Worldwide Dive and Sail, the founders and owners of Siren Fleet and Master Liveaboards, bring you the best diving experiences. Already cruising and diving in the Philippines, Indonesia, Fiji, Palau and Truk with the Siren Fleet and recently announced, from 2015, the Galapagos Islands with Master Liveaboards. Now, hot on the heels of the Galapagos Master, is the French Polynesia Master!
This Codecasa built Long Range Cruiser, designed by Camper Nicholson, is currently in the dry dock for a refit and modernization by the experienced Worldwide Dive and Sail team, led by Frank Van der Linde.
This latest vessel in the Master Liveaboards fleet will be launched in 2016 and will offer 3 to 4 dives per day in a choice of 7-night or 10-night trips cruising between Fakarava, a Unesco Biosphere Reserve, and Rangiroa in the Tuamotu Archipelago.
French Polynesia, situated in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, hides under its pristine waters and white sandy beaches a world-class diving, including hammerhead sharks, tiger sharks, mantas, dolphins, huge schools of fish and, for the very lucky ones, humpback whales!
Guests are offered a choice of lower deck, main deck or upper deck cabins – in a twin bed or double bed configuration.
“French Polynesia has either been on divers’ bucket lists for many, or a complete unknown destination for others. What we want to offer with The French Polynesia Master is make diver’s dreams a reality and allow them to discover that amazing destination“, says company GM, Mark Shandur.
Worldwide Dive and Sail and the Tahiti Tourism board have worked very hard to make this project a reality and will provide with you the best diving that the Tuamotu Islands has to offer.
Announced at DEMA dive show in Las Vegas, in November, the French Polynesia Master has been very successful among agents and tour operators since it will be the only liveaboard in the area. So, don´t think too long and plan your next diving holidays on board the French Polynesia Master before it’s too late!
Please, visit the Master Liveboards website for more information