Diving in the Coral Triangle and near the isles of the Komodo dragons
|Ship design:||Phinisi two-master made from teak and iron wood|
|Electricity:||220/110 Volt (European sockets, no adapter necessary)|
|Language(s) spoken aboard :||Englisch|
|Services included:||all meals, non-alcoholic beverages and local beer|
|Region:||Raja Ampat, Komodo, etc.|
|Diving:||well-organised diving deck with storage space for each passenger, impeccable service and experienced guides. Nitrox for free!|
The ships of the Siren fleet have been enjoying an excellent reputation for many years now amongst divers. The 40-meter sailing ship was constructed according to traditional Phinisi schooner designs and with noble woods. Due to its well-wrought layout and its focus on the needs of divers it is one of our most popular liveaboards.
A maximum of 16 divers find accommodation in eight double cabins with lovingly decorated wooden details and portholes. Cabins 1 and 2 have a queen-sized bed, are located towards the bow and are a little smaller than the others. The cabins 3 to 8 are quite spacious and have either twin or queen-sized beds. Guests have individual bathrooms with hair dryers and enjoy an entertainment system with 19-inch flatscreen monitors in every cabin. Those who limited their luggage to a frugal amount of clothing will enjoy the inexpensive laundry service aboard.
The air-conditioned lounge provides every passenger with drawers for personal belongings. Videographers and photographers are fond of two camera tables and charging stations. Two seating areas allow you to read a book or watch TV.
All meals (two breakfasts including a snack before the first dive and a buffet-style breakfast after the first dive) are served in buffet-style at the rear of the ship in the shaded outdoor lounge area. The chef loves to announce his creations himself in an entertaining fashion and outdoes himself again and again with culinary variety. Between dives, a small snack is offered.
Two dinghies transport divers to their dive sites that are accessed via a small platform – the crew will assist you in entering the dinghies and helps you transport your equipment. After every dive, the crew will rinse your wetsuit and lay it out ready for your next dive. If you want to relax, enjoy the spacious sun deck – if there is only little wind and upon request the crew will put up the awning for you to shade the area. A massage service is provided as well (extra fee).