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Lady Denok

LADY DENOK; PARADISE EXISTS IN THE INDONESIAN ARCHIPELAGO.

Built-in 2015 this elegant wooden Phinisi schooner has a length of 28 meters. She is equipped with the latest in marine technology and safety features. Lady Denok enables you to discover Indonesia’s greatest scuba diving sites at friendly prices without cutting down on comfort. Trips vary from 6 to 11 days. We cater to 12 guests. Our destinations include Raja Ampat, Komodo, Flores, Bangai and the Forgotten Islands.

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Included: VAT, Accommodation, Complimentary toiletries, Transfers/pickups from airport, Tanks, Weights, Belts, Dive master services, All meals, Towels Provided, Transfers/pickups from hotel

Excluded: International and domestic air fare, Hotels and meals before and after the cruise, Alcoholic beverage, soft drinks, juice, Snorkel gear (available for rent from The Lady Denok), Administration/port clearance fee, Travel insurance, Obligatory Dive insurance, Onboard purchases, Private tours not included in the Lady Denok Program, National park entrance fees, Laundry, Tips for the crew (optional), Dive equipment rental, On-board telecommunications, Tipping, Port clearance, National Park Fees & Fuel Surcharges (between US$160 – $685 per person per trip)

ACCOMMODATION

On board, we have 7 airco ‘d cabins with private bathrooms, plenty of storage facilities and AC units. Wooden panelling and portholes create a yacht-like ambience. There are 2 single cabins (8 sqm), 2 twin cabins (10sqm), 2 doubles (12sqm) and 1 master cabin (25sqm) on offer. Daily housekeeping and provision of toiletries and soft towels are part of the service. Laundry service provided at a small fee.

COMFORT

Our friendly crew of 9 speaks English. They are always at your service. The well-appointed saloon is the place for audio & video entertainment and access to free internet. The leisure deck is equipped with sunbeds and an awning for those who enjoy the shade, perfect for après dive relaxation.

CATERING

Breakfast and lunch are served as a buffet. Dinner is à la carte. Our kitchen will surprise you with healthy and delicious Indonesian, Asian and European cuisine and delightful snacks. You can choose to eat in the saloon or in the open-air dining space. Beer, wine and spirits can be ordered from the bar. Soft drinks and juices are complimentary. If you have specific dietetic requests, please let us know at the time of your booking.

DIVING

Submerge yourself into a serene world of colours and be overwhelmed and mesmerised by the coral reefs. Have a rendezvous with manta rays, dolphins and sharks. Indonesia has it all. Our highly-trained dive masters will guide and support you in every possible way. Lady Denok has a custom-built dive deck with fresh (desalinated) water rinse tanks and warm water showers. Each diver can choose to dive with either air or nitrox. We have a low-cost rental service for all diving and snorkelling gear, including dive torches and dive computers. A tender will bring you from the dive platform to the site of your choice. The ship is equipped with a camera workstation with table and charging stations. Kayaking is offered as an additional activity.

ITINERARIES

These are example itineraries to give you an indication of the liveaboard cruises. The final cruise might be different due to weather, sea conditions and/or guest experience. The final call is always with the boat manager and the captain of the liveaboard. This to ensure your safety as well as to give you a dive holiday never to forget..

Raja Ampat
  • Departure Port: Sorong
  • Return Port: Sorong
  • Length: 10 Days / 9 Nights (Approximately 24 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: Arrival at Sorong Airport ( DOMINIK OSOK AIRPORT ).
Transfer to harbour Sorong( Nusa Hamina )
Welcome to your home for the next days !!
Depending on the arrival time of our guests, embarking strait for one of the best dive sites in the world South East of Misool.

Sorong to Daram, 80 N/M 12 hours

Plz note: If possible one check dive on the way to Misool, if not, it will be one check dive at Misool, Daram

Day 2: Misool; Daram

The dive sites here are called, Andys Ultimate, Candy Store, Andiamo Overnight stay close to Yilliet.
Daram to Yilliet 15 N/M 2 hours.

