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Sea Safari VI

SEA SAFARI VI; PROUD TO SHOW THE WONDERS OF INDONESIAN NATURE AND CULTURE.

KLM Sea Safari VI is the smallest vessel in the Sea Safari fleet. This luxury traditional build phinisi schooner has a length of 35 meters and made her maiden voyage in 2000.

Liveaboard diving safaris bring you to the Forgotten Islands, Wakatobi, Komodo, and Raja Ampat for a great diving experience. Cruises are between 5 – 8 days.

Accommodation

Sea Safari vi liveaboard accommodates 20 guests in 10 excellent rooms. All have an en suite bathroom, washbasin, hot and cold shower, and air conditioning.

On the upper deck are four staterooms with double beds or twin beds. On the main deck are two staterooms with double beds. These staterooms have large windows and doors giving direct access to the outside gangway.

On the lower deck are four deluxe cabins with double beds or twin beds. These cabins have portholes and doors to the inside hallway.

Twin Cabin - Lower Deck

Twin Cabin - Lower Deck

Room size: 10 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: 2 Single
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:
Twin Cabin - Upper Deck

Twin Cabin - Upper Deck

Room size: 10 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: 2 Single
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:
Double Cabin - Lower Deck

Double Cabin - Lower Deck

Room size: – m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: Double
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:
Double Cabin - Middle deck/Upper Deck

Double Cabin - Middle deck/Upper Deck

Room size: – m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: Double
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:

Comfort

Sea Safari VI friendly personnel is happy to support and serve you in every way. The indoor dining area with an air conditioner gives panoramic views of the seascapes. The lounge offers audio &video entertainment, a library, and a coffee machine.

The shaded outside bar on the upper deck adjoins the sunny top deck with reclining deck chairs. Everything on Sea Safari 6 liveaboard is directed to your convenience.

Catering

Sea Safari Cruises takes pride in indulging its guests with healthy and delicious food. Chefs on board are qualified professionals.

Meals include early morning breakfast and cooked breakfast after the first dive. Lunch and dinner are served as abundant buffets with surprising choices of international origin.

Vegetarian food is always obtainable. If you have particular demands concerning your diet, please let us know before your trip.

Diving

Raja Ampat holds over 75% of all known coral species and over 1,500 species of fish. The Komodo National Park is rich in marine life, including whale sharks, manta rays, and vibrant coral reefs. Scuba Diving and snorkeling in these waters is a breathtaking experience.

The dedicated dive deck houses all the amenities for a comfortable dive. Nitrox is available. Our diving guides will bring you to seldom-visited dive sites of unbelievable beauty. Kayaking, fishing, and land excursions can make part of our leisure activities.

Destinations

Indonesia

Ambon

Raja Ampat

Maumere

Alor

Wakatobi

Misool

Forgotten Islands

SPECIFICATIONS

Year built: 2000

Length: 35 meters

Top speed: 7 knot

Cruising speed: 7 knot

Engines: 1 unit DEUTZ 241 PK – 2300 RPM Made in Germany + 3 x auxiliary

Max guests: 20

Number of cabins: 10

Number of bathrooms: 10

Tenders: 4 Units Outboard Yamaha 40 HP (2 Stroke)

Water capacity: 12 Ton

Fuel capacity: 30 Ton

NAVIGATION, COMMUNICATION, AND SAFETY FEATURES

 Radar

 Radio VHF/DSC/SSB

 Emergency Rafts

 Life Vests

 Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers

 Oxygen

 First Aid Kits

 Satellite & mobile phones

 Searchlight

 Engine room CCTV

 Crew trained in first aid

Sea Safari VI luxury liveaboard to top dive destinations such as Wakatobi, Raja Ampat, Alor, Misool, Komodo, and the Forgotten Islands.

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27 Mar 2021
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong
Arrival: 27 Mar 2021
Departure: 02 Apr 2021
Days/nights: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong

Day 1: Arrive in Sorong at the newly built Dominique Edward Osok airport. Our representative will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you to the ship for immediate boarding. Our Safety Briefing, Safety DVD, Crew Introduction, Necessary Dive Paperwork, Cabin allocation, and ship orientation will take place before departing Sorong Harbour. During the journey to our first dive site, take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel and make yourself comfortable.

