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The fabulous Adelaar, based in Bali, offers diving in Komodo & Alor. She is a luxury 39-meter (127-foot) schooner which was totally renovated to provide an intimate diving experience.
The sturdy & seaworthy MV Ambai, launched in 2012, is a 32-meter (104-foot) liveaboard accomodating up to 16 divers. She cruises to Komodo, Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, Alor & more.
Amira, a lovely addition to the liveaboards in Indonesia has state of the art navigation and security systems .... plus she is rebreather friendly and cruises to the best of Indonesian diving.
The truly spectacular Arenui fits perfectly into the "Boutique Liveaboard" category. The second you step on board you notice that she is a world apart from the average dive vessel.
Blue Manta Explorer, 45-meter (148-foot) a steel-hulled vessel accommodates 18 guests in 14 spacious en-suite cabins. It took very little time after her launch for her to become a real favorite.
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.
Damai I is a very special "boutique" liveaboard, an elegant Phinisi schooner, which takes 12 guests to dive Indonesia's richest waters from Komodo & to the exotic eastern islands of Raja Ampat & more.
The luxurious 40-metre (131-foot) Damai II, slightly larger than her sister ship, Damai I, takes 12 guests in 7 exquisite cabins to dive Komodo, Raja Ampat, Alor, Banda Sea & Forgotten Islands.
The large & luxurious Dewi Nusantara is a three masted, wooden motor schooner, measuring an astounding 57 meters (188 feet) in length. She's as spectacular as a liveaboard gets.
Aurora is a 2-masted motor sailor, with itineraries in Raja Ampat, Halmahera, North & East Sulawesi. Made of teak, in traditional "Phinisi"-style, she offers high standards of comfort.
Duyung Baru, perfect for a small group, has only 3 cabins in her 27-meter (88-foot) hull .... which translates to very spacious accommodation for your special Komodo diving trip..
With an overall length of 31-meters (102-foot) the Emperor Raja Laut is a 'schooner-style' yacht accomodating only 12 guests. She sails Komodo, Raja Ampat, Alor & East Flores.
The very modern 40-meter (131-foot) Gaia Love was purpos-built for diving with an emphasis on luxurious comfort. Accommodating 20 guests in 10 spacious cabins she cruises eastern Indonesia.
The Ilike, a 40-meter (131-foot) traditional Indonesian phinisi, was built in 2010. Spacious & modern she takes 14 guests in 7 cabins to Raja Ampat, Komodo & further afield.
Based in Bali, the Indo Aggressor is a traditionally-crafted wooden motor sailer which accommodates 16 divers & explores the waters in the Flores Sea including Komodo National Park.
The popular Indo Siren is a 40-meter (131-foot) traditional Indonesian Phinisi schooner handcrafted from ironwood and teak, with custom-made luxury facilities for divers.
Built in 2015 Lady Denok is a 28-meter (92-foot) Phinisi accomodating 12 pampered guests cruising Raja Ampat, Komodo, the Forgotten Islands and more.
La Galigo, a 33-meter (108-foot) Indonesian Phinisi schooner, is handcrafted from ironwood & teak. She takes 14 divers on routes which include Raja Ampat, Komodo, Lembeh, Wakatobi & more.
M/V Mermaid I is a comfortable 28-metre (92-foot) twin engine, steel motor yacht. Immensely popular, Mermaid I provides a moderately priced option in Indonesia for 15 guests in 8 cabins.
M/V Mermaid II is a 32-metre (105-foot) double engine steel motor yacht. One of the most comfortable diving liveaboards in Indonesia, she easily accommodates 18 guests.
Moana, a classic 30-meter (98-foot) Phinisi schooner, comfortably accommodates 10 guests and is both traditional and modern, with highly experienced crew operating a well organized boat.
The 46-meter (151-foot) Mutiara Laut sleeps16 guests offering luxurious living, her itineraries include Raja Ampat, Cenderawasih, Triton Bay, Ambon & Halmahera.
The 32-meter (105-foot) motor sailer, Ondina, takes 16 divers in 8 cabins & offers diverse itineraries to Raja Ampat, Cenderawasih Bay, North Banda Sea, Triton Bay and Halmahera.
Simply luxurious. That's the Pelagian. Pelagian's cruising route includes exclusive access to the diving sites in the extended Wakatobi region, in southeast Sulawesi.
A 124-foot (37.8-meter) traditional Indonesian schooner, the Pindito was the first major dive liveaboard to cruise Raja Ampat. Her owner & captain will be your expert guide.
The Raja Ampat Aggressor II is a 105-foot traditionally-styled Phinisi schooner which takes 16 guests in 8 cabins. She offers 4 itineraries which include Raja Ampat, Halmahera, Lembeh & Derawan Islands.
The magnificent 131-foot (40-meter) traditional Indonesian Phinisi Samambaia sleeps up to 14 guests in total luxury. Her itineraries include Raja Ampat, Komodo, the Banda Sea & Alor.
The popular MSY Seahorse offers itineraries which include the most sought-after destinations in Indonesia: Komodo, Raja Ampat, Triton Bay, Banda Sea & north and south Sulawesi.
The dramatic-looking Seven Seas is a 33-meter (108-foot), traditionally built Indonesian sailing schooner. Cruise itineraries include Bali, Komodo, Wakatobi, Raja Ampat, Alor or Banda Sea.
The 32-meter (104-foot) Shakti has been based in Raja Ampat since 2002, her crew & diving are simply superb. She has recently changed from scheduled trips to private charters.
Solitude Adventurer is a 36-metre (118-foot) aluminum catamaran which can cater up to 18 guests in 8 cabins. She specializes in Raja Ampat & Komodo and offers occasional Banda Sea trips.
Tiare was newly built in 2016, a 45-meter (148-foot) traditional Indonesian phinisi offering high-end luxurious cruising for 14 guests on a journey of discovery around the Indonesian archipelago.
Since September 2010, the intimate & elegant, 6-guest Wellenreng (named after an ancient Indonesian myth) has been cruising the waters around Kalimantan,Komodo & Raja Ampat.
The White Manta Explorer is a 152-foot (46-meter) yacht offering 14 spacious cabins for up to 22 guests. Her itineraries include the best of Ambon, Banda, Sangalaki and Raja Ampat.