Day 3: Misool; Warakaraket

We arrive early morning at one of the best dive sites in R4 “Magic Mountain”, after Magic Mountain we will dive at Boo Windows and or Nudy Rock and or Whale rock. Overnight stay at Kalig Island.

Day 4: Misool; Wayil

Early morning sail to Wayil Island. (5 N/M 1 hour) Here we can go to the beach snorkelling or diving at Neptunes Fan Sea. The other dive sites would be Four King, Barracuda, Dunia Kecil or Orange peel.

Day 5: Misool: Wagmab

Early morning sail ( 20 N/M 2 Hour ) to dive site Three Rocks, Razorback Rock or Goa Farondi. Later this day we will see the ancient paintings and sail to North R4 (90 N/M 11 hour), Pulau Penemu.

Note: We are flexible with our itineraries, we also could stay one more day in area Misool if required, but also be aware in this case we would have less time in R4 North

Day 6: R4 North: Penemu

Here we have to find the time to visit the View Point, beautiful with sunrise or sunset.

Many dive sites to choose: Melisa’s garden, Barracuda, and My Reef and some more.

Day 7: R4 North; Penemu to Wayag. ( 50 N/M  6 hours )

Eagle Rock one and two, Black Rock, The Maze-Equator, One Tree Island, Reger Rock and many more !!

Day 8: R4 North; Wayag to Arborek. ( 31 N/M 4 hours )

This day we will do the dives we skipped the day before and will overnight stay at Arborek for a night dive.

Note: if possible have a night dive!

Day 9: R4 North; Arborek to Dampier Strait. ( 15 N/M 2 hours )

Today just do 2 dives, Cape Kri, Blue Magic and or Mioskon.

Day 10:

Arrival early morning In the Harbor of Sorong for departure for your next destination.

Please Note: We are flexible in our itineraries; we do our briefings one day before so we will, and can discuss!

Moluccas
  • Departure Port: Ambon
  • Return Port: Ambon
  • Length: 8 Days / 7 Nights (Approximately 18 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: Arriving in Ambon and transfer to The Lady Denok. 1 or 2 dives in Ambon Bay. Faunus Muck diving (to see the small critters) and a shipwreck. In the night we cruise to Nusa Laut.

Day 2: 3 – 4 dives in Nusa Laut. You will find nice walls with healthy corals and many fish life. (October/November possible to see the schooling Hammerhead sharks). If we do only 2 dives we have time to visit the Fort and the waterfall. During the Night we cruise to the Banda Islands.

Day 3: We arrive at banda in the morning. 2 dives around Banda Neira like Batu Kapal and Pulau. Pisang.

Day 4: In the early morning we will go to Pulau. Hatta and dive there the Hatta Arch, Takat Hatta Reef and Button. We can visit a village there. After this, we continue to Pulau. Run.

Day 5: We will dive at Tanjung Noret, Tanjung Lokon and Tj. Pulau Nailaka.

Day 6: We will dive around the Lighthouse Reef, Lava Flow under the volcano, visit the village Banda Neira and the Benteng (fort). We will do a Night Dive near the harbour in Mandarin City.

Day 7: Early in the morning we will be cruising towards the northern island Pulau. Suanggi. We will dive here at the northern and southern reefs. In the season it is also possible to see the schooling hammerhead sharks here. We will be cruising our way back to Ambon.

Day 8: Departure day. We will transfer you to your accommodation or to the airport to catch your next flight!

Some extra info about Diving in the Banda Islands:

Pulau Ai – This is an isolated island to the west of Banda Neira. It has some small limestone cliffs on its southern coastline and some pretty beaches on its northern shores. Due to its isolation, walls and deep waters, when the current is running, Pulau Ai is one of the top dive sites in the Banda Islands for shark encounters Hammerhead Sharks are frequently seen, and thresher and silvertip sharks are occasionally sighted too. Wahoo and giant trevally visit the island, and chevron barracuda and Bluefin trevally hunt here in large schools. Always a memorable occasion for any scuba diver is the squadrons of mobula rays, sometimes flying in formation up to 25 strong.

