M/V French Polynesia Master


MV French Polynesia boatSituated in the heart of the Pacific Ocean this island archipelago is home to some of the most wondrous dive sites, where hundreds of hungry sharks gather in schools to be joined by manta rays and bottle-nosed dolphins. The French Polynesia Master is the newest liveaboard to ply the waters of this island archipelago. It welcomes 20 guests aboard for 7 or 10 night dive safaris. The 3 decks provide ample space for relaxation, dive equipment and camera preparation.


Guests may choose between lower deck, middle deck and upper deck cabins, each with en-suite and individual air conditioning units. Communal relaxation areas are found on the middle and upper decks. They are comprised of a spacious indoor dining area, camera set up station and guest storage drawers, lounge bar with comfortable bench seating and a plasma screen, shaded outdoor seating area and a sundeck.

Dive equipment is set up and stored on the rear of the middle deck. A central camera table can be used to store prepared equipment ahead of the dive, with dedicated rinse tanks provided. Divers can take advantage of the on deck shower hoses or use the starboard side deck head to rinse off between dives.


Diving Rangiroa’s reefs and channels you can expect to see grey reef, hammerhead, black tips, silky, tiger and silver tip shark species cruising the reef, hunting on schools of snapper and fusiliers. Whilst drift diving through the 1200m wide channel at North Fakarava Island, you can experience incredible shark action, see huge Napoleon wrasse and witness marbled groupers spawning. A typical diving day will see you cruising through channels and exploring the outer reefs of the atolls, yet there are numerous of shallow dive sites within the Tuamotu Archipelago, each with stunning hard corals, sheltering all manner of crustaceans and mollusks.


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