Manta Mae Liveaboard

 

 

Destination: Indonesia

Komodo, Raja Ampat, Alor & Bali (5-12 Nights) | From $380++/night

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Launched in 2014, Manta Mae is a gorgeous Phinisi style boat. The Manta Mae captures the spirit of Indonesia and offers a unique opportunity to experience her beauty.

 

Dive Overview

When it comes to Indonesia diving, there aren’t many places on Earth that offer the variety and quality. You could visit time and time again and never get bored. Whether you choose to hunt for the Giant Mola Mola (sunfish) in the waters around Bali, to explore the strong currents and unchartered waters of Raja Ampat or Komodo on a luxury liveaboard, or to experience stunning marine biodiversity in Sulawesi, there is a huge amount on offer.

[See: Raja Ampat Dive Travel Guide, Komodo Dive Travel Guide, Bali Dive Travel Guide & Alor Dive Travel Guide]

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Accommodations

Types of Cabins, Amenities and Photos

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Manta Mae Accommodation Overview

Manta Mae has in total 4 cabins for a total of 10 spaces.

Accommodation includes one king size bedroom with a private bathroom as well as an additional bed on the right side and two spectacular (but different style) queen size bedroom  with a private bathroom and one single bed and one bunk bed cabin with two single beds. All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, TV and safety box and ensuite toilet.

 

Manta Mae Liveaboard's Dita Room Manta Mae Liveaboard's Sophia Room

Dita Room (LEFT) & Sophia Room (RIGHT)

Manta Mae Liveaboard's Brigitte Room Manta Mae Liveaboard's Marylin Room

Brigitte Room (LEFT) & Marylin Room (RIGHT)

Manta Mae Liveaboard's ensuite bathroom Manta Mae Liveaboard's ensuite bathroom Manta Mae Liveaboard's ensuite bathroom

Ensuite Bathrooms

 

Cabin Details

  • DITA is the 23sqm master suite, with bedroom and bathroom. In addition to a supremely comfortable super-king bed, the suite also has its own lounge area with large corner sofa (that can also be set up as an extra bed for up to two additional guests).
  • SOPHIA and BRIGITTE, the two staterooms, feature queen-size beds with an additional single bed above, Each has a private bathroom.
  • MARYLIN, on the main deck has bunk beds and a private bathroom – perfect for older kids or friends sharing a cabin.

 

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General Facilities

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Manta Mae's lounge Manta Mae's lounge

Manta Mae's lounge & bar

Manta Mae's outdoor dining Manta Mae's dive deck

Manta Mae's outdoor dining (LEFT) & dive deck (RIGHT)

 

Manta Mae Boat Features

  • Lounge area
  • Dining area
  • Large main deck with large and comfortable seating area
  • Large stern platform at the upper deck with convenient storage for dive tanks and equipment
  • Brand new Mares gear for diving/snorkeling
  • 4 Kayaks
  • 3 SeaDoo Sea Scooters
  • Fishing tools
  • Echo sounder
  • WIFI satellite connection (surcharge)
 

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Schedule & Rates

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2019 Schedule

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Itinerary

Nights

Availability

January 20

January 27

Sorong-Sorong North or South R4

7

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January 30

February 6

Sorong-Sorong North or South R4

7

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February 8

February 13

Sorong-Sorong North or South R4

5

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February 15

February 20

Sorong-sORONG

5

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February 23

February 28

Sorong-Sorong

5

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March 2

March 7

Sorong-Sorong

5

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March 9

March 16

Sorong-Sorong North or South R4

7

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March 19

March 26

Sorong-Sorong North or South R4

7

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March 28

April 6

Sorong-Sorong

9

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April 8

April 19

Sorong-Sorong North and South R4

11

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April 21

May 2

Sorong Misool Koon Banda Nusa-Laut Ambon

11

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May 12

May 21

Komodo-Bali

9

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June 3

June 8

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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June 10

June 15

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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June 17

June 22

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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June 24

June 29

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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July 1

July 6

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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July 8

July 12

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

4

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July 13

July 20

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

7

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July 21

July 28

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

7

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August 2

August 9

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

7

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August 11

August 18

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

7

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August 19

August 24

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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August 26

August 31

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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September 2

September 7

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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September 9

September 14

Labuan Bajo-Labuan Bajo

5

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September 17

September 25

Labuan Bajo-Maumere

8

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November 27

December 8

Sorong-Sorong

11

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December 9

December 20

Sorong-Sorong

11

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December 23

January 3

Sorong-Sorong

11

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Manta Mae Rates

Area

Master Cabin

Deluxe Cabin 1

Deluxe Cabin 2

Luxury Bunk Bed

8 Days 7 Nights Raja Ampat North or South

$3,430

$3,150

$3,150

$2,660

Raja Ampat 13 Days 12 Nights North and South

$5,880

$5,400

$5,400

$4,560

Raja Ampat 6 Days 5 Nights North or South

$2,450

$2,250

$2,250

$1,900

Raja Ampat 12 Days 11 Nights North and South

$5,390

$4,950

$4,950

$4,180

Raja Ampat 10 Days 9 Nights North and South

$44,100

$4,050

$4,050

$3,420

6 Days 5 Nights Komodo

$2,450

$2,250

$2,250

$1,900

Komodo 8 Days 7 Nights

$3,430

$3,150

$3,150

$2,660

9 Days 8 Nights Ambon-Banda Naira-Ambon

$4,400

$3,950

$3,950

$3,600

Forgotten 9 days 8 Nights Forgotten Island – Maumere – Maumere

$3,920

$3,600

$3,600

$3,120

13 Days 12 Nights Ambon-Maumere,

Forgotten Islands cruise

$6,300

$5,600

$5,600

$5,150

7 Days 6 Nights Wakatobi

$3,300

$2,900

$2,900

$2,575

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Inclusions

  • Full board accommodation
  • Diving (up to 4 dives per day). As a general rule there is one dive on arrival day (check dive) and no diving on departure day.
  • Dive Guide.
  • Dive on the day