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Pearl Of Papua



PEARL OF PAPUA




Pearl Of Papua



Representative :
www.come2indonesia.com
Type Of Ship :
Motor Vessel
Year Of Cunstruction : 2010
Size :
Length 30 m
Max Speed :
8 Knots
Numbers Of Cabin :
7
Maximum Passenger :
15 Guest - Persons



MV Pearl of Papua built in 2010 is fully equipped with modern conveniences and staffed with experienced and professional crew, the Pearl of Papua offers departures all year round to the pristine Raja Ampat islands in the heart of the Coral Triangle.

The boat has 7 cabins; 2 Master Cabin with doubled bed and two single bed in upper deck; 1 Suite Cabin in lower deck with one single bed and doubled bed; 4 standard cabin with bunk bed in lower deck. All cabin in lower deck has portholes and windows. Upper deck cabin has huge window.




Vessel’s Technical Specifications :


Length :
98’ (30 m)

Width :
24’ (7.5m)

Draft :
6,5’ (2 m)

Fuel Capacity :
6000 liter

Fresh Water :
10000 liter
(2 tanks, 5000 liter each)

Engine :
200 HP

Engine Type :
Mitsubishi type MEBDC 9-1A

Max Speed :
9 Knot

Range speed :
7 – 9 Knot

Fuel Type :
HSD

Generator :
2 x 40 KW, AE4D-32 PS120

Fresh Water Maker :
2000 liter per day

Electricity :
220V and 110V - 24 hours/day







All cabins have:
  • Individually controlled air conditioning
  • Toilet and hot water shower
  • Hand basin, mirror and towels
  • Round twin plug 220V mains outlet - 24 hours per day
  • Reading lights
  • Cabinet and shelves
  • Bedding
  • Fire warning system
  • Life jackets

Pearl of Papua live aboard safaris visit all the best underwater treasures around Raja Ampat, highlighting its iconic sites and adventuring off-the-beaten paths with the comfort of home away from home. Our brand-new vessel is also available for private charter, non-diving excursions and research expedition. Come with us to experience luxury at great value and find out more about us



LIVEABOARD


INDO - KOMODO

Bali - Komodo - Labuan Bajo 8 Days / 7 Nights (20-22 Dives) Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla

Day 1
Evening of Departure: Check-in on board MV Queen Scuba between 14:00-16:00 hours. We will show you to your cabin and start to set up equipment. Then we will introduce the staff, provide a boat and safety briefing followed by dinner. From here it’s sweet dreams as we cruise into the sunset on our overnight journey to Moyo Island, north west Sumbawa.

Day 2

Moyo Island will be our first stop, diving a couple of the best sitesAngel Reef and Panjang Reef, then we head south toward Satonda Island for a couple more dives. As we prepare for the first night dive you may have the chance to see the bats of Satonda take flight into the sunset. After a great dive you will be greeted with a hot towel on the dive platform and then another delicious dinner as we cruise overnight toSangeang Island, off the north coast of Sumbawa.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 3
Three dives around the volcanic Island of Sangeang, surrounded by black sand that gives an entirely different feel to the trip. Definitely a day for the macro lovers with rare nudi species, Pygmies and the chance to see underwater hot springs and the diverse life that thrives in the area, then to Gili Banta for a night dive.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 4

Manta Alley, the name says it all. On the southern tip of Komodo we will be in cold water, anywhere between 20 to 25 degrees. In this area we hope to spend two or three dives with Manta Rays, bum head parrot fish, turtles and on the very rarest of dives we have seen Mola Mola in this area. For our night dive we will head over to Nusa Kode on the southern side of Rinca Island for one of our favorite night dives of the whole trip.

Dives: 4 dives today




Day 5

This day is devoted to the macro life and stunning reefs around Nusa Kode and Rinca Islands. These four dives can provide sightings of frogfish, pygmy seahorses, zebra crabs, orangutan crabs, pipe fish, nudis and much much more. These dives will be in colder water again but with all the life in this area you will hardly notice the temperature. You will be amazed as the wildlife passes by, dragons on the beach, monkeys, deer and wild pigs full of activity along the shore.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 6

Gili Law Laut Island just north of Komodo Island is filled with some great pelagic action. White tip and grey reef sharks, schools of giant trevally, tuna, and much more, Be prepared for some strong current on these dives as this is where the big stuff lives. We may choose to do four dives in this area or move on to another great night dive along the east side of Komodo Island.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 7

We will start the day with two dives around Current City with Batu Bolong or Tatawa Kecil and the afternoon trekking on Komodo Island looking for the Komodo Dragons. The trek will take approximately one hour with a couple small hills as we come across some spectacular scenery and the chance to take some great photos.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 8

At breakfast you think about the past week, the diving, the food, the new friends and when you can come back! Transfers ashore are at 9am to continue your vacation... or it's time to head home to start planning your next QueenScuba cruise!

