Catanaya Catamaran Batangas to Palawan Week-long Charter
This 46-foot Tiki Wharram catamaran was built to cruise the 7107 Philippine Islands. In addition to the galley, she offers three twin berths for guests to sleep in, as well as a fourth for guests or personnel. There is a sufficient covered deck area for fancy dining or just lounging on mats and bean bags. Forward, there are trampolines where you can relax or watch dolphins play in Naya’s wake. While day sailing, there is enough room to accommodate up to fourteen people.
In a moderate breeze, Naya will reach 8 knots and whisk you away wherever you want to go. For more information on where to go in the Philippines, see our suggested cruise routes or book one of our Yacht Charter packages.
• An 8-Day island hopping cruise from Laiya, Batangas to El Nido, Palawan
• Exclusive use of the yacht for up to 8 people only
• Snorkeling Gears
• Full Onboard Meals
What's Not Included?
• Food and Drinks
• Docking & Environmental Fees
• Delivery Fee
DELIVERY FEES (per way)
• Free - Laiya, San Juan
• Php 5,000 - Lobo
• Php 10,000 - Berberabe Port, Batangas
• Php 15,000 - Mabini, Lemery, Calatagan
• Php 20,000 - Nasugbu, Lian
• Php 30,000 - (per day) Palawan, Boracay
• PHP 500/person per meal
Verde Island is a renowned destination for its beautiful coral reefs and tranquil waters. It is situated in the middle of the Coral Triangle and has an impressively high concentration of marine species, making it a very popular choice for diving enthusiasts from all over the world. You'll get to explore the island during the day before spending the night in Puerto Galera.
You'll wake up to the stunning view of Puerto Galera Bay and spend the day cruising, swimming, kayaking and exploring one of the most beautiful bays in the Philippines. Snorkeling is an activity not to be missed while in Puerto Galera! You'll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with amazing coral reefs, schools of fish, colorful corals, sponges and so much more. The best part is that you can borrow snorkeling equipment for free on the boat, so you can make the most of your Puerto Galera snorkeling experience!
Diving with Dugongs
We'll head up to the best Dugong watching spots to get a glimpse of these gentle sea cows in their natural habitat. Also considered as the mermaids of the sea, this unique creature looks like a manatee but shares a fluked tail similar to a whale. They are the only vegetarian marine mammals and can eat up to 50 kilograms of grass a day!
As part of ecotourism initiatives, you will be briefed by your tour guide on how to safely approach these gentle creatures without disturbing them. Please note that touching is prohibited, and at least 5 meters distance away from the dugong is required.
Wrecks & Lakes
See the sunken remnant of World War II as you enjoy a dive at Irako Wreck. Submerged 40 meters deep underwater, the former Japanese Refrigeration Ship is 147 meters long and 19 meters wide, and is fully covered by hard and soft corals that can be visibly seen from the surface because of the crystal clear waters of the lake. Undoubtedly one of the best wreck dive sites in Busuanga, you have the opportunity to spot hunting tunas, groupers, green sea turtles, lionfish, and even barracudas swimming around.
This lake is famous not because of Barracudas but because of a secret hidden in its waters—an otherworldly thermocline that's unlike anywhere else in the world. Containing both fresh and salt water, the temperature gradually increases as you dive deeper before instantly becoming cold again just a few meters above the lake's sandy bed. A curious and unique sensorial diving experience coupled with impressive limestone formations that you shouldn't miss.
Home to emerald lagoons, crystal clear waters, and dramatic limestone cliffs, El Nido is one of the famous tourist destinations in the country. Discover its beauty as we cruise to the best remote islands and lagoons that will surely take your breath away.
There's a reason why tourists from all over the world have been drawn to visit El Nido and there's no better way to discover it than to experience it yourself.
Linapacan Island is the most beautiful and best-kept secret of the Philippines. We'll cruise to each beautiful white beach and cove of your choice so you get to make the most out of your Palawan sailing vacation.