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Dive: Check Dive at Black Rock or Yum Slope

Day 2: Penemu Island – Melissa’s Garden, Barracuda Reef, Galaxy, Anita’s Garden. All of these dive sites offer world-class diving, fantastic corals, and a tremendous amount of fish. Because the substrate at Melissa’s Garden is exceedingly delicate, absolute attention to good buoyancy is required. This is also an excellent chance to trek to one of the most famous viewpoints in the region.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking.

Day 3: Yanggefo Island – Myhem, Citrus Ridge, Gam Ridge, and Mangroves. This area offers some truly unique environments to dive in. The vibrant orange soft corals of Citrus Ridge provide a stunning backdrop to this site, home to barracudas, bumphead parrotfish, and sea snakes are common here. Myhem offers schools of batfish, surgeonfish, and snappers, with the occasional Wobbegong sleeping under the coral heads. Gam Ridge is an excellent place to spot Eagle and Mobula rays. The Mangroves offer some stunning photo opportunities, diving late in the day around 4 pm when the sun is low in the sky gives some dazzling shafts of light in the mangrove shallows.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 4: Airborek Island – Manta Sandy, Manta Ridge, Airborek Island & Jetty. Manta Sandy and Manta Ridge are two of the most reliable Manta congregation spots in the Dampier Strait. You can look at the majestic animals somersaulting through the water while cleaned by several Wrasse species and even Butterflyfish. The Jetty at Airborek offers unique photo opportunities of the long wooden pillars covered with soft corals and sea fans; if you’re lucky, the local kids will be at play, jumping in the water, eager to get on your photo reel. Airborek Jetty offers one of the best night dives in Raja Ampat, where Blue Ring Octopus, Harlequin Shrimp, and Wobbegong are often seen.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 5: Dampier Strait – Mikes Point, Sardine Reef, Mioskon, and Friwinbondan. Before dive activities begin, we have an early rise; we search for the Red Bird of Paradise at Sawingkrai Village on Gam. We then continue to Mike’s Point. Schooling sweetlips, patrolling blacktip reef sharks, and interesting macro subjects such as small octopus and shrimp thrive in these craggy coral niches. Sardine Reef. Sardines are not found at this site, but you won’t miss them. Fusiliers, Surgeonfish, Trevally, Rainbow Runners, Sweetlips, and Bannerfish crowd the open water and swarm over a reef decorated with sea fans. Mioskon Reef is home to hundreds of lined snappers covering the slope; schools of glassfish hide in coral bommies, and Wobbegongs are very common here. Friwinbondan offers a good night dive with Nudibranches, many shrimps, and, if you are lucky, a Walking Shark (Epaulette shark)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking

 

Day 6: Kri island – Cape Kri, Cape Mansuar, located in the Dampier Strait on Mansuar & Kri Islands. This site is one of the top dives in Raja. Cape Kri is recorded as having the most amount of fish species counted on a single dive by renowned ichthyologist Dr. Gerald Allen. Cape Mansuar is not far behind with large barracuda schools, surgeonfish, bumphead parrotfish, and many friendly turtles. A perfect way to end your trip.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive: 2-morning dives

Day 7: After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Be ready to leave the boat, and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport. Your diving journey has ended, and we shall look forward to welcoming you onboard again.

Meals: Breakfast

Dive: no dive

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. 

All divers must have Open Water certification with at least 25 logged dives in the past five years. Suppose the diver fails to meet this requirement. In that case, Sea Safari Cruises will require the diver to hire a private divemaster to ensure its safety during the diving activity. The fee for a private divemaster will be 50 USD/day. All divers must produce a written/stamped logbook with their last dives and all necessary certification cards for the type of dives they wish to undertake.

18 Apr 2021
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong
Arrival: 18 Apr 2021
Departure: 24 Apr 2021
Days/nights: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong

Day 1: Arrive in Sorong at the newly built Dominique Edward Osok airport. Our representative will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you to the ship for immediate boarding. Our Safety Briefing, Safety DVD, Crew Introduction, Necessary Dive Paperwork, Cabin allocation, and ship orientation will take place before departing Sorong Harbour. During the journey to our first dive site, take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel and make yourself comfortable.

