A newly-updated luxury vessel with an expert team, fantastic facilities, and exciting safarisfrom $343 /day
- Spacious common areas with air-conditioned lounge and shaded dive deck
- On-deck camera facilities and a newly-built dedicated camera room
- Spacious and modern cabins with ample storage and plenty of natural light
- Thrilling week-long itineraries cruising Bohol, Visayas, Malapascua, Leyte, and Tubbataha Reef
Infiniti is a recently renovated modern power yacht offering week-long trips through the Philippines’ most impressive diving areas - Tubbataha Reef, Malapascua and Leyte, Bohol, and the Visayas. This internationally acclaimed vessel boasts generous air-conditioned relaxation areas, a custom-designed diving deck, and brand new camera room with exceptional facilities. You can expect plenty of little luxuries, including sumptuous meals, seamless customer service, free use of watersports equipment, and a well-stocked bar. And, with small dive groups, nitrox, and hands-on guiding from local experts, Infinity represents some of the best value for money in the region.
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Infiniti is an internationally acclaimed liveaboard which was custom-designed and built by divers for divers. After its construction in 2013, in Thailand, Infiniti operated within the Andaman Islands and was listed among the top 25 luxury experiences of India. The newly renovated vessel has since moved to the Philippines, offering luxurious and exciting seven-day trips exploring the region’s many islands, vibrant coral reefs and rich marine life. Infiniti is the only liveaboard in the Philippines, which is classed and certified by RINA for unrestricted navigation in the open ocean – ensuring maximum safety and comfort.
This is one of the region’s most spacious vessels, boasting four generous decks with comfortable cabins and multiple relaxation areas, including a beautiful indoor lounge and huge sundeck equipped with hammocks. Designed for ease of use, the Infiniti’s design also includes modern facilities for divers, as well as a camera room and extensive marine ID library. You’ll enjoy highly personalised service from a passionate and energetic crew throughout your week at sea, with round-the-clock care and attention.
Infiniti was built specifically for diving and is the only RINA classed vessel in the Philippines, boasting extra comfort and safety. Guests can expect stylishly-appointed cabins with newly refinished interiors and all the comforts of home. Plus, a spacious air-conditioned dining room and lounge with comfortable seating, a modern entertainment centre, and a well-stocked library. Infiniti’s world-class chef serves delicious buffet-style meals blending local and western dishes, and night-time barbecues on the sundeck. Infiniti’s huge sundeck features cushioned loungers and hammocks, providing the ultimate spot for sunbathing, self-guided yoga, dolphin-watching or star-gazing.
Diving from Infiniti
Infiniti boasts a large shaded dive deck, custom-designed for easy equipment storage, kit-up, and buddy checks, as well as two dive tenders. This boat features individual dive stations for each guest as well as dedicated freshwater rinsing tanks for electronics. Top of the line scuba equipment can be rented onboard, and nitrox is also available. Guests are invited to dive up to four times per day, including night and dusk dives, led by a highly-skilled international team of PADI professionals and eagle-eyed local spotters. Infinity also features a brand new camera room which is equipped with charging stations, workspaces, shelves, drawers, computer and media centre, plasma screens and camera rinse tanks.
- Pack plenty of sun protection and all the essentials from home, as shopping is non-existent in these remote diving areas!
- You’ll need Advanced Open Water certification and 30 logged dives to join Infiniti’s most adventurous itineraries.
- Bring a bit of pocket cash for onboard extras like gear rental, nitrox, gratuities, and drinks from the bar.
- This boat's modern camera room is one of the region’s finest, ideal for dedicated underwater photographers.