Inula Liveaboard

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Offering dive holidays all year long, the Inula liveaboard catamaran measures 24 meters and is complete with enough space to serve as many as nine guests. This beautiful boat features two individual cabins for singles and four double cabins. While room in the double cabins is quite limited, the personal touch that guests receive from the four-member crew as a result of it being a smaller liveaboard makes diving holidays aboard this vessel great.

The Inula travels the beautiful Panamanian waters of the Gulf of Chiriqui, giving scuba divers access to some of the most vibrant spots to dive in the world. With waters teeming with countless species of fish, vibrant coral reefs, whales, barracuda, and sharks, these dives are perfect for any underwater photographer.

When guests aren’t diving they will be relaxing on the catamaran, enjoying fresh fruit, buffet-style meals prepared by the chef, and all the beautiful views that this region of Panama has to offer. For an unforgettable diving vacation, choose the Inula liveaboard.

Cabins

The Inula has 5 well-ventilated cabins across its main and lower decks. As there is no air-conditioning (the rooms are cool enough through the year), there is nothing but the noise of the peaceful surroundings at night, rather than a loud generator.

2 Twin Staterooms (no 1 & 6)

The twin staterooms are found on the main deck and feature 2 side by side singles, a roof hatch and port windows.

2 Twin Staterooms (no 3 & 5)

The lower deck twin rooms have 2 single beds in bunk bed arrangement as well as a roof hatch and porthole.

1 Single Stateroom (no 2)

The single stateroom has a single bed, a roof hatch and a porthole.

Orsi, Hungary September 18, 2017

The Inula liveaboard was really exceptional and a trip that I would highly recommend to others.

The tour lasted 15 days in February and it was certainly well suited to diving enthusiasts who have a great passion for the sport and would like to get as much diving in as possible.

Recommended for: Unique trip with great scenery

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Kelly, South Africa September 18, 2017

This was my first liveaboard experience and although I had some initial reservations about spending 15 days aboard a boat in the middle of Panama, it was definitely a worthwhile experience that I thoroughly enjoyed.

The boat was well-equipped and although it wasn’t fancy, it was functional and great for the purposes of a diving-focused holiday.

The crew members were friendly and ever-so-helpful whilst the Captain made every effort to show us the best sights with some stunning sunset views from the deck too.

All in all y trip on the Inula was a great deal of fun and I’m glad I did it!

Recommended for: Really active divers

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