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    About Ocean Hunter I

    The Ocean Hunter I has been specifically designed by divers, for divers. Unlimited diving is conducted off a spacious diving platform at the stern of the boat and hardly ever off a chaseboat (so you can climb right back onto Ocean Hunter I when you’re done and take a warm freshwater shower!).

    Ocean Hunter I has three cabins with private bath and a/c, and accommodates up to 6 guests, which means uncrowded reefs, ease of entry into the water, personal attention and maximized bottom time. Furthermore, Ocean Hunter I is designed for professional underwater photography, with a big working area and more than 60 electrical outlets (110 and 220 volt), extra storage space, and E-6 processing available overnight. NITROX tanks and certification are available onboard. Our chef serves fresh low-fat gourmet cuisine. Built by the pioneer divers of Palau for others to explore Palau’s waters, reefs, caves and wrecks for themselves in comfort and intimate luxury, Ocean Hunter I provides a high-class, unrivalled liveaboard experience for diving the true Palau.

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    Papua New Guinea's epic diving in the areas including Milne Bay, Kimbe Bay and the Solomon Sea offer divers a diversity of diving experiences that few, if any, other destinations can match.

    French Polynesia

    Fiji's diving is amongst the best in the world and also offers the opportunity to visit local villages, rainforests and waterfalls. Go white-water rafting, sea kayaking or hop on a live-aboard or adventure cruise to explore remote reefs and outlying islands.

    Banda Sea

    Dive sites in the Forgotten Islands are in the Banda Sea and are particularly noticeable for the crystal clear blue sea, deep walls and huge sponges. The stunning walls of the Banda Sea are beautiful and healthy due to the isolation of these areas.

    Solomon Islands

    The Solomon islands are known for its acclaimed diving destinations including the enormous Marovo Lagoon and Iron Bottom Sound, which is littered with dozens of sunken warships.

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