Indonesia: 75 liveaboards available for upcoming departures
Gaia Love Liveaboard in Indonesia is a brand new 40m steel hulled vessel with Lavish luxury meets modern design. She was purpose built for divers to explore the far reaches of Indonesia. Fall in love with her contemporary look and styling, with an emphasis on comfort. Up to 22 guests are accommodated in 11 spacious, impeccably furnished rooms on two decks. With a total of four decks, there is more than enough room for everyone and everything you could wish for on a liveaboard.
Sea Safari 8
Sea Safari 8 in Indonesia is part of the Sea Safari fleet. She is a 34 metre traditional Indonesian Phinisi vessel that was fully renovated in 2015. She can accommodate 24 guests onboard in a range of ensuite cabin types. There is a spacious indoor saloon with an entertainment system, an outdoor bar area and meals onboard are a delicious mix of local and international cuisine. The cruises integrate land visits, and she welcomes guests who wish to get certified or dive for the first time.
Alila Purnama Liveaboard in Indonesia is a traditional Phinisi that is one of the most luxurious in Indonesia. At 46 metres she caters for only ten guests in 5 cabins that match the luxury of the Alila resorts. All cabins have ensuite bathrooms with separate toilets. The Master Suite is even larger and has a private sundeck with loungers and a balcony. There is plenty of space both inside and out for relaxation with many activities in addition to the diving offered.
Tarata Liveaboard in Indonesia is a 25m budget friendly vessel offering just six cabins on her lower deck as a mix of double and twin bunk beds all with en suite bathroom. There is a combined lounge and dining area with an entertainment system. The sundeck has lounge chairs to relax in, and there are some land excursions between dives. Photographers are catered for with a preparation table and charging station, and there are individual storage areas for each guest and fresh-water showers.
Nyaman Liveaboard in Indonesia is a 32m luxury wooden Phinisi liveaboard for 14 guests in her seven teak cabins, all with climate control and en suite bathrooms. The indoor saloon and dining area are finished to a high standard, plus there is an outdoor dining area and a sun lounging area with shade and comfortable seating. There are many activities on offer, such as treks with the dragons and snorkelling. Diving is another activity on offer with the cruise director.
Maluku Explorer is a 34m comfortable and spacious liveaboard that can accommodate up to 16 guests in her nine cabins. They range from a huge premium cabin to highly valued single cabins. The upper deck has a sun deck with loungers and an air-conditioned lounge with an entertainment system. Both local and international cuisine meals are served buffet style in the dining room. The dive deck is spacious and supported by two zodiacs for easy drop off and pick up.
Mantra Liveaboard in Indonesia is a 23-metre boat with scheduled trips to Raja Ampat, Komodo, the Forgotten Islands and across the Banda Sea. Only six divers per trip mean that you can expect highly personalised and attentive service. Environmentally conscious divers will appreciate that Mantra was designed to be eco-friendly, with state-of-the-art solar panels and a high-efficiency inverter that allow her to run most of the time without using generators.
Pindito Liveaboard in Indonesia with over 25 years of experience is the pioneer of liveaboard diving in Indonesia. Lovingly built to the highest standards and meticulously maintained by owner Edi Frommenwiler, the 38m Pindito continues to set the standard for smooth and safe sailing. In continuous operation since 1992, Pindito's crew is unmatched when it comes to diving knowledge and experience in Indonesia. She comfortably accommodates 16 guests in 8 air-conditioned, en-suite cabins, newly renovated as of June 2017.
Hatiku in Indonesia is a 38m classic Phinisi with a modern design for 12 guests in her six en suite cabins. The saloon has panoramic windows and is also used as the dining room if guests prefer to eat inside rather than alfresco; the cuisine is Asian combined with western. There are three deck areas, a shaded stern, a partly shaded mid-deck and the sundeck on the upper level all with comfortable seating. Divers have a camera room, rinse tanks and showers.
Davy Jones Liveaboard in Indonesia is also known as Cahaya Bersama. She is a 27m traditional wooden vessel that can accommodate nine guests in her four cabins. They are mostly double bed cabins along with one triple cabin, all with ensuite bathrooms and climate control. There is a large alfresco dining area and bar, here a mix of western and Indonesian meals are served. The dive deck area is spacious, and there is a tender for ease of drop of and pickups.