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Dewata Liveaboard

Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard
Dewata Liveaboard

destination: Indonesia

Itinerary: Komodo & Bali, Banda Sea & Raja Ampat | Full Charter From $4,400++/night 

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dewata Liveaboard quick pitch

The Dewata Liveaboard is a 33m traditional Phinisi yacht built in 2020 in Bira, Sulawesi. It offers a unique layout that allows guests to enjoy the Indonesian seas at their own pace. The yacht features a private patio room with an espresso machine, ice maker, fridge, and private access to the sea with a hot shower. The vessel also offers a range of exciting activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, or hiking. 


Why You'll Like the dewata liveaboard

  • 33m traditional Phinisi yacht
  • Diving the best of Indonesia, including key hotspots such as Raja Ampat and Komodo
  • Designed to accommodate a small group for a more intimate experience


Dive Overview

Indonesia is a must-visit destination for avid scuba divers, as it hosts over 25% of the world's fish species and over 72% of the worldwide coral species. The country is often cited as the world's epicenter of biodiversity, alongside the Philippines and other Coral Triangle destinations.

Raja Ampat is a particularly popular diving spot in Indonesia, offering a mind-blowing diversity of marine life, including medium to large size fish, good macro, and great hard and soft coral reefs, as well as some muck and mangrove sites. The water temperature remains around 89°F (31°C) year-round, making it one of the warmest diving spots, and a wetsuit is hardly needed. The archipelago's topside scenery is also stunning, providing a beautiful backdrop for divers.

Diving in Raja Ampat is known for having one of the highest numbers of fish species of any place on the planet, making it one of the top 5 underwater photography destinations. The area also boasts some of the world's most beautiful coral reefs, making it a must-visit spot for scuba divers of all levels.

[See: Raja Ampat Travel Guide]

Check out this amazing video from the Dewata Liveaboard!

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Types of Cabins, Amenities and Photos

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dewata liveaboard Accommodation Details

Dewata Liveaboard has a total of three air-conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms. The two Master Cabins are located on the upper deck and contain a king-size bed (200cm x 200cm), a private outdoor patio, and a swimming platform.

An additional cabin is located on the lower deck, perfect for children, extra guests, or private staff. The cabin features two twin beds which can be converted into a king-size bed. All cabins are elegantly furnished and offer comfortable accommodation during the voyage.

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General Facilities

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dewata liveaboard Boat Features

  • Private living room
  • Dining & chill area
  • Espresso Machine
  • Ice maker
  • Massage table
  • Yoga mats
  • Scuba diving & snorkeling gear
  • Photographer desks
  • Sea kayak

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Schedule & Rates

Dewata Liveaboard Schedule & Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person and exclude 11% VAT.

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions]

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  • Exquisite fusion food by the Chef: 3 gourmet meals per day & additional snacks
  • Beers, soft drinks, fresh juices & freshly ground coffee, selection of teas & herbal infusions
  • Fun dives for certified scuba divers (Nitrox)
  • 1 free introductory dive per person
  • Snorkeling excusrsions
  • Shore excursions
  • Scuba diving & snorkeling gear
  • Massage
  • Marine park and harbour fees
  • Pick-up & transfers



  • International and domestic flights
  • International travel & medical insurance
  • VAT (11%)
  • Covid tests, if still required
  • Premium spirits, wine & Champagne
  • Scuba diving courses and certifications
  • International bank transfer fees
  • Crew gratuities at your discretion
  • Anything not listed in the Inclusions