Dives: No diving






Labuan Bajo - Komodo - Bali 8 Days / 7 Nights (22 Dives) Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla

Day 1
Arrive Labuan Bajo Airport 13:30, transfer to Queen Scuba. We will embark to the Komodo National Park where we will have our first dive at approximately 16:00. The first dive will be in the northern Komodo area around Sebayor Kecil with a nice relaxing reef dive. This will allow everyone to get comfortable back in the water with nice calm conditions. Our second dive will be a night dive in a bay with nice calm waters.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 2

The second day near Gili Lawa Laut Island just north of Komodo Island is filled with some great pelagic action. White tip and grey reef sharks, schools of giant trevally, tuna, and much more, Be prepared for some strong current on these dives as this is where the big stuff lives. We may choose to do four dives in this area or move on to another great night dive on the east side of Komodo Island.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 3
We will start the day with a nice trek on Komodo Island looking for the world famous Komodo Dragons. The trek will take approximately one hour with a couple small hills as we come across some spectacular scenery and the chance to take some great photos. We will continue the day with three dives around Padar Island with some colder water where the macro life and amazing reefs will provide some incredible memories.

Dives: 3 dives today

Day 4

This day is devoted to the macro life and stunning reefs around Nusa Kode and Rinca Islands. With three day dives and one night dive we will look for frogfish, pygmy seahorses, zebra crabs, orangutan crabs, pipefish, nudis and much much more. These dives will be in colder water again but with all the life in this area you will hardly notice the temperature. You will be amazed as the wildlife passes by, dragons on the beach, monkeys, deer and wild pigs full of activity along the shore.

Dives: 4 dives today




Day 5

Manta Alley, the name says it all. On the southern tip of Komodo we will be in cold water, anywhere between 20 to 25 degrees. In this area we hope to spend two or three dives with Manta Rays, bumbhead parrotfish, turtles and on the very rarest of dives we have seen Mola Mola in this area, then up north to Gili Banta for a nice warm water night dive in the bay.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 6

Three dives around the volcanic Island of Sangeang, surrounded by black sand that gives an entirely different feel to the trip. Definitely a day for the macro lovers with rare nudi species, Pygmies and the chance to see underwater hot springs and the diverse life that thrives in the area. After a day of diving we will make a relaxing sail overnight to Sumbawa Island.

Dives: 3 dives today

Day 7

The first dive is around Sumbawa Island with more incredible macro life, seahorses, wuderpuss, cowfish, frogfish, pipefish, snake eels and more. Off to Moyo Island for our last dive of the trip along a crystal clear reef with schools of fish and amazing coral life, then a nice afternoon and evening as we make our way back to Bali.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 8

After breakfast we will disembark at approximately 9:00 am at the Port of Benoa then transport you to your resort or airport.

Dives: No diving




Labuan Bajo - Komodo - Labuan Bajo 6 Days / 5 Nights (15-16 Dives) Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla

Day 1
Arrive Labuan Bajo Airport 13:30, transfer to Queen Scuba. We will embark to the Komodo National Park where we will have our first dive at approximately 16:00. The first dive will be in the northern Komodo area around Sebayor Kecil with a nice relaxing reef dive. This will allow everyone to get comfortable back in the water with nice calm conditions. Our second dive will be a night dive in a bay with nice calm waters.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 2

The second day near Gili Lawa Laut Island just north of Komodo Island is filled with some great pelagic action. White tip and grey reef sharks, schools of giant trevally, tuna, and much more, Be prepared for some strong current on these dives as this is where the big stuff lives. We may choose to do four dives in this area or move on to another great night dive on the east side of Komodo Island.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 3
Manta Alley, the name says it all. On the southern tip of Komodo we will be in cold water, anywhere between 20 to 25 degrees. In this area we hope to spend two or three dives with Manta Rays, bumbhead parrotfish, turtles and on the very rarest of dives we have seen Mola Mola in this area. For our night dive we will head over to Nusa Kode on the southern side of Rinca Island for one of our favorite night dives of the whole trip.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 4

This day is devoted to the macro life and stunning reefs around Nusa Kode and Rinca Islands. These four dives can provide sightings of frogfish, pygmy seahorses, zebra crabs, orangutan crabs, pipefish, nudis and much much more. These dives will be in colder water again but with all the life in this area you will hardly notice the temperature. You will be amazed as the wildlife passes by, dragons on the beach, monkeys, deer and wild pigs full of activity along the shore.

