Micronesia & Pacific - Liveaboards
Choose a scuba diving holiday to Micronesia & the Pacific which offers adventures for those wanting an exploratory and exotic diving holiday. Meet unique and rare marine creatures and dive sites of unsurpassed beauty that will leave memories for a lifetime. Dive holidays in Micronesia are famous for the chance to see World War II wrecks.
Palau, made up of 300 mostly unihabited islands that look like 'mushrooms'. From caves to soft corals, mantas to giant shoals, sharks and 1500 variety of fish. This is a truly special destination.
Truk Lagoon famously has hundreds of World War II japanese wrecks lying in 35m water almost intact. Historically facinating and an excellent twin centre trip with Palau.
Palau Aggressor II - Palau, Micronesia & Pacific
For your diving & liveaboard to Palau - Micronesia & Pacific, Palau Aggressor II is a 106ft aluminum yacht built and powered for comfort, safety and stability.
The Palau Aggressor II docks at the Neco Marine (Malakai) Harbor in Palau.
Nine deluxe staterooms (8 with with double and single berths and 1 with a queen bed and double bed), private toilet and shower, individual climate control, closet and port window.
Air-conditioned salon with entertainment centre with TV/DVD/CD, galley, sun deck with hot tub and deck chairs. Computer with email access. Onboard safety equipment including defibrillator and D.A.N. oxygen system. Photo lab.
Large well designed dive deck with divers own personal dive station with seat and locker. Air/nitrox fills.
Guam (1 night), Aggressor (7 nights), Palau (1 night), Guam (1 night) Sample Itinerary:
|Fri Depart UK for Seoul. Overnight flight.
Sat Connect with flight to Guam.
Sun Arrive Guam early morning and transfer to the Guam Hilton. Evening depart Guam for Koror, Palau. Met on arrival and transferred to the Palau Aggressor. Evening, the crew hosts a welcome party followed by a delicious dinner and briefing, which outlines safety procedures and the week’s schedule.
Mon – Fri After a hearty breakfast, it is time to grab your BCD and gear up for the first dive at signature sites like Ulong Channel and the ship wreck Iro Maru. During a typical week, Aggressor guests dive Palau’s best areas including Blue Corner, German Channel, Drop-off Wall and Siaes Tunnel. Several sites have strong currents, therefore, Palau diving is recommended for minimum intermediate divers. All dives are conveniently made from the speedy dive skiff which comfortably accommodates all passengers. The skiff is safely boarded from the main deck and then lowered into the water by hydraulic cradle. Mid-week, the Aggressor heads south to Peleliu Island, weather permitting, for a WWII land tour and more fabulous diving.
Sat Diving ends before lunch with a last trip to Chandelier Caves. The Paula Aggressor returns to port approximately 2 p.m. The Captain and crew host an evening cocktail party at 18:00hrs. Dinner is not included this evening so the crew will arrange transportation to a local restaurant.
Sun Checkout time is 08:00hrs. Transfer to the Palau Pacific Resort. Late night transfer to the airport for flight to Guam.
Mon Arrive Guam early morning. Transfer to the Guam Hilton for overnight.
Tue Depart Guam for Seoul and connect with flight to the UK arriving late afternoon.
Itinerary may vary due to weather conditions.
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Note. Palau cruising tax US$35, Palau diving tax US$55, Palau airport departure tax US$20 payable locally. A non-refundable deposit of 35% is required at the time of booking. Final balance due 15 weeks prior to departure.
Best Time: December - April.
Average Air temps: 29°C
Average Water temps: 28-29°C
Top Dive Sites: World War II freigher, warships & aircraft including Japanese Wrecks - Iro Maru, Teshio Maru, Bichu Marus Iro and Japanese Zero fighter. Chandlier Cave with staletites & stalegmites. Pelelui Wall, Cut & Expressway.The Blue Corner Wall at Koror Island and Ulong Chanel. Highly recommended is the Jellyfish lake in Rock Islands accessible by rainforest hike inland and only with snorkelling.
Great Reasons to Dive in Palau