Ocean Hunter Liveaboards

Name
Reservations
Location:
P.O. Box 142,
Koror, PW, Palau
Contact:
(680) 488-2637
Fax:
(680) 488-5418
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

Ocean Hunter Liveaboards

Maximizing your dives - the Ocean Hunter crew will bring you to the right dive site at the right moment. There is great flexibility aboard Ocean Hunter II due to the smaller number of divers compared to the big liveaboards. Diving off the Ocean Hunter fleet means you get personal attention, reefs without a crowd, easy entry into the water and a maximum bottom time! Instead of waiting for 20 other divers to surface or have them wait for you, you and your buddy can stay underwater as long as you like, without any pressure.

After giving you a briefing a divemaster will enter the water with you on every dive to guide, guard and assist.

Night dives are offered every night.

Level of diving experience - we welcome all levels of divers, from experienced to beginner. Another great advantage of diving from the Ocean Hunter is that we dive mostly from the main boat. Because of its size and shallow draft, the Ocean Hunter will usually take you directly above the dive site so you can jump off the main boat from a comfortable dive platform. Some sites visited are even inaccessible by day boats and bigger liveaboards. When your dive is over, you can climb back onboard and take a warm, freshwater shower right on the dive deck before being offered a delicious snack such as cake or a fresh fruit smoothie. Where you live and where you dive is only a jump away.

Boat Description:

Ocean Hunter I is a 60ft/19m steel motorsailer exclusively designed for up to 6 divers or guests: very comfortable, stable and user friendly.

Ocean Hunter III is a 95ft/31m former research vessel designed to a high specification for up to 16 divers to travel the waters of Palau and the Western Pacific. Special trips to the SW Islands of Palau and the Outer Islands of Yap.

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Name
Reservations
Location:
P.O. Box 142,
Koror, PW, Palau
Contact:
(680) 488-2637
Fax:
(680) 488-5418
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

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