Dives: 4 dives today




Day 5

We have two dives around Padar Island with more beautiful corals and amazing macro life. Then in the afternoon we will make our Dragon walk to see the famous Komodo Dragons. The trek will take approximately one hour with a couple small hills as we come across some spectacular scenery and the chance to take some great photos.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 6

After another delicious breakfast we will disembark at approximately 9:00 am at Labuan Bajo.

Dives: No diving




Additional Information


The above itineraries are meant as a guide ONLY and reflect an example cruise schedule. Exact dive sites and destinations may change at the discretion of the cruise director and captain. Number of dives are meant as an indication of maximum number of dives and may be subject to change. 8 day cruises can vary between 20-22 dives and 6 day cruises 15-16 dives.




INDO - RAJA AMPAT

Raja Ampat

The Queen Scuba will offer three different options to our guests during our Scuba Safaris to this world famous dive destination in Indonesia. The diversity of diving available, the huge area this marine reserve covers and the incredible array of divesites in this region mean that the more time you have to spend here the better!

We have provided the option for our guests to explore the entire Raja Ampat region from North to South over an incredible 13 day 12 night schedule.

For those who just do not have the time to spend two weeks exploring some of the best dive sites in the world we have provided the option of a 7 day 6 night cruise in either the North or South of this region.

All trips will begin and end in Sorong, the first leg of the trip exploring the Northen sites of Raja Ampat from the Dampier Straits through to the Northern islands of Fam, Kawe and Wayag before returning to Sorong to allow guests to depart or join the boat before leaving for the Southern sites of Raja Ampat which are mainly concentrated around the Island of Misool. Below is a sample schedule for these cruises, please be aware that due to the large area these trips cover and the huge choice of dive sites available to us this schedule should be used as a guide only and this itinerary is a sample. The actual itinerary will be similar but will vary with conditions during each trip. Strength and direction of current, weather, visibility and conditions will all be taken into account on each trip. Most divesites on Raja depend very much on the direction and strength of current, therefore each days schedule will be determined by the Captain and Cruise director to give you the best possible diving experience we can provide.


Raja Ampat North (20 dives) Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla

Day 1
You will be met at your hotel in Sorong and transported to the Queen Scuba, boarding at approx. 13:00-14:00 where after being shown to your cabin and given a general orientation to the boat we will have the chance to enjoy a check out dive and late sunset dive close to Sorong at Bird's Head Peninsula. These dives are in calm water to facilitate organizing proper weight and to check all equipment is working correctly and also give us a chance to ensure that everyone is diving in groups of similar experience and ability. Not just a check out dive however as divers will have the chance to see baby Wobbegong Sharks, flasher wrasse, frogfish, multiple species of anemone fish, nudibranchs, seapens, stonefish, lionfish, bommies covered with crinoids and glassfish and plenty of nice schools of fish.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 2

We will spend an amazing day diving around the Dampier Straits between Waigeo and Batanta islands where divesites such as Sardine Reef, which has been described as the best reef dive in the world, off Kri island will introduce you to the amazing variety of marine life on display in this region. In this area you can expect huge numbers of fish with dogtooth tuna and trevally packed so closely together they often block out the sunlight. Huge gangs of Bumphead parrotfish, snappers and fusiliers make it impossible to know where to look. At Mike’s Point it is possible to find pygmy seahorses and all manner of critters, but trying to take your eyes away from the unbelievable schooling life is a real challenge in these parts! Chicken Reef and Cape Cri continue the amazing diving with tornados of huge barracuda a favorite sight here Grey reef sharks, blacktips and whitetips can also be seen along with the wobbegong waiting in ambush on the sea floor.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 3
Just incase you wake up with the idea that yesterdays diving was all just a dream an early morning dive at the Southern end of Waigeo island will give us a chance to dive one of Raja Ampat’s most famous divesites The Passage lying between Waiego and Gam island.This is a truly unique divesite and one worth visiting more than once Described by Andrea Ferrari in Wetpixel 2007: “A five meter deep, river-like sea fjord, snaking inside the forest, the tree canopies often closing above it, strange purple sponges and gigantic orange sea fans almost reaching over the surface, the sea and sky mirroring each other. A mystical place, rich in silent grottoes, underwater passages, submerged tunnels leading to still underwater pools hidden inside the forest, sun rays slanting down in the green darkness, like light shining through a cathedral’s multicolored widows... Yes this is heaven for me. Welcome to the Passage. Welcome to Raja Ampat.” Above water the sheer limestone cliffs make this a place where the sightseeing above water is also excessively beautiful. South West of Waigeo Island we can find two large Manta cleaning stations where huge Black and White Manta’s, some exceeding 5 meters, come to clean for hours at a time, an incredible days diving!

