New from Master Liveaboards – Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea

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Following the recent merger with blue o two, Master  Liveaboards is pleased to announce yet another vessel to its ever growing network of worldwide liveaboards; the Solomons  PNG Master.

Solomon Islands

Explore the Solomon Islands with it’s exquisite diving, truly one of the last diving frontiers, with pristine coral reefs  and an unparalleled variety of marine life. Dive into history and explore the many WWII wrecks in the Iron Bottom Sound. Sojourn comfortably on board the Solomons PNG Master that many will already know as Taka, the much respected vessel operating liveaboard cruises in the Solomon Islands since 2013 with Solomon Islands Dive Expeditions. The custom-built vessel will begin operations as Solomons PNG Master officially in January 2018, however existing cruises on the 2017 schedule are open for bookings also.

Solomon Islands

As the name suggests Master Liveaboards is not offering just one, but TWO new destinations; Papua New Guinea (PNG) is now  on the menu as well! From April 2018, Master Liveaboards will be offering the best liveaboard diving in PNG for several months of the year, including amazing transition trips, aboard Solomons PNG Master. The diving in PNG is virgin territory: so remote and unexplored to the extent that new marine species  are still being discovered there.

Schedules for Solomons PNG Master will be available and open for sale from the 21st of September with cruises in the  Solomon Islands available immediately, with the first cruises to Papua New Guinea starting in April 2018.

Contact us for more information and reservations at https://www.masterliveaboards.com/solomons/

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Founded by Frank Van der Linde in 2004, Worldwide Dive and Sail owns and operates the Siren Fleet and Master Liveaboards brands bringing divers to some of the World’s top rate dive destinations. We dive year round in the Philippines, Palau, Fiji, Indonesia, the Maldives, the Galapagos and Truk Lagoon.

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