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8days

&

7nights

(8d7n)

The Cost Per Person Per Week Includes

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Airport Pick up

From Palau International Airport To Malakal Port (2 Ways)

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Dive Guides

There are a maximum of 21 dive guides, including S80 gas tank / nitrogen tank (only for certified divers & surcharges), weights, dive guide and dive boat, including evening dives

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BPA-free Water Bottles

Free reusable BPA-free water bottles for all customers on board

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Board & Lodging

7 nights full board and lodging for the Black Pearl

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 Towels

New diving / outdoor towels are distributed every day, and cabin towels are changed every 3 days. It can be replaced if replacement is required

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Dive Guide

One dive guide corresponds to 7 divers

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Free Beverages

Drink freely all kinds of coffee, tea, beverages and drinking water in drinking fountains

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VHF / GPS Radio

All divers must be equipped with the VHF / GPS radio of the Nodius lifeline during all dives. The lifesaving equipment is provided free of charge by the ship

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Yacht Toys

Play our yacht toys for free, such as kayaks, giant slides, inflatable pontoons

DIVING PACKAGE

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ITINERARY

PALAU

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PALAU, MICRONESIA

The following is a sample itinerary we may visit during your cruise on the "Black Pearl" ship. Our diving team wants to show you the best diving skills possible, however, many factors determine the choice of ship's route and diving location.

Weather, tides, ocean currents, and the number of other diving boats at a specific location all have a certain influence on the navigation direction of the "Black Pearl". Although we tried to ensure the completion of the number of dives we planned, the severe weather would prevent the ship from reaching specific dive sites in time.

The safety of our customers on board is the most important. If we cannot visit the famous attractions listed below, we will always do our best to dive in different locations.

Schedule for diving days

Our diving team arranges up to 4 dives a day; 3 days dives, evening or night dives.

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1 Dive

Breakfast snacks, coffee and tea, followed by a brief introduction

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Leisure Time

Leisure Time with Snacks and  Drinks 

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2 Dives

A complete breakfast with a short break on the water, followed by a brief introduction

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Briefing

Brief introduction for evening or night diving

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3 Dives

Lunch, interval breaks on the water, followed by a brief introduction

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Dinner

Dinner time time

IMPORTANT: Customers must check their flight time and ensure that there is at least 24 hours left for the last dive and flight departure time.

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LOCATIONS

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ROCK ISLAND & JELLYFISH LAKE TOUR

In the cruise ship tour, we included two important interesting tourist attractions in our itinerary, namely the Rock Islands, and by the way to visit the world-famous jellyfish lake, this is only recently reopened to the public!

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BLUE CORNER

Palau ’s most famous diving site is the Blue Corner, and the corner is a flat plateau that stretches hundreds of yards into the sea before a sudden descent. The wall is vertical and deep, and is famous for its rich underwater creatures.

There are large pelagic fish here, where you can not only see a large number of dogfish, big eyes / bluefin trigills, blackfin barracuda and snapper, you can also see sharks, tuna, wow, grouper Fish, eagle rays, hump-head wrasse, green turtles and hawksbill turtles-all of which can be seen in just one dive!

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Leaf-shaped finfish, naked gill fish, moray eel, lionfish, boxing crab, anemone fish, hard coral; soft coral; and huge willow coral sea fan. If you are lucky, you may even see manta rays or sailfish, or even whale sharks! Larger ocean creatures can occasionally be seen deeper in the blue horn: hammerhead shark, bull shark, tiger shark, marlin And whale.

Like many other major diving sites, the strong current nourishes the life chain of the Blue Horn, making it unique. This dive site is suitable for advanced divers.

BLUE HOLE

The Blue Cave is a huge cave on the north side of Ngemelis Island, next to the Blue Horn. A large cave with multiple entrances can be accessed from the top of the shallow reef and deeper points on the rock wall. A few beams of sunlight overhead illuminate the scenery inside, which is an unforgettable and beautiful experience. The four large holes in the ceiling (each hole is about 5 × 3 meters) allow a lot of surrounding light to penetrate the cave, creating an excellent photo opportunity. You can swim to the cave to shoot some excellent silhouettes.

Enjoy the Blue Cave experience at a depth of 20-25 meters, and the spacious main hole is suitable for divers of all experience levels, but there is also a narrow cave at a depth of 26 meters. Only for fully equipped and certified cave divers to explore.

The coral reef itself is another attractive place surrounding these two locations, with a large number of cobblestone and cabbage corals scattered on the 18-meter high plateau. Falling straight down from the wall, you will find a healthy mix of hard and soft corals, as well as sponges and giant Golegen sea fans.

Special creatures can be found in the blue cave, including fiery scallops, leaf-shaped finfish, swordfish, nudibranchs and clean shrimp.

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CHANDELIER CAVE

The chandelier cave used to be an open-air cave diving site, a large cave with several caves. You can enter an 8-meter-high cave with several different caves on the surface. Underwater tunnels allow you to swim from one cave to another, 4 of which are filled with water.

This is a very cool place. For thousands of years, rainwater has penetrated through limestone and eroded the interior of the island, forming a huge cave system. This is a good place to take wide-angle photos with divers. The crystal structure hangs from the ceiling, with the elegance and beauty of the most exquisite chandelier.

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This is a very adventurous diving, remember that this is an elevated environment-in some places you can not see any light, visibility can be reduced to zero, divers must be equipped with diving flashlights, those who are worried about diving in the dark claustrophobic The patient should avoid such diving.

Services Not Included

  • Diving permits, port fees and taxes ($ 160.00, subject to availability), airport departure tax ($ 50 each time) and cabin tax total $ 250. Once on board, divers can only pay in cash.

  • The environmental impact fee is $ 100. The PPEF fee will be included in your ticket price and will be charged by the airline.

  • Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks

  • Pay the crew tip

  • A 15-litre dive tank is available on request (US $ 10.00 per day), high-oxygen gas is provided on board (US $ 10.00 per dive), and another 12-litre dive tank can be charged US $ 8.00 per day upon request.

  • Satellite Internet Service

  • Spa services

  • Diving equipment rental

* private diving instruction is available on request, usd 200 per diving day. (please contact us three days before departure.)

* the cruise director on the yacht will decide when / where the equipment can be used, because the yacht needs to be moved at certain times, and the sea / weather conditions will also be considered depending on the situation.

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