SY Palau Siren Liveaboard Review

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SY Palau Siren dive boat review

The SY Palau Siren liveaboard is a beautiful, characterful and inspiring way to see the stunning waters of Palau, Micronesia.

Siren Fleet own 4 yachts which specialise in luxury liveaboard voyages around the Philippines, Indonesia, Fiji and, in this instance, Palau.

Claimed to be built by divers for divers Palau Siren is ideal for the task in hand. And, it’s hard to argue against that claim. Built on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, she is 40m long. This is a substantially sized gaft-rigged Phinisi. A luxurious, traditional, ironwood and teak vessel. Her main competitor in the region would be MV Tropic Dancer. She is stable and spacious; perfect for these conditions.

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It never feel crowded onboard as, despite the ample size of the Palau Siren diving boat, the maximum number of divers or guests onboard is a total of 16.

 

Cabins and Boat Layout

There are 8 individually controlled, air-conditioned cabins onboard Palau Siren Liveaboard. They’re tastefully furnished for your comfort. Every cabin has ample storage space and it’s own entertainment system together with reading lights.
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Venturing outside your cabin you’ll find the Palau Siren equally welcoming. There is a welcoming and comfortable lounge area with 42inch TV. And, also, an extensive library of films, books and entertainment to help you relax in between dives.

Meals are buffet style and of very good quality. And outside there is a shaded dining area for meals where you can enjoy the fine cuisine while taking in the amazing ocean views. However, in the unlikely event you become hungry, snacks are available throughout the day.

 

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SY Palau Siren Cabin

There is a devoted sun deck for Sun-worshippers. Here you’ll find yourself able to take advantage of one of the eight loungers available. Still struggling to relax? There is a massage service available onboard. Or, while the vessel is at rest, why not take out a kayak and explore?

 

Scuba Diving onboard Palau Siren

As you would anticipate at this level, the diving facilities are excellent. There is a dedicated dive station for each diver. Basic scuba equipment, including an SMB, is provided within the cost. A valuable asset; Nautilus Lifelines are employed by the Siren Fleet.

 

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Micronesia Itineraries

The Palau Islands voyage is typically 8 days/7 nights. Although longer itineraries are available. The Palau diving is stunning and you may possibly see manta rays and reef sharks. Jelly fish lake, Blue Corner, German Channel are just some of the famous sites visited. Diving can be challenging but the marine life here is stunning.

Expect to budget approximately EUR3,100 for the 7 night trip. This equates to 386/day. However, please note that this does not include some extras such as marine park fees, alcohol and further training undertaken onboard. Please contact us for further details.

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Palau is within the coral triangle and is one of the “Seven Underseas Wonders of the World".

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One Liveaboard feedback for “SY Palau Siren

  1. Palau Siren – Free beer doesn’t not make up for bad service and terrible experience with this company. I have been to Palau four times before (each time on a liveaboard) and regret booking with this one. The diving here is fantastic and should not be missed just do yourself a favor and not use this one. Not set up properly for photographers, dive briefings are not comprehensive and safety seems a minor priority.

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