of the 10 live-aboard trips I’ve been on. They not only take you through an abandon ship drill but, they go through all the supplies that would be on the life boats as well.

    The dive briefing were also outstanding. They were also very thorough providing all the information regarding entry, depth, currents, direction, and what type of fish and other critters (with photos during the briefings) we could expect to see. They also did a great job at getting to know what specific divers were really interested in seeing so they would emphasize those during the briefings.

    The diving experience was also very good. They use two dinghies and broke the divers into three small groups of six divers. This is very important to me so the dive guide can spend time to help the divers find what they are looking for which makes for a much more satisfying dive experience. We had some divers really interested in small critters which the dive guides did a great job at finding for them.

    The dives were a great mix of small critters, big critters, muck, hard corals, soft corals, no currents, slight currents (nothing heavy), with some good and bad visibility. I really enjoyed seeing the Thrasher Sharks, Whale Sharks, Turtles, Frog Fish, Scorpion Fish, Devil Fish, Barracudas, Cuddle Fish, Squids, various schools of fish and just the overall quality of the hard & soft corals.

    Lastly, I found the crew to be absolutely fantastic!! Everyone seemed to work well together helping to take care of the guests pre & post dives, preparing food or cleaning, they all had great attitudes and were just a lot of fun to be with.

    Overall, it was an excellent diving experience which matched-up pretty well with what they advertise and the booking agent communicated to me. It was not my best live aboard experience but, I really appreciated how well the advertising accurately described the actual diving experience so I knew what to expect.

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