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Solomons Master

About Solomons Master

Solomons Master is a 90ft long scuba diving liveaboard based in Papua New Guinea. In 2015 they renovated the yacht. Solomon Master, has 12 cabins and they hold up to 20 guests. The lower deck standard single and standard twin share cabins have shared bathrooms. The upper deck classic rooms have ensuite bathrooms. Enjoy our blog article on 110,000 Reasons to go Liveaboard.

Solomons Master Diving

You'll find 992 islands out here. However, only 147 of these islands are inhabited. They typically do 10-night / 11-day scuba diving trips around the islands. More importantly, they travel to such places as Guadalcanal, Honiara, Munda, Rebaul, and Tufi. Some of the popular hot spots include: Leru Cut, Mirror Pond, Mbulo Caves, and Cave of the Custom Shark, Mary's Island, Morovo Lagoon, Devil's Highway and Twin Tunnels. While on Solomons Master, you can explore a plethora of World War II and the battle of Guadalcanal wrecks. Some popular wrecks include: Bonegi I the Hirokawa Maru and Bonegi II the Kinugawa Maru. The Searpens, Wildcat F4F, Douglas Dauntless bomber, a Japanese I1 submarine, the H6K4 Kawanishi Flying Boat, Japanese supply ships, a B-17 Bomber, and “White Beach”. You might also like diving the Wreck of the Ann and the Uepi fishing pier.

Attractions and Activities

International and local cuisine are prepared buffet style in the dining area on the main deck. They can also arrange for vegetarian or Gluten free on request if done well in advance. Fresh lime juice, coffee, and tea are free. Soft drinks, cocktails, beer, and wine are available for purchase. In addition, the main deck has a large lounge and tv area. Nitrox is available. Moreover, they have a dedicate camera area, use two zodiac tenders or Dohoni. You may also have time for snorkeling and shore excursions to visit archaeological caves, see the skulls of former head hunters, and/or view waterfalls and rivers. Moreover, you can visit the Vilu War Museum and the American War Museum, or purchase local foods, wood carvings, and experience local markets and customs.

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