Dewi Nusantara Liveaboard, Indonesia


Dewi Nusantara is one of the most efficient and experienced companies in the liveaboard diving industry in South East Asia. It was purposely designed to cater to those who seek quality, safety, and comfort on their diving vacation.

Dewi Nusantara liveaboard provides a 5-star diving cruise to explore the world’s most diverse marine biosphere. This spectacular 57-meter 3-masted schooner sails to all the best diving spots in the Indonesian Archipelago. Meanwhile, you will be indulged by our team of professionals and their caring service.


Dewi Nusantara live aboard has a total of 9 cabins for 18 guests.

The master suite is our signature room. It is a marvel of comfort and beauty and covers the full width of the yacht, offering a 180-degree view of the ocean at the stern. It has a king-size bed, a plush seating area and plenty of storage space. The en-suite bathroom has a hot water shower as well as a bath that overlooks the ocean.

On the lower deck are 8 superior staterooms with a king-size bed or 2 single beds. These first-class cabins are individually designed and very spacious. All include en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, a desk and plenty of storage space.

Deluxe Stateroom

Deluxe Stateroom

Room size: 20 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: 1 Double or 2 Single
Private bathroom: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes

Master Suite

Master Suite

Room size: 46 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: 1 king
Private bathroom: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes


The magnificent lounge area is well appointed with comfortable furniture and a fridge with alcoholic- and soft drinks. The partly shaded sundeck is situated on the upper deck. Select a sunbed, a sofa or a hammock for your in-between-dives relaxation or your evening entertainment. The use of the internet is free.


This cruise is also a culinary event. The chef on board will prepare all the dishes with fresh products and is a star in creating domestic as well as western gourmet dishes.

Breakfast and lunch are served as a buffet with a rich choice of foodies. Dinner is a set menu per day that may be relished in the restaurant or on the outside deck with a glass of wine.

If you follow any particular diet or have allergies, please inform us ahead of time.


The dive deck on Dewi Nusantara provides you with freshwater buckets for your cameras and dive equipment. All divers have a private box for storage of personal belongings.

It’s an easy entry by the staircase to one of the several tenders that will bring you to the dive site. Diving from a tender secures that reefs stay protected and enables you to start your dive at the exact area of interest. Groups of divers comprise a maximum of 5 persons.

Dewi Nusantara Liveaboard SCHEDULE

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

Excluded: Rental gear (full set USD 220 per week or USD 300 for 10 days) | Instruction | Nitrox tanks (USD 100 for a week, USD 150 for 10 days) and retail charges | Courses | Extra alcoholic drinks | Trip cancellation and dive insurance | Crew gratuities | Fuel surcharge applies on some special trips | Domestic flight needed for any cruises not from/to Male | Please note: 12% GST and not included on all extras and Green tax ( US$ 6 / person per night) to be paid on board | Hanifaru Bay Park Fee ($20 to be paid on board). Single Supplements: 80% applies in winter (November – April) 50% in Summer (May – October)


Year built: 2007-2008
Length: 58 meters
Deck area: 400 square meters
Beam: 12 meters
Top speed: 10 knots
Cruising speed: 8-9 knots
Engines: 2 x 500 hp Nissan twin-turbo diesel
Max guests: 18
Number of cabins: 9
Tenders: Fibreglass with ladders 7.5 meters long and 2.4 wide. Yamaha 4 stroke 200hp
Water capacity: 2 x 5000 liters per day
Fuel capacity: 29000 liters
Freshwater maker: 10000 liters per day

Navigation, Communication And Safety Features

Depth Sounder
Emergency Rafts
Life Vests
Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers
First Aid Kits
Satellite &mobile phones
Crew trained in first aid
Emergency flares

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