Dive Worldwide’s latest seasonal brochure brings the very best new diving experiences to the attention of divers. Newly introduced are the Maldives resort of Reethi Faru, alongside new liveaboards to Palau, the Philippines, French Polynesia and Papua New Guinea.
Full of expert information and tempting trips, the new brochure also includes suggestions of the six best diving locations for summer, a round-up of iconic liveaboard adventures and articles on Truk, Fiji and the Philippines.
Introduced this season to Dive Worldwide’s programme are the following:
Reethi Faru Resort: Meaning “beautiful reef”, this tranquil resort offers a taste of paradise on the remote Raa Atoll in the Maldives. The resort is built from locally-sourced materials and has a keen focus on sustainability and conservation initiatives. With the on-site dive centre, divers can enjoy the house reef and also explore some of the Atoll’s 40 sites. Marine highlights include mantas, grey reef sharks and eagle rays. Price: 9 days from £2,595.
Solitude One, Palau and Philippines: Purpose built for the discerning diver, Solitude One offers up to 22 guests a home away from home, with the latest technology on board. From November to December she cruises among the famous dive sites of Palau, for wrecks, caves, drop offs and sharks. In April she moves to the Philippines, with trips to Verde Island and Ticao amongst others, for critter action and pelagic sightings. Price: 14 days from £4,695.
M/V French Polynesia Master: World famous beaches and offering a true sense of adventure, French Polynesia is high on the diving bucket list. The M/V French Polynesia Master offers year-round itineraries to these islands, including the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve at Fakarava atoll. Accommodating up to 25 passengers, experienced divers can expect consistent shark encounters and, between July and November, humpback sightings. Price: 11 days from £6,095.
M/V Solomons PNG Master: Offering up to 4 dives a day in seldom visited areas, the M/V Solomons PNG Master provides exceptional diving with numerous sharks and huge shoals of marine life. Between January and April, the boat offers wreck-specific itineraries in the Solomons, with numerous American and Japanese WWII wrecks, and also ‘navigator trips’ as she relocates through little-visited waters on the way to Papua New Guinea. During time here, itineraries include New Britain and Milne Bay, for critters and photography. Price: 12 days from £4,875.
All prices are per person based on two sharing.
For further information visit Dive Worldwide or call 01962 302 087.