Southern Sport Liveaboard

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Cabins

The Southern Sport liveaboard welcomes up to 18 guests aboard across its 9 guest cabins. All the cabins are air-conditioned with smoke detectors, lifejackets and power outlets. The power is available as 110V with 2 flat pin plugs or with 2 round pin plugs and 220V.

2 VIP Cabins (Cabin 1 & Cabin 2)

The VIP cabins are found on the upper deck each feature both a double and single bed. The VIP cabins are the biggest on board and boast seaviews, private balconies and en-suite facilities.

1 Double bed Cabin (Cabin 3)

The upper deck’s double cabin has sea view windows, an en-suite bathroom and a comfortable double bed.

1 Twin Cabins (Cabin 4)

The twin cabins have a bunk bed arrangement with a double bed as the lower bunk and single bed as the upper bunk. The twin cabins have porthole views and an en-suite bathroom.

1 Twin Bunk Cabins (Cabin 5)

Cabin 5 has single bunk beds, en-suite facilities and a porthole view. There is not enough storage space in the twin cabin for large suitcases, so guests staying in this cabin are requested to leave their large luggage in a separate storage space.

2 Twin beds Cabins (Cabin 7 & Cabin 8)

The main deck twin cabins have a small double and single bed arranged into bunks. These cabins have porthole views. These cabins share a bathroom alongside the cabins.

2 Twin Bunk Cabins (Cabin 10 & Cabin 11)

The lower deck twin cabins have single bunk beds with out-of-room bathrooms. The cabins have storage space but lack natural light as there are no portholes.

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