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LIVEABOARD DIVING IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA

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Papua New Guinea truly belongs to one of the most fascinating liveaboard destinations in the world. A tropical land lost to time, filled with hills and forests, ancient tribes and world class diving! Papua New Guinea counts as one of the few destinations where you can encounter sharks, huge schools of fish, a plethora of macro critters and some of the most pristine and untouched reefs on the planet, all on one dive!


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OUR PAPUA NEW GUINEA LIVEABOARDS

 These boats in Papua New Guinea offer liveaboard diving trips.

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Solomons PNG Master

Solomons PNG Master is a custom designed liveaboard diving vessel with 12 cabins accommodating up to 20 guests and a crew of 12 including your dive team, skipper, boat crew and chefs.

Inside she boasts a huge lounge and dining area with DVDs, large TVs and a dedicated camera area for photographer guests. Spend time sharing your photos from your adventure, reading a book from the library or just hanging out in air conditioned comfort.

Prefer to lounge outside? The Solomon PNG Master provides various options: up top there is a large sun deck complete with loungers where you can catch some sun as the world goes by. On the second deck, there is an expansive covered seating area where you can simply kick back and relax.

The dive deck has toilets, freshwater showers & freshwater rinse bins for equipment. Each station has ample storage for your equipment above and below your station. Two ladders access the dive platform provide easy access to and from the water. Most dives are done directly off the dive deck with a tender in the water for additional safety. Photography facilities are excellent.

Comfortable cabins, all upper deck cabins have private en-suites.

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MV FeBrina

The MV FeBrina liveaboard was purchased by her current owners in 1991.  At the time, she was a fishing and diving charter vessel operating out of Gladstone, Australia. Prior to delivering the boat from Australia to Papua New Guinea, the boat was totally refurbished to cater especially for divers and underwater photographers, with many further upgrades since then.

Today, the 22m MV FeBrina is of liveaboard comfort and convenience. She is a mature, traditional style vessel, built with a steel hull and steel/aluminium superstructure, and is an extremely stable and seaworthy liveaboard. Fitted with all modern navigational and safety equipment, large water and fuel tanks, individual air-conditioning to all areas of the vessel and water level duckboard, MV FeBrina is a perfect platform to explore the waters of Papua New Guinea.

She has three decks in total, the lower deck houses the guest accommodation and engine room, the main deck is being where you will find the saloon and galley, dive deck, dive platform and sun deck. The wheelhouse, laundry and crew quarters are located on the upper deck. MV FeBrina accommodates a maximum of 12 guests in 7 cabins, including 2 smaller single cabins. All have ensuite bathroom facilities and individual airconditioning. This wonderful liveaboard is well set out and catering for serious divers and photographers who want a total PNG dive experience.

MV FeBrina dives the areas of Kimbe Bay, the surrounding waters along the northern coast of New Britain such as Witu Islands to the north west and Fathers Reefs to the east, the Rabaul area and the Southern Coastline of New Britain. For selected departures, MV FeBrina also travels to other dive areas in Papua New Guinea.Our divesites are home to prolific and diverse marine creatures and corals. Each area has it's speciality and as most of our cruises cover at least two and often more destinations, so we can offer many different types of diving in the one voyage.

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