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Ocean Hunter III Diving Cruise/Liveaboard   Palau, Micronesia

Ocean Hunter III

Welcome to Ocean Hunter III, the latest and most luxurious addition to the Ocean Hunter Fleet in Palau. The boat represents 25 years of knowledge in the liveaboard industry and like all of our liveaboards was designed by divers, for divers. Ocean Hunter III will be diving the reefs of Palau, plus special trips to places such as Yap. As usual with our fleet, you also have the knowledge and hospitality of our very experienced local crew.


Ocean Hunter III has 3 standard cabins, 3 deluxe cabins and 2 master staterooms all with private bath and a/c, and accommodates up to 16 guests with personal attention and plenty of space. There is a large dining room and a comfortable salon with sofas and an entertainment system. The salon also contains a high quality espresso machine. Alternatively you can relax in the jacuzzis on the spacious sun deck. Furthermore, Ocean Hunter III is designed for professional underwater photography, TV and Film production, with a sizeable working area, 110, 220 and 415 volt electrical outlets and extra storage space. Ocean Hunter III offers powerful PC’s for movie and video editing with download, email and cd burning services.

Technical diving support:

Nitrox, TRIMIX and Rebreather support
Nitrox certification available onboard
Twin Bauer compressors, Nitrox membrane

Production support:Photo by Tim Rock

Twin generators for high voltage equipment demand.
1.6 tons hydraulic crane offers lifting capacity for most ROV’s, underwater cameras and Mini-subs.
Enclosed and Air conditioned lab for scientific research and film productions.
Underwater Scooter
1200 Watt HMI lights to back-light corals, UV Filters, caves and wrecks.

Ocean Hunter III offers the very latest of high quality liveaboard experiences.

Our chefs serve fresh, low-fat gourmet cuisine.

A sample schedule of a day onboard the Ocean Hunter III:

06:30 - Gourmet coffee / tea and sweet rolls. Coffee is available throughout the day from our espresso machine.
07:00 - First morning dive
08:30 - Full Breakfast
10:00 - Second morning dive
11:30 - Snacks
11:45 - Third dive
13:00 - Lunch,
14:30 - Fourth dive
16:00 - Fruit smoothies and cake
17:00 - Dusk dive
19:00 - Night dive
20:15 - Dinner (can be served before night dive if requested)


Ocean Hunter III - History

Following 14 years of successfully operating Ocean Hunters I and II in the waters of Palau, owners Navot and Tova Bornovski had an urge to expand. Since then they Ocean Hunter IIIhave been looking for a suitable vessel to add to the fleet, one suitable not only for the waters around Palau, but also capable of longer distance trips around the unspoilt islands that scatter the Western Pacific Ocean.

Following the success of transforming the Harry Messel into Ocean Hunter II in 2003, the Bornovski's returned to the same source to find the latest addition to the fleet. Once again our latest ship was originally built and operated as a research vessel by the Australian Institute of Maritime Science (AIMS).

The RV Lady Basten was launched in 1978, intended primarily for operation in the waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Since then she went gone on to become the workhorse of the AIMS fleet, travelling all over from Ningaloo to Fraser Island, Timor to Papua New Guinea. During her life with AIMS she travelled over a million kilometres during over 7,500 days at sea.

In September 2007 the Lady Basten gained her new name, Ocean Hunter III and started her journey to Cebu, there to undergo a complete refit and renovation prior to her return to Palau in March 2008 as the newest and most luxurious liveaboard in town.



About the Bornovskis

Tova and Navot Bornovski are the owners and managers of the Ocean Hunter I, Ocean Hunter III and Fish 'n Fins, the pioneer dive shop in Palau. They bring decades of dive time to the table. This intrepid couple traversed the seas on a 4-year around-the-world sailing trip in the '80s and fell in love with Palau. They began to work on the first liveaboard to dive Palau, the highly acclaimed Sun-Tamarin. Tova and Navot worked as cook and dive master, respectively, for more than a year from 1986 to 1987, deepening their bond with Palau.

