Popular Madang-based tourism vessel mv Kalibobo Spirit has undergone annual survey at Norship Shipyard in
“The ship returned to PNG on Christmas Eve after it had a complete paint job undertaken by the shipyard and night vision and infa-red camera was installed to improve safety on the
Kalibobo Spirit provides the perfect way to see the coastal ports, islands and
The 30m vessel was built in
The ship is fully-stabilised, carries the latest navigation equipment including sonar and provide luxurious accommodation for up to 16 guests in four queen, three singles and a state room, all with ensuites, air conditioning, television and telephone.
There is a dining room, lounge, cocktail bar and three covered decks to observe and relax.
Facilities aboard the vessel include two zodiac tenders, a fast aluminium river boat that can carry 20 passengers at 50mph along the
The ship is equipped with a dive shop which enables guests to dive some of the most-pristine waters in the world.
Whilst the Kalibobo Spirit is primarily for charter, several cruises to the
Since the Kalibobo Spirit arrived it has had cruises throughout the Bismarck Sea including Manus, New Ireland, Rabaul, West New Britain, Siassi, Madang,
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