Palawan divers boats are named Irawadi I, II & IV. Irawadi I and II are local fishing boats converted into diving vessels and Irawadi IV is a twin 115hp speed boat. In the Philippines, the bancas are the traditional fishing boats but newer ones include scuba diving boats –  outrigger boats that are spacious and comfortable. To ensure your safety and enjoyment, we only accept a maximum of 8 guests on each boat.

Palawan Divers boats: Irawadi IV

  • Diver capacity: 16
  • Max Divers on board : 8
  • Length : 10 m
  • Twin 115 HP Mercury engines
  • Complimentary drinking water, brewed coffee, tea, cookies and fruits
  • O2 equipment and first-aid box
  • Spare dive equipment and toolbox
  • VHF & cellphone
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Palawan Divers boats: Irawadi II

  • Divers capacity: 18
  • Max divers on board : 8
  • Length : 18 m
  • Complimentary drinking water, brewed coffee, tea, cookies and fruits
  • O2 equipment and first-aid box
  • Spare dive equipment and toolbox
  • VHF & cellphone

Palawan divers boats: Irawadi I

  • Max divers capacity: 12
  • Max divers on board : 8
  • Length : 14 m
  • Complimentary drinking water, brewed coffee, tea, cookies and fruits
  • O2 equipment and first-aid box
  • Spare dive equipment and toolbox
  • VHF & cellphone

Palawan Divers Boats: what’s an Irawadi ?

Irawadi sounds like the famous river in Myanmar, but it’s an endangered dolphin living in El Nido’s waters. It looks similar to the beluga. There are still around 60 of them between Bacuit Bay and Tay Tay.

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