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Special Offer

Short Description

The new luxury liveaboard boat sails in the Indonesian seas since 2010. This amazing 52 meter long boat is built according traditional Indonesian wood-construction methods. The boat charter liveaboard can accommodate up to 18 divers in 2 cabins with single beds and 8 cabins with twin or double beds. All cabins are air-conditioned and have en-suite bathroom with hot water. The guests can enjoy a spacious restaurant, a lounge area and a large size sun-deck. The huge dive deck gives ample space for setting up the dive equipment. Also a camera room makes easy the storage and cleaning of your camera. The processing and viewing of your pictures and videos can be done in the computer corner on the main deck. The stunning charter has Komodo and Raja Ampat as main destinations. There are also special cruises on other parts of Indonesia to be discovered.

 

Destinations

Alor:
Details on request

Banda Adventure:
This tour is known to include one of the best dive spots between the Moluccas and Raja Ampat. Muck diving in Ambon, diving among the history-rich Banda islands, as well as the coral reefs and micro organisms in Misool make this extensive tour a real adventure.
Ambon has the reputation to be one of the most fascinating muck diving destinations; it additionally offers beautiful reef diving. On dive sites such as Air Manis and Laha one can always find a large number of exceptional and rare ocean creatures. In Paila Tiga there are beautiful reefs and plenty of fish life.

Cenderawasih bay:
Details on request

East Indonesia adventure:
West-Papua is without a doubt Indonesia´s best diving area and one of the best dive destinations worldwide.
This cruise takes you from Sorong to the famous dive sites at Cape Kri and Manta Point close to Monsoar.
The second part of the tour takes you the coral and macro paradise around the island of Misool. Dive sites like the Gorgonian Passage, Fiabacet and many other are a guarantee for colourful and memorable dives.

Forgotten islands:
The „Forgotten Islands“ are a remote chain of islands spanning over 1’000km embedded in a magnificent landscape far from any hustle and bustle of metropolitan areas. They extend from Timor to West Papua and were discovered by the Portuguese. Ever since its’ main trade has been in spices. These volcanic islands offer some of the best and still largely unexplored dive sites in the Indonesian waters. Clear, Deep blue waters, endless reefs, spectacular walls of and colourful coral are clearly a diver’s dream.

Halmahera:
Our first dives will be conducted at Lembeh Straight – the Critter capitol of the world with some excellent muck diving. The dive sites of Pulau Tifure (Pulau Gureda) offer limestone cliffs, plenty of marinelife as Barracuda swarms and healthy coral reefs. Near Pulau Guraici, we can expect some of the best dive sites in this region – with a huge variety of fish species among colorful coral reefs.
In the south of Bacan offers large fish swarms, currents andexcellent muck diving with many critters on black volcanic sand. Pulau Pisang has healthy, species-rich coral reefs, which are home to a large number of colorful reef fish and very good visibility.
The final dive site will be in the bay of Ambon, an extraordinary muck diving region. Places like Laha and Air Manis have surprised many divers. Finally, a beautifully overgrown wreckage is awaiting exploration.

Jewels of Indonesia:
Under favourable weather conditions this tour in the Banda Sea may span all the way to Manuk. These volcanic spice islands are embedded in a diverse tropical landscape that were shaped by geological formations and are located about 60 km south of Banda. Underwater you will encounter a remarkable number of fire corals and sponges that are several meters high. On the east side of Manuk there are steep ravines and beautiful gorgonian forests. Around the legendary “Tanjung Ular” the cape of snakes, many different snake species can be discovered accompanied by large schools of barracudas, turtles and sharks. The crowning of the tour is without a doubt the coral and macro paradise of the island of Misool. Dive sites like Gorgonian Passage, Fiabacet and many others are guarantors of colourful, memorable dives.

Komodo: 
Komodo is surely Indonesia’s most famous National Park. Besides a visit to the famous Komodo dragons during a land excursion there are also numerous magnificent dive sites to be found in this area.

