Sea Safari VII Liveaboard, Indonesia

SEA SAFARI VII;LEISURE ADVENTURES IN BALI AND KOMODO.

KLM Sea Safari VII is a modern replica of the traditional Buginese Schooner. These ships were used in the older days as trading vessels in Indonesia. It was built in 2001, has a length of 37.5- and a width of 10.65 meters. It is equipped with high-tech navigation and safety devises. As being part of the Sea Safari Cruises fleet, this liveaboard specializes in luxurious adventure holidays. Home base is Benoa Harbour in Bali from where sails are set for scuba expeditions in the crystal-clear waters surrounding Bali and Komodo. Other leisure activities include swimming and snorkelling, kayaking, fishing and island hopping for the numerous attractions ashore. Trips can vary from 3 to 11 days.

ACCOMMODATION

We accommodate a maximum of 28 passengers in 14 cabins. Draperies form romantic canopy ceilings and the abundant presence of wood enhances the yachtlike allure. All of our aircon cabins have a private bathroom, TV and a coffee/tea-maker. On the lower deck are 10 deluxe cabins. 6 have double beds and 4 have a twin setup. The main deck houses 4 staterooms with double beds.

 

Lower Deck Twin Cabin

Lower Deck Twin Cabin

Room size: 11 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: Twin beds
Private bathroom: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes
Lower Deck Double Cabin

Lower Deck Double Cabin

Room size: – m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: Double
Private bathroom: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes
Main/Upper Deck Double Cabin

Main/Upper Deck Double Cabin

Room size: 14 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: Double
Private bathroom: Yes
Air conditioning: Yes

Comfort

The lounge is a common indoor area for relaxation and entertainment. It is furnished with comfy sofas, panorama windows, and a library. Adjoining is a state of the art camera studio, ideal for preparing your photo/video equipment and checking your footage on the big screens. Our outdoor facilities include a sheltered restaurant, a bar, and a spacious sundeck.

Catering

The shipping company of our liveaboard is renowned for the high culinary standards they pursue. Chefs on board are passionate professionals. Meals include early morning breakfast and cooked breakfast after the first dive. lunch and dinner are served as rich buffets with delightful dishes of local and western origin. Vegetarian options will be available at every meal. We love to organize cookouts on the beach. In case you have special wishes regarding your régime, please let us know at the time of booking.

Diving

The waters surrounding Bali are very much suited for snorkelers, beginners as well as experienced divers. They feature incredible bio divers and varied dive sites deep and shallow, with coral ridges and shipwrecks to be explored. The specially designed dive deck has all the amenities for comfortable diving. Our dive guides are experienced experts. Rentals and nitrox are available.

Destinations

Sea Safari VII Liveaboard SCHEDULE

Included: VAT, Accommodation, Complimentary toiletries, Tanks, Weights, Belts, Dive master services, All meals, Possible fuel surcharge, Towels Provided

Excluded: International/domestic airfare and airport tax, Personal diving equipment (available for rent) and battery, Komodo National Park fee (25 USD/person/night), Raja ampat entrance fee (145 USD/person/packages), Cendrawasih Fee (35 USD/person/night), Maumere (Maumere 75 USD/person/package), Alor, Lembeh – Sangihe Talaud, Halmahera (100USD/pax/package), Gratuities to guide and crew (we recommend a tip at least $ 20 USD per day), Onboard telecommunication, Laundry service, Alcoholic beverages &Soft Drinks, 32% EAN Nitrox

ITINERARIES

Year built: 2002
Length: 37.50 meters
Top speed: 75 knots
Engines: 1 unit DEUTZ 241 PK – 2300 RPM Made in Germany + 3 x auxiliary
Max guests: 28 persons
Number of cabins: 14
Number of bathrooms: 15
Tenders: 4 Units Outboard Yamaha 40 HP (2 Stroke)
Water capacity: 12 Ton
Fuel capacity: 30 Ton

NAVIGATION, COMMUNICATION AND SAFETY FEATURES

Radar
GPS
Emergency Rafts
Life Vests
Fire Alarm &Fire Extinguishers
Oxygen
First Aid Kits
Satellite &mobile phones
Bilge pump alarm
Searchlight

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