The world‘s finest diving

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The 48-meter (158-foot) all new Coralia sleeps up to 18 guests in 8 superb staterooms on 3 decks. Her itineraries include Raja Ampat, Triton Bay, Komodo & Ambon amongst others.

A word from Dom :  “A new beauty in Indonesian waters, Coralia slots nicely into the upper tier of Phinisi dive liveaboards.  She was built and is run by Papua Explorers who have owned a top dive resort in Raja Ampat for a number of years and bring experience and know-how to this fabulous new boat…..”   Dominick Macan


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Blending tradition with modern design, Coralia is one of the few Phinisi equipped with two engines, which translates to greater safety. Nice to know, also, that the owners are deeply committed to the people of the region and to sustainable tourism. 

Coralia’s decks are spacious and offer plenty of spots to enjoy the view, dine, sunbathe or simply relax.  The top deck is a designated massage area & sun deck while on both the main and upper decks you’ll find leisure areas with plenty of cozy sofas and loungers.  If you prefer to cool down a bit, the large, air-conditioned lounge and restaurant on the main deck fit the bill. Here you will also find a library and audio/video entertainment.  The 8 spacious air-conditioned cabins offer environmentally-friendly natural soaps, a sofa, a desk, a safe and charging stations.  The four luxurious master cabins each feature a large private balcony, sun chair and outside sofa.

The plentiful meals include international cuisine.  Vegan and vegetarian options are available.  Dinner is served sometimes a la carte, sometimes buffet style, and once per cruise there will be a barbeque night.  You’ll find a selection of beer, wines and spirits available onboard for an extra cost. 

The shaded dive deck has warm showers, a changing room, hangers, equipment storage and extra towels are provided for diving.  Underwater photographers will appreciate the dedicated air-conditioned, well-lit camera room on the main deck, providing individual camera stations for charging. The dive deck features a rinsing basket for cameras, as well as a camera table.

Shore visits are included on certain itineraries and kayaks and paddleboards will be available for you to explore the surroundings.


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Length LOA: 48 m
Beam: 9.10 m
Draft: 3.75 m
Displacement: 361 tons
Electronic appliances:   tv & music system, computers
Cruising Speed: 9 -11 knots


Scuba tanks: 40 x 12 liter tanks. 4 x 15 liter tanks
Compressors: 2 Bauer Mariner, NRC Nitrox membrane
Tenders: 2 X 8m fiberglass tenders with 2 Yamaha 40HP outboard engines


Crew: 16 crew and 2 cruise directors


Engines: 2 Mitsubishi marine engines 560 HP & 360 HP

Diesel generators: 1 * yanmar marine 60 kw ~ 1 Yanmar silent 40 kw
Voltage: 220 volt, 50 hertz avalaible for cabins & camera room
Water tank: 10,000 liter + desalination unit (capacity 10,000 liters per day)
Fuel tank: 15 tons


Radar 35 mm Furuno
Echo sounder furuno
GPS Furuno


WHS SSB radio
Ericsson satellite phone


3 x 20 persons inflatable life rafts,
life jackets (40 pcs),
buoys, safety flares,
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first aid equipment, oxygen onboard,
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Coralia cruises the most the most popular diving regions in the Indonesian Archipelago, offering the following itineraries:  Various Raja Ampat intineraries  … Raja Ampat, Banda Islands, Ambon  from Sorong to Ambon  …  Maumere, Alor & Komodo from Maumere to Labuanbajo  …  Komodo from Bali or Labuanbajo  {slider View the itineraries for Coralia ….. open |dest|closed} Itineraries overview:

Banda Sea, Alor – In Alor & the Banda Sea, you’ll find clear waters full of masses of fish & loads of invertebrates … plus alluring critters.  As to topography, you’ll find shear drops, huge pinnacles, great walls  … all covered with rich & thriving corals which attract diverse fish life.  Add to that, visiting pelagics and you have a magical mix.

Komodo – perhaps the most diverse of all diving in the Indonesian archipelago.  There are seamounts, walls, canyons and pinnacles as well as the spectacular coral gardens.  There a hot spring at an underwater volcano, great night dives on black sand slopes with creepy, crawly critters.  Numerous sites tout pelagic fish, sharks & mantas but, be assured that at each dive site, you’ll experience something different. 

Raja Ampat –  Indonesia’s shining underwater jewel, Raja Ampat has something of nearly everything a diver could want.  You’ll dive channels, plateaus, walls & caves … and just plain mud, for the delight of “muck” diving.  You’ll swim amongst great swirls of fish and feast your eyes on sponges & corals in scintillating colors. You’ll meet up close & personal, everything from pygmy seahorses to colossal manta rays.{/sliders}



International flights generally arrive at one of the following airports:  Bali-Denpasar (DPS) or Jakarta (CGK). We will be pleased to help you book your domestic flights through our Bali agent, should you wish. 

The boat’s scheduled departure times will vary depending on current domestic airline schedules, which can change, so departure departure / aririval details are not included here. We’ll inform you at time of booking and will keep you updated should any changes occur.



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