Misool & Halmahera: 

West-Papua is without a doubt the best diving region in Indonesia and one of the best diving destinations in the world. The Moluccas still offer many previously unvisited dive sites. The tours run from Sorong to the underwater highlights of Misool. Pulau Pisang has healthy, species-rich coral reefs, which are home to a large number of colorful reef fish and very good visibility.
In the south of Bacan offers large fish swarms, currents andexcellent muck diving with many critters on black volcanic sand. Near Pulau Guraici, we can expect some of the best dive sites in this region – with a huge variety of fish species among colorful coral reefs. The dive sites of Pulau Tifure (Pulau Gureda) offer limestone cliffs, plenty of marinelife as Barracuda swarms and healthy coral reefs. At Lembeh Straight – the Critter capitol of the world – we will conclude our tour with some excellent muck diving.
The dive cruise ends in Bitung.

Misool & Triton Bay:
Misool, with an area of about 2000 km ², is one of the largest and less developed islands in the southern region of Raja Ampat. From the island of Misool our guests can expect a colourful mix of beautiful reefs, macro life, lots of fish, sharks and Wobegongs. This region is also known for strong currents. Dive sites like Fiabacet and Gorgonian Passage let each diver’s heart beat faster. Exhibiting an extraordinary degree of biodiversity this wonderful dive site has already gained worldwide recognition.
The Triton Bay, on the south-eastern end of the bird’s head of New Guinea, is considered an absolute world-class dive site with its own unique fascination. This sparsely visited dive site offers a wonderful diversity of rare soft coral gardens, vast forests of black corals and craggy rocks that make for a fantastic scenery both above and under water.

Raja Ampat:
West-Papua is without a doubt Indonesia’s best diving area and one of the best dive destinations worldwide.
With over 600 species of coral, a huge variety of colourful macro creatures and numerous fish species of all sizes, Raja Ampat is a hotspot of biodiversity – this area has been rightly called a species factory by leading marine biologists.
During the trips in West-Papua, the Amira visits the most beautiful dive sites of Raja Ampat.
From Sorong the trip takes you to the coral and macro paradise of the island of Misool. Dive sites like Gorgonian Passage, Fiabacet and many more are a guarantee for colourful and memorable dives.
The second part of the trip leads to the northern part of Raja Ampat where in addition to the dives in fish rich waters the spectacular scenery ensures interest.
The cruises come to a crowning conclusion at the famous dive sites of Cape Kri and Manta Point by Mansuar.

Snake adventure:

On this special tour we will visit some of the most spectacular dive spots around the Banda Islands.
This tour will start in the bay of Ambon, an extraordinary muck diving region. Places like Laha and Air Manis have surprised many divers. Finally, a beautifully overgrown wreckage is awaiting exploration.
Lucipara, a small group of islands is another destination on this trip. Among these sandy islands, with steep and lusciously overgrown cliffs, are interesting caves and grottos to be explored. Fascinating on this dive site are huge gorgonian, giant sponges and whip corals, as well as turtles and different fish, including sharks.
Diving among the snake island Gunung Api will leave a lasting memory. This small volcanic island is surrounded by steep, rocky cliffs reaching over 4000m in depth. Even though there is less diversity of marine life available compared to Raja Ampat, it none the less presents a unique diving environment. Nowhere else can so many and diverse types of sea snakes, native to this region, be seen. Gunung Api is also the nesting place of large colonies of ocean birds. During calm seas it is possible to explore the island on foot.

Triton Bay & East Banda:
The Triton Bay, on the south-eastern end of the bird’s head of New Guinea, is considered an absolute world-class dive site with its own unique fascination. This sparsely visited dive site offers a wonderful diversity of rare soft coral gardens, vast forests of black corals and craggy rocks that make for a fantastic scenery both above and under water.
East Banda is a pristine and sparsely visited dive site with a diverse tropical island landscape of crystal clear water, beautiful cliffs and endless gardens of table coral. Among the strong currents, schools of barracudas and Napoleon fish of imposing size can be found that will make a diver’s heart beat faster.

