MV FeBrina, together with skipper/owner Alan Raabe, has been working in Papua New Guinea waters since 1991 when she arrived at her home port, Walindi Plantation Resort.
The quality diving experience MV FeBrina offers can be quantified by the high number of repeat clientele she enjoys.
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Only $299 / night *
MV FeBrina is a traditional style, boutique liveaboard dive vessel, comfortable, stable and catering for both recreational divers and underwater photographers.
MV FeBrina cruises from her home port, Walindi Plantation Resort, visiting areas further afield such as Witu Islands, Fathers Reefs, South Coast New Britain and Rabaul.
MV FeBrina has three decks - the lower deck houses the guest cabins, the main deck is diving and guest communal areas and the wheelhouse and crew quarters are on the upper deck.
MV FeBrina accommodates a maximum of 12 guests in 7 cabins, including 2 smaller single cabins. All have ensuite bathroom facilities and individual airconditioning.
Our Papua New Guinean crew are all long time members of the FeBrina team, dedicated to ensuring our guests are happy, comfortable and experiencing our diving at it's best.
MV FeBrina's schedules list departure dates, itineraries and pricing, however for further information and availability on selected dates, please contact Joelle Raabe.
The reefs are pristine and offer what I assume is diving as it was 100 years ago. The bonus was Orcas on the last day, something that I will not soon forget.Travellin-Tireman, Canada (Trip Advisor - June 2014)
Walindi is a beautiful hotel in a gloriously tropical surrounding. The diving is absolutely top class and worth the effort getting there.Jason R., Trip Advisor - July 2014
Febrina is one of those rare nuggets of authenticity in a growing sea of fabrications.Michael D. Crane AICP, Crane Associates Inc, Vermont - July 2015
The coral reefs of Kimbe Bay take me back forty years, to a time when corals grew in lush profusion, untroubled by the problems that beset them today. I am hard pressed to think of anywhere on earth that has this combination of vibrant health, diversity and beauty.Prof Charles Veron (Former Chief Scientist, Australian Institute of Marine Science)