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Other Dates & Availability

For more information on other departure dates that are not listed above and on availability email us at or call us at +1-310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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  • Komodo Liveaboards is an adventure filled with memorable diving and snorkeling sites with a plethora of undersea flora and fauna, walking trails for fantastic viewpoints as well as the opportunity to witness the grace of Manta Rays. Glide with sharks and observe the largest lizards on the planet in their savannah like landscape. Some dive sites like Castle Rock, Golden Passage, Batu Bolong are considered some of the best in the world.
  • DAY 1 Sebayor island
  • Get picked up in style at your hotel or airport, preferably in the morning. Komodo liveaboards will cruise west and enjoy the beach, snorkeling, or diving on Bidadari or Sebayur Kecil Island. These islands offer a calm environment but boast a lively coral reef for divers and snorkelers. Enjoy a first gorgeous sunset with a drink on board or at sea on kayaks or paddleboards. Night dive is optional.
  • DAY 2  Komodo Strait
  • Komodo Island lies in the middle of the straits between Sumbawa and the Flores Islands. The sea is funneled between the two islands, creating rich currents and coral reefs that we explore, such as Tatawa Besar, Batu Bolong and Golden Passage. At the end of a superb day’s Komodo liveaboards, surrounded by the colorful fish, we anchor safely in Gili Lawa Island Bay, famous for its views of the glowing sunset.
  • DAY 3 Manta point & Padar Island
  • Cruising south, we will stop at Taka Makassar aka Manta Point. In this lovely coral garden you will swim or dive with mantas, sharks, turtles and many more. The nearby sand atoll with turquoise waters is the perfect spot for lunch and relaxation. From there we will leave for Padar Island with its dramatic landscape of sharp peaks and pink sand beaches. Those who don’t mind taking a few steps can take a short walk to see tremendous views.
  • DAY 4 Horseshoe Bay
  • A day in South Rinca aka Horse Shoe Bay allows you to see an extraordinarily high concentration of wild life including monkeys, deer, wild pigs, sea eagles and of course Komodo dragons on the beach. Some world- class dive sites are in these colder waters, such as the famous Cannibal Rock.
  • DAY 5 Gili Lawa Island
  • This group of two islands has three world-famous dive sites and shark hotspots to enjoy: Castle Rock, Crystal Rock and the Cauldron. For less adventurous snorkelers or divers, it also has beautiful hard coral reefs surrounded by white sand where manta rays are not a rare sight. Paddle boarding or kayaking in these turquoise water bays is a must before a well-deserved drink at sunset.
  • DAY 6 Sanggeang
  • The Sanggeang active volcano means you can swim in its underwater hot springs and bubbling reef. Sanggean is famous for its extremely colorful soft corals and the contrasts they create with the black volcanic sand. You can visit the only village on the island, of honey-makers, boat builders and shepherds who are settled on the shoreline. This is a magnificent island to visit from sunrise to sunset.
  • DAY 7 Banta & Batu Monco
  • Komodo Liveaboards will cruise to Banta Island just outside the National Park to explore very remote, well-hidden bays with white and pink sandy beaches surrounded by dry, steep slopes and peaks. You will rarely see another soul there, and only big shoals of fish patrol this island. Depending on the weather conditions, we can cruise to Batu Monco and its heavenly calm, turquoise water where the snorkeling is easy and you can dive on pristine coral reefs surrounded by white sandy slopes.
  • DAY 8 Rinca island
  • In the morning we leave for the ranger station on Rinca Island from where a park ranger will talk to you about the legendary Komodo dragons. We can then refresh ourselves and swim or dive at Wainilu or Pengah Kecil. For a special moment at sunset, we will cruise to Kalong Island from where thousands of giant fruit bats fly above you in the light of the setting sun.
  • DAY 9 Labuan Bajo
  • We will cruise back to Labuan Bajo for our last delicious breakfast and check- out before noon. After sharing photos and farewells, our Komodo liveaboards crew will arrange your transfer to your hotel or airport, and on your return trip back home, your head will be filled with unforgettable memories of the cruise to Komodo liveaboards of a lifetime.