Batu Belanda – ‘Dutch Rock’ is so named as it is the supposed first landing spot for the Dutch sailing boats when they first arrived in the Bandas. It is located on the western coast of Banda Besar; a rock out from the coastal wall marks the entry point and the start of this dive. The wall drops down to 24m here and is by no means a spectacular wall; the lack of regular sunlight diminishes the prospects of vibrant coral growth. However, it is still worth diving here for the opportunity to spot one of the rare creatures of the Moluccas – the Lembeh sea dragon. This creature belongs to the pipefish family; it looks like an evolutionist’s ideal evidence in “missing link” debates as it has the elongated body of a pipefish and the head of a seahorse. The Lembeh sea dragon prefers to hook itself to black crinoids as it uses the host’s stinging arms for protection from predators. After an exhaustive search for the elusive sea dragon, divers can follow the wall and current in a northerly direction. The wall has many barrel sponges, green branching cup corals, and small orange dendronephthya soft corals.

Batu Kapal – ‘Ship Rock’ gets its name from its large central pinnacle that breaks the Banda Sea’s surface and looks not surprisingly like a ship. It lies to the North-West of Pulau Pisang. The main features that make this site such a favourite are its interesting topography, and enormous gorgonian fans and barrel sponges. Batu Kapal is unique in the Banda Islands in that it is a series of pinnacles. The main pinnacle is quite large and slopes down to 22 metres. On its West and Northern sides, there are walls. From the bottom of this central pinnacle, you are then free to explore the deeper submerged pinnacles, one off to the southeast, one to the east, one to the northwest and a large boulder to the Northeast. The overall area of Batu Kapal is much too large to cover in one dive alone.

Batu Wali – This dive site is located on the western side of the northern Np of Banda Besar and it is the core zone of the islands’ marine protected area that encompasses the islands of Pisang, Banda Besar, Banda Neira and Gunung Api. It achieved this status primarily due to it having an astounding coral reef and it is a spawning area for an important fishery species, the pelagic plectropomus grouper. You’ll begin your dive by descending down a vertical wall, as is common in the Banda Islands. But the main feature that differentiates this site from the others in the islands is the wide step in the wall that lies at around 30m. From here the reef plunges steeply down again to well beyond the recreational diving limits. The wide shelf features some massive barrel and green vase sponges and it’s a great place to observe large bump head parrotfish, groupers, emperors, Napoleons and barracuda. After using up a good portion of your bottom time on the shelf, it is time to head back up the wall. There are plenty of fans, whips, feather stars and anemones to examine for shrimps and other critters.

Gunung Api – Gunung Api is a small volcano island lying just across a small strait, to the west of Banda Neira. Its last volcanic eruption took place in 1988, and hot molten lava streams flowed down its north-eastern and northern slopes into the Banda Sea, destroying the existing reef system. The local village was permanently evacuated. After a time the lava cooled and set like a 200 metres wide concrete path on the reef substrate. The solid platform provided by the cold lava, the attendant ionisation process and the earthen minerals within the lava, have combined to form ideal conditions for the regeneration of the coral reef at Gunung Api. The regrowth rates here have been phenomenal, dumfounding marine biologists and shattering misconceptions about how fast hard corals grow in nature. The size and conditions of the coral formations are quite staggering, especially when one considers that they have only been growing since 1988.

Gunung Api is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and is a ‘must-see’ on any liveaboard safari to the Banda Islands.

Pulau Hatta – Karang Hatta, or Sekaru meaning ‘shallow area’, is a 500 metre wide submerged reef a couple of kilometres off the south coast of Hatta Island, named after the first vice president of Indonesia and one of the 2 prime intellectuals behind its campaign for independence, Mohammad Hatta. The southeast corner of the reef is a good place to begin your dive as it generally has a southerly current, which attracts fish in their thousands. The sloping reef here allows you to dive at pretty much any depth, but 25 metres is where most of the action seems to take place; and what action it can be. Endless cascades of neon fusiliers interspersed with blue and yellow fusiliers seem to roll down the reef slope like mercury, so thick in places that it is impossible to see beyond them. This is a great shame because if you do manage to get a clear sight of the blue then there’s a great chance you’ll see some of the large pelagic fish like dogtooth tuna, eagle rays, great barracudas and even great and scalloped hammerhead sharks, coming in to play their part in this oceanic feeding festival.

