10+, captain, first officer, chef, engineer, dive guides.
Azores captains and crew members are professionally licensed as required by the law in which the vessel operates and they are required to comply with the Standard Operations Procedures. Dive instructors and Divemasters are trained and certified by national certification agencies.
1 double bed and 1 twin in all room, air conditioning, sink, ensuite toilet and shower facilities and lots of storage. 7 deluxe staterooms and 1 owner's suite (larger room).
Entertainment center, featuring a TV/ DVD/CD stereo player and an assortment of movies
Partially covered sun deck with an assortment of sitting areas with tables, wet bar, and hot tub - Covered upper deck with an assortment of sitting areas with tables - Full-service galley with freezer and refrigerator storage.
The Azores Boutique sells some essential dive equipment such as signal tubes, whistles and flashlights, as well as t-shirts, caps and other souvenirs.
Dive deck with personal gear lockers, 2 freshwater rinse showers, rinse tanks, and a three-tier camera table with low-pressure air hoses - Weights, weight belts, aluminium tanks.
Meals & Drinks:
From hearty to light, “Mom’s soups”, homemade smoked bacon and ham, omelets mixes from mild to spicy, small to giant beef burgers, fresh garden salads and muesli with yogurt and fruit... to just name a few...
You are to receive some of the best homemade breakfast! The lunch selection varies between Mongolian Woks, Homemade Pastas and freshly made Panini to order.
Themed evening meals reflect the fine dining you have come to expect from our resort restaurants. ‘Filipino Delights’, the ‘Seafood Dinner, the ‘Carvery Night’, the motto ‘Asian Fusion Cuisine’ and a ‘Best of Four’...
If you are peckish during the day between dive snacks include homemade cookies and cakes, fresh fruit and mouth watering ‘bites’.
Our complimentary open bar includes:
* Fresh Blended Juice, Calamansi (local citrus fruit) Juice, Lime Juice, Ice Tea,
* Coffee, Selection of Tea, Milk,
* Filtered drinking water, Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite,
* San Miguel Beer Pale Pilsner, San Miguel Beer Light
* Tanduay Rum (one of the best in the world)
You may settle your bill on the boat for incidentals such souvenir items with USD cash, Peso Cash, (other major currencies in cash), USD travelers cheques (please bring the receipt of proof of purchase), VISA, MASTERCARD or AMERICAN EXPRESS (there are no charges for using credit cards).
Power on board is 110V. Transformers and a charging station are available. Sockets are flat two pin (American style).
Safety equipment includes;
First Aid Kit, Oxygen System with 100% Demand, Defibrillator, Automatic Fire Extinguishers & Fire Fighting Equipment, 406 EPIRB – Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons on the mother boat and both zodiacs, Life Rafts, Life Jackets with lights and whistles for all passengers and crew
Full complement of Safety and Rescue equipment. The crew conducts regular drills and rescue training.
Navigation equipment includes;
* Ray Marine E120 Chart-plotter
* 36 mile Color Radar
* Video depth sounder
* GPS-Global Positioning System
Communication equipment includes;
* VHF radio
* Single Side Band Radio
* Weather facsimile
* Iridium Satellite Phone and computer station
* Internet and Cell Phone coverage possible on some trips
Rates & Booking Conditions
Rates vary by the itinerary. Itineraries include: Apo Reef / Coron, Tubbataha Reef and Bohol.
Bohol - June 15 - December 25, 2015 - $3,295 per person in Deluxe stateroom
Apo/Coron - January 2 - March 5, 2016 - $3,595 per person in Deluxe stateroom
Tubbataha - March 12 - June 11, 2016 - $3,995 per person deluxe stateroom
Bohol - June 18 - December 31, 2016 - $3,495 per person in Deluxe stateroom
Accommodation, all meals, diving and open bar with social servings of alcohol.
Rates not included:
Transfers, international Airport departure tax of PhP550 collected at the airport in Peso cash or USD (equivalent) (For guests using the domestic airport in Manila to Puerto Princessa or Dumaguete there is a domestic terminal fees of PhP200 in Manila and around PhP30 at provincial airports). These fees are subject to change. There are charges on board for Marine Park Fees (vary by charter), equipment rental, Nitrox fills ($1401) and land excursions.