Save 15% on the French Polynesia Master7th September 2016 | Sandro Lonardi
We've just extended this special deal from Diviac. We can’t believe it, but we’re offering a significant discount on the shiny, new French Polynesia Master. Book before the end of September to receive 15% off the January 25th, 2017 or February 4th, 2017 departures on the French Polynesia Master.
The January 25th departure sails from Rangiroa to Fakarava on a 10-night itinerary. Dive sites are typically channel or “pass” dives, and the route planning for each trip is highly dependent upon the incoming and outgoing tides for each island. Sites also include outer reefs, plateaus and coral gardens found within the lagoon where currents are less intense and many smaller creatures can be found.
On the other hand, the February 4th departure sails for 7 nights around Fakarava and the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Strong currents may be present in the area, so it is recommended that divers have experience beyond the beginner level. Don’t worry! The current attracts plenty of pelagic species, too.
The French Polynesia Master is a brand-new ship. As such, every diver wants to try a bit of its luxury. We’re sure these 2017 dates will fill up quickly. Book your space before they're gone!
French Polynesia Master
The French Polynesia Master is 140 feet (42.6m) long and 33 feet (10m) wide. To ensure your dive safari holiday becomes a memorable experience, every aspect of the French Polynesia Master's design, itinerary and menu has received detailed attention. The ship's aspiration is to not only offer exceptional diving but also great comfort and entertaining spare time activities.
The liveaboard is a charming, purpose-built yacht, perfect for those who want to unveil the hidden treasures of French Polynesia. The French Polynesia Master's itineraries were arranged so the best dive sites could be visited at the perfect time. Moreover, it differentiates itself from other liveaboards by providing the best in personalized accommodation, service and facilities. The ship’s concept is holistic in that besides offering great diving in French Polynesia, it also provides a great above-the-water experience of which delicious food plays a crucial role.
The French Polynesia Master has 3 types of cabins: convertible twin/double cabins on the lower deck, fixed double cabins on the main deck and convertible twin/double cabins on the upper deck. The ship also has air-conditioning. For activities and entertainment besides the ubiquitous underwater activities, the French Polynesia Master provides several audio-video options.
Scattered like twinkling sapphires in the turquoise sea, the islands and atolls of French Polynesia are as romantic as they come.
Of the 118 islands of French Polynesia, the majority boast world-class diving. There are a variety of dives to choose from, from shallow lagoon dives to wicked drift dives through narrow passes.
Head to Moorea to dive with sharks, where your Divemaster lures in and feeds sharks with a large bag of fish. You can see reef sharks and lemon sharks during dives here.
Bora Bora has a breathtaking lagoon where you can swim alongside a coral wall with teams of manta rays and sharks. There are reefs completely encircling the island, so there is no shortage of dives to partake in.
Taotoi has the fun filled Stingray World, where you can pet and feed an array of stingrays, who are well used to human touch.
Drift divers, make your first stop Rangiroa, where the Tiputa and Avatoru Passes will blow you away... literally. Barracudas and sharks school here, paying you little head as you drift past them.
- DEAL 1: The 15% discount is available on the January 25th, 2017 and February 4th, 2017 departures of the French Polynesia Master.
- The deal cannot be combined with any other promotions or money-saving discounts.
- All Worldwide Dive and Sail liveaboard specials expire on September 30, 2016.