Indonesia: 90 liveaboards available for upcoming departures
Looking for a comfortable yet affordable liveaboard diving adventure to the most sought-after destinations in Indonesia? Look no further, La Galigo is the liveaboard for you! She was conceived in 2014 by two avid divers looking to fill this niche in the Indonesian liveaboard market. Built in 2012, La Galigo is a 33m traditional Phinisi style sailboat. She was designed by an avid liveaboard diver with comfort and practicality in mind, ensuring an incredible experience without breaking the bank.
Busy Girl Liveaboard in Indonesia is a 15m wooden vessel catering to just four guests, offering an almost private cruise. There are only two cabins, a double or a twin set up. Communal spaces are the indoor dining area plus an outside relaxation area with seating and bean bags. The dive deck has space for each guest and direct entry is possible from the main boat rather than zodiac. Ideal for experienced divers to explore the area.
Manta Mae Liveaboard in Indonesia with her twin masts, elegant bowsprit and seven-sail rigging, she evokes the romance of a bygone age. Guests are assured of an intimate cruise experience with four cabins accommodating up to nine guests on board. Her interiors are spectacularly decorated, adding that extra special touch to this beautiful vessel. Embark on an adventure on the 30m Manta Mae and experience a return to classical sailing as you cruise, dive and explore the extraordinary islands of Indonesia.
Situuju7 in Indonesia is a boutique traditional 26m Indonesian Phinisi liveaboard constructed in 2018. The five cabins range from suites to master cabins with private terrace, to twin share main deck cabins. All have climate control and en suite facilities. There is outside space on the main deck where loungers can be used. The indoor lounge has a large screen TV and a full entertainment system and is used as the dining area where delicious fresh meals are served.
Raja Ampat Aggressor
Dive the best of Indonesia in comfort and style aboard the luxurious Raja Ampat Aggressor, part of the world-renowned Aggressor Fleet. She is a 30m steel yacht, built and powered for comfort, safety and stability. She cruises at 8 knots and takes divers on thrilling adventures to Raja Ampat, Komodo, the Banda Sea and Derawan Islands. Up to 16 guests can be accommodated in 8 staterooms with individually controlled air-conditioning and en suite bathrooms.
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.
Nataraja Liveaboard in Indonesia is a traditional 32m Phinisi yacht that specialises in private charters. She can offer four cabins for up to nine adults and four children in the areas of Komodo and Raja Ampat. All cabins have private bathrooms, climate control and a child bed along with either a twin or a double bed. She can offer both diving and land and sea adventure cruises with beach and island visits along with sea kayaks and yoga courses on request.
Cajoma IV liveaboard in Indonesia is a 30m traditional Phinisi liveaboard accommodating eight guests in four en suite cabins. Cabins include a master with a private terrace. Social areas include the inside bar area, alfresco dining, a spacious, partially covered sundeck and jacuzzi. The dive space is organised with personal storage, and there is a maximum of 4 guests to 1 guide on each cruise. Divers are arranged according to experience and the sites chosen related to guests’ wishes and conditions.
Duyung Baru Liveaboard in Indonesia is 27 metres Indonesian Phinisi sailing boat purpose-designed for divers to enjoy their cruise in comfort and luxury. She caters for just 4 to 6 guests at a time, ensuring personal service and customised cruises. There are three luxury cabins with climate control and en suite bathrooms. The onboard dining is also luxury with the chef preparing fresh meals and snacks during the day. The sun area has loungers. Diving is from the fast tender, and there is a rinse area for the equipment.
Tidak Apa’pa is a traditional Phinisi Indonesian boat that is the perfect choice for guests wanting a budget-friendly option to explore Indonesia. She caters for eight guests in her four double bed cabins so offers an intimate, personalised cruise. Dining is alfresco, and there are comfortable bean bags for lounging on with plenty of shade. There are two guides on board making the divers to guide ratio very appealing, and she can offer rebreather diving.