Palau Liveaboards

With more than 350 islands, Palau is the most diverse island chain in all of Micronesia. In 2015, Palau established its first national marine reserve, the sixth largest in the world, with a protected area of 499,900 sq. km/193,000 sq. mi. With more than 1,300 species of fish and 800 species of corals and the world-famous Jellyfish Lake, this is an unbeatable, must-see destination for diving enthusiasts

Reviews about Palau Liveaboards

9.61063Palau Sirenhttps://media.divebooker.com/media/images/big/1430829170be8796420129b3e46d828b4df0890754.jpgPalau SirenSiren Fleet, 63 reviews
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Siren trip December 2016

Had a great experience. Two thoughts:
- Would have been good to have shorter dive briefings, or have them on the skiff once conditions were observed on site.
- Was a bit dismayed that the Diver Rescue Device was a "pay extra for it" option. That sends a "safety costs you extra" message to the divers.
- Would have been great to shuffle dive groups (not great always diving with the same people all week).
2016-12-30

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