MV Febrina Liveaboard

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Papua New Guinea, where our fabulous liveaboard vessel, the MV Febrina is located, is a true diving wilderness, and is debatably one of the coral capitals of the world, with its ever-changing seascapes and myriad of thriving marine life including pelagics. The MV Febrina was built specifically for divers and underwater photographers, and indeed life on board revolves around diving. 22m long and 6m wide, she has a lovely traditional ambience on board, and comfortably accommodates intimate groups of up to 12 people.


The MV Febrina Liveaboard

We have 7 cabins in total – 1 double, 4 twin and 2 single cabins with en-suite bathrooms with fresh towels, individual air-con, and lots of storage for your belongings. A laundry service on-board means you can travel light! The spacious saloon has comfy seating areas, and the sun deck on the upper level has lots of relaxing spots to take in the scenery, catch some rays and relax between dives.

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You’ll be served a mix of traditional and international buffets, and set menus in the dining room on the main deck. Plenty of snacks and refreshments are available throughout the day, with hot and cold beverages as well as complimentary wine with dinner. Our crew are locally trained divers, considered as the best guides in the area, and with their assistance, you will enjoy 4 day dives and 1 night dive scheduled for each day, which are done directly off the boats platform. The large dive deck, which is equipped with all your dive gear and necessary equipment has excellent camera facilities, and after each dive, you’ll have hot towels waiting.


  • Intimate groups of 12 divers accommodated in choice of 7 cabins
  • 4 day dives and 1 night dive every day with the best guides in the area
  • Explore sites like Kimbe Bay, Witu Islands, Fathers Reef & Walindi
  • Varied diving – from muck diving to drift diving.
  • Explore the last wilderness with amazing marine life and pelagics.

Camera Facilities

  • Camera table and storage areas to rear of dive deck
  • Charging stations (110 & 220V)


The Febrina boasts 7 comfortable cabins on her lower deck, all of which are air-conditioned and en-suite.

Single Stateroom (no 1 & 2)

The single room features a single bed, bathroom with hot water shower and hair dryer and a porthole.

Twin Stateroom (no 3 & 4)

The twin rooms have a double bed on the lower bunk and a single bed above it. There is also a porthole, a hairdryer and closet space in these rooms.

Twin Stateroom (no 5 & 6)

The twin staterooms have 2 single beds arranged into bunk beds, a porthole and an en-suite bathroom with hot water shower and hairdryer.

Double Stateroom (no 7)

The double room has a double bed, a porthole and en-suite facilities similar to the other rooms.

Jason, Canada September 21, 2017

The Febrina is a beautiful old style dive boat, rooms are simple but comfortable.

The saloon and sun deck is where we hung out mostly. Food was very good and plentiful so can’t complain there.

The dives however are out of this world, with the most beautiful sites, corals, marine life and pelagics galore.


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