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Adelaar

ADELAAR LIVEABOARD, A CENTURY OF MARITIME TRADITION AND SERVICE

Adelaar liveaboard is a classic Dutch schooner that was originally built in 1902. It witnessed world history while sailing around the globe. A recent renovation has brought it back to immaculate condition. It now serves as a recreational diving vessel in the Indonesian waters.

The steel hull of SY Adelaar (Dutch for Eagle) is 39 meters in length- and a width of 5.5 meters. The yacht-like interior is largely made out of rich teak. The ship accommodates 8 guests only. Uniquely we have special provisions to welcome and assist disabled guests. Destinations include Bali, Komodo, Banda Sea, Forgotten Islands, and Alor. The scuba diving trips vary from 8, 10, or 11 nights for scheduled cruises. Charters can be arranged and fully customized

Accommodation

Adelaar Liveaboard cabins have marble bathrooms with a hot water shower, toilet, and washbasin. All are Individual air-conditioned. A state of the art entertainment system with flat screen tv and other amenities will make you feel at home in your private time. The master cabin (20 sqm) has a queen-size bed and couch that may serve as a single bed. Stateroom 2 &3 (18 sqm) has a 140 cm double bed and couch/single bed, stateroom 4 (14sqm) has a 120cm double bed. All cabins have small portholes.

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Stateroom 4

Stateroom 4

Room size: 14 m2
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: Queen
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:
Stateroom 2 & 3

Stateroom 2 & 3

Room size: 18 m2
Max. occupancy: 3
Beds: Double + Twin
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:
Master Suite

Master Suite

Room size: 20 m2
Max. occupancy: 3
Beds: Double + Twin
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:

Comfort

First-class facilities and staff will spoil you and enable the SY Adelaar liveaboard experience to be of a superior standard. Classic luxury combined with modern facilities surrounds you everywhere on board. Enjoy the seascapes from a lounger on the upper deck or from the shaded open-air deck, delightfully illuminated at nighttime. The lounge and dining area are cool and pleasurable retreats at the heart of the ship.

Catering

Diving will make you hungry. Our chefs are well aware of this. All meals are made to order and prepared fresh. You can enjoy it on the deck as well as inside. We serve gourmet Indonesian and Western specialties and always consider your (dietetic) preferences. Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary.

Diving

Besides all the onboard pleasures, the Indonesian underwater world is the jewel in the crown. Looking for shipwrecks, coral reefs, or selective marine life specimen on a Komodo dive site? Our dive guides show you around in a small group on your day and night dives. Satisfied with a dreamlike snorkeling safari? Adelaar Liveaboard can make all these wishes come true. We escort you on a zodiac from our dive deck to the dive sites.

We have a rental service for all diving gear, including Nitrox. Courses are available.

Land excursions on Komodo island are optional. We organize a Komodo dragon tour, hiking up the hills to view the entire Komodo archipelago’s breathtaking panorama or a visit to an autochthonic island village.

Specifications

Year built: 1902
Year Renovated: 2011
Length:127 feet
Beam: 18 feet
Top speed: 7.5 knots
Cruising speed: 6.5 knots
Engines: Mercedes Marine Diesel (380HP)
Max guests: 8
Number of cabins: 4
Number of bathrooms: 4
Tenders: 2 x aluminium dinghies (40HP)
Water capacity: 6000
Fuel capacity: 6.5 tons
Freshwater maker: 2 x 2400 gallons per day

NAVIGATION, COMMUNICATION, AND SAFETY FEATURES

Radar

Depth Sounder

GPS

Radio VHF/DSC/SSB

E.P.I.R.B. Distress System

Life Vests

Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers

Oxygen

First Aid Kits

Satellite & mobile phones

Crew trained in first aid

Emergency flares

Rated 5 out of 5
5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)

Adelaar liveaboard is a classic Dutch schooner that was originally built in 1902. It witnessed world history while sailing around the globe. A recent renovation has brought it back to immaculate condition.

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Reviews

Great liveaboard

Rated 5 out of 5
10 July 2019

we had an excellent experience, the most welcoming and pleasant staff ever
great diving sites and variety.