In 1993 after Navot had graduated as a Naval Architect and Mechanical Engineer in Israel, the Bornovskis returned to Palau, alongside friend Francis "Mr. Dive Palau" Toribiong. This time the Bornovskis crossed the Pacific in their newly- remodeled luxurious liveaboard, the Ocean Hunter, accompanied by their children Yarden (4) and Udi (3) at the time. Ever since, the Ocean Hunter has had a happy home in Palau and has taken out more than 350 groups of divers, all pampered by the same friendly family service provided by the Bornovskis and their experienced crew family. Yarden and Udi were joined by Liam and Gayl, born in Palau. They love meeting the children of divers venturing to Palau.

To explore Ocean Hunter III, see the menus at top and left. For small group diving in comfort, Ocean Hunter I can be found here. Or to explore Palau see the links below.

 

Ocean Hunter III – Food & Beverage

Ocean Hunter owner and reknowned chef and cookery writer Tova Har-El has developed ourPhoto by Peter Lange delicious gourmet menu. She has not only had extensive experience as a chef, but specifically as a liveaboard chef! She cooked on the first Palau liveaboard for more than a year and went out on the Ocean Hunter for the first six months in Palau, closely analyzing the tastes of hungry divers after exiting the water and learning to cater to their every taste whim. As a dedicated diver herself who knows the importance of low-fat, fiber rich meals, Tova designed our menu with international cuisines such as Palauan, Italian, Mediterranean, French and Japanese (with fresh sashimi and sushi), and with a bit of her own style as well. She has worked extensively with our cook Arlee. Below is a sample timetable for the food that Arlee will woo you with on a typical Ocean Hunter day.

Fresh vegetables and fruits are in abundance and will be served with every meal.
Photo by Tim Rock
We will gladly cater to vegetarian or any other dietary request.
Snacks will be served in between meals.

06:00 AM: Gourmet coffee and tea are served with fresh sweet rolls and cakes.

08:00 AM: After the first dive of the day, we serve a full breakfast.

12:30 PM: After the third dive of the day, it's time for a buffet lunch.

Afternoon: Daily fresh fruit smoothies will be served (papaya, pineapple, soursop, and many other local exotic fruits).

7:30 PM: On a white tablecloth with chinaware, dinner will be served after the night dive, with a different gourmet soup every night to warm you up, followed by fresh salad and the international dinner of the day. Dinner can be served before the night dive if preferred.

To explore Ocean Hunter III, see the menus at top and left. For small group diving in comfort, Ocean Hunter I can be found here. Or to explore Palau see the links below.

 

Ocean Hunter III – Safety

Safety remains a top priority at all times aboard the Ocean Hunter III. She has full safety equipment for all US Coast Guard requirements as well as an Emergency Oxygen Kit. A VHF marine radio and a cell phone maintain constant contact with land. Upon arrival, the crew will thoroughly brief you on safety aboard Ocean Hunter III, including use of life jackets, fire extinguishers and emergency exits. The crew has been specially trained in Emergency First Response, and all boating and diving emergencies.
 

  

  

Ocean Hunter III – Ship Specifications

Length: 96 feet (29m)
Beam: 26.25 feet (8m)
Draft: 9ft (2.75m)
Speed: 11 knots
Displacement: 226 tons
Construction: Steel
Engines: Twin 375 hp each
Guest Accommodations: For 16 guests. 2 Standard cabins (Cabins 2 & 5: one queen size bed, one single), 4 Deluxe cabins (Cabins 3, 4, 6 & 9: one king size bed, one single) and 2 upper deck Master Staterooms (one king size bed, one single), all with private head, shower and a/c.
Crew Accommodations: 2 double cabins, private heads.
Leisure areas: Dining room seats 18. Cozy salon with couches, entertainment systems, Espresso machine, Icemaker, Mini-bar. Computer room with email and photo / video editing services. Washing machine / dryer facility.
Fun in the Sun:2 Jacuzzis on top deck.
Generators: 2 by 60 KW
Available Voltage: 110/240/415 VAC 12/24 VDC
Water Tanks: 4000 gals (16000 liters)
Twin 1200 gals/day water makers
Fuel Tanks: 6000 gals (24000 liters)
Electronics: GPS x 3, Satellite Phone, Cellular Phone, 72 mile radar, Depth sounder x 2, Fish finder, VHF, HF Radio, CD, DVD, VCD. TV and VCR with support for European PAL, SECAM and American NTSC.
Chase boat: 35 ft Rigid Hull with 2 x 225 HP Yamaha 4 stroke.
Dive compressors: 2 X Bauer Compressors. NITROX and TRIMIX onboard. Rebreather support available.
Safety: Full safety equipment for USCG requirements, Emergency O2 Kit.


