S/Y Palau Siren was constructed, like her sister ships, by the Worldwide Dive and Sail's team of master yacht builders in Sulawesi, Indonesia. All the small touches and comfort of our Siren Fleet liveaboard yachts have been included, coupled with new design features and interior decoration to reflect the style of the Palauans.
The 40 metre S/Y Palau Siren luxury liveaboard launched in July 2012 to offer year-round diving trips in Palau. Built with the same specifications as her sister yachts, the S/Y Philippine Siren and the S/Y Indo Siren, the cabins are either fixed double or twin bed, however we offer flexibility with 2 cabins which can be converted from twin to double to suit the needs of our guests. The dining area is very spacious offering a great setting for all your meals. The dive deck is perhaps the most spacious and comfortable you would have experienced. Designated areas for charging and preparation of your camera and video equipment, the S/Y Palau Siren, as all Siren Fleet liveaboard yachts, truly sets out to be the pros choice for underwater photography and videography.
Built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, she is a traditional "gaft rigged Phinisi" handcrafted from ironwood and teak. You will find no other dive liveaboard as beautiful in the waters of Micronesia, and being that she was built by divers for divers you can rest assured every need has been thought of for the modern diver.
Aboard the S/Y Palau Siren we welcome up to 16 guests ensuring abundant space for all divers. Our crew of 12 is on hand throughout the trip to ensure you are well looked after.
Blue Corner - best for schooling reef sharks and inquisitive Napoleon Wrasse New Drop Off - Reef wall and coral garden best for schooling reef sharks and turtles Ulong Channel - Best of schooling reef sharks German Channel - Best for sightings of manta rays Peleliu - best for snapper congregations and the chance to see some mating action Ulong Island - best for Bumphead Parrot fish congreagations. Malakal Harbour- best for wreck diving. There are several Japanese cargo vessels laying in the bay as well as the interesting formations of Chandelier Cave. Sams Wall - a superb macro spot. Best for mating mandarin fish