Alina M

exceptional Komodo cruise

Rated 5 out of 5
5 March 2019

10 Days on Adelaar to Komodo was an exceptional experience on the boat and underwater.
Hope to come back for another trip on this amazing liveaboard.

Micheal
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09 Mar 2021
Adelaar Signature: Whale Shark Special (Bali - Komodo - Bali)
€ 4678 10% discount
Arrival: 09 Mar 2021
Departure: 19 Mar 2021
Days/nights: 11 Days / 10 Nights
Adelaar Signature: Whale Shark Special (Bali - Komodo - Bali)

Day 1: Welcome to Adelaar!

The meeting point will be at the Main Passenger Jetty in Serangan Harbor at 8:30 AM, where our crew is standing by to welcome you. As soon as everyone is aboard, we depart Serangan and move along Bali’s coastline, cruising overnight to Satonda Island. We hope for a magnificent sunset over Bali’s majestic Mt Agung.

Day 2: Satonda, Sumbawa (2 dives)

Arrival at Satonda Island will be late morning, with two dives scheduled along a sloping reef. Satonda is an ancient volcanic island, said to be even older than Tambora, with a saltwater lake that fills the crater. A massive tsunami filled the crater after the violent eruption of Mount Tambora, on Sumbawa, in 1814. Don’t miss a chance to cast your wish at the wishing trees along the lake’s edge! At sunset, we depart and cruise through the night toward Komodo.

Day 3: North Komodo National Park – Gili Lawa Laut (3-4 dives)

We are up early for a glimpse of the sunrise as we arrive at Gili Lawa Laut. The park is located in the region known as Wallacea, denoting the overlapping of Australian and Asian biogeographical areas. There is a splendid assortment of dive sites just outside this picturesque bay.

Day 4: Komodo Island (3-4 dives)

Dragons! We go ashore at 7:00 AM for a ranger-guided hike into Komodo Island’s interior to look for Komodo dragons. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the only natural habitat of these giant monitor lizards. The area was designated as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in 1991. Once safely back aboard, we travel south for a late morning and afternoon dive along the coast of Komodo. At dusk, we dive Lehok Sera to search for the elusive mandarin fish.

Day 5: South Komodo National Park –
Rinca & Nusa Kode (3-4 dives)

An early morning departure is planned as we head to the extreme southern end of Komodo to Manta Alley. This area typically has much cooler temperatures with nutrient-rich waters, perfect for Mantas! We enjoy lunch as the boat moves to Southern Rinca to an area known as Nusa Kode. With the towering cliff walls surrounding all sides, the landscape in this remote area is breathtaking. We board the dinghy and head towards the shore to get up close to the resident dragon population between dives. After the sun sets, we prepare for a night dive and a late dinner.

Day 6: South Komodo National Park – Nusa Kode & Padar (3-4 dives)

There are two dives planned for this area, one of which will be the famous ‘macro temple” of Cannibal Rock, a photographer’s dream come true. From here, we journey north to Padar Island for our afternoon dive. Before sunset, we go ashore and hike across to a beautiful crescent bay to witness a spectacular sunset. Alternately, for those who prefer to be underwater, a night dive is planned.

Day 7: Center Komodo National Park – Wainilu (3-4 dives)

We depart early from Padar and enter the central park area, also known as the ‘current city.’ This area of the park is subjected to the strong tidal currents that run through the Lintah Strait, bringing plenty of marine life. These currents make for lots of action and exhilarating drift dives. Mantas are often seen in these parts. In the late afternoon, we make our way north toward Wainilu and prepare for a night dive.

Day 8: North Komodo National Park – Gili Lawa Laut & Gili Lawa Darat (3-4 dives)

We’ve saved the best for last! We spend the morning diving around the northern boundary of the park of Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa Darat’s islands. In the late afternoon, we say goodbye to Komodo National Park and start our westward journey back towards Bali. We stop for the night in Banta Island, just outside the park boundary, and prepare for our last night dive.

Day 9: Sangeang volcano, Sumbawa (3 dives)

A very early morning departure, with destination Sangeang, a volcano whose most recent eruption was 2014. Upon our sunrise approach, Sangeang rises majestically from the sea, emitting the occasional puff of smoke. The black sandy bottom of this site makes for spectacular diving. In places, a steady stream of gaseous sulfur bubbles up from the sand, making its way towards the surface. Swimming through, you have the feeling of being in an underwater jacuzzi! Tonight, we sail through the night towards Moyo Island.

