As always, liveaboards are the best way to discover new landscapes. This is especially true in those regions where islands and dive sites are often distant of several dozens nautic miles.
They offer you the possibility to plan your schedule according to the following only : diving, eating, diving, eating, diving, eating. Relaxing time guaranteed, while enjoying water-based activities.
Another advantage would be that, while travelling long distances on your liveaboard, you will happen to see very different biotopes. Only in this part of the world you can see that.
From mola molas in Nusa Penida to Manta rays in Gilli Banta, from « Muck Dives » in Lembeh to drift dives with sharks in Rinca, from ULTRA MACRO in Nusa Tangarra to memorable night dives in Maratua.
Whether during a liveaboard in Bali Komodo or around north of Sulawesi, in Bangka, Raja Ampat, you will definitely have great images and memories to take home and never be disappointed !
Ambai is a 32m long ironwood vessel, powered by a 600 HP engine. First launched in July 2012, this comfortable and stable boat has been especially made for live aboard. Ambai has 8 cabins, two of which opening onto the upper deck, all have private bathrooms (with toilets and hot water showers). This spacious boat […]
The Black Manta is a 32 X 7 meters steel yacht, with two huge 500 CV motors. Built by divers for divers, it’s a spacious boat, comfortable and stable on sea. Operational since 2006, Black Manta is ranged between the 5 stars liveaboard. This ship offers round trips from May to October in Komodo, Raja […]
Cheng Ho is an ironwood schooner (sailboat), 33m long and 10m wide. It is a traditional Phinisi from the land of Bugis, south of Sulawasi. This gorgeous boat combines the comfort of modern ships with the charm of old vessels. She is equipped with a 347HP engine and 3 auxiliary engines, and 110 and 220 […]
Duyung Baru is a small traditional Phinisi, 27m long and 5,6m wide. Volker Korth, nicknamed Vovo, owns this gorgeous boat. This passionate Divemaster, a German citizen, has been living in Indonesia for more than 15 years. Duyung Baru is his second boat and needless to say she has been thought of in the smallest details. […]
MY Oceanic is a traditional Indonesian Phinisi, 28m long by 6m wide, offering year-round liveaboards in Indonesia Komodo National Park, Flores and Alor straits and Forgotten Island, the new booming destination in Indonesia. Completely renovated in 2016, the MY Oceanic is equipped with a 260CV Doosan engine, 3 generators that supply power in 110 and […]
The Galigo is a traditional Indonesian Phinisi, 33m long by 7.85 wide, built in 2012. This beautiful 2-mast sailboat sails year-round between Komodo Park, Raja Ampat marine sanctuary and Wakatobi, the booming destination, south of Sulawesi. The boat is equipped with a 350CV Mitsubishi engine, 2 generators provide power in 110 and 220 Volts. Its […]