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M/V French Polynesia Master


The M/V French Polynesia Master is the newest vessel in the Master fleet. Built by divers, for divers, she departed on her maiden voyage at the end of 2016. Enjoy some of the top dive sites in French Polynesia on board this stunning liveaboard vessel.

The M/V French Polynesia Master welcomes a total of 25 divers on each liveaboard trip, maximizing safety and comfort for all guests on board. Both 7 and 10 night diving safaris are offered on board this stunning vessel. Guests will be able to choose between standard and premium twin/double cabins on the lower, mid and upper deck. Cabins feature en-suite facilities and individual air conditioning units alongside ample storage room for your personal belongings. For your added convenience and flexibility, the M/V French Polynesia Master offers cabins that can be used either as a twin or as a double bedded room.

The communal areas available to guests include a spacious indoor lounge on the middle deck. Relax and unwind from your day's diving while watching your favourite movie or your latest underwater shots on the plasma screen television. The indoor dining area brings you a tantalising array of mouth-watering meals. Take in the spectacular scenery of French Polynesia from the shaded outdoor lounging area on the upper deck. Bask on the upper deck after a sunbathing session and enjoy the stunning topography surrounding you.

Photographers can take full advantage of the camera set-up station. Additional storage drawers mean that even photography charter groups will have no problem finding enough space for their equipment!

Dive equipment is set up and stored on the rear of the main deck. All guests are allocated an individual set up station, with under bench storage for masks, fins and other personal items. A central camera table can be used to store prepared equipment ahead of the dive, with dedicated rinse tanks provided. Divers can take advantage of the on deck shower hoses or use the starboard side deck head to rinse off between dives.

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