Upper Deck

 

Master State Rooms

Specially designed to Mega Yachts standards; the Master State Rooms boast a large living space, extra large double bed, private TV, DVD and Mini Bar, computer/toilette table and a sofa / bed. Large and spacious bathroom with ensuite shower and Microphor Toilet head providing silent and reliable operation. Large storage space and closets. Separately controlled A/C. 110/220 volts outlets.

 

 

Wheelhouse

Ocean Hunter III will be heading out on some very exciting trips, so we needed to make sure she was fully kitted out for safe long-range, open water sailing. With that in mind we've equipped the bridge to American Bureau of Shipping specifications - with 3 separate GPS systems, gyro compass and autopilot, multiple radios, vertical and 3D bottom scanners and a satellite phone.

 

 

Sun Deck

As always on the Ocean Hunter fleet we've given you as much room to relax in as we can. The Sun Deck on Ocean Hunter III is very spacious indeed, with ample loungers, chairs and tables for you to while away the lazy hours between dives. Or enjoy yourself in our two heated jacuzzis!

 

 

 


 

Main Deck


Salon

After your last dive of the day what better place to relax than in our luxurious salon. There are 4 large sofas to sit back on while watching a DVD on the 48" wallmounted flatscreen TV. A computer station has a high-spec machine ready for you to burn your photos and videos to disc. Alternatively take it easy with a book from our library, or by playing board games until it's time for bed.

 

 


Galley

A large, hygenic galley that produces a never-ending flow of fresh gourmet food. Industrial refrigerator and freezer units keep food fresh until needed, even on a long trip. Enough storage space that we never have to run out of fresh fruits and vegetables.

 

 

 


Dining Room

The beautiful wood finish to the interior means the dining and living area on Ocean Hunter III is a warm and homely area to relax in. 4 separate tables allow all our guests to eat together without inconvenience, on very comfortable padded seating. Also in the dining area you will find an icemaker, coffee machine 32" plasma tv and minibar / refrigerator.

 

 


Gear Room

Lots of room for everyone here. This semi-dry area has ample storage space for each individual diver, along with 415/220/110V outlets for charging cameras and batteries.

 

 

 




Dive Deck

Designed by divers for divers, Ocean Hunter III's dive deck is both spacious and efficient. It boasts individual storage bins, plenty of room for Nitrox and air tanks up to 100 cubic feet (15 litres) and a filling station that can provide gas mixing for Trimix, Nitrox and blends up to 100% oxygen. Plus enough room for you to move around in comfort at both the start and end of your dives.

 

 

 

Lower Deck

 

Deluxe Cabins

Our 4 deluxe cabins contain a large living space with king size double bed with single bunk above. The ensuite bathroom holds a shower, basin and a Microphor toilet head providing silent and reliable operation. Large storage space and closets. Separately controlled Air Conditioning and 110/220 volt outlets.

 

 

 

Standard Cabins

The 2 standard cabins on Ocean Hunter contain a queen size double bed along with a single bunk. As always there is a private ensuite bathroom with shower, basin and toilet. Large storage space and closets, separately controlled Air Conditioning and 110/220 volt outlets.

 

 

 

 

The Dives

Where are we going?
Ocean Hunter III will be travelling to all the usual spots and more! Not only willPhoto by Tim Rock you be diving all the world-famous spots of Palau such as the fabled Blue Corner, we'll be taking her further afield too. At the moment we have trips planned to the Southwest Islands of Palau / Northern Papua New Guinea, Yap and the Outer Islands of Yap, The Northern Marianas and more. These virtually undived reefs are in pristine condition and represent a once-in-a-lifetime diving experience. See "Prices and Schedule" for dates or check back soon for more details.

Maximizing your dives
The Ocean Hunter III crew will use their knowledge and experience to bring you to the right dive site at the right moment. Diving off the Ocean Hunter means you get personal attention, reefs without a crowd, easy entry into the water and a maximum bottom time! Instead of waiting for 25 other divers to surface or have them wait for you, you and your buddy can stay underwater as long as you like, without any pressure.