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 4

Kawe Island is one of the few areas in the world where it is possible to dive in both hemispheres without moving the boat! Dive sites such as Eagle Rock and Black Rock attract not only abundant fish life but also feeding manta rays and larger pelagic for photographers with wide angle lens’! Further North at Wayag Island we can look out for grey reef sharks patrolling the current rich waters along hard coral gardens and sloping walls decorated with sea fans soft corals and thousands of reef fish.

Dives: 4 dives today




Day 5

Spending the day at the Fam Island group you will discover a true paradise both above and below the warm clear blue waters of the area. Unblemished coral gardens of hard and soft corals are found at every point of the shallows. Ancient giant clams, now rare elsewhere in the world, can be easily found at dive sites such as Melisa’s garden and Yebeh Kecil. The Fam Islands are the very definition of paradise. White limestone cliffs plunge into the sea, ultramarine blue lagoons nestled next to monumental towers and pinnacles, untouched beaches... there are many places that claim to be this beautiful, this is the genuine article. The Air Borei Jetty is also an incredible dive that most divers will want to explore more than once and nearby Manta point also gives us the chance to find more manta’s!

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 6

We will return to the amazing Dampier Straits to give ourselves another chance to immerse ourselves in the giant schools of snappers, trevally, tuna and barracuda that frequent this area.before heading to shore to enjoy a beach BBQ and toast the previous weeks diving adventure with new friends and diving buddies.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 7

Disembark

Dives: No diving


Note:
Guests can choose to disembark from the Raja North section of the trip or stay to enjoy a further 7 day 6 night cruise to the South of Raja Ampat, whilst new guests can choose to join the cruise at this point.



Raja Ampat South (20 dives) Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla

Day 1
(Day 7)

You will be met at your hotel in Sorong and transported to the Queen Scuba, boarding at approx. 13:00-14:00 where after being shown to your cabin and given a general orientation to the boat we will have the chance to enjoy a check out dive and late sunset dive close to Sorong at Bird's Head Peninsula. These dives are in calm water to facilitate organizing proper weight and to check all equipment is working correctly and also give us a chance to ensure that everyone is diving in groups of similar experience and ability. Not just a check out dive however as divers will have the chance to see baby Wobbegong Sharks, flasher wrasse, frogfish, multiple species of anemone fish, nudibranchs, seapens, stonefish, lionfish, bommies covered with crinoids and glassfish and plenty of nice schools of fish.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 2
(Day 8)

The first day's diving on this Southern leg of the trip is spent in and around Batanta Island. Batanta is the definition of muck diving in Raja Ampat. Mimc octopus, mandarin fish, inimicus, ghost pipefish, pygmy seahorse... the list of critters you can find is endless the area also offers some fantastic hard coral sites at which you can see the rather ‘flat’ tasselled wobbegong. The gorgonian fans here and in many other parts of Raja Ampat are the ideal habitat for pygmy seahorses and it is possible to spot both Denise and Bargabanti pygmies here. At Wai there are a pair of Second World War planes which also provide some great diving.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 3
(Day 9)

Wake up in Misool one of the larger islands in the archipelago. The stunning reefs around Misool offer a breathtaking kaleidoscope of colour, sloping walls are carpeted with soft corals of every colour imaginable providing a home for all manner of critters from ghost pipefish to harlequin shrimp to pygmy seahorses. We will spend the day diving around these small islands with four dives split between Misool and Farondi. The corals here are particularly magnificent with Three Sisters having a reputation as one of the best dives in Raja Ampat. Huge school of snapper, sweetlips and batfish adorn the walls while other popular divesites in this area include Farondi Arch, with it’s spectacular natural arch, and Wagmab Wall with it’s incredible walls, overhangs, caverns and caves, beautiful sea fans and coral whips that flourish among the varied seascapes.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 4
(Day 10)

South Misool is the focus for this day where you can dive Fiabacet an Boo island. We will spend our day by exploring Boo rock and Boo Point east, where we can see large Napoleon Wrasse and Green Turtles . Boo rock is famous for the ‘’windows’’ or rounded openings on the southern end of the largest rock that completely pierce the reef from the surface down to about five meters. Although the two rocks seem to be separate structures at the surface, they are infact connected underwater by a superb, vibrant and healthy reef draped in soft corals and bursting with fish life.

