Philippine Siren

Siren Fleet Vessel
Philippine Siren

Overview

9.7

Excellent

Vessel Type
Sail/Motor
Year built
2013
Length
40m
Width
9.7m
Capacity
16
Hull
Ironwood
View deck plan
Nitrox

Surcharge

Wifi

No

Equipment

Surcharge

Tech friendly

Yes

The 40 metre S/Y Philippine Siren liveaboard was built on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. Handcrafted from ironwood and teak (traditional to the area), you will find no other dive liveaboard as beautiful in waters of the Philippines.

S/Y Philippine Siren is the largest vessel in the Siren fleet to date, welcoming up to 16 guests in eight cabins. Two fixed doubles, four fixed twins and 2 cabins are flexible doubles/twins. Each cabin is equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning units and en-suite bathrooms with hot water. For added luxury, bathrobes and towels are provided. 

The spacious, air-conditioned saloon benefits from a cocktail bar, comfortable seating and a large flat screen TV. Dining is outdoors under a covered area with uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean. An expansive dive deck provides ample space for kitting up even when the vessel is full, and underwater photographers and videographers will definitely appreciate the designated areas for charging and preparation of equipment.

The vessel also benefits from 2 high-powered tenders, nitrox compressor, equipment rental, kayaks, laundry and massage services.

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Cabins

Premium Twin Cabin

There are four fixed double cabins, and two flexible double/twin cabins, each is air conditioned and offers plenty of storage space and en-suite bathrooms with hot water. For added luxury, bathrobes and towels are provided.

Deck:
Lower Deck
Bedding:
Twin and/or double
Max. Occupancy:
2
Ensuite:
Yes
Aircon:
Yes
No. of Cabins:
6

Premium Double Cabin

There are two fixed double cabins, each is air conditioned and offers plenty of storage space and en-suite bathrooms with hot water. For added luxury, bathrobes and towels are provided.

Deck:
Lower Deck
Bedding:
Double
Max. Occupancy:
2
Ensuite:
Yes
Aircon:
Yes
No. of Cabins:
2

Amenities

Vessel facilities
Guests:
16
Twin Cabins:
6
Double Cabins:
2
Ensuite:
Yes
Aircon:
Towel change:
Saloon:
Yes
Sky lounge:
Yes
Diving facilities
Dive school:
Equipment Rental:
Nitrox Membrane:
Rebreather friendly:
Charging Station:
Photography Friendly:
Compressors:
2 x MCH 13
Tenders:
2
Guides:
4
Technical
Length:
40m
Width:
9.7m
Engines:
2
Generators:
3
Hull:
Wood
Fresh water maker:
Yes
Safety
First aid:
First aiders:
Emergency Oxygen::
Oxygen Administrators:
Life Jackets:
Life Rafts:
VHF Ship to Tender Radios:
Fire fighting Equipment:
AED:
Smoke Detectors:

Extras

  • Taxes & Surcharges
  • On-board extras
  • Equipment
  • Nitrox, Rebreather & Cylinder
  • Diver Training
Per person
Airport Terminal Fee (domestic)
20-200PHP
Airport departure tax (international)
750PHP
6 night Visayas / Leyte itineraries
US$75
7 nights Visayas / Leyte itineraries
US$120
10 nights Visayas / Leyte / Malapascua itineries
US$155
13 nights Tubbataha / Visayas itineraries
US$160
6 nights Tubbataha marine park fees
US$120
Soft drinks
Free
Tea & Coffee
Free
Beer
US$2
Wine (per bottle)
US$30*
Spirits (per shot)
US$6
Cocktails (per glass)
US$8
Laundry (per item)
US$0.75
Massage (per hour)
US$30
Merchandise
Prices vary
Kayaking (subject to availability)
Free

*High price due to Philippines tax.

Equipment
per day:
6 nights
7 nights
10 nights
13 nights
Full set
US$ 30
US$ 150
US$ 180
US$ 270
US$ 360
BCD
US$ 12
US$ 60
US$ 72
US$ 108
US$ 144
Regulators
US$ 12
US$ 60
US$ 72
US$ 108
US$ 144
Mask
US$ 5
US$ 25
US$ 30
US$ 45
US$ 60
Snorkel
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Fins
US$ 5
US$ 25
US$ 30
US$ 45
US$ 60
Boots
US$ 5
US$ 25
US$ 30
US$ 45
US$ 60
3mm Wetsuit (Shorty)
US$ 10
US$ 50
US$ 60
US$ 90
FOC
Dive Computer
US$ 6
US$ 30
US$ 36
US$ 54
US$ 72
U/W Torch/Flash light
US$ 6
US$ 30
US$ 36
US$ 54
US$ 72
Surface Safety Kit
$5

*Must be pre-booked to ensure availability and correct sizes etc are on board.

Price
Nitrox
Free
Rebreather Supplies
Oxygen per litre
US$0.07
Sofnolime – 20kg tub
US$290
CCR cylinder set – 3L or 2L cylinders
US$12 per day

On-board pricing is liable to change without notice. Though we try to keep documentation as up to date as possible, please be aware that, although it is unlikely, prices may be different on your cruise.

PADI Courses
Cost:
PADI EANx- Nitrox
$190
PADI Deep Diver Specialty
$290
PADI Advanced Open Water
$350
Other PADI Specialties
Please enquire*

Courses are subject to availability and must be pre-booked to ensure an instructor is available.

Please note that the course prices listed above include the required manual and PADI certification card (PIC).

*A range of other speciality courses are available. Please enquire with our travel team for more information, prices and to pre-book any course.

Philippine Siren Reviews

This is what our customers have said about Philippine Siren
Best Diving of my life...great staff, ship and more
Best Diving of my life...great staff, ship and more
Indo Siren, October 2019
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There really are not words to describe what an incredible experience this voyage has been. Not only are we looking forward to sailing again in a few years on Palau Siren we are planning a trip to the dive resort Atmosphere in Negros; we were lucky to experience cocktails there one evening and one tour of the resort was all it took to sell us on it.
Do yourself a favour and get on board
Do yourself a favour and get on board
Indo Siren, Sept 2018
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There really are not words to describe what an incredible experience this voyage has been. Not only are we looking forward to sailing again in a few years on Palau Siren we are planning a trip to the dive resort Atmosphere in Negros; we were lucky to experience cocktails there one evening and one tour of the resort was all it took to sell us on it.
Can't go back to any other liveaboard
Can't go back to any other liveaboard
Indo Siren, August 2018
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My dive buddy just wanted to be on a Siren boat and now I know why. The boat was very nice, with spacious cabins and ensuites and the staff was so great at taking care of us. The diving was good, including whalesharks, thresher sharks and this one dive with a huge school of sardines. There were just about as many crew members as divers and they completely spoiled us.
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