>Officially known as Cheng I Sao, The Phinisi (pronounced Pinisi) is fully equipped to accommodate 18 divers in seven en-suite cabins with individual air conditioning units. Guests can choose between flexible double/twin, fixed twins and quad cabins. Full of character and charm, The Phinisi also has quite a remarkable history.
>Custom built in 2007 as a liveaboard yacht in classic Indonesian Phinisi style, The Phinisi became part of the Worldwide Dive and Sail fleet as Sampai Jumpa Lagi. In 2008 it was renamed Siren, the first vessel to bear the name of what became known as Siren Fleet. It successfully operated in Thailand, Myanmar, the Andaman Islands, Indonesia and the Maldives. Taking a break from hosting liveaboards for the past few years, The Phinisi was been cruising with guests on day trips around the islands near Phuket. Now it is back with new colors and name but with the same characteristic style and outstanding service that people have become accustomed to on The Junk.
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