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Live-Aboard: Palau Siren
Copious shark encounters with blacktips and other exciting predators in Palau.
Five Reasons to Dive Palau Aboard Palau Siren
1: Dawn Patrol
Palau’s best sites are scattered along a vast archipelago that day boats out of Korror reach in 30 to 45 minutes. Siren guests get there in a fraction of that time and are usually the first divers on the best sites each morning.
2. Prime Conditions
The Sirens’s moveable underwater feast makes the most of weather and tides, ensuring the best conditions for the signature dive sites.
Palau’s bevy of world-class dive sites run the gamut from shallow coral gardens to plunging walls, caverns with wild features, current-swept channels and much more.
In March 1944, the U.S. Navy’s Operation Desecrate One sank 36 ships around Palau. Some of the best wreck dives include Bichu, Maru, Iro, Chuyo Maru and Jake Seaplane.
5. Pure Fantasy
One lazy gaze at the stunning 360-degree view of the gorgeous Rock Islands from a lounge on the Siren’s sun deck beneath the tall masts, and you’ll be asking for an employment application.
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