MV Oceania


MV Oceania is the newest addition to the Walindi Plantation and FeBrina family, pioneers of diving Papua New Guinea.  She is an 89-foot catamaran rebuilt in 2019.  Itineraries will include Kimbe Bay, Fathers Reefs and the Witu islands.  Itineraries will follow the weather patterns for the best diving.

She has plenty of space to relax with a large salon, dining area and sun decks.



She has 8 comfortable, well-appointed air-conditioned cabins for a maximum of 16 guests.  She will have 5 twin bed cabins and 3  queen cabins all with ensuite bathroom facilities, fresh towels daily, hairdryers and daily laundry service.  All cabins are located on the main deck with stunning ocean views and easy access to the large diving deck.  Guest areas also include a large saloon to relax and work on your fish ID.  Dining is on the bridge and sun deck.   The dive deck includes individual storage, camera work area bathroom, and shower.


Papua New Guinea is located in the coral triangle, the center of marine biodiversity which has the highest diversity of tropical fish and coral in the world. The waters of New Britain are home to prolific and diverse marine creatures and corals. Pristine and colorful corals are home to a variety of fish, crustacean and invertebrate life. Many of the reefs have resident schools of barracuda, tuna and jacks. A range of shark species is regularly sighted, including hammerheads and Silvertips, particularly on the offshore reefs.

The coral reefs in the Bismark Sea are extraordinarily rich. A recent coral count of Kimbe Bay revealed an incredible 413 species of hard coral. This is over half the total world species in one Bay, a truly remarkable statistic which makes Kimbe Bay the "Coral Capital of the World". Over 900 species of fish have been recorded and this number will continue to grow as more research is done.


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