Day 10: Moyo Island, Sumbawa (2 dives)

We arrive at Moyo Island early this morning for our final two dives along the fringing reef outside the main village. Ashore excursion takes you through the local village along a winding path towards a waterfall. Those daring enough can grab the rope, swing out over the falls and drop into the pool below! We sail through the night towards Bali.

Day 11: Thanks for joining us!

Arrival in Serangan Harbor, Bali, will be after 9:00 AM. We hope to see you again!

Please note that this is a sample itinerary. The actual trip itinerary will vary depending on wind and sea conditions, group preferences, and the group’s diving experience level. Our dive instructor, together with the captain, will have the final say on the itinerary.

Marine Life: The underwater topography is as varied as the marine life it homes. Dive sites vary from gentle coral slopes to sheer cliff walls, channels, flat bottoms, pinnacles, caves, swim-throughs, and a host of hard and soft corals. From the north’s Flores Sea, the warm waters gradually become cooler as you travel southwards into the Indian Ocean.

The last dive will be on the penultimate day of the trip. Divers are recommended to wait for 24hours before flying after the last dive.

Divers who join Adelaar’s Komodo Liveaboard must have above basic diver training from an official dive agency. We recommend having a PADI ‘Advanced Open Water’ certification or equivalent. The majority of dive sites we head to are considered suitable for advanced divers; inexperienced divers with lesser qualifications may be excluded from certain dives.

23 Mar 2021
Adelaar Signature (Bali - Komodo - Bali)
€ 4576 10% discount
Arrival: 23 Mar 2021
Departure: 02 Apr 2021
Days/nights: 11 Days / 10 Nights
Adelaar Signature (Bali - Komodo - Bali)

Day 1: Welcome to Adelaar!

The meeting point will be at the Main Passenger Jetty in Serangan Harbor at 8:30 AM, where our crew is standing by to welcome you. As soon as everyone is aboard, we depart Serangan and move along Bali’s coastline, cruising overnight to Satonda Island. We hope for a magnificent sunset over Bali’s majestic Mt Agung.

Day 2: Satonda, Sumbawa (2 dives)

Arrival at Satonda Island will be late morning, with two dives scheduled along a sloping reef. Satonda is an ancient volcanic island, said to be even older than Tambora, with a saltwater lake that fills the crater. A massive tsunami filled the crater after the violent eruption of Mount Tambora, on Sumbawa, in 1814. Don’t miss a chance to cast your wish at the wishing trees along the lake’s edge! At sunset, we depart and cruise through the night toward Komodo.

Day 3: North Komodo National Park – Gili Lawa Laut (3-4 dives)

We are up early for a glimpse of the sunrise as we arrive at Gili Lawa Laut. The park is located in the region known as Wallacea, denoting the overlapping of Australian and Asian biogeographical areas. There is a splendid assortment of dive sites just outside this picturesque bay.

Day 4: Komodo Island (3-4 dives)

Dragons! We go ashore at 7:00 AM for a ranger-guided hike into Komodo Island’s interior to look for Komodo dragons. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the only natural habitat of these giant monitor lizards. The area was designated as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in 1991. Once safely back aboard, we travel south for a late morning and afternoon dive along the coast of Komodo. At dusk, we dive Lehok Sera to search for the elusive mandarin fish.

Day 5: South Komodo National Park –
Rinca & Nusa Kode (3-4 dives)

An early morning departure is planned as we head to the extreme southern end of Komodo to Manta Alley. This area typically has much cooler temperatures with nutrient-rich waters, perfect for Mantas! We enjoy lunch as the boat moves to Southern Rinca to an area known as Nusa Kode. With the towering cliff walls surrounding all sides, the landscape in this remote area is breathtaking. We board the dinghy and head towards the shore to get up close to the resident dragon population between dives. After the sun sets, we prepare for a night dive and a late dinner.

Day 6: South Komodo National Park – Nusa Kode & Padar (3-4 dives)

There are two dives planned for this area, one of which will be the famous ‘macro temple” of Cannibal Rock, a photographer’s dream come true. From here, we journey north to Padar Island for our afternoon dive. Before sunset, we go ashore and hike across to a beautiful crescent bay to witness a spectacular sunset. Alternately, for those who prefer to be underwater, a night dive is planned.