After giving you a briefing at least one divemaster will enter the water with you on every dive to guide, guard and assist.

Night dives are offered every night.


We welcome all levels of divers, from experienced to beginner. Our experienced instructors and divemasters will give you all the assistance and guidance you need. When your dive is over, you can climb back onboard and take a warm, freshwater shower right on the spacious dive deck before being offered a delicious snack such as cake or a fresh fruit smoothie. Where you live and where you dive is only a jump away.

Our chaseboat is a purpose-built 35ft rigid hull boat designed specifically for divers, with ample room and dry storage areas. Our chaseboat is always prepared to bring you to the dive sites when weather conditions require it. It is a rigid hull, semi-covered chaseboat, 35 feet long, with VHF marine radio and equipped with twin 225 HP Yamaha four stroke engines.

 


 


What is Nitrox?

Picture yourself on a dive off the Ocean Hunter III at the always stunning Blue Corner. You are hooked into the reef corner at 60 feet/18 metres as uncountable sharks loom around you, and two huge eagle rays hover effortlessly in the current against a backdrop of blackbar barracuda. All too soon, you have to ascend to a shallower depth to remain within the no-decompression diving limits. As you longingly look back down at the corner, you see two other divers still down there, and they started the dive at the same time as you! They have bright yellow and green Nitrox labels on their tanks. How does this work?

Nitrox, or Enriched Air, is a mixture of air with less nitrogen and more oxygen than the normal air we breathe from our scuba tanks. Normal air contains approximately 21% oxygen and 79% nitrogen. NITROX is available in mixtures of 32% oxygen, 36% oxygen and 40% oxygen. This higher oxygen percentage and lower nitrogen percentage in the air means that there is less nitrogen to dissolved into the bloodstream of a Nitrox user at the same time and depth as someone breathing normal air. Therefore, Nitrox lets you stay down for longer. You also benefit by shorter surface intervals due to less outgasing required, and at the end of the day you’ll feel less fatigued from the reduced physiological effort of outgasing nitrogen. And perhaps the greatest advantage of NITROX is its enhancement of safe diving. NITROX reduces risks for decompression illness and will help you make the most of your unlimited diving aboard Ocean Hunter III.


Nitrox Course OnboardNitrox filling on Ocean Hunter III

You can get certified in using NITROX right aboard Ocean Hunter III! The course is divided into 4 hours of theory, 2 NITROX dives with the Instructor, and the final exam. If you plan to arrive in Palau a few days before boarding the Ocean Hunter, our dive shop Fish 'n Fins can certify you in NITROX.

Nitrox Dives Onboard

Ocean Hunter III has two separate filling stations enabling both silver air tanks and yellow NITROX tanks to be filled at the same time. Our IANTD certified gas-blender crew will pump your tank to the required O2 content and then analyze it. Before the dive, you’ll analyze your own tank with a second analyzer and sign a sheet stating the O2% in your tank and your maximum depth. Then you’ll slip into the water with all the benefits of NITROX.

Nitrox Costs

Pricing for Nitrox onboard Ocean Hunter depends on your requirements.

Full Nitrox 32% for 7 day trip : ...$199
Full Nitrox 32% for 14 day trip : ...$285
Nitrox 32% per tank : ...$10.50 per tank


Dive Safety

The nearest hyperbaric chamber is in Koror, the main town of Palau. However, we maintain safe diving practices aboard the Ocean Hunter at all times.

A divemaster will give a thorough briefing and get in the water with you on every dive. Our crew is highly trained and experienced in maintaining dive safety and handling diving emergencies.

An Emergency Oxygen Kit is onboard the boat. We do require all guests to dive with a safety sausage, which can be purchased from our shop before boarding the boat. NITROX diving, available onboard, greatly enhances safety, increasing bottom time as well.


Itinerary

Below is a typical schedule for your trip onboard Ocean Hunter III. Your actual schedule may vary as all our trips are based around sea conditions, tides, currents and moon cycles. We want to dive the right site at the right time!

