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The 40 metre S/Y Philippine Siren luxury diving liveaboard was designed and built using the lessons learnt from our first yacht the S/Y Siren and has been modified to better suit the growing needs of our guests. The 8 cabins are all situated forward of the engine room with 2 fixed double bed cabins located at the bow and 6 twin bed cabins throughout the remaining lower deck quarters, however we offer flexibility with 2 cabins which can be converted from twin to double should guests require (cabins 5 & 6).
The outdoor dining area offers a superb setting for all your meals, with comfortable bench seating set in a semi-circular shape. The dive deck is likely one of the most spacious you will have come across, excepting other Siren Fleet yachts!
We have improved facilities for underwater photographers and videographers, providing both indoor and outdoor designated areas for charging and preparation of your camera and video equipment. Large rinse tanks on the dive deck and a well trained crew!
Built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, she is a traditional “gaft rigged Phinisi” handcrafted from ironwood and teak. Built by divers for divers the S/Y Philippine Siren is a modern and spacious diving liveaboard.
Aboard the S/Y Philippine Siren we welcome 16 guests on each trip to ensure abundant space for all divers.
Open Water Diver or equal rating
Open Water Diver, or equal rating
Renewed Assistant Instructor/Instructor within 12 months or completed IDC Staff or Open Water Scuba Instructor within past 12 months
The accomodations, crew, and food were abulous. The boat and crew meet every need of photographers and divers. You made my first trip to the Pacific fabulous. Had a little trouble recognizing di...
This was my first (but certainly not last) liveaboard experience. The crew of the Philippine Siren are top row, attending to our every need getting in the water, underwater, and all things topside....
Everything amazing ! Not a single thing to complain about !!
I loved every dive sites and the diversity of them. I especially appreciated the muck dive sites
I am very grateful for the divemasters ...
Dives need to start earlier in the morning! Breakfast and lunch were only 31/2 hours apart. Dinners were at 8:00 pm which is too late for digestion! Snacks were not good, Cheetos and popcorn. Food...
Great crew. Nice service. It would be nice if u keep the toilet paper dry.