Day 7: Center Komodo National Park – Wainilu (3-4 dives)

We depart early from Padar and enter the central park area, also known as the ‘current city.’ This area of the park is subjected to the strong tidal currents that run through the Lintah Strait, bringing plenty of marine life. These currents make for lots of action and exhilarating drift dives. Mantas are often seen in these parts. In the late afternoon, we make our way north toward Wainilu and prepare for a night dive.

Day 8: North Komodo National Park – Gili Lawa Laut & Gili Lawa Darat (3-4 dives)

We’ve saved the best for last! We spend the morning diving around the northern boundary of the park of Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa Darat’s islands. In the late afternoon, we say goodbye to Komodo National Park and start our westward journey back towards Bali. We stop for the night in Banta Island, just outside the park boundary, and prepare for our last night dive.

Day 9: Sangeang volcano, Sumbawa (3 dives)

A very early morning departure, with destination Sangeang, a volcano whose most recent eruption was 2014. Upon our sunrise approach, Sangeang rises majestically from the sea, emitting the occasional puff of smoke. The black sandy bottom of this site makes for spectacular diving. In places, a steady stream of gaseous sulfur bubbles up from the sand, making its way towards the surface. Swimming through, you have the feeling of being in an underwater jacuzzi! Tonight, we sail through the night towards Moyo Island.

Day 10: Moyo Island, Sumbawa (2 dives)

We arrive at Moyo Island early this morning for our final two dives along the fringing reef outside the main village. Ashore excursion takes you through the local village along a winding path towards a waterfall. Those daring enough can grab the rope, swing out over the falls and drop into the pool below! We sail through the night towards Bali.

Day 11: Thanks for joining us!

Arrival in Serangan Harbor, Bali, will be after 9:00 AM. We hope to see you again!

Please note that this is a sample itinerary. The actual trip itinerary will vary depending on wind and sea conditions, group preferences, and the group’s diving experience level. Our dive instructor, together with the captain, will have the final say on the itinerary.

Marine Life: The underwater topography is as varied as the marine life it homes. Dive sites vary from gentle coral slopes to sheer cliff walls, channels, flat bottoms, pinnacles, caves, swim-throughs, and a host of hard and soft corals. From the north’s Flores Sea, the warm waters gradually become cooler as you travel southwards into the Indian Ocean.

The last dive will be on the penultimate day of the trip. Divers are recommended to wait for 24hours before flying after the last dive.

Divers who join Adelaar’s Komodo Liveaboard must have above basic diver training from an official dive agency. We recommend having a PADI ‘Advanced Open Water’ certification or equivalent. The majority of dive sites we head to are considered suitable for advanced divers; inexperienced divers with lesser qualifications may be excluded from certain dives.

26 Apr 2021
Komodo Exclusive (Komodo - Sangeang Volcano - Komodo)
Arrival: 26 Apr 2021
Departure: 04 May 2021
Days/nights: 9 Days / 8 Nights
Komodo Exclusive (Komodo - Sangeang Volcano - Komodo)

Day 1: Welcome to Adelaar! (2 dives)

Boarding is from the port town of Labuan Bajo, Flores, and will be from 11:00 AM onwards, depending on flight arrival times. Our team will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the harbor. As soon as everyone is aboard, we depart the harbor, with destination Sabolon island, where we will do two check dives. We anchor in a quiet bay for the night.

Day 2: Sangeang Volcano (3 dives)

A very early morning departure, with destination Sangeang, a volcano whose most recent eruption was 2014. Upon our sunrise approach, Sangeang rises majestically from the sea, emitting the occasional puff of smoke. The black sandy bottom of this site makes for spectacular diving. In places, a steady stream of gaseous sulfur bubbles up from the sand, making its way towards the surface. Swimming through, you have the feeling of being in an underwater jacuzzi! We will anchor just outside the village for the night, with a night dive planned. If we arrive early enough, there is a chance to go ashore to visit the village.

