The Eagle Ray liveaboard measures 29 meters in length and is a yacht dedicated to diving. Designed with safety and comfort in mind, the Eagle Ray was built in 1996 and can cruise at a speed of 8.5 knots per hour.
The Eagle Ray offers all the comforts a diver would need, however it is not an ultimate luxury yacht. The Eagle Ray offers divers a warm and welcoming crew, a comfortable cruise and a fantastic atmosphere that is always enjoyable.
Accommodating a total of 14 guests across its 9 staterooms, the Eagle Ray offers plenty of common space for socializing and enjoying the outdoors. On the vessel’s main deck is the air-conditioned saloon with TV, DVD player and a stereo system as well as a dedicated space for cameras. The dining area is where guests enjoy 3 meals a day in a mix of European and local styles, freshly prepared by the on-board chef. Guests can help themselves to coffee and tea at any time of day. Guests are also served snacks throughout the day including biscuits and fruit. There is an oboard bar where soft drinks, fresh fruit juices, liquors, cocktails, beer and wine are served.
On the Eagle Ray’s upper deck is a partially shaded sun area with tables, chairs and chaise longues and on the top deck there is a full sun deck with comfortable mattresses to relax and enjoy the sunshine.
Diving is done from a dedicated dhoni that houses all dive gear, compressors and equipment. There is a diving deck where guests can enter and exit the water together with freshwater showers for added convenience. Guests can dive up to 3 times every day aside from the arrival day. The number of dives will depend on the conditions. Guests can make use of the on-board weights, surface markers and tanks. All diving is led by an experienced and knowledgeable dive guide.
The Eagle Ray can accommodate guests in any of its 9 air-conditioned staterooms, 7 of which are located on the lower deck with the remaining 2 on the upper deck. All staterooms have private en-suite facilities, fresh towels and room service.
3 Double Staterooms (Lower Deck)
The staterooms feature a double bed and a porthole to allow natural light to filter in.
4 Twin Staterooms (Lower Deck)
The lower deck twin rooms have 2 single beds and a porthole.
2 Twin Staterooms (Upper Deck)
The upper deck twin rooms have two separate single beds and a window.