Dive Safari Boats

The two Dive Safari Philippines that cruise through the archepilago

Dive Safari Boats

The design of dive safari boats are based on traditional Filipino fishing boats, called bankas. The boats used for dive safari are custom-built for scuba diving purposes. Every year, the boats are dry-docked and overhauled in the months of June to September. The management of the boats is Swiss.

The carry easily 10-12 divers. There are 4 very basic bunks on board good for 2 divers each. These bunks are for divers who want stay overnight on the ship. They were built for exploratory dive safaris, where staying on shore overnight is not an option. We always recommend to stay in a beach resort overnight.

Dive Safari Boat GOYA

Dive Safari Boat Goya

Year of construction: 2005
Length: 23 Meter
Width: 4.5 Meter
Bunks: 4
Toilet / shower: 1
Engine: 1 Yanmar-Marine-Diesel 120 HP Turbo
Speed: 10 Knots
Reach: 800 NM
Fresh water tank: 600 l
Navigation: GPS, Compass, Sonar
Communication: VHF Radio, Satellite Telephone
Power supply: 12V / 24V DC + 220V
Service boat: Dinghy with 15 hp outboard engine

Dive Safari Boat ROYO

Dive Safari Boat Royo

Year of construction: 2008
Length: 30 Meter
Width: 4,8 Meter
Bunks: 4
Toilet / shower: 1
Engine: 1 Isuzu GRA1 250 HP
Speed: 12 Knots
Reach: 800 NM
Fresh water tank: 800 l
Navigation: GPS, Compass, Sonar
Communication: VHF Radio, Satellite Telephone
Power supply: 12V / 24V DC + 220V
Service boat: Dinghy with 15 hp outboard engine

Related: German info on Dive Safari Boats – Tauchsafari Philippinen: Die Tauchsafariboote

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