Narobla – ProWin ProNature Explorer Liveaboard

Narobla – ProWin ProNature Explorer Liveaboard

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  • NitroxNo
  • Wi-FiNo
  • Equipment RentalSurcharge
  • Group 6Created with Sketch.
    Tech Diving FriendlyNo
  • Fleet nameScuba Azores
  • Length18.8
  • Width4.8
  • Capacity8
  • MaterialWood

Narobla ProWin ProNature Explorer a luxury motor yacht offers to discover the most amazing destinations of the central archipelago of the Azores. Diving will be in small groups of eight divers. Each evening boat’s passengers will have an opportunity to have a dinner in one of the locals restaurants. The main attraction of traveling on board of Narobla is a chance to explore gorgeous underwater worlds of Azores with its inhabitants dolphins, sharks, turtles, mobulas and even whales. 


Boat interior and exterior 


Narobla is a small liveaboard that has only three cabins for eight guests. One stateroom equipped with triple beds, a standard cabin has twin beds and the master cabin suits for double occupancy. All cabins except master stateroom shares bathroom. There is a big dining area with tv and stereo, a flying bridge with a seating area and a kitchen. 


Diving 


Narobla ProWin ProNature Explorer equipped with all necessary facilities for comfortable diving. Almost all dives are made from the dive deck. There is a possibility to rent gear items including equipment for snorkeling if you traveling with non-diver. 


Diving features (itineraries) 


Itineraries of Narobla include all the best of Azores. Often turtles and dolphins can be spotted, with a little luck you can meet ocean sunfish. Boat’s crew is always ready to put the tender in the water, to snorkel with the animals. However, observing whales is only possible from the boat. During the traveling, you will also dive at Pedra do Sousa, the area of the blue sharks. One of the dive spots for your trip will be Princess Alice Bank, the most famous diving site in the Atlantic Ocean where you can meet mobulas. 


When to go 


Best time to dive at Azores is in Summer, from June through October. The average air temperature at this time of the year is 28C/82F. Whale watch season runs from April to May. 


Narobla ProWin ProNature Explorer is the best way to explore Azores underwater world

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Select the cabin of your choice and enter your personal information. Submit the booking request. Once the booking is processed, you will receive an email notification with all booking details conveniently laid out in PDF.

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Our team will contact the liveaboard on your behalf to confirm availability and other booking details. We put your place(s) on hold and get back to you within 24 hours. If there are any issues, we come back to you with alternative options.

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Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email notification with payment instructions. You then have up to 72 hours to take care of other travel arrangements and process the transaction to secure your reservation.

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CabinsView deck plan

Simple Triple Cabin

Deck
Lower Deck
Bedding
3 Twin Beds
Max occupancy
3 Guests
Number of Cabins
1 Cabin
Simple triple-cabin with shared bathroom
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Standard Twin Cabin

Deck
Lower Deck
Bedding
Twin Beds
Max occupancy
2 Guests
Number of Cabins
1 Cabin
Standard twin cabin with shared bathroom
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Master Cabin

Deck
Lower Deck
Bedding
Double Bed
Max occupancy
2 Guests
Ensuite Bathroom
Ensuite Bathroom
Number of Cabins
1 Cabin
Master cabin with a double bed and private bathroom
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6.5

Diving in AzoresVerified review

The diving in the Azores is ok altough not as spectacular as expected. The two good dive sites are a bit special because you have to dive it on a line. This can cause ear problems, when it it is choppy. The other dive sites are rader boring and there is not much to see. The weather is a really big factor and it can change in minutes. This makes it for the crew impossible to plan more then a day. The crew is really friendly and they give their best to help and adapt. However, I wouldn‘t book this trip again.
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