Note; we can still decide “depending on weather conditions” to skip a day and replace for Pulau Manuk, where we also have the change for the Hammerhead.

Moluccas - Banda Sea - Flores
  • Departure Port: Ambon
  • Return Port: Maumere
  • Length: 12 Days / 11 Nights (Approximately 29 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: By noon arrive at Lady Denok Liveaboard.

You will be picked up at Ambon Airport / Hotel by our representative and transfer to Lady Denok boat, a welcome drink will be offered. Cabin allocation and dive deck briefing will take place as you settle in for the diving expedition of a lifetime, check dive and 1-afternoon dive.

Day 2-10: We offer 3-4 dives daily, including a night dive if possible. When crossing only 2 dives a day can be scheduled.

Day 11: Final day of diving with 1-2 scheduled dives – sailing towards Maumere.

Day 12:  Departure day, we will transfer you to the Airport or to the hotel.

Note: schedules are subjected to changes according to weather and sea condition

Marine Life: Snapper, bumphead, blunthead parrotfish, turtles, sharks, moray eels, dog-toothed tuna, fusiliers, jacks, Hammerhead, thresher and silvertip sharks, mobula rays, whales, dolphins and much more

Komodo
  • Departure Port: Labuan Bajo
  • Return Port: Labuan Bajo
  • Length: 6 Days / 5 Nights (Approximately 13 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: By noon arrive at Ladi Denok Liveaboard. You will be picked up at Labuan Bajo Airport / Hotel and transferred to Lady Denok. On the way, you’ll register at the National Park office to pay Marine Park fees. Welcome drinks will be offered. Cabin allocation and dive deck briefing will take place as you settle in for the diving expedition of a lifetime, check dive and 1 late afternoon dive

Day 2 to 4: 3 dives per day.  The final day is just 2 dives and Komodo Dragon tour, divers can request for night dive.

Day 6: After breakfast, transfer to the Airport at Labuan Bajo.

Diving days: 5 days ( 13 Dives )

Dive Spots: Castle Rock, Crystal Rock, Shot Gun, Gili Lawa, Tatawa Besar & Kecil, Batu Bolong, Wainilu. Cannibal Rock, Yellow Wall, Torpedo Alley, Crinoid Crack.

Note: schedules are subjected to changes according to weather and sea condition

Marine Life: Bumphead parrot fish, bamboo sharks, marble rays, nudibranchs, dusky sharks, jawfish, bubble coral shrimps, leaf fish, porcelain crabs, pygmy seahorses, schools of barracudas, trevally, and mackerel, white tips, black tips, grey reef sharks, turtles, octopus, frogfish, manta rays, dugong, banded pipefishes, mandarin fishes, Wonderpus, Indian Walkman

Moluccas - Raja Ampat
  • Departure Port: Ambon
  • Return Port: Sorong
  • Length: 8 Days / 7 Nights (Approximately 18 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: Lady Denok crew will transfer the Guests from Ambon Airport or Hotel to the ship. After a nice Welcome briefing by our Cruise Director, cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place – before embarking Ambon. Guests can familiarize themselves with the vessel, set up equipment and get comfortable.

Day 2-6: We offer 3-4 dives daily, including a night dive if possible. When crossing only 2 dives a day can be scheduled.

Day 7: Final day of diving with 1-2 scheduled dives – sailing towards Sorong.

Day 8: After breakfast and check-out, we start preparing for disembarkation in Sorong. We say goodbye to our guests and wish them farewell! Lady Denok crew will organize the transfer to the Airport and assist at check-in for onward flights.

Marine Life: Snapper, bumphead, blunthead parrotfish, turtles, sharks, moray eels, dog-toothed tuna, fusiliers, jacks, Hammerhead, thresher and silvertip sharks, mobula rays, whales, dolphins and much more.

Raja Ampat - Cenderawasih Bay
  • Departure Port: Sorong
  • Return Port: Manokwari
  • Length: 11 Days / 10 Nights (Approximately 27 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: Lady Denok crew will transfer the Guests from Sorong Airport or Hotel to the ship. After a nice Welcome briefing by our Cruise Director, cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place – before embarking Biak. Guests can familiarize themselves with the vessel, set up equipment and get comfortable.

