The Philippine Siren covers just about any region of the country that is worth diving, from south Visayas to Tubbataha, southern Leyte and beyond. The largest of the Siren Fleet she is nice and spacious with large en suite cabins, on board expect extra comfy beds surrounded by traditional teak wood interiors. The dining area is located to the rear and offers idyllic settings for meal times where you’ll get great views of the neighboring islands that scatter the skyline. Sleeping 16 guests between 8 cabins each has its own personal computer, audio visual entertainment system and lavished luxuries such as bath robes and individually controlled mood lighting.
The Philippines Siren also features a spacious dive deck, 2 zodiac RIBS and a massage service. Her cruise schedule is extensive.
7 nights on the Philippines Siren with internal transfers and international flights starts from £2,650.00 per person.
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