MV FeBrina is a steel monohull motor vessel with steel/aluminium superstructure, 73 feet in length with a 20 foot beam and twin propellors. Built in 1972 in Western Australia with major refits in 1977, 2010 and 2013, MV FeBrina is a traditional, old style dive liveaboard, purpose built for divers.

Ship Layout

MV FeBrina has three decks, the lower deck houses the guest accommodation and engine room.  The main deck is where you will find the saloon and galley, dive deck, dive platform and an area for relaxing in the sun on the bow. The wheelhouse, laundry and crew quarters are located on the upper deck.

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Main Deck

MV FeBrina's main deck is the mid level deck on the boat.  This is the social hub of the vessel, with the saloon/dining room, galley, bar area and dive deck on this level. There is also an area on the bow of the boat for relaxing in the sun between dives.  

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Accommodation Deck

MV FeBrina has accommodation for 12 passengers in 7 air-conditioned cabins, all of which are on the lower deck. Access is via traditional ladder type staircases from the main deck. Air conditioning units are all individual split system units, controlled from your cabin. Each cabin has a plentiful supply of towels, with used towels being collected daily for laundering. The cabins have been custom built to make maximum use of space available. Bathroom facilities all have regular flush toilets.

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