Dives: 4 dives today




Day 5
(Day 11)

Spend the whole day in the Fiabacet Islands between Kalig and Boo. These rocky islands rise up out of the sea but are spectacular underwater. Sharks are frequently seen in this area and even dolphins can be seen here so keep your eyes open and expect the unexpected!. Bumphead parrot fish, trevallies and jacks are some of the larger fish we will encounter Tongka and the Tugboat are two of the must see dives you will have a chance to explore today.

Dives: 4 dives today

Day 6
(Day 12)

This is your last day's diving and can be spent around the island of Pele where Pygmy sea horses, ghost pipefish, wobbegong sharks and dancing anchovies are all seen here we can dive at the Toblerone where the rock formations mirror that popular chocolate bar. The caverns, cracks and overhangs here are ideal for photographers. Alternatively we can return to the Dampier straits to dive at some of Raja Ampats most popular divesites such as Sardine Reef and Mike’s Point before enjoying a BBQ on the beach and final night party on board that evening.

Dives: 2 dives today

Day 7
(Day 13)

Disembark

Dives: No diving

   

SCHEDULE 2015

Start Date

End Date

Embark

Disembark

Duration

Price

 

January 2015

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26 January

02 February

Sorong

Sorong

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

March 2015

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08 March

03 March

Sorong

Sorong

Sorong

From $1,650

 

April 2015

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31 March

10 April

Sorong

Sorong

10 Nights

From $3,300

 

May 2015

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11 May

18 May

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

20 May

27 May

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

June 2015

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05 June

12 June

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

15 June

25 June

Manokwari

Manokwari

10 Nights

From $3,300

 

28 June

05 July

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

July 2015

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08 July

15 July

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

18 July

25 July

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

28 July

04 August

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

August 2015

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07 August

12 August

Manokwari

Manokwari

5 Nights

From $,650

 

September 2015

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01 September

08 September

Manokwari

Manokwari

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

10 September

18 September

Sorong

Sorong

8 Nights

From $2,640

 

20 September

29 September

Sorong

Sorong

9 Nights

From $2,970

 

October 2015

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13 October

20 October

Sorong

Sorong

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

22 October

30 October

Sorong

Sorong

8 Nights

From $2,640

 

November 2015

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11 November

18 November

Sorong

Sorong

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

19 November

29 November

Sorong

Sorong

10 Nights

From $3,300

 

December 2015

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01 December

08 December

Sorong

Sorong

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

10 December

17 December

Sorong

Sorong

7 Nights

From $2,310

 

19 December

26 January

Sorong

Sorong

7 Nights

From $2,310

 









What is included and what is not included?

Included:

  • Full accommodation on board and meals
  • All soft drinks, drinking water, coffee/tea, yoghurt
  • Fresh fruits and snacks
  • 12 litre AL cylinders, weights and weight belt
  • PADI professional dive guide
  • 12 litre AL cylinders, weights and weight belt


Not Included:

  • Personal insurance
  • Alcoholic drinks and cigarettes
  • Equipment rental and computer rental
  • PADI continuing education courses
  • 15 litre AL cylinders rental
  • PADI continuing education courses
  • 12 litre cylinders fill up with Nitrox
  • Marine Park Fee - Please pay cash on board



Additional Information

Full Charter
MV Queen Scuba is available for full charter, Indonesia trips you pay for 16 spaces and get 1 berth in standard triple share cabin free of charge.
All prices are applicable for the 2011-2012 Raja Ampat season only.

Booking Policy

  • On receipt of a 30% deposit for the specified cruise, we will send you a confirmation.
  • The balance payment of 70% must be paid one month before departure.
  • If we do not receive the balance in time, P.T Raja Adventure retains the right to cancel the booking and resell the space.


Nitrox Divers
MV Queen Scuba now has Colti Sub Nitrox membrane on board - unlimited Nitrox is available for every diver.
1. The Early Bird Booking get Free Nitrox for every dives, offer for guests that book at least 3 months in advance and pay in full at time of booking.
2. Dive Every Dive on Nitrox.

  • Normal Price 6 Euros per Nitrox Dive.
  • Nitrox Package 7 days/6 nights 18 dives: 62 Euros
  • Nitrox Package 13 days/ 12 nights 36 dives: 124 Euros

3. Take Nitrox Course on board Queen Scuba only 168 Euros, all nitrox dives are free of charge if you take the course on board.


Please Note:

  • Indonesia National Marine Park and Port Fee 2011 are not included.
  • National Park and Port Fees per person € 60 for whole trip.
  • Port and Park Fees are subject to change depending on government regulation.
  • US$/Euros are accepted on board at the boats exchange rate for that cruise.
  • Queen Scuba retains the right to alter prices without prior notice and/or introduce any additional charges as is deemed necessary.





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