Fiji Siren Liveaboard

Fiji Siren Saloon.

Fiji Siren Saloon.

Bar.

Bar.

Dive Fiji by luxury liveaboard and experience diving some of the world’s top rated dive sites in comfort and ease. The S/Y Fiji Siren launched in September 2013 to offer year-round diving in Fiji in conjunction with the Darling family’s Volivoli Resort on Viti Levu. Every thought for the modern diver has been taken into account during her build phase and she follows a similar layout and design to our S/Y Palau Siren liveaboard.

Dining Al-fresco.

Dining Al-fresco.

Dive Bligh Waters, Namena, Wakaya and Taveuni Year Round

The 40 metre S/Y Fiji Siren Luxury Liveaboard is the newest member of our liveaboard fleet, first launched in September 2013. She has the same specifications as her sister yachts, the S/Y Indo Siren and the S/Y Palau Siren. The cabins offer comfort and flexibility and can be used as twin or double bedded rooms. The outdoor dining area is very comfortable and provides a fabulous setting for all your meals. The dive deck is perhaps the most spacious and convenient you would have experienced. Designated areas for charging and preparation of your camera and video equipment can be found inside the main lounge – the S/Y Fiji Siren truly sets out to be the pros choice for underwater photography and videography.

Camera Area.

Camera Area.

Like other Siren Fleet yachts, the S/Y Fiji Siren was built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi and is a traditional “gaft rigged Phinisi” handcrafted from ironwood and teak. You will find no other dive liveaboard as beautiful in Fijian waters. Built by divers for divers you can rest assured that every need has been thought of and has been implemented within our expanding fleet.

Double Cabin.

Double Cabin.

Twin Cabin.

Twin Cabin.

Aboard the S/Y Fiji Siren we welcome up to a maximum of 16 divers on each trip. This ensures abundant space for all guests.

Features of the S/Y Fiji Siren Liveaboard include:

8 large air-conditioned cabins each with their own personal audio-visual entertainment system and ensuite bathrooms with hot water through adjustable electric heaters. Overbed reading lights and individual controls for your air-conditioning unit are provided for your convenience, as well as several cupboards for clothing and personal items, an in-cupboard safety box and a hairdryer. Each guest is provided with 1 bath & 1 hand towel and a cotton bathrobe for use in the cabin
Expansive shaded diving deck area, with individual stations and personal storage drawers. Guests are provided with a 12l aluminim tank, weights & belt. Basic Aqua Lung scuba equipment rental (BCD, Regulator, 3mm wetsuit, mask & fins) and SMB (safety sausage) are provided FREE of charge. Sizing requests can be submitted via the online application form when confirming your booking. For your convenience each guest is provided with a numbered deck towel and more towels are available upon request.

Double Cabin.

Double Cabin.

Twin Cabin.

Twin Cabin.

Air-conditioned lounge with cocktail bar, sofas, 42 inch flatscreen & movie network and library of books & games
Covered outdoor dining and refreshment area. All meals are served buffet style and guest may help themselves throughout the day to all soft drinks & snacks that are available
Enriched Air Nitrox is FREE for all certified Nirox divers. If you are not a certified Nitrox diver all our instructors can certainly teach you the Enriched Air Diver Specialty during your liveaboard trip.

Sun Deck.

Sun Deck.

Upper level sun-deck with 8 cushioned loungers (un-shaded)
2 high-powered Ridged-Hulled Inflatable Boats accompany the S/Y Fiji Siren
Laundry Service – our housekeeper will launder your clothes and return to you the same day (0.50 euro per item)
Massage Service – available for 3 hours daily* for 25 Euro/ hour
Yacht Boutique, which includes a range of Siren Fleet clothing, reef hooks and nudi-pointers
Kayaks, for guest use FREE of charge
* Excepting arrival and departure days
Specialised features for Underwater Photographers & Videographers include:

Indoor & outdoor workstations for the preparation and maintenance of cameras and equipment
Large storage drawers for your peripheral items
Numerous charging points, adapters available (sockets are 2-pin European style at 220v or 110v)
Large rinse tanks with fresh water solely for camera and video equipment.

Dive Deck.

Dive Deck.

Dedicated Camera Rinse Tanks.

Dedicated Camera Rinse Tanks.

Siren Fleet Liveaboard safaris in Fiji are offered in partnership with the Darling Family run Volivoli Beach Resort, situated just 2.5 hours from the Nadi Airport on Viti Levu. We offer you the chance to visit some of Fiji’s most highly rated dive sites in one superb itinerary. With 20 years’ experience of Fiji’s dive sites and reefs we have the knowledge to bring you to the optimum places at the best time of year.
Fiji is known for its stunning soft corals but divers here can also expect to see a variety of sharks and rays, schools of fish and plenty of smaller creatures. Drift dives, often with strong current, over steep walls and pinnacles should be expected. However we also spend time throughout the trip in sheltered lagoons and coral gardens and take the opportunity to hop ashore for a traditional ceremony or visit to the Booma Falls National Park. Experience diving in Fiji with your favourite liveaboard fleet.

Great shark diving.

Great shark diving.

Sharks and more sharks.

Sharks and more sharks.

Beyond the Bligh, Fiji

Year Round 7 & 10 nights.
Siren Fleet diving liveaboards offer you the option to explore Fiji to its fullest. The dive sites in this region vary from steep walls to sandy slopes with coral gardens where you can easily see manta and eagle rays as well as schools of unicorn fish & tuna. Colourful butterfly fish species graze over the reef and huge potato grouper are also to be found here. Smaller creatures such as blue ribbon eels, hawk fish and leaf fish give macro lovers something to watch out for too. But the real draw for the region is the sheer variety of sharks and rays that will be seen – white tips, black tips, silver tips and grey reef mix in with hammerheads, whilst whale sharks and tiger sharks may be spotted occasionally. This is one elasmobrach soup you’ll be pleased to see!

Get up close and personal.

Get up close and personal.

Fiji Liveaboard Diving Itinerary

Fiji 10-nightsDeparting from the Darling family’s Volivoli Beach Resort on Viti Levu, our 7-night and 10-night liveaboard dive trips on the S/Y Fiji Siren take you through dives at Bligh Waters with stunning coral pinnacles which attract schooling pelagics including barracuda & tuna. We cruise onwards through the Vatu-I-Ra Passage to dive at the Namena Marine Reserve, where hard coral gardens support a myriad of marine species and schools of colourful reef fish. The S/Y Fiji Siren then moves south into the the Lomaiviti Island Group for dives at the islands of Gau and Wakaya. A mix of drift dives, coral gardens and pinnacles is to be expected, keeping on the look out for manta rays and hammerheads but also we see ribbon eels, leaf fish and numerous other smaller creatures. Grey reef sharks can be seen in schools at the mouth of the Nigali Passage. We have the option to return to the Namena Reserve or dive once again in Bligh Waters as the S/Y Fiji Siren cruises back to her home port at Volivoli.

Beautiful soft coral.

Beautiful soft coral.

Fiji-colorful coral
10-night cruises will continue north-east to Taveuni Island and the Somosomo Strait, aka Rainbow Reef, so named for the swathes of colourful soft corals which adorn the reefs. You can also expect to see many different pelagic fish, sharks, mantas and barracudas. Exhilarating drift dives along the reefs are the norm.

Soft and hard corals.

Soft and hard corals.

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