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Solomons Master

Solomons Master

Solomons PNG Master is a custom designed diving vessel with 12 cabins accommodating up to 20 guests and a crew of 12. Inside she boasts a huge lounge and dining area with DVDs, large TVs and a dedicated camera area for our photographer guests. Spend time-sharing your photos from your dive adventures, reading a book from our library or just chill out in air-conditioned comfort.


Diving Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands are comprised of 992 islands, of which only 147 are inhabited. Situated southeast of Papua New Guinea, The Solomon Islands are one of the most peaceful and beautiful areas of the Pacific. They also have some of the most pristine dive sites in the world. These are filled with unspoiled hard and soft corals because of the remote location and the limited number of divers. Indulge yourself exclusively in diving with pilot whales, various kinds of sharks, mantas and huge shoals of fish, right down to the macro wonders such as pygmy sea horses, nudibranchs and ghost pipefish. The marine diversity in Solomon Islands is hard to beat!


The Solomon Islands is the destination for the real diving fan looking for a change of scenery, completely off the beaten track. You will also find, wrecks, caverns, wide-angle reefs and large sea fans. The Solomon Islands rival any other Indo-Pacific dive travel destination for coral reefs, marine life and diversity but without the tourist numbers.


Diving Papua New Guinea

Offering arguably the best diving in the Pacific, Papua New Guinea (PNG) fully deserves to be added to your bucket list. PNG dive sites are so pristine and remote that new marine species are still being discovered. Pretty much anything can be spotted here: hammerheads, whale sharks, mantas, dolphins, and pilot whales. All this awaits you exclusively as there are almost no other dive operations around. For macro lovers, indulge in world-class muck diving. A dream destination for the adventurous diver!


Vibrant coral atolls and walls, colorful barrier reefs, amazing WWII wrecks and abundant wide-angle subjects, of which the Indo-Pacific is famous for, all make a great décor for underwater photo and video buffs. Hammerhead and whale sharks, pilot whales, dolphins, turtles and sea snakes are usual suspects, whereas the macro lover will have a feast on the muck dives. Papua New Guinea has it all!


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