Day 3: North Komodo National Park (4 dives)

We depart Sangeang Island very early morning with destination Banta Island, which lies outside the park boundary. We plan two dives here on Banta’s northern coastline. We cross to enter the Komodo National Park and plan our first stop in North West Komodo during lunch. Our afternoon and night dive will be in this bay. We anchor here for the night.

Day 4: Prehistoric Day & Central/South Komodo National Park (3 dives)

Dragons! We go ashore at 7:00 AM for a ranger-guided hike into Komodo Island’s interior to look for Komodo dragons. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the only natural habitat of these giant monitor lizards. The area was designated as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in 1991. Once safely back aboard, we move around the corner to our dive site just off Komodo’s famous pink beach. During lunch, we travel south for an afternoon dive along the coast of Komodo. At dusk, we dive Lehok Sera to search for the elusive mandarin fish.

Day 5: South Komodo Island & South Rinca (4 dives)

This morning, we move to the extreme southern end of Komodo Island to our dive site, Manta Alley. This area typically has much cooler temperatures with nutrient-rich waters, perfect for Mantas! After our two dives here, we enjoy lunch as the boat moves to Southern Rinca to an area known as Nusa Kode. With the towering cliff walls surrounding all sides, the landscape in this remote destination is breathtaking. We board the dinghy and head towards the shore to get up close to the resident dragon population between dives. After the sun sets, we prepare for a night dive and then a late dinner.

Day 6: South Rinca & Padar Island  (4 dives)

This morning, we are diving the South East corners of Horseshoe Bay in Nusa Koda. At lunch, we move north to Padar for an afternoon dive. Just before sunset, we go ashore and hike across Padar to a beautiful crescent bay, with a perfect view of the sunset. Alternately, for those who prefer to be underwater, a night dive is planned.

Day 7: Padar Island & Central Komodo National Park (4 dives)

We enter the central park area, also known as the ‘current city.’ This area of the park is subjected to the strong tidal currents that run through the Lintah Strait, bringing plenty of marine life. These currents make for lots of action and exhilarating drift dives. Mantas are often seen in these parts. We spend the next two days diving the central park dive sites, with a night dive planned each evening.

Day 8: Sebayur & Pungu (3 dives)

Our last diving days are spent around the island of Sebayur just north of the park. For the afternoon, keeping our no-fly time in mind, we plan a tour of the Atlas Pearl Farm on Pulau Pungu. They assure a healthy eco-system, essential for the finest white and silver pearls to be grown with their environmentally friendly approach. We anchor here for the night.

Day 9: Thanks for joining us!

We arrive in Labuan Bajo at 7:00 AM. Disembark after breakfast for your onward journey.

For our non-diving guests, in addition to snorkeling, we offer Stand-Up-Paddle boards (SUP) and a two-seater kayak. Not all areas of the park are suitable for these activities. Our cruise manager will be able to find the right times and places for these activities.

Marine Life: Bumphead parrotfish, 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 last dive will be on the penultimate day of the trip. Divers are recommended to wait for 24 hours before flying after the last dive.

07 May 2021
Komodo Extended Manta Special (Komodo-Bali)
Arrival: 07 May 2021
Departure: 17 May 2021
Days/nights: 11 Days / 10 Nights
Komodo Extended Manta Special (Komodo-Bali)

Day 1: Welcome on board! – Labuan Bajo & Sebayur (2 dives)

Boarding is from the port town of Labuan Bajo, Flores, and will be from 11:00 AM onwards, depending on flight arrival times. Our team will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the harbor. As soon as everyone is aboard, we depart the harbor, with destination Sebayur, where we will do 1-2 check dives. We move to Kalong to anchor for the night. At sunset, the skies are filled with fruit bats taking a flight to the mainland for their nightly feed.

Day 2: Sebayur &a Padar Island (4 dives)

Today, we enter Komodo National Park, located in the region known as Wallacea, denoting the overlapping of Australian and Asian bio-geographical areas. This overlap ensures an interesting mix of bird species. Our dives will be around Padar Island, which is located in the center of the park. Before sunset, we go ashore and hike across to a beautiful crescent bay for a spectacular sunset. Alternately, for those who prefer to be underwater, a night dive is planned.

