Siren Fleet Live aboard diving is available in Fiji! In conjunction with our partners World Wide Dive and Sail we offer the newest most luxurious live aboard charter boat the SY Fiji Siren,
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 Bouma waterfalls. Experience diving in Fiji with your favorite live aboard fleet.
Beyond the Bligh, Fiji
Year Round 7 nights from $3810.00 US
& 10 nights from $5280.00 US
Departing from 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.
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. Exhilarating drift dives are the norm. We also have the option to dive at Savusavu where there are numerous dive sites, with hard corals, reef sharks and plentiful fish life.
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!