Day 2-9: We offer 3-4 dives daily, including a night dive if possible. When crossing only 2 dives a day can be scheduled.

Day 10: Final day of diving with 1-2 scheduled dives – sailing towards Manokwari.

Day 11: After breakfast and check-out, we start preparing for disembarkation in Manokwari. We say goodbye to our guests and wish them farewell! Lady Denok crew will organize the transfer to the Airport and assist at check-in for onward flights.

Raja Ampat
Marine Life: At least 75 percent of all coral species can be found in Raja Ampat, divers can expect a range of topography from soft corals and sea fans, to hard corals, seagrass beds, mangroves, shallow reefs, deep drop-offs, caves, black sand and white sand. Giant manta rays, sea turtles, sharks, cuttlefish, pipefish, various seahorse species and massive schools of reef fish are the norm, plus the delightful wobbegong sharks and epaulette sharks inhabit these waters too

Cenderawasih Bay
Marine Life: Whale sharks, manta rays, reef sharks, occasional hammerheads, mobula rays, mackerel, tuna, barracuda, dolphin, whales, cuttlefish, ribbon eels, schools of sardines, nudibranchs, pipefish, frogfish, seahorses and many more!

Moluccas - Flores
  • Departure Port: Ambon
  • Return Port: Maumere
  • Length: 11 Days / 10 Nights (Approximately 27 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: By noon arrive at Lady Denok Liveaboard

You will be picked up at Ambon Airport / Hotel by our representative and transfer to Lady Denok boat, a welcome drink will be offered. Cabin allocation and dive deck briefing will take place as you settle in for the diving expedition of a lifetime, check dive and 1-afternoon dive.

Day 2: Nusa Laut Island

You will find nice walls with healthy corals and a lot of fishes. If we do only 2 dives, we have time to visit the Fort and the village. And in the evening we continue to Suangi Island.

Day 3: Suangi Island

Dives around Suangi Island, we will dive here at the Northern and Southern reefs. In the season it is also possible to see the schooling hammerhead sharks here.

Day 4: Banda Neira Island

Diving around Batu Kapal Island and Pisang Island and Pulau Ai

Day 5: Banda Neira Island

We will dive at Lighthouse Reef, Lava Flow under the volcano, visit the village of Banda Neira and the Fort, we will do a Night Dive near the harbour in Mandarin City.

Day 6: Nailaka Island

The dive sites here are called, Tanjung Noret, Tanjung Lokon and Tanjung Pulau Nailaka.

Day 7: Hatta Island

In the morning go to Pulau Hatta and dive around Hatta Arch, Takat Hatta Reef and Button and maybe visit a village there.

Day 8: Damar Island

The dive sites here are called, Terbang Utara, Terbang Selatan, Damar Island

Day 9: Alor Island

The dive sites here are called, Watupeni Island, Buaya Island and Ternate Island.

Day 10: Babi Island

Doing 2 morning dives around Babi Island and get rest.

Day 11: Departure day, we will transfer you to the Airport or to the hotel.

Note: schedules are subjected to changes according to weather and sea condition

Marine Life: Snapper, bumphead, blunthead parrotfish, turtles, sharks, moray eels, dog-toothed tuna, fusiliers, jacks, Hammerhead, thresher and silvertip sharks, mobula rays, whales, dolphins and much more

Flores - Bali
  • Departure Port: Maumere
  • Return Port: Bali
  • Length: 10 Days / 9 Nights (Approximately 24 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

Day 1: Lady Denok crew will transfer the Guests from Maumere Airport or Hotel to the ship. After a nice Welcome briefing by our Cruise Director, cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place – before embarking Maumere. Guests can familiarize themselves with the vessel, set up equipment and get comfortable.

Day 2-8: We offer 3-4 dives daily, including a night dive if possible. When crossing only 2 dives a day can be scheduled.

Day 9: Final day of diving with 1-2 scheduled dives – sailing towards Bali.

