The world’s most exotic diving destination, Papua New Guinea, has a new attraction. She is the M.V. Chertan, a purpose-built dive boat which has begun operations out of Alotau in Milne Bay.
The Chertan is a 18 Metre (60ft) dive yacht, built and powered for comfort, safety and stability. She is twin diesel-powered and has 110/240 volt power on board.
The Chertan has recently undergone a major refit to the cabins, their access and the dive deck.
The Chertan sleeps up to 10 guests in privacy and comfort.
The main deck has a nice air conditioned salon with a TV, a stereo player and a bar. The dining area and the galley are adjacent to the salon. The two main bathrooms are accessible from the deck. The upper deck is partially shaded has chairs and tables.
The dive deck is well equipped with personal gear boxes and an in-place fill station. Two camera tables and a closet are conveniently located for your camera.
The aft of the dive deck is equipped with exit ladders, fin storage and freshwater showers.
The Chertan lower deck has 5 comfortable staterooms.
Stateroom (no 5): Queen size bed and single bed, private head with shower, AC, porthole.
Unlimited dives per day including night dive.
Weights, weight belts and 12l aluminium tanks with standard yoke valves are included.