The SY Fiji Siren - the youngest member of the Siren Fleet was launched in 2013. The boat was designed according to all divers requirements, especially underwater photographers. She has an indoor and outdoor workstations, numerous charging points.
The Fiji Siren liveaboard can accommodate 16 guests on board. Because of the small capacity, the crew can provide you with personal care. There are 8 cabins that can be converted from twin to double. All the rooms have air conditioning and private facilities. The rooms also have hair dryers, personal entertainment systems, and safes for personal belongings. The crew cares about the comfort of every passenger on the Fiji Siren. You can relax on the boat in an air-conditioned lounge with a cocktail bar after a day full of diving adventures. Meals are served in the open-air dining area. Guests on the Fiji Siren can use the boat’s sun decks. One of them has shade, and the other is open to the sun.
The dive deck of the Fiji Siren has enough space for every diver on board to be comfortable. It has places to store and maintain diving gear. The boat also has several charging points for cameras and separate tanks for rinsing after diving.
Safety is a major focus of the Fiji Siren. The highly experienced crew members are trained to manage emergency situations, and the boat has all the necessary equipment to ensure safety during the safari. There is a fully stocked medical box, DAN oxygen provider kits, automated external defibrillators, automated life rafts, life jackets, fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, emergency long-distance radios, satellite phones, and EPIRBs.
Made for Photographers
The Fiji Siren has special facilities for photographers including indoor and outdoor camera stations, where divers can prepare or maintain cameras and other equipment. There are large storage drawers and separate rinsing tanks as well. You also have a chance to get advice from famous photographers that often taking part in diving cruises.
The Fiji Siren’s itineraries include all the most attractive dive spots in Fiji. Divers can choose a 7-day or 10-day safari. During the trip, you will get a chance to dive at Wakaya and Namena Marine Reserve. These dive sites have a wonderful variety of colorful fish and corals, and provide good opportunities for drift diving and seeing tuna, barracudas, manta rays, and hammerhead sharks.
When to Go
You can dive with the Fiji Siren year round. The visibility is best from May to October. The wet season is between December and March, and the average water temperature is about 30°C/86°F. From April to November the water can be colder, around 24°C/75°F.
The Fiji Siren is a perfect combination of comfort, experience, and a great diving adventure, a great choice for your holiday