Cruise Rates 2016/2017

Normal Trip= 11 nights / 12 days / 10 diving days

Individual prices: 
All tours except Komodo

  • Per trip: $4950
  • Per night: $450

Komodo

  • Per trip: $4070
  • Per night: $370

 

 Guest payingAll tours except KomodoKomodo
Diver sharing double cabin1$4950$4070
diver single cabin1$4950$4070
diver single occupancy in double cabin1,5$7425$6105
non diver sharing double cabin0,9$4455$3663
Half charter (8 divers/non divers)7,5$37125$30525
Half charter (10 divers/non divers)9$44550$36630
Half charter (12 divers/non divers)10,5$51975$42735
Half charter (14 divers/non divers)12$59400$48840
Half charter (16 divers/non divers)13,5$66825$54945
Full charter (19 divers/non divers)16$79200$65120
Full charter (20 divers/non divers)16,5$81675$67155

 

 

The individual price does not include:

Upper deck surcharge (per person) $175
Airport taxes, hotels
All drinks in cans and bottles, tips
Fees/Harbour, National Park, local taxes, fuel surcharge
N.P are subject to change: the difference will be charged aboard.
Komodo: $210
Raja Ampat & Banda adventure: $430
Triton Bay & East Banda, Misools & Triton Bay: $580
Forgotten islands, Jewels of Indonesia long: $645
Jewels of Indonesia: $590
Maluku sea adventutre: $660
Cenderawasih Bay: $775

Nitrox per trip (11 nights/10 days): $175
Nitrox per additional diving day: $17
Sodalime for rebreather (2,7kg): $46
Oxygen for rebreather (per liter): $8
Nitrox course: $175
15 litre tank (11 nigths, 10 diving days): $160
15 litre tank per additional diving day: $16

Boat Details

Features
Hull Material WoodMast(s) 3
Length 52Crew 21
Max passengers 18Max diving passengers 18
Navigation & Communication
GPS YesPlotter Yes
Depth sounder YesFish finder Yes
Satellite phone YesMariphone SSB/VHF
Radar YesNavtex Yes
Safety
Life raft(s) 2Life jackets Yes
Life ringbuoys YesLife aid kit Yes
Fire extinguishers YesFire & smoke alarm Yes
EPIRP YesOxygen Yes
ENOS YesDefibrillator Yes
Hyperbaric chamber No  
Dive Facilities
Compressors 2Dive courses Yes
Tanks 60Camera rinsing tub Yes
NITROX Yes (Free)weights/belts Yes
Camera workstation YesDive platform Yes
Rental dive gear YesTender 3 (2x200hp; 40hp)
Deck shower(s) YesEnglish speaking guide 
Cabin facilities
Private bathroom YesNumber of cabins 10
Shower Hot WaterExtra bed Yes
Private toilet Yes220 volt Yes
Air conditioning YesFan Yes
Lounge facilities
Air conditioning YesFan(s) Yes
Sofa(s) YesDining table Yes
Television YesDVD player Yes
Sound system YesComputer Yes
Deck(s) facilities
Sun deck area YessCovered deck area Yes
Reclining chairs YesMattresses Yes
Hammocks YesSofa(s) Yes
Dining table Yes  
Bar facilities
Beer YesWine Yes
Spirits YesSoft drinks Yes
Juices YesIce cubes Yes
Services & Entertainment
Laundry service YesTowel Yes
Massage YesLibrary Yes
Indoor games YesBeach games Yes
DVD’s YesIpod connection Yes
Snorkel gear YesFishing gear Yes
Kayak(s) YesWake board No
Water ski NoJet ski No
Extra(s)

REBREATHER diving, support and courses
Safety: ENOS onboard
Safety boxes in each cabin
Internet for emergencies: Immarsat portable
Chef know how to cook international food

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