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Ocean Hunter III Liveaboard Rooms

  • Master Stateroom

    • Deluxe Stateroom

      • Standard Stateroom

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        Ocean Hunter III Liveaboard Amenities

        • Bar/Lounge
        • Dining Area
        • Dive Center
        • Hot Tub
        • Photography Center
        • Sun Deck

        About Ocean Hunter III Liveaboard

        The Ocean Hunter III is the latest and most luxurious addition to the Ocean Hunter Fleet in Palau. The boat represents 25 years of knowledge in the liveaboard industry and like all of our liveaboards was designed by divers, for divers. Ocean Hunter III will be diving the reefs of Palau, plus special trips to places such as Yap. As usual with the Ocean Hunter fleet, you also have the knowledge and hospitality of the very experienced local crew.

        Ocean Hunter III has 3 standard cabins, 3 deluxe cabins and 2 master staterooms all with private bathrooms and air conditioning, and accommodates up to 16 guests with personal attention and plenty of space. There is a large dining room and a comfortable salon with sofas and an entertainment system. The salon also contains a high quality espresso machine. Alternatively you can relax in the jacuzzis on the spacious sun deck. Furthermore, Ocean Hunter III is designed for professional underwater photography, TV and Film production, with a sizable working area, 110, 220 and 415 volt electrical outlets and extra storage space. Ocean Hunter III offers powerful PCs for movie and video editing with download, email and CD burning services.

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        Galapagos

        Located at the crossroads of the Equatorial Counter current and the colder Humbolt Current, the waters surrounding Galapagos island are rich with nutrients that attract whales, sharks, dolphins, sea lions and numerous other big animals.

        Cenderawasih Bay

        In addition to its vast array of reef fish and its wide variety of dive sites, Cenderawasih Bay is most commonly known for its fantastic whale shark diving.

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