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- 8.9 最高
- 7 実際の旅行者による 件のレビュー 7 実際の旅行者による 件のレビュー
- Flexible Booking
含む: 付加価値税, 国立公園料金, 港湾税, 燃油サーチャージ, ホテルでの乗り換え, ソフトドリンク, ティー&コーヒー, 飲料水, スナック, スペシャル・ディナー, 全ての食事が含まれたプラン, シュノーケリング・ガイド, フィッシング, キャビンタオル, デッキタオル, ラウンドリー / アイロン サービス.
必要なエクストラ: 環境税 (105 AUD 1旅程あたり).
オプションのエクストラ: 空港での乗り換え, アルコール飲料, レンタル 用品, カヤック.
- 年建設 2006
- 年修復 2015
- 長さ 24 metres
- デッキエリア 150 sq metres
- ビーム 8 metres
- 最速スピード 15 knots
- クルージングスピード 10 knots
- エンジン 2 x Detroit diesel
- 最多ゲスト数 20
- 客室数 10
- バスルーム数 4
- テンダー 1x 12m & 2x 5m
- 水収容量 2000 litres
- 燃料収容量 16000 litres
- 飲水メーカー 200 per hour
- 8.9 最高
- 7 実際の旅行者による 件のレビュー
- 船舶 8.3
- クルー 8.6
- 食事 9.7
- ダイビング 8.6
- バリュー 9.1
Awesome Wall Dives with friendly crew
Large variety of dives, seeing an abundance of fish swimming in an endless field of coral. Visibility to 50m+. Lots of swimthroughs to explore at depths of 5-40m.
- Rich diversity of Fish and Coral, and great crew
Pristine and exciting divning in a remote part of the world.
Hidden Australian gem of diving. It takes a 20 hr boat ride from the nearest city at the far end of the world to get to, but totally worth it! Pelagics, Tiger shark, hammerhead, juvenile black tips, schools of sweet lips, sharks on almost every dive. Even got some of the small stuff, found a pygmy seahorse. Considering only 200 people get to dive this park every year, get early on the list to dive as its totally unencumbered of people and the Odyssey provides everything you need to have a great time.
- Top notch operator, no crowds, variety of diving
Great crew and guests made this a fun and relaxing trip. Reef is in great condition, seas were warm and calm. We had a fantastic trip with great diving, fishing and water sports
- Staff, health of the reef, weather
I liked being free to swim with my dive buddy instead of as a big group. A little bit lacking in large animals and dive site variety. Lovely crew. Laid back schedule. I only gave 3 stars for the boat comfort because the showers were often cold and I had to use the same towel for the whole trip and make my own bed - it's not a silver service boat but it's also affordably priced.
- Pretty coral, cool swimthroughs and caverns, away from it all
A very special unspoiled place which will always be in my memory
The blue clear waters and the unspoiled environment.Drifting together in the water in the current at the end of the trip.Walking on the Sand on the final day. The 2whales wandering around the boat at the first mooring made it feel very special All the dive sites were good .Plenty to see
- The diving.Sitting out at night watching the stars.The crew were very pleasant and accomodating
Dream trip, exceptional diving experience.
Abundance of marine life. Acquiring new dive buddies.
- Pristine reef condition. Clear, warm water. Unplanned encounters with whales/dolphins
A very enjoyable trip
Odyssey is usually used for trips up into the Kimberley so it is not primarily used as a dive boat. While she was more than adequate, on occasions it was obvious she hadn’t been designed as a dive boat. There are 4 bathrooms (each with hot shower & toilet) on the dive deck, used by punters & crew. None of the rooms have ensuites. The deluxe rooms have a sink, the standard rooms don’t. I had a standard room and it was fine. All have a fridge and separate aircon (although this doesn’t work when the compressor is in action), the mattress was comfortable & there was plenty of storage space. Soft drinks, juices & water provided, beer, wine & spirits extra. Diving is done from “Homer”, the tender. All of us dived from the one tender and while there was more than enough space, it took a while to pick everybody up / get everybody on board / into the water. An extra zodiac would improve efficiency significantly. There was no dedicated camera area on Odyssey, but a crate with fresh water to rinse cameras off in afterwards. Luckily, most of us just had GoPros but I think if anyone had a large camera / complex set up they may have found it annoying. There was a hose at the back of the boat to rinse of wetsuits etc after each dive but nothing to soak them in – I generally rinsed mine off in the shower. Nitrox was not available. We missed one dive as the compressor broke. Crew were easy going, friendly and efficient. Liam the chef kept the good food coming. Cooked breakfast every second day and on the days with no cooked breakfast you got dessert. I put on weight on the trip!! Plenty of snack food available – home baked cookies, fresh fruit…. It was about a 20 hour overnight steam to get to Rowley Shoals from Broome. Seasickness tablets were provided and I took my own concoction and felt fine. Others looked a little green about the gills. We boarded mid afternoon on the first day and our first 2 dives were the second day in the afternoon at Clerke atoll. Then 3-4 dives per day, with 2 on the last day before another overnight steam back to Broome. Fishing also available for those who were keen (I wasn’t but the fishermen in the group seemed pretty contented). The diving was good. We had one dive master for 15 punters… other crew members dived but they went off on their own rather than diving with the group. Max depth 30m, no deco diving. Briefings usually went along the lines of ‘descend to the wall, drift with the current and see what you see, follow the current, come up at 50 bar or 50 minutes, whichever comes first and set your SMB’(!!). Dive master kept an eye on us and pointed some things out but not outstanding at pointing things out but I guess she was busy enough keeping a watch on people which she seemed to do. Dives limited to 50 minutes or 50 bar (sigh, so not long dives) and then you set your SMB and were retrieved by Homer. Currents present but not strong. The diving – I was happy. The best thing for me was the stunning isolation, 360 degrees of horizon, turquoise waters (water temps 29-30 – most people dived in rash suits, I am cold blooded and even I was plenty warm enough in sharkskin!). The coral was pristine (I guess not often visited), colourful… Fish – plenty of white tipped reef sharks, grey reef sharks, saw some leopard sharks & a hammerhead was spotted. Turtles. Potato cod but the big cod promised at cod hole never eventuated. Schooling Trevally, the hugest Bumphead Parrot fish I have ever seen, coral trout, angel fish… many varieties of clown fish… We also had dolphins swimming at the bow of Odyssey and were lucky enough to see a Mama Humpback whale & her calf up close at Mermaid Atoll (this alone made the trip really!). We had 18 dives in the week long trip. Overall a fun trip with a good group of people.
- isolation, stunning turquoise waters, great food