Typical Itinerary for 7 day trip:

Day 1 Photo by Peter Lange

We will pick you up from your hotel at 10:30AM. You can get your gear ready and have lunch on board.
12:30-1PM: First dive on Helmet Wreck (WWII Japanese ship which is easy to dive and you can check your gear and weights)
2:00-4:30PM- Ocean Hunter III will cross the lagoon to German Channel
4:30PM- Second dive at German Channel or Big Drop Off.
7PM Night dive
Dinner (can be moved before night dive at customer request on any day)

 

Days 2, 3, 4:

Wake up at 6:00-6:30AM with coffee, tea and sweet rolls
The diving on these days will be at some of the following divesites: German Channel, Big Drop Off, New Drop Off, Blue Holes, German wall, Barnum wall, Blue Corner, Virgin blue hole, Turtle Cove, Ngedebus coral gardens, Ngedebus wall, Fairyland, etc..
7AM First dive
8:30AM- Full breakfast
10:00AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00 PM- Third dive
4:00 PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

 

Day 5:

Ocean Hunter III moves to the Peleliu area and we dive at the following divesites:
Peleliu Wall, Peleliu Corner, Peleliu Coral Garden, Orange Wall, Peleliu Expressway, White Beach, Yellow Wall, Peleliu Cut, etc
For those who are interested we can offer a land tour on the island of Peleliu which was a major battlefield during WWII.
7AM First dive
8:30AM- Full breakfast
10:00AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00 PM- Third dive
4:00 PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

 

Day 6:Photo by Tim Rock

Return to Ngemelis area for another dive and then make our way to Jellyfish Lake (snorkelling and hiking) and then to on Ulong.
Places that we dive there are: Ulong Channel, Siaes Tunnel, Siaes Corner and Shark City.
7AM First dive
8:30AM- Full breakfast
10:00AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00-1:30PM- Third dive
4:00 PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

 

Day 7:

A dive in the Ulong area and then as we approach Koror, a shipwreck dive (Iro or Chuyo Maru) and then Chandelier Cave. If time permits we can also offer a trip to Mandarinfish Lake. Arrive at the dock in the late afternoon. Guests can rinse their gear and start packing.
Photo by Peter Lange 7AM First dive
8:30AM- Full breakfast
10:00AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00PM- Third dive
4:00 PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

Day 8- Guests have breakfast at 7:00 AM and disembark Ocean Hunter III at 8:00 AM. We provide the transportation to the hotel or the airport.

 

Typical Itinerary for 10 day trip:

Day 1:

We will pick you up from your hotel at 10:30AM. You can get your gear ready and have lunch on board.
12:30-1PM: First dive on Helmet Wreck (WWII Japanese ship which is easy to dive and you can check your gear and weights)
2:00-4:30PM- Ocean Hunter III will cross the lagoon to German Channel
4:30- Second dive at German Channel or Big Drop Off.
7PM Night dive
Dinner

 

Days 2, 3, 4:

Wake up at 6:00-6:30AM with coffee, tea and sweet rolls
The diving on these days will be at some of the following divesites: German Channel, Big Drop Off, New Drop Off, Blue Holes, German wall, Barnum wall, Blue Corner, Virgin blue hole, Turtle Cove, Ngedebus coral gardens, Ngedebus wall, Fairyland, etc..
7AM First dive
8:30AM- Full breakfast
10AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00PM- Third dive
4:00PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive, Dinner

 

Days 5,6:

Ocean Hunter III sails to the Peleliu area and we dive some of the following divesites:
Peleliu Wall, Peleliu Corner, Peleliu Coral Garden, Orange Wall, Peleliu Expressway, White Beach, Yellow Wall, Peleliu Cut, etc
For those who are interested we can offer a land tour on the island of Peleliu which was a major battlefield during WWII.
7AM First dive
8:30AM- Full breakfast
10:00AM- Second divePhoto by Peter Lange
12 noon- Lunch
1:00 PM- Third dive
4:00 PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

 

Day 7:

Return to the Blue Corner/Ngemelis area for another day of diving
The diving on these days will be done at some of the following divesites: German Channel, Big Drop Off, New Drop Off, Blue Holes, German Wall, Barnum Wall, Blue Corner, Virgin blue hole, Turtle Cove, Ngedebus Coral Gardens, Ngedebus Wall, Fairyland, etc..
7AM First dive
8AM- Full breakfast
10:00AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00PM- Third dive
4:00PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

