Discover the pristine Papua New Guinea with MV Febrina, a comfortable and safe 73 feet length liveaboard boat, which was thought for serious divers and photographers who want a total PNG dive experience!
The Febrina is a 22 Metre (73ft) steel dive yacht, built and powered for comfort, safety and stability. The Febrina (Fe = iron, Brina = salt water) was built in 1972 in Western Australia. She was a fishing and diving charter vessel operating out of Gladstone, Australia from 1977 to 1991 when she was totally refurbished to cater to divers and underwater photographers prior to being delivered to Walindi Plantation Resort, Papua New Guinea. She had further upgrades in 2010 and 2013.
She has 110/220 volt power on board.
The Febrina sleeps up to 12 guests in privacy and comfort.
The main deck has a beautiful air conditioned dining area with a bar, a stereo player and an assortment of books.
The dive deck is spacious and well equipped with personal gear spaces, an in-place fill station and a camera table. The swimming platform is equipped with exit ladders and freshwater showers.
The Febrina lower deck has 7 comfortable staterooms.
All cabins have private head with shower, closet, hair dryer and individual AC.
Double Stateroom (no 7): Double bed, porthole.
Twin Stateroom (no 3 & 4): Double bed (lower) and single (upper) bunk-style bed, porthole.
Twin Stateroom (no 5 & 6): Two single bunk-style beds, porthole.
5 dives per day (except on the last day) including night dive.
Weights, weight belts and 12l aluminium tanks with standard yoke valves are included.