Day 3: South Rinca – Padar & Nusa Kode (4 dives)

We depart early morning from Padar and travel south to Nusa Kode. There are three dives and a night dive planned for this area, one of which will be the famous ‘macro temple” of Cannibal Rock, a photographer’s dream come true. With the towering cliff walls surrounding all sides, the landscape in this remote area is breathtaking. We board the dinghy and head towards the shore to get up close to the resident dragon population between dives.

Day 4:South Rinca & South Komodo (4 dives)

An early morning departure is planned as we head to Manta Alley at Komodo Island’s extreme southern end. This area typically has much cooler temperatures and nutrient-rich waters, perfect for Mantas! Once safely back aboard, we travel north for an afternoon dive along the coast of Komodo. A night dive is planned just outside Komodo Bay.

Day 5: Prehistoric day (3 dives)

Dragons! We go ashore at 7:00 AM for a ranger-guided hike into Komodo Island’s interior to look for Komodo dragons. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the only natural habitat of these giant monitor lizards. The area was designated as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in 1991. A late morning dive is planned at nearby Pink Beach. After lunch, we travel to Manta Point with the hope to dive with Mantas! We move to a quiet bay and prepare for our night dive.

Day 6 & 7: Central Komodo National Park (8 dives)

We enter the central park area, also known as the ‘current city.’ This area of the park is subjected to the strong tidal currents that run through the Lintah Strait, bringing plenty of marine life. These currents make for lots of action and exhilarating drift dives. Mantas are often seen in these parts. We spend the next two days diving the central park dive sites.

Day 8: North Komodo National Park (4 dives)

We spend the day diving around the northern boundary of the Park of the uninhabited islands of Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa Darat. In the late afternoon, we say goodbye to Komodo National Park and start our westward journey back towards Bali. We stop for the night in Banta Island, just outside the park boundary, and prepare for our last night dive.

Day 9: Sangeang Volcano (3 dives)

A very early morning departure, with destination Sangeang, a volcano whose most recent eruption was 2014. Upon our sunrise approach, Sangeang rises majestically from the sea, emitting the occasional puff of smoke. The black sandy bottom of this site makes for spectacular diving. In places, a steady stream of gaseous sulfur bubbles up from the sand, making its way towards the surface. Swimming through, you have the feeling of being in an underwater jacuzzi! Tonight we sail through the night towards Moyo Island.

Day 10: Moyo Island (2 dives)

We arrive at Moyo Island early this morning for our final two dives along the fringing reef near the main village. Ashore excursion takes you through the local village along a winding path towards a waterfall. Those daring enough can grab the rope, swing out over the falls and drop into the pool below! We sail through the night towards Bali.

Day 11: Thanks for joining us!

Arrival in Serangan Harbor, Bali, will be sometime after 9:00 AM.

For our non-diving guests, in addition to snorkeling, we offer Stand-Up-Paddle boards (SUP) and a two-seater kayak. Not all areas of the park are suitable for these activities. Our cruise manager will be able to find the right times and places for these activities.

This route involves one domestic flight through LBJ airport on Flores island; it also grants more time to enjoy Komodo. This is ideal for exploring Flores’ island and its amazing wonders before or after the cruise or simply focus more attention on the Komodo National Park. There is always more to see in Komodo!

The route on our fixed departure itineraries may be altered for your comfort and safety. Diving is planned around the weather, sea conditions, and capabilities of each diver.

The last dive will be on the penultimate day of the trip. Divers are recommended to wait for 24 hours before flying after the last dive.

Included: VAT, Fuel Surcharge, Port Fees, Drinking Water, Soft drinks, Tea & Coffee, Full-Board Meal Plan (All meals), Snacks, Diving Package, Kayaks, Land Excursions, Naturalist Guide, Stand Up Paddleboard, Cabin Towels, Deck Towels, WiFi internet.

Required Extras: Dive Insurance, Travel Insurance, National Park Fees (160 EUR per trip), Visas, and Fees.

Optional Extras: Gratuities, Airport Transfer (40 EUR), Hotel Transfer (40 EUR), Alcoholic Beverages, Nitrox, Nitrox Course (235 EUR per item), Private Dive Guide, Rental Gear, Scuba Diving Courses, Snorkel Gear, Snorkeling Guide, Laundry / Pressing Services (0.50 EUR per item).