Palausport Liveaboard

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“This liveaboard has 12 cabins and offers a daily shuttle from Koror. The package is flexible as you can choose as many days as you choose to stay. The price includes all dives, meals and beverages as well as transportation to and from the airport. They are currently anchored up at German Channel”

The M/Y Palausport is a comfortable and spacious 38m steel-hulled, twin engine liveaboard designed specifically to cater to scuba divers. There are nine twin-berth and three four-berth cabins on the upper deck, all air-conditioned, with ocean-view windows and private bathrooms. The ship has three decks for guests, giving ample space to gear up at their individual dive stations at the main deck, while they can dine and entertain in the lounge and dining area, or simply relax under the sun on the top deck, with its lounge beds. The Palausport uses two 9m with 140HP four stroke, self bailing tender boats each with a canopy, and offers 4 dives a day to scuba divers. Night Dive options in certain areas and Nitrox is now available.

Dive trips are planned throughout the year, with the Palausport in Palau from August to March, and then visiting the Tubbataha Reefs in Palawan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, from April through June. During the month of July, we explore Cebu. The Palausport is also available for special charters and itineraries.

We have been in the dive-boat industry since 1983, with a goal of offering the best personalized service. We hope to see you aboard.


The Palausport can cater for up to 24 divers at a time. Divers have the choice of 12 comfortable cabins to sleep in whilst on board the Palausport and all cabins boast air-conditioning, en-suite facilities and ocean views. The bathrooms are equipped with toiletries and a hairdryer and the cabin boasts plenty of storage space. Reading lights are located above the beds for added convenience. There are 9 twin cabins and 3 quad cabins to choose from, and all are located on the Palausport’s upper deck.

9 Twin Cabins (Upper Deck):

The twin rooms have 2 single beds arranged into bunks and small windows offering sea views.

3 Quad Cabins (Upper Deck):

The quad cabins have 4 single beds arranged into bunks and small windows with ocean views.

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