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  • Raja Ampat Liveaboard is a fantastic voyage through a natural and well- preserved paradise of 1,500 small islands hosting the highest marine biodiversity on the planet. The mushroom-like islands create a unique seascape to admire from your kayak, private sundeck on the boat or from different viewpoints if you don’t mind climbing a few hundreds steps. The coral reef in Raja Ampat is as lush as its tropical forest. Some dive sites such as Melissa’s Garden, Boo Windows or Air Borek Jetty are considered amongst the best in the world.
  • DAY 1 Waisai – Mioskon
  • Be picked up in style at your hotel or Sorong Airport and driven to the fast boat that will bring you to Waisai, the capital of Raja Ampat where the Raja Ampat liveaboard starts. Settle in to your traditional Phinisi liveaboard that you will be calling home for the next few days. Cruise west and enjoy a swim, a check dive and relax, whilst contemplating the white sandy beaches of Mioskon Island and its famous seamount, Blue Magic. Enjoy an evening drink as you watch the sunset ballet of fruit bats flying away to feed.
  • DAY 2 North Batanta
  • North Batanta offers shining waters and dozens of islets and sand banks where it is easy to find manta rays or even witness history in the form of a well-barnacled World War II Japanese aircraft. On land, take a short walk to a beautiful and refreshing waterfall. Finish your Raja Ampat Liveaboard day relaxing and dreaming on the sun deck as you continue sailing south to Misool Island.
  • DAY 3 Daram islands
  • The Daram Islands are the easternmost island group in the Misool area. Thanks to a strict no-fishing policy, you will be able to see some of the most impressive sea fan forests and soft corals known to the world. With easy snorkeling and diving, sites such as Andiamo or Candy Store are truly psychedelic underwater wonderlands where barracudas gliding above the pygmy seahorses are a common sight.
  • DAY 4 South East Misool
  • Swim around the famous dive sites of Boo Window and Magic Mountain, with some of the highest concentrations of biodiversity in the world, a true story of successful conservation, thanks to the talented and friendly local park rangers who are happy to meet you on the white sandy beaches of Yillet Island. South East Misool is one of these extremely rare places where dreams and reality merge, with scenery as lush and dramatic above the water as below.
  • DAY 5 Wayil area
  • Feel the love around you after climbing to get a bird’s eye view of the famous heart-shaped blue lagoon encircled by the vibrant coral reefs. Or take a speed boat tour or your kayak to get lost in the maze of rocks and channels of Wayil Islands. Here lie some of the most iconic and lush dive sites of Raja Ampat Liveaboard: Wedding Cake, Four Kings or Neptune’s Fantasea. End your day with your flashlight on to explore the dark side of the reef: night dive!
  • DAY 6 Balbulol & Farondi
  • Misool North Eastern line of islands is a natural labyrinth made of cone- shaped rocks, sheer cliffs and hidden pools. At the right time of year, some of the inner lagoons play host to thousands of stingless jellyfish, offering fantastic photo opportunities for undersea photo lovers. Explore the above and underwater caves of the area where nudibranchs, rare mollusks and crustaceans crawl on the rich soft coral cover.
  • DAY 7 Piaynemo
  • At this Western tip of Central Raja Ampat, 3 internationally renowned dive sites are on the menu: Galaxy, Keruo Channel and Melissa’s Garden, where you can observe the most impressive shallow coral gardens on the planet. In between dives, you can also enjoy surface activities like kayaking, or walk up to the top of the hill above the Star Lagoon and look down on its hundreds of limestone rocks. Some hidden rock-pools are just waiting for you to float in them – sheer heaven!
  • DAY 8 Kawe & Aljuy Bay
  • South Kawe is one of Raja Ampat’s greatest treasures. Here, you will probably see manta rays grooming in one of their many cleaning stations or feeding on the surface of the channel between the two Eagle Rocks. There is also the opportunity to visit Alyui Bay where you can learn everything about pearl farming, from seeding to harvest. The Aljuy Bay waters are also perfect for seeing rare sea creatures and wonderfully rich night dives.
  • DAY 9 Wayag
  • On the way to the Wayag Islands, Raja Ampat Liveaboard cross the Equator to the Northern hemisphere to reach the last paradise on earth, a large bay with hundreds of mushroom-like islets, white sandy beaches, black tip reef sharks and manta rays cruising in the turquoise-blue water. Spend a day gliding through this piece of heaven or climb the rocky Mount Pindito for a unforgettable view. Dive or swim around pelagic fish and the Figure 8 Rock and enjoy special moments on the perfect beach.
  • DAY 10 Yangeffo
  • Continue your Raja Ampat Liveaboard adventure with a day at Yanggefo and take the kayak out to the Mangroves for a change of scenery. The contrast of the lush green mangrove forest and the clear waters is breathtaking. This area is home to as many birds as fish. Colorful coral grows within the roots of the trees making snorkeling and diving in Citrus and Mangrove Ridge a unique experience.
  • DAY 11 Dampier Strait
  • Visit Airborek or Sawandarek Jetty and experience some world-class diving, probably watched by some of the local children! Then Raja Ampat Liveaboard cruise on to more fish- rich waters like Sardine Reef or Cape Kri and enjoy a fantastic night dive at Batu Lima where you are likely to spot the elusive walking shark!
  • DAY 12 Waisai
  • Raja Ampat Liveaboard will cruise back to Waisai for our last, scrumptious breakfast and check- out before noon. After sharing photos and farewells, our crew will arrange your transfer to your hotel or airport and your return trip back home, your head filled with unforgettable memories of the trip of a lifetime.

