Dive the Philippines by luxury liveaboard and experience a wider variety of dive sites and destinations. The S/Y Philippine Siren has been built by divers for divers and every thought has gone into making her a yacht aboard which divers will be comfortable. Relax in the convenience of a highly experienced crew who work tirelessly to ensure your diving vacation is second to none.
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 launched in 2009. With even more space provided for our guests, the cabins are either fixed double or twin bed, however we offer flexibility with 2 cabins which can be converted from twin to double. There are also 2 triple bed cabins which may be used for full charter and family diving trips to suit the needs of our guests. The outdoor dining area offers a superb setting for all your meals and the dive deck is likely one of the most spacious you will have come across, excepting other Siren Fleet yachts! Since her launch in 2009 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.
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 Philippine Sea. Built by divers for divers the S/YPhilippine Siren is a modern and spacious diving liveaboard.
Aboard the S/Y Philippine Siren we welcome 16 guests on each trip but can accommodate up to 18 for full charter or family specials. This ensures abundant space for all divers.
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Worldwide Dive and Sail considers the safety of our guests and crew the preeminent issue aboard our yachts. The S/Y Philippine Siren liveaboard has been designed and constructed based upon Lloyds Standards, the leading international body of maritime safety standards. She is equipped with the latest safety features including Automated Life Rafts, Life Jackets, Fire Extinguishers, Smoke Alarms, Emergency Long Distance Radio, Satellite Phones and EPIRB.
Each crew member of the S/Y Philippine Siren has received extensive training in all aspects of safety, emergency management and evacuation procedures. Our crew keep their skills fresh and up to date with regular practice drills. The dive team are all emergency medical responders and on board you will find a fully stocked medical box for treating minor ailments and injuries, along with a full supply of medical grade oxygen and DAN Oxygen provider kits.
Upon boarding, guests will be requested to try out life jackets and briefed on emergency procedures by our cruise director. We also offer the optional use of the Nautilus Lifeline, which can be used by divers to contact the yacht in the unlikely event they surface separated from their group.
All guests should ensure they have adequate dive and travel insurance from a reputable supplier such as DAN, PADI or Indepth. Aboard the S/YPhilippine Siren you can be confident in our ability to provide care and safety of the highest standards.
We have four diving itineraries that take you to the best dive sites on offer at the optimum time of year
Year Round, during the tour we dive the islands of Cebu, Cabilao, Panglao, Balicasag and Pescador as well as Apo Island and DauinDiving highlights : Pygmy seahorses and pipefish at "Lighthouse" - Cabilao, Pescador Island's sardine schools, Turtles and schooling jacks at Black Forest - Balicasag, muck diving at "The Cars" - Dauin.
March - May, diving trips to Sogod Bay, Leyte Diving highlights : Sweetlips, groupers and snappers at "Maureen's Place" - Padre Burgos, Seahorses and frogfish under "The Pier" - Padre Burgos, stunning corals and a plethora of nudibranchs at "Napantaw Reef", whale shark spotting at "Gunter's Wall" - Limasawa
November - February, trips start in either Coron and culminate in Batangas or vice versa.Diving highlights : Japanses WWII wreck the "Arkitsushima" - Coron Bay, Steep reef walls and fish schools at "Bahura 29" - Apo Menor, Superb drift diving at "Drop Off" -Verde Island, macro critters galore at "Secret Garden" - Anilao
March - June, departing from and returning to Puerto Princessa or depart from either Cebu or Puerto PrincessaDiving highlights : Big fish schools, reef sharks, sting rays and turtles can be seen around the small atolls that make up the Tubbatha National Park. We dive "Delsan Wreck" - South Atoll, "Washing Machine" - North Atoll, "Lighthouse" - South Atoll, "Seafan Alley" - North Atoll