Day 10: After breakfast and check-out, we start preparing for disembarkation in Bali. We say goodbye to our guests and wish them farewell! Lady Denok crew will organize the transfer to the Airport and assist at check-in for onward flights.

Marine Life: Swarms of anthias, schools of fusiliers, surgeons and snappers, rays and patrolling grey reef sharks, barracudas, snake eels, mantis shrimps, octopus, bobbit worms, flying gurnard, lionfish and rhinopias

The above is sample trip itineraries, subject to changes depending on the actual dive location.

Bali - Komodo
  • Departure Port: Bali
  • Return Port: Labuan Bajo
  • Length: 10 Days / 9 Nights (Approximately 24 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

 

Day 1: Lady Denok crew will transfer the Guests from Bali Airport or Hotel to the ship. After a nice Welcome briefing by our Cruise Director, cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place – before embarking Bali. Guests can familiarize themselves with the vessel, set up equipment and get comfortable.

Day 2-8: We offer 3-4 dives daily, including a night dive if possible. When crossing only 2 dives a day can be scheduled.

Day 9: Final day of diving with 1-2 scheduled dives – sailing towards Labuan Bajo.

Day 10: After breakfast and check-out, we start preparing for disembarkation in Labuan Bajo. We say goodbye to our guests and wish them farewell! Lady Denok crew will organize the transfer to the Airport and assist at check-in for onward flights.

Marine Life: Bumphead parrot fish, bamboo sharks, marble rays, nudibranchs, dusky sharks, jawfish, bubble coral shrimps, leaf fish, porcelain crabs, pygmy seahorses, schools of barracudas, trevally, and mackerel, white tips, black tips, grey reef sharks, turtles, octopus, frogfish, manta rays, dugong, banded pipefishes, mandarin fishes, Wonderpus, Indian Walkman

The above is sample trip itineraries, subject to changes depending on the actual dive location.

Komodo - Bima
  • Departure Port: Labuan Bajo
  • Return Port: Bima
  • Length: 9 Days / 8 Nights (Approximately 21 dives in total)
  • Experience level: Advanced Open Water – 30 minimum logged dives required.

 

Day 1: Lady Denok crew will transfer the Guests from Labuan Bajo Airport or Hotel to the ship. After a nice Welcome briefing by our Cruise Director, cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place – before embarking Labuan Bajo. Guests can familiarize themselves with the vessel, set up equipment and get comfortable.

Day 2-7: We offer 3-4 dives daily, including a night dive if possible. When crossing only 2 dives a day can be scheduled.

Day 8: Final day of diving with 1-2 scheduled dives – sailing towards Bima.

Day 9: After breakfast and check-out, we start preparing for disembarkation in Bima. We say goodbye to our guests and wish them farewell! Lady Denok crew will organize the transfer to the Airport and assist at check-in for onward flights.

Marine Life: Bumphead parrot fish, bamboo sharks, marble rays, nudibranchs, dusky sharks, jawfish, bubble coral shrimps, leaf fish, porcelain crabs, pygmy seahorses, schools of barracudas, trevally, and mackerel, white tips, black tips, grey reef sharks, turtles, octopus, frogfish, manta rays, dugong, banded pipefishes, mandarin fishes, Wonderpus, Indian Walkman

The above is sample trip itineraries, subject to changes depending on the actual dive location.

  • Year built: 2015
  • Length: 28 meters
  • Beam: 7 meters
  • Top speed: 12 knots
  • Cruising speed: 7 – 8 knots
  • Engines: Yanmar 350 HP
  • Max guests: 12
  • Number of cabins: 7
  • Number of bathrooms: 8
  • Tenders: 1 Yamaha 40 HP 1 RIB Yamaha 40 HP
  • Water capacity: 6000 litres
  • Fuel capacity: 5000 litres
  • Freshwater maker: 6000 litres per day
  • Radar
  • Depth Sounder
  • GPS
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • E.P.I.R.B. Distress System
  • Emergency Rafts
  • Life Vests
  • Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers
  • Oxygen
  • First Aid Kits
  • Fishfinder
  • Satellite & mobile phones
  • Crew trained in first aid
  • Emergency flares
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