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  • Cruising the Forgotten Islands and the Banda Sea Liveaboard is a true adventure. Every day brings you new vibrant experiences that you will treasure long after your holiday is finished. The Banda Sea is largely devoid of landmasses with only a ring of volcanoes and atolls emerging from its depths.
  • Each island is isolated and is home to a unique marine environment where only a few species thrive in large numbers, from sea birds to schooling fish. This Banda Sea liveaboard route contains some stretches of open seas where we are very weather dependent. The best conditions are usually found in September, October & November, and April & May.
  • DAY 1 Saumlaki
  • Get picked up in style at your hotel or Saumlaki airport, the capital of Tanimbar Island where the Banda Sea liveaboard starts. After lifting anchor, you can take your first dip in the sea in the afternoon with an easy check dive or go snorkeling off the shores of a nearby atoll that surrounds massive table corals, followed by an evening drink while cruising to the north.
  • DAY 2 Dawera
  • Reach the Forgotten Islands and plunge into their unique environment – beautiful beaches and lush, diverse coral reefs that host a myriad of marine life. Then finish your day in the dreamlike village of Welora, where you can witness the local culture and dances whilst tasting the local food and strong coconut liquor! Don’t miss visiting this picture-postcard village, it is a living dream!
  • DAY 3 Dai
  • Meet the local people of Dai island who live in their tiny villages lodged between the deep waters and high cliffs. And then, plunge into the fish-rich fringing reefs where big schools including the strange hammerhead sharks gather. Everything is extreme on this island: from the landscapes to the iridescent waters, from the abundance of biodiversity to the strong cultural traditions of the local people, Dai will remain one of your favorite memories for a long time…
  • DAY 4 Desperandum
  • Nil Desperandum Reef is a tiny speck of coral in the middle of the Banda Sea Liveaboard with incredible hard coral formations and resident hammerhead sharks rising from the depths to the delight of divers lucky enough to see them. Spend a full day here to explore the massive coral and sponge formations and look in awe at the shoals of big fish such as tuna and Spanish mackerel that swim past …
  • DAY 5 Serua
  • Serua Island is situated right at the heart of the Ring of Fire. It is an active volcano with only one tiny village on it, with which we have very strong connections. This village, probably the most isolated one in the whole of Indonesia, grows a few spices such as cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg and the villagers live a very simple life, in the middle of this deep vast sea. Explore Banda Sea Liveaboard both the village and its amazing house reefs where you are sure to encounter the big fish that swim in that part of the ocean.
  • DAY 6 Manuk
  • Manuk emerges from a depth of 7000m to just 200m above the sea, and it contains the very essence of the Banda Sea liveaboard. This very active volcano is home to dozens of sea bird colonies patrolling the sky above the bubbling waters. Sea snakes swim gracefully around massive sponges; dolphins, hammerhead sharks and huge tunas are not a rare sight and each lava flow is a thrilling dive site to explore.
  • DAY 7 Hatta
  • This is the easternmost island of the famous Spice Islands. Whilst relatively flat above water with beautiful beaches, the underwater landscape features endless vertical walls. The diversity of marine life is astonishing, from green turtles to eagle rays, from reef sharks to rare scorpion fishes – it is a delight for divers and snorkelers who can drift along easily on the currents.
  • DAY 8-9 Banda Islands
  • Enter the natural harbor of Banda Islands and feel the same spine-tingling awe as the first explorers who discovered the Spice Islands where nutmeg has been cultivated for centuries. Visit the 17th century Dutch fortress and the spice plantations. Lush forest above and exuberant marine life below water will satisfy nature lovers: so many great dive sites like Batukapal and Soangi Island await you for these 2 days visiting this magical place.
  • DAY 10 Saparua
  • Wake up facing the tiny Pombo Boi, a tiny rock with palm trees and a superb coral reef full of strange, tiny creatures, a paradise for underwater photographers and snorkelers. Then head to Molana Island and its pristine white sandy beaches with easy dives to finish off a beautiful trip!
  • DAY 11 Ambon
  • We will cruise to Ambon, the capital of the Maluku region, for our last oh-so- tasty breakfast and check-out before noon. After sharing photos and farewells, our crew will arrange your transfer to your hotel or airport. We know that you will take back with you unforgettable memories of the Banda Sea liveaboard of a lifetime.

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  • Length (LOA):  33m
  • Beam: 6,70m
  • Draft: 2,40m
  • Engines: Doosan 260HP
  • Cruising Speed: 9 knots
  • Safety: Life vests, Life rafts, Fire alarms, GPS satellite & mobile phones, First aid kit, Oxygen kit
  • Diesel Generators: Yanmar 15 KVA / 25 KVA
  • Battery System: 12v 24v 220v
  • Water Maker: 5000L / day
  • Compressors: Coltri Komba 325L
  • Crew: 9 crew, including 1 cruise director
  • Tenders: Fiber 6m 40HP



  • Time Zone: GMT+8 & GMT+9
  • Language Spoken: English, French and Indonesian
  • Local Currency: IDR (Indonesian Rupiah)
  • Electricity: 220V

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