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The Palau Siren was built in 2012 and is handcrafted from ironwood and teak. It was renovated in 2014 with modern amenities without losing that old Phinisi style that it has. Palau is a fascinating place where three of the world’s major currents meet. You will be treated to 1500 different fish species as well as fantastic corals. The lounge areas and sun deck offer the perfect relaxation options between dives. They also have massage options that are available daily.

Our Overall Review

4

Reasons to buy:

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    Divers said they were treated to hundreds of fish species while diving
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    Some divers said that the wreck diving was amazing and they got see WWII wrecks
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    Many people were happy with the sails being hoisted and said it gave them an authentic experience
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    Divers applauded the dive directors on delivering stellar dive experiences with thorough briefs
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    The food was a highlight that captured the flavour of Micronesia

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markSome divers stated that the water is cooler than normal and a 3mm wetsuit is recommended

Where to book:

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Where to book:

Diving on the Palau Siren in Micronesia and Palau 

Palau Siren liveaboard

The Palau Siren is a wooden vessel built by master Sulawesi shipbuilders in Indonesia. The liveaboard combines modern amenities with traditional Palauan interior design which makes this a one of a kind boat. The Palau Siren has a length of 40 meters/ 131 feet and is made for giving the divers superior ease and comfort. The crew are exemplary and always willing to give you a helping hand where need be. While diving you will get to see large sea creatures and various shipwrecks from WWII.

Boat interior of the Palau Siren

8 cabins can accommodate up to 16 divers. All the cabins are air-conditioned and there are three types of cabins to consider. These are all wood trimmed cabins and they come In twin cabins, a double cabin, and twin or double cabin. The cabins are fitted with an audio/visual system, private bathrooms (that has hot showers), reading lights, clothing space, safe, hairdryer, towels, and a cotton bath towel.

You will also find an air-conditioned lounge and cocktail bar that is fitted sofas. There is also a 42-inch flat-screen that is connected to a movie network for hours of entertainment. Many people are pleased with the massage service that is available daily.

Dive decks and activities

There is a large shaded dive deck that provides all divers with their storage lockers. What makes the Palau Siren different from other liveaboards is that you will receive tanks, weights, BCD, regulator, 3mm wetsuit, mask and fins free of charge. In the main lounge, there are fully equipped camera and video stations that are professional quality. You can expect all year round diving that consists of deep diving and drift dives.

Food on the Palau Siren liveaboard

The crew and staff on the Palau Siren believe in giving their guest awesome experiences and the food is no exception. It is diligently prepared by the chef in a 5-star restaurant manner. You will receive three meals a day that consists of breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They are mainly served buffet style and consist of local and international cuisines. Snacks are also presented throughout the day after dive trips and during activities.

Itinerary

The liveaboard will take you all around the beautiful destinations of Micronesia. You will get to see large sea creatures and you can get up close to the congregating pelagic at the cleaning station. You will also be taken to amazing WWII wreck sites alongside a fantastic crew. This is a great liveaboard for a memorable adventure in and out of the water.

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