As arguably one of the best liveaboard dive vessels operating in Papua New Guinea today, the MV FeBrina is a beautiful boutique liveaboard allowing you to experience the spectacular dive spots of Papua New Guinea in comfort.
The M/V FeBrina has 7 air-conditioned en-suite cabins, catering to a maximum of 12 guests. With underwater photographers needs in mind, the MV FeBrina Liveaboard was designed with a camera table on the dive deck and shelves set up with 110V and 220V outlets for recharging batteries. The large dive deck give divers easy access to the crystal clear waters below, with 3 decks on board giving you plenty of room to relax in-between dives. Guests will enjoy a variety of cuisines on board, from a continental breakfast served from 5.30am to a beautiful sit-down dinner served after the night dive. The attentive crew of the MV FeBrina are on hand to assist to any requests, with the dive guides being some of the best in the area.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to visit some of the worlds most spectacular dive spots.
Contact us today to book your scuba diving liveaboard in Papua New Guinea today.
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Included: VAT, Accommodation, Transfers/pickups from airport, Tanks, Weights, Belts, Dive master services, All meals, Towels Provided
Excluded: Environmental & Safety Fees (payable in advance with final balance – currently US$9 per person/per night), Nitrox, Crew tip (USD 15/guest/day is recommended), Airfares, Bar beverages (other than complimentary wine with dinner), Items of a personal nature and gratuities. All extra charges, except for Environmental & Safety Fees, can be paid on board with cash (Kina, US$, AU$ or Euro) or credit card (Mastercard/Visa/American Express), however GST of additional 10% will apply to any charges paid on board.
Book now, pay later: You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you and you can confirm with a payment later.
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Food & Drinks
If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.
The crew speaks English.
There is diving gear available to rent on this boat. Please provide your rental needs on the booking form.
You will need to pay for the rental gear on board of the boat. Show prices.
Drawings & Vessel Layouts
- Year built 1972
- Year renovated 2010
- Length 73 feet
- Beam 20 feet
- Top speed 11.5 knots
- Cruising speed 8.5 knots
- Engines 2 x Cummins 250hp 1800rpm each
- Max guests 12
- Number of cabins 7
- Number of bathrooms 7
- Tenders 1 x 18 feet (Fibreglass)
- Water capacity 12000 ltrs
- Fuel capacity 8333 ltrs
- Freshwater maker 750 ltrs per day
Boat Navigation and Safety
- 8.8 Fabulous
- 2 Verified Reviews
- Vessel 6.0
- Crew 10.0
- Food 10.0
- Diving 10.0
- Value 8.0
small boat, great diving
- Recommended for
- diving, food, people
Dive guiding at its best
Febrina has a sort of cult status among divers interested in taking pictures of creatures rarely seen. Let me just say that I have the top five photos of my "all time greats" collection after a single trip on Febrina. My camera was guided by Digger who accompanied me one to one during some of the dives fellow divers were not enthusiastic about. Yes, we dove some of the sites more than once, but you are bound to miss something on each dive, so I found this an advantage when planning the best possible photo/video shots. Digger's experience is matched by the enthusiasm of divemaster Jocey creating a lively atmosphere on the boat and in the water. She even has a divesite named after her... Considering the price the boat is OK, the food is fine and divers move in and out of the water using a comfortable platform at the end of the boat, so even the physically challenged feel safe. What you really pay for is the unbelievable variety of species coupled by some of the best guides I ever went under with. Febrina is frequented by returning divers for a reason, and I will join them in the future.
- Recommended for
- Photo/video opportunities, selection of divesites, knowledge of guides