Built over 2 years in 2006 and 2007, the Dschubba liveaboard measures 20 meters in length and 5 meters in width. This wooden liveaboard is equipped with the latest in safety and navigational gear and can cruise at a speed of 7 knots an hour.
There are an amazing 1768 islands in Palawan, and the owner of Dschubba, Swiss national scuba diver Mark Bratschi, has been exploring the area since 1982.
The Dschubba’s main deck is equipped with an open plan dining space where guests are served 3 buffet meals a day while enjoying the stunning sea views. Guests are able to help themselves to coffee and tea throughout the day.
All divers wanting to visit Tubbataha Reef Park are required to have more than 137 logged dives. Divers are also recommended to dive with a torch light and a surface balloon as safety precautions. Guests are able to dive up to 4 times every day depending on the water and weather conditions. Dives are led by an experienced guide to make the most of each site.
The Dschubba hosts up to 10 guests per trip across its 5 comfortable cabins. All cabins make use of shared bathroom facilities.
2 Double Cabins
The double cabins have a double bed, a side window and a skylight to allow extra light in.
3 Twin Cabins
The twin cabins have a bunk bed with 2 single beds and a side window.