Main Liveaboard diving blogs
Liveaboard Diving Blogs from the Siren Fleet teamsWant to learn more about your favourite diving destinations? Then follow the regular trip blogs of our cruise directors in Indonesia, the Maldives, the Philippines, Palau and Fiji. Our trip blogs provide additional information on the dive sites visited throughout each liveaboard safari and update you on the most recent marine life sightings, aswell as current water temperatures.
Follow the crew of the S/Y Indo Siren as they sail through Indonesia, diving Komodo, Flores, the Banda Sea and Raja Ampat. Read about all the manta rays and reef sharks that they are seeing each trip, along with sightings of many fascinating creatures such as harlequin shrimp, mimic octopus and new species of nudibranch.
Discover more of Palau through regular updates from the S/Y Palau Siren as she travels from Koror to the north of Badeldaob Island, Ulong Channel, the Rock Islands and Jelly Fish Lake. At Peleliu, German Channel and Blue Corner divers experience speedy drifts amidst reef sharks and manta rays but watch out for sightings of macro critters too!
Guests and crew of our Philippines liveaboard have been delighted with the diving in Tubbataha; reports of big fish action is common for these off shore reefs. Coron Wrecks-Anilao dive trips have turned up some interesting surprises including sargassum frog fish, whilst a whale shark phenomenom has hit the Visayas and Leyte.
Explore Fiji year round diving in Lomaiviti and Taveuni Islands, with optional add-ons at Bligh Water & Beqa Lagoon. All the latest updates from our on board team can be followed each week as they make 7-night and 10-night cruises. You can also read owner Frank Van Der Linde’s tale of her build, launch and the journey to Fiji from Indone