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Dive: Check Dive at Black Rock or Yum Slope

Day 2: Penemu Island – Melissa’s Garden, Barracuda Reef, Galaxy, Anita’s Garden. All of these dive sites offer world-class diving, fantastic corals, and a tremendous amount of fish. Because the substrate at Melissa’s Garden is exceedingly delicate, absolute attention to good buoyancy is required. This is also an excellent chance to trek to one of the most famous viewpoints in the region.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking.

Day 3: Yanggefo Island – Myhem, Citrus Ridge, Gam Ridge, and Mangroves. This area offers some truly unique environments to dive in. The vibrant orange soft corals of Citrus Ridge provide a stunning backdrop to this site, home to barracudas, bumphead parrotfish, and sea snakes are common here. Myhem offers schools of batfish, surgeonfish, and snappers, with the occasional Wobbegong sleeping under the coral heads. Gam Ridge is an excellent place to spot Eagle and Mobula rays. The Mangroves offer some stunning photo opportunities, diving late in the day around 4 pm when the sun is low in the sky gives some dazzling shafts of light in the mangrove shallows.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 4: Airborek Island – Manta Sandy, Manta Ridge, Airborek Island & Jetty. Manta Sandy and Manta Ridge are two of the most reliable Manta congregation spots in the Dampier Strait. You can look at the majestic animals somersaulting through the water while cleaned by several Wrasse species and even Butterflyfish. The Jetty at Airborek offers unique photo opportunities of the long wooden pillars covered with soft corals and sea fans; if you’re lucky, the local kids will be at play, jumping in the water, eager to get on your photo reel. Airborek Jetty offers one of the best night dives in Raja Ampat, where Blue Ring Octopus, Harlequin Shrimp, and Wobbegong are often seen.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 5: Dampier Strait – Mikes Point, Sardine Reef, Mioskon, and Friwinbondan. Before dive activities begin, we have an early rise; we search for the Red Bird of Paradise at Sawingkrai Village on Gam. We then continue to Mike’s Point. Schooling sweetlips, patrolling blacktip reef sharks, and interesting macro subjects such as small octopus and shrimp thrive in these craggy coral niches. Sardine Reef. Sardines are not found at this site, but you won’t miss them. Fusiliers, Surgeonfish, Trevally, Rainbow Runners, Sweetlips, and Bannerfish crowd the open water and swarm over a reef decorated with sea fans. Mioskon Reef is home to hundreds of lined snappers covering the slope; schools of glassfish hide in coral bommies, and Wobbegongs are very common here. Friwinbondan offers a good night dive with Nudibranches, many shrimps, and, if you are lucky, a Walking Shark (Epaulette shark)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking

 

Day 6: Kri island – Cape Kri, Cape Mansuar, located in the Dampier Strait on Mansuar & Kri Islands. This site is one of the top dives in Raja. Cape Kri is recorded as having the most amount of fish species counted on a single dive by renowned ichthyologist Dr. Gerald Allen. Cape Mansuar is not far behind with large barracuda schools, surgeonfish, bumphead parrotfish, and many friendly turtles. A perfect way to end your trip.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive: 2-morning dives

Day 7: After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Be ready to leave the boat, and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport. Your diving journey has ended, and we shall look forward to welcoming you onboard again.

Meals: Breakfast

Dive: no dive

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. 

All divers must have Open Water certification with at least 25 logged dives in the past five years. Suppose the diver fails to meet this requirement. In that case, Sea Safari Cruises will require the diver to hire a private divemaster to ensure its safety during the diving activity. The fee for a private divemaster will be 50 USD/day. All divers must produce a written/stamped logbook with their last dives and all necessary certification cards for the type of dives they wish to undertake.

18 Apr 2021
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong
Arrival: 18 Apr 2021
Departure: 24 Apr 2021
Days/nights: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong

Day 1: Arrive in Sorong at the newly built Dominique Edward Osok airport. Our representative will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you to the ship for immediate boarding. Our Safety Briefing, Safety DVD, Crew Introduction, Necessary Dive Paperwork, Cabin allocation, and ship orientation will take place before departing Sorong Harbour. During the journey to our first dive site, take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel and make yourself comfortable.

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Dive: Check Dive at Black Rock or Yum Slope

Day 2: Penemu Island – Melissa’s Garden, Barracuda Reef, Galaxy, Anita’s Garden. All of these dive sites offer world-class diving, fantastic corals, and a tremendous amount of fish. Because the substrate at Melissa’s Garden is exceedingly delicate, absolute attention to good buoyancy is required. This is also an excellent chance to trek to one of the most famous viewpoints in the region.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking.

Day 3: Yanggefo Island – Myhem, Citrus Ridge, Gam Ridge, and Mangroves. This area offers some truly unique environments to dive in. The vibrant orange soft corals of Citrus Ridge provide a stunning backdrop to this site, home to barracudas, bumphead parrotfish, and sea snakes are common here. Myhem offers schools of batfish, surgeonfish, and snappers, with the occasional Wobbegong sleeping under the coral heads. Gam Ridge is an excellent place to spot Eagle and Mobula rays. The Mangroves offer some stunning photo opportunities, diving late in the day around 4 pm when the sun is low in the sky gives some dazzling shafts of light in the mangrove shallows.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 4: Airborek Island – Manta Sandy, Manta Ridge, Airborek Island & Jetty. Manta Sandy and Manta Ridge are two of the most reliable Manta congregation spots in the Dampier Strait. You can look at the majestic animals somersaulting through the water while cleaned by several Wrasse species and even Butterflyfish. The Jetty at Airborek offers unique photo opportunities of the long wooden pillars covered with soft corals and sea fans; if you’re lucky, the local kids will be at play, jumping in the water, eager to get on your photo reel. Airborek Jetty offers one of the best night dives in Raja Ampat, where Blue Ring Octopus, Harlequin Shrimp, and Wobbegong are often seen.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 5: Dampier Strait – Mikes Point, Sardine Reef, Mioskon, and Friwinbondan. Before dive activities begin, we have an early rise; we search for the Red Bird of Paradise at Sawingkrai Village on Gam. We then continue to Mike’s Point. Schooling sweetlips, patrolling blacktip reef sharks, and interesting macro subjects such as small octopus and shrimp thrive in these craggy coral niches. Sardine Reef. Sardines are not found at this site, but you won’t miss them. Fusiliers, Surgeonfish, Trevally, Rainbow Runners, Sweetlips, and Bannerfish crowd the open water and swarm over a reef decorated with sea fans. Mioskon Reef is home to hundreds of lined snappers covering the slope; schools of glassfish hide in coral bommies, and Wobbegongs are very common here. Friwinbondan offers a good night dive with Nudibranches, many shrimps, and, if you are lucky, a Walking Shark (Epaulette shark)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking

 

Day 6: Kri island – Cape Kri, Cape Mansuar, located in the Dampier Strait on Mansuar & Kri Islands. This site is one of the top dives in Raja. Cape Kri is recorded as having the most amount of fish species counted on a single dive by renowned ichthyologist Dr. Gerald Allen. Cape Mansuar is not far behind with large barracuda schools, surgeonfish, bumphead parrotfish, and many friendly turtles. A perfect way to end your trip.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive: 2-morning dives

Day 7: After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Be ready to leave the boat, and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport. Your diving journey has ended, and we shall look forward to welcoming you onboard again.

Meals: Breakfast

Dive: no dive

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. 

All divers must have Open Water certification with at least 25 logged dives in the past five years. Suppose the diver fails to meet this requirement. In that case, Sea Safari Cruises will require the diver to hire a private divemaster to ensure its safety during the diving activity. The fee for a private divemaster will be 50 USD/day. All divers must produce a written/stamped logbook with their last dives and all necessary certification cards for the type of dives they wish to undertake.

14 May 2021
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong
Arrival: 14 May 2021
Departure: 20 May 2021
Days/nights: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Sorong - Raja Ampat - Sorong

Day 1: Arrive in Sorong at the newly built Dominique Edward Osok airport. Our representative will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you to the ship for immediate boarding. Our Safety Briefing, Safety DVD, Crew Introduction, Necessary Dive Paperwork, Cabin allocation, and ship orientation will take place before departing Sorong Harbour. During the journey to our first dive site, take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel and make yourself comfortable.

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Dive: Check Dive at Black Rock or Yum Slope

Day 2: Penemu Island – Melissa’s Garden, Barracuda Reef, Galaxy, Anita’s Garden. All of these dive sites offer world-class diving, fantastic corals, and a tremendous amount of fish. Because the substrate at Melissa’s Garden is exceedingly delicate, absolute attention to good buoyancy is required. This is also an excellent chance to trek to one of the most famous viewpoints in the region.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking.

Day 3: Yanggefo Island – Myhem, Citrus Ridge, Gam Ridge, and Mangroves. This area offers some truly unique environments to dive in. The vibrant orange soft corals of Citrus Ridge provide a stunning backdrop to this site, home to barracudas, bumphead parrotfish, and sea snakes are common here. Myhem offers schools of batfish, surgeonfish, and snappers, with the occasional Wobbegong sleeping under the coral heads. Gam Ridge is an excellent place to spot Eagle and Mobula rays. The Mangroves offer some stunning photo opportunities, diving late in the day around 4 pm when the sun is low in the sky gives some dazzling shafts of light in the mangrove shallows.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 4: Airborek Island – Manta Sandy, Manta Ridge, Airborek Island & Jetty. Manta Sandy and Manta Ridge are two of the most reliable Manta congregation spots in the Dampier Strait. You can look at the majestic animals somersaulting through the water while cleaned by several Wrasse species and even Butterflyfish. The Jetty at Airborek offers unique photo opportunities of the long wooden pillars covered with soft corals and sea fans; if you’re lucky, the local kids will be at play, jumping in the water, eager to get on your photo reel. Airborek Jetty offers one of the best night dives in Raja Ampat, where Blue Ring Octopus, Harlequin Shrimp, and Wobbegong are often seen.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day 5: Dampier Strait – Mikes Point, Sardine Reef, Mioskon, and Friwinbondan. Before dive activities begin, we have an early rise; we search for the Red Bird of Paradise at Sawingkrai Village on Gam. We then continue to Mike’s Point. Schooling sweetlips, patrolling blacktip reef sharks, and interesting macro subjects such as small octopus and shrimp thrive in these craggy coral niches. Sardine Reef. Sardines are not found at this site, but you won’t miss them. Fusiliers, Surgeonfish, Trevally, Rainbow Runners, Sweetlips, and Bannerfish crowd the open water and swarm over a reef decorated with sea fans. Mioskon Reef is home to hundreds of lined snappers covering the slope; schools of glassfish hide in coral bommies, and Wobbegongs are very common here. Friwinbondan offers a good night dive with Nudibranches, many shrimps, and, if you are lucky, a Walking Shark (Epaulette shark)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking

 

Day 6: Kri island – Cape Kri, Cape Mansuar, located in the Dampier Strait on Mansuar & Kri Islands. This site is one of the top dives in Raja. Cape Kri is recorded as having the most amount of fish species counted on a single dive by renowned ichthyologist Dr. Gerald Allen. Cape Mansuar is not far behind with large barracuda schools, surgeonfish, bumphead parrotfish, and many friendly turtles. A perfect way to end your trip.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dive: 2-morning dives

Day 7: After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Be ready to leave the boat, and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport. Your diving journey has ended, and we shall look forward to welcoming you onboard again.

Meals: Breakfast

Dive: no dive

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. 

All divers must have Open Water certification with at least 25 logged dives in the past five years. Suppose the diver fails to meet this requirement. In that case, Sea Safari Cruises will require the diver to hire a private divemaster to ensure its safety during the diving activity. The fee for a private divemaster will be 50 USD/day. All divers must produce a written/stamped logbook with their last dives and all necessary certification cards for the type of dives they wish to undertake.

Included: VAT, Accommodation, Complimentary toiletries, Tanks, Weights, Belts, Divemaster 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 USD 20 per day), Onboard telecommunication, Laundry service, Alcoholic beverages &Soft Drinks, 32% EAN Nitrox.