Constructed in 2012, the SY Fiji Siren is a 40 metre schooner operating 7 night and 10 night trips around some of Fiji's best dive sites, including those at Bligh Water, Taveuni and the Koro Sea. Built from Indonesian ironwood, this European owned and managed Phinisi-style Fiji liveaboard cuts an impressive figure cruising around the soft coral capital of the world.
Operating out of Rakiraki in the north of Viti Levu, up to 16 guests can be accommodated in standard en-suite cabins all with their own flat screen TV and entertainment facilities. This means there is always a lot of space for guests to enjoy, whether in the air-conditioned saloon, open air dining area, or spacious sun deck. For your safety and comfort cabins are cleaned daily, and each has a smoke detector and fire extinguisher.
With 12 crew, you can expect a lot of personal attention from the professional staff. Touches of quality on SY Fiji Siren include fluffy bathrobes, free local beer, in-cabin entertainment, and a laundry and massage service. The impressive diving facilities include being equipped for rebreathers, plenty of designated areas for camera charging, camera table on the dive deck, 12 and 15 litre tanks, lost diver devices, free nitrox, free rental scuba equipment and DIN adaptors.
Additional activities can also include kayaking and water-skiing. SY Fiji Siren is a professionally run liveaboard which delivers just about all you can expect both in terms of diving and providing a high quality cruise experience in the Pacific paradise of the Fiji Islands.
Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, drinking water, soft drinks, hot drinks, local beers, dives (as detailed in the trips above), transfers to the boat from Volivoli Beach Resort, experienced English-speaking divemaster(s) (max number of 6 divers per DM), tanks, weights and weightbelts, nitrox fills for enriched air certified divers, use of scuba equipment for the duration of the trip, Fiji government tax.
Cruise price per person excludes (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Diving insurance, marine park and port fees: 7 nights US$ 168, 10 nights US$ 224 per person. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash or credit card).
Optional extras: Alcoholic drinks (other than local beer), torches US$ 6 per day, dive computer US$ 6 per day. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
How to get there: The S/Y Fiji Siren departs from VoliVoli Beach Resort, located nearby Rakiraki village on the northernmost tip of Viti Levu. The resort is about 2.5 hours scenic drive from Nadi International Airport. Taxis and buses are available from the airport. Alternatively, we can arrange for the resort to collect you. Transfers are included in the optional package which includes an overnight stay at Volivoli before and after the liveaboard trip. For more information see our Viti Levu travel information section. The last dive of the trip will be at around 12.00 pm on the second last day of the trip. Please wait at least 18 hours before flying after diving.
Non-diver rate: No discount but non-divers will receive 1 free massage per day (except on first and last day) and 1 bottle of wine (to be consumed on the trip).
Single supplement (if you do not want to share accommodation): This is optional - single travellers may choose to share a cabin or pay a supplement of 100% of the published price and receive a complimentary massage and 1 bottle of wine (to be consumed on the trip). Marine park, port fees, taxes and any fuel surcharge will be paid by the operator.
Dive clubs and group discounts: Pay for 7 guests and receive 1 extra space free of charge. See whole boat charter price below, which is equivalent to pay for 14 guests and receive 2 extra spaces free of charge.
Add-on package: If you wish to stay in Volivoli Resort for 1 night before departure and 1 night after the return of SY Fiji Siren, special prices are available. Return airport transfers are included in this package. Please check with us for further details.
If this is your only planned visit to Fiji then we strongly recommend that you consider a 2 night add-on stay at the Uprising Beach Resort, Pacific Harbour on Viti Levu, to allow you to witness the not-to-be-missed shark feed diving. This option is also convenient as it is located close to both the international gateway airports in Fiji - Nadi and Suva.
Complimentary nitrox - 2 motorised dinghies - Dive platform with hot water showers, toilets, camera table and rinse tanks - Air-conditioned saloon with bar, TV, DVD video & music - Movie and book library, fish ID books, diving magazines and games - Open air social and dining area - Sundeck with sun chairs - Massage service - Laundry service - Boutique - Sea canoe - Water dispenser
Dining on the Fiji Siren begins with a light snack and then full dinner on Day 1. Each day you can enjoy a light pre-breakfast before the first dive of the day followed by a cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner. All meals are taken in the open air dining area on the main deck of the boat so each meal has a different backdrop as you make your way around the Fiji islands. The menu is largely international and Asian cuisine with a few local dishes included.
Asian and international meals; 4 different dishes per sitting.
Buffet style dining with waitress help in the main deck open-air dining area.
Pre-breakfast, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks in between.
Coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer, fruit, water, snacks and biscuits are provided free of charge.
Wine and spirits are available for purchase.
All dietary needs can be catered for - please advise us of special requirements in advance.
The dining service begins with dinner and snacks on the first evening of the cruise.
"Beautiful boat, and kept very clean by crew making time on board very pleasant. Amazing crew where things constantly ran on time on schedule, accommodative to change in weather/sea conditions and request from guests (where it allowed them) with safety first for all on board. Great service, good attention to guests, very friendly." - Shiila Takaoka, Japan ...
"It was the best liveaboard we have ever been in. The crew was absolutely amazing, the dive director (Rani) is simply the best, we had a fantastic time. The ship is in top conditions, great facilities, even better that the Indo Siren." - Eduardo Henrique Semionato Bernardes, Brazil ....
"Very good livaboard as compared to previous trips. The staff particularly were very good - and the dive guides excellent at finding things - especially the small stuff (very small pygmy seahorses). The one thing we did not like was the shark "enticement" which really was a shark feed - which we dont like as liveaboards should not feed the fish." - Mary Sue Rogers, Australia ...