  

 

Day 8:

Diving in the area of Ngerechong Island and visit to Jellyfish lake
7AM First dive
8AM- Full breakfast
10:00AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00PM- Visit to Jellyfish lake (instead of third dive)
4:00PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

 

Day 9:

Diving at the Ulong Island area. Among the Dive sites that we will explore are: Ulong Channel, Ulong wall, Siaes Tunnel, Siaes Corner, Ulong Coral Garden
7AM First dive
8:30AM- Full breakfastPhoto by Tim Rock
10:00AM- Second dive
12 noon- Lunch
1:00-1:30PM- Third dive
4:00 PM- Fourth dive
7PM - Night dive
Dinner

 

Day 10
7AM First dive on one of the WWII wrecks (Iro or Chuyo Maru)
8AM- Full breakfast
10AM- Second dive (dive on Jake Seaplane, a WWII airplane)
12 noon- Lunch
1:00PM- Third dive at Chandelier Cave
4:00-5:00 PM - Return to dock. Divers can wash your gear and will have dinner on board

 

Onboard Information

Previous Dive Experience
Since we cater to such a small group, we are very flexible in accommodating all levels of divers, from beginners to professionals.

Water TemperaturePhoto by Peter Lange
The average water temperature is a warm 28 degrees Celsius, 83 degrees Fahrenheit. For protection in the water, a 3mm wetsuit, full or shorty, a skin, or even a t-shirt pleases most guests.

Gear to Bring
Don't forget your mask, fins, snorkel, wetsuit, regulator with pressure gauge, BCD, dive computer/depth gauge/dive watch, dive gloves, optional dive knife, safety sausage (required) and reef hook. What is a Reef Hook? Reefhooks and safety sausages are available in our shop. You'll have ample storage space for your gear. If you need to rent gear, you can do so upon arrival at our shop. Show me a list of rental gear and prices.

Equipment Provided Onboard
We freely provide weight belts, weights, and standard aluminum size 80 tanks, also some size 60 and 100 tanks. We also provide all the clean towels you'll need throughout the trip. Unlike other liveaboards who give you any person's used towel, you get your own color-coded, warm, dry towel after each dive.

Communication Onboard
We have a marine VHF radio and a cell phone that we use to keep in touch with the office in town three times a day. Family members or friends can reach guests onboard by calling the ship cell phone at 680-777-2290, or they can leave a message at the Ocean Hunter office (680- 488-2637) . Guests may of course use the ship cell phone, though at-cost charges apply.

Electricity
Very quiet generators supply 24-hour electricity in 110 and 220 volts, with standard American outlets for two/three prong plugs. There are at least 4 outlets in each cabin. All 60 outlets are regulated and surge protected.

Entertainment
On-board is a 42" Plasma TV in the lounge, a 32" Plasma TV in the dining room and 24" TV's in the Master Staterooms. We also have a DVD player, CD stereo and VCD player. We have a wonderful collection of DVDs, CDs and VCDs, and we invite you to bring your own as well! We also have an extensive marine library for you to browse.

  


Tipping
Tipping is a personal matter, but for guests who have requested guidance on the subject: the Ocean Hunter is a U.S. standard liveaboard, with crew's salaries based on tipping (upon your satisfaction). The average tip generally runs 7.5%-10% of the trip cost.

Medical Support Onboard
We have a well-equipped first aid kit onboard, including oxygen. You should bring anti-seasickness medication and eardrops if you feel you will need them.Photo by Tim Rock

Smoking
Smoking is only allowed in designated areas on the outside deck of the Ocean Hunter III.

Bar
Ocean Hunter III offers a full bar and refrigerator of drinks for guests. Mineral water is always free, however we must charge $1.50 for soft drinks and $3.00 for beer. These charges go towards developing a much-needed recycling program in Palau for the disposal of the cans. You are responsible for marking down your own tab at the refrigerator. Fine wine is available from $40 to $75 per bottle. See Extra Prices for more information.

To explore Ocean Hunter III, see the menus at top and left. For small group diving in comfort, Ocean Hunter I can be found here. Or to explore Palau see the links below.

 

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