Tiare

TIARE LIVEABOARD; DISCOVER THE SPLENDOR OF THE EMERALD ARCHIPELAGO.

Feel welcome to Tiare, a 5-star liveaboard sailing the magnificent Indonesian seas. We offer our guests the opportunity to discover the natural and cultural treasures of the mythical Indonesian archipelago.

Excellent service and authentic hospitality will accompany your cruise of discovery. We will entertain Divers and their company to conform to their interests and wishes. The itineraries bring you to all the fascinating places east of Bali, ranging from Komodo national park to distant Halmahera.

Accommodation

At night Tiare liveaboard guests rest in comfort in 6 private quarters for 14 guests. These have spacious bathrooms and all imaginable in-room amenities.

Expect high-quality beds and selected bed and bath linens. 4 cabins have king-size beds, two cabins have twin beds, and two triple cabins have an extra single bed. The interiors are airy and have exotic allure featuring antique salvaged teak wooden details and nautical portholes.

Double Cabin

Double Cabin

Room size: 13 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: Double
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:
Twin Cabin

Twin Cabin

Room size: 13 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: 2 Single
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:
Triple Cabin

Triple Cabin

Room size: 13 m²
Max. occupancy: 2
Beds: 3 Single
Private bathroom: 1
Air conditioning: 1
WiFi in the room:

Comfort

The indoor lounge is very much what you expect on a luxury yacht. Watch a movie or playback your photo and video footage, serve on the internet, read a book, or have a drink with your fellow passengers. Indoor facilities include a restaurant, spa, and camera benches, and an editing room.

Revive yourself on the après-dive sun deck or rewind on the shaded bow lounge with a perfect al fresco meal or a sunset aperitif.

Catering

In the galley, we prepare our delightful dishes with fresh ingredients. World-famous Indonesian cuisine and western specialties are proudly served with a smile.

Breakfast and lunch are rich and tempting buffets. Dinner is à la carte with a complimentary glass of wine from our well-stocked bar. Smokers can conclude their diners with a cigar from the onboard tobacco shop.

Our chef will gladly cater to your dietary demands.

Diving

Itineraries on Tiare bring you to some fantastic dive sites around the Indonesian archipelago, where an abundance of marine life is present and stunning coral reefs are present. During your liveaboard diving cruise, you will explore some dive spots during the night dives that will give you a different look at the underwater world.

The divemasters on Tiare Liveaboard have excellent technical skills and knowledge of secluded and pristine sites. They will strive to realize all your scuba diving dreams.

Dive tenders are continuously deployed so that you can be assured of surface cover and safety support.

The dive deck on the mothership has hot water showers and rinse containers, personal storage capacity, and a helpful crew’s constant assistance.

Rental gear, nitrox, and diving courses are at your disposal.

Tiare cruises offer a spectacular experience for divers and non-divers: climb smoking volcanoes, watch orangutans and paradise birds in the jungle or visit the Komodo dragons. Cultural excursions, snorkeling, and beach fun will contribute to your perfect holiday.

SPECIFICATIONS

Year built: 2013

Year renovated: 2017

Length: 36.50 m

Cruising speed: 10 knots

Engines: Yanmar Turbo Diesel 500 hp

Max guests: 14

Number of cabins: 6

Number of bathrooms: 6

Water capacity: 10000 liters

Fuel capacity: 11000 liters

Freshwater maker: 2 x 3000 liters

NAVIGATION, COMMUNICATION, AND SAFETY FEATURES

 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

 Searchlight

 Engine room CCTV

Tiare Luxury liveaboard offers year-round dive safaris around the best diving destinations in the Indonesian archipelago.

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14 Apr 2021
Raja Ampat/Banda Sea (Sorong-Ambon)
Arrival: 14 Apr 2021
Departure: 25 Apr 2021
Days/nights: 12 Days / 11 Nights
Raja Ampat/Banda Sea (Sorong-Ambon)

Day 1: Board the stunning Tiaré, your home for the next 11 nights, in Sorong, and be ready to depart around 12 pm.

Day 2-10: On a liveaboard cruise on Tiaré, you can expect to dive 3 or 4 times a day depending on the weather conditions and currents.

Misool is in the southern part of Raja Ampat. Your first stop is at Pulau Pele, where Kaleidoscope Reef is as amazing a dive as the name suggests. Fans, colorful soft corals, a wide variety of reef fish, and dancing anchovies make this an unforgettable morning dive. Later in the day, Wayilbatan offers a dive in the mild currents between 2 small islands. This passage is filled with fans, soft corals and bommies, sweet lips, and turtles carried on the current. In the late afternoon, the light at Pulau Boo a perfect dive thanks to 3 holes in the middle of the wall where the light creates beautiful effects.

Koon Island off the coast of Seram is a dive with a huge concentration of fish. One site is even called Too Many Fish, where, depending on the current, the amount of schooling fish can be almost unbelievable. You’ll explore this area and choose the best spots depending on the weather conditions and currents. The channels around Seram offer plenty of great dives to choose from.

Southeast of Hatta Island is Karang Hatta, where the dive sites are closest to the 6000 meters deep Banda Trench. This means the chance of seeing large pelagic like white tip reef sharks, hammerheads, grey reef sharks, barracuda, and tuna is much higher. In the shallows, hard corals swarm with life as well, especially the reef’s edge where the currents start to hit.

Manuk is home to some of the largest schools of barracuda in the Banda Sea. The healthy reefs are also home to turtles, sea snakes, and a variety of sharks. Visibility is great, so that photographers will love diving here.

The Banda Islands may be famous for historical forts and nutmeg plantations, but they also offer some of the most incredible diving in Indonesia. If you love sea fans, you’re in for a treat at Batu Kapal. You’ll also have the unique experience of diving into the lava flow, which has become a stunning coral garden since the last eruption in 1988. You’ll see how nutrient-rich the waters are here by the schools of surgeonfish, banners, and so many more reef species. Also, the mandarin fish found here under the pier are some of the biggest you’ll ever lay eyes on.

Nusa Laut, you’ll dive over beautiful hard and soft corals in this extremely healthy reef. There is plenty of life here with tons of fish, including schooling jacks, grey reefs, and bump heads. Leopard sharks and dugongs have also been spotted here, so if you’re lucky, you’ll get the chance to see them as well.

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

Day 12: After breakfast and check-out, we start preparing for disembarkation in Ambon. We say good-bye to our guests and wish them farewell!

The itineraries may vary depending on weather conditions, flight timetables, and other unforeseen circumstances.

Marine Life: Snapper, Bumphead, blunt head parrotfish, turtles, sharks, moray eels, dog-toothed tuna, fusiliers, jacks, Hammerhead, thresher, and silvertip sharks, Mobula rays, whales, dolphins, and much more.

14 Apr 2021
Raja Ampat/Banda Sea (Sorong-Ambon) CHARTER
Arrival: 14 Apr 2021
Departure: 25 Apr 2021
Days/nights: 12 Days / 11 Nights
Raja Ampat/Banda Sea (Sorong-Ambon) CHARTER

Day 1: Board the stunning Tiaré, your home for the next 11 nights, in Sorong, and be ready to depart around 12 pm.

Day 2-10: On a liveaboard cruise on Tiaré, you can expect to dive 3 or 4 times a day depending on the weather conditions and currents.

Misool is in the southern part of Raja Ampat. Your first stop is at Pulau Pele, where Kaleidoscope Reef is as amazing a dive as the name suggests. Fans, colorful soft corals, a wide variety of reef fish, and dancing anchovies make this an unforgettable morning dive. Later in the day, Wayilbatan offers a dive in the mild currents between 2 small islands. This passage is filled with fans, soft corals and bommies, sweet lips, and turtles carried on the current. In the late afternoon, the light at Pulau Boo a perfect dive thanks to 3 holes in the middle of the wall where the light creates beautiful effects.

Koon Island off the coast of Seram is a dive with a huge concentration of fish. One site is even called Too Many Fish, where, depending on the current, the amount of schooling fish can be almost unbelievable. You’ll explore this area and choose the best spots depending on the weather conditions and currents. The channels around Seram offer plenty of great dives to choose from.

Southeast of Hatta Island is Karang Hatta, where the dive sites are closest to the 6000 meters deep Banda Trench. This means the chance of seeing large pelagic like white tip reef sharks, hammerheads, grey reef sharks, barracuda, and tuna is much higher. In the shallows, hard corals swarm with life as well, especially the reef’s edge where the currents start to hit.

Manuk is home to some of the largest schools of barracuda in the Banda Sea. The healthy reefs are also home to turtles, sea snakes, and a variety of sharks. Visibility is great, so that photographers will love diving here.

The Banda Islands may be famous for historical forts and nutmeg plantations, but they also offer some of the most incredible diving in Indonesia. If you love sea fans, you’re in for a treat at Batu Kapal. You’ll also have the unique experience of diving into the lava flow, which has become a stunning coral garden since the last eruption in 1988. You’ll see how nutrient-rich the waters are here by the schools of surgeonfish, banners, and so many more reef species. Also, the mandarin fish found here under the pier are some of the biggest you’ll ever lay eyes on.

Nusa Laut, you’ll dive over beautiful hard and soft corals in this extremely healthy reef. There is plenty of life here with tons of fish, including schooling jacks, grey reefs, and bump heads. Leopard sharks and dugongs have also been spotted here, so if you’re lucky, you’ll get the chance to see them as well.

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

Day 12: After breakfast and check-out, we start preparing for disembarkation in Ambon. We say good-bye to our guests and wish them farewell!

The itineraries may vary depending on weather conditions, flight timetables, and other unforeseen circumstances.

Marine Life: Snapper, Bumphead, blunt head parrotfish, turtles, sharks, moray eels, dog-toothed tuna, fusiliers, jacks, Hammerhead, thresher, and silvertip sharks, Mobula rays, whales, dolphins, and much more.

27 Apr 2021
Ambon, Banda Sea, Alor (Ambon-Maumere) CHARTER
Arrival: 27 Apr 2021
Departure: 08 May 2021
Days/nights: 12 Days / 11 Nights
Ambon, Banda Sea, Alor (Ambon-Maumere) CHARTER

Sample Itinerary

Your journey with Tiare starts when you arrived at the airport, where our crew will welcome you upon arrival. On your disembarkation day, you will be transferred back to the airport to say our goodbyes.

Day 1: Embarkation at Ambon. Check dive at Ambon, which is one of the best muck dives in the world.

Day 2 -7: 3-4 dives per day, including night dive where possible

  • Banda Neira
  • Banda Islands

Day 8: Suanggi

  • 1st dive Suanggi Ridge
  • 2nd dive Suanggi Wall
  • 3rd dive Pulau Ai
  • Crossing to Nusa Laut

Day 9: Nusa Laut

  • 1st dive Pombo Boi (Saparua Island)
  • 2nd dive Ameth (Nusa Laut)
  • 3rd dive Ameth (Nusa Laut)
  • Crossing to Laha

Day 10: Laha

  • 1st dive Laha
  • 2nd Dive – Laha II
  • 3rd Dive – Rhino City
  • Night Dive Laha

Day 11: Maumere – 2 dives and sail back to the harbor

Day 12: Disembarkation at Maumere.

Please note that the itineraries are examples only. We reserve the right to change the itinerary or specific agreed services if force majeure, unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances require us to do so.

The last dive will be on the penultimate day of the trip at around 4 pm. Divers are recommended to wait for 24hours before flying after the last dive.

27 Apr 2021
Ambon, Banda Sea, Alor (Ambon-Maumere)
Arrival: 27 Apr 2021
Departure: 08 May 2021
Days/nights: 12 Days / 11 Nights
Ambon, Banda Sea, Alor (Ambon-Maumere)

Sample Itinerary

Your journey with Tiare starts when you arrived at the airport, where our crew will welcome you upon arrival. On your disembarkation day, you will be transferred back to the airport to say our goodbyes.

Day 1: Embarkation at Ambon. Check dive at Ambon, which is one of the best muck dives in the world.

Day 2 -7: 3-4 dives per day, including night dive where possible

  • Banda Neira
  • Banda Islands

Day 8: Suanggi

  • 1st dive Suanggi Ridge
  • 2nd dive Suanggi Wall
  • 3rd dive Pulau Ai
  • Crossing to Nusa Laut

Day 9: Nusa Laut

  • 1st dive Pombo Boi (Saparua Island)
  • 2nd dive Ameth (Nusa Laut)
  • 3rd dive Ameth (Nusa Laut)
  • Crossing to Laha

Day 10: Laha

  • 1st dive Laha
  • 2nd Dive – Laha II
  • 3rd Dive – Rhino City
  • Night Dive Laha

Day 11: Maumere – 2 dives and sail back to the harbor

Day 12: Disembarkation at Maumere.

Please note that the itineraries are examples only. We reserve the right to change the itinerary or specific agreed services if force majeure, unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances require us to do so.

The last dive will be on the penultimate day of the trip at around 4 pm. Divers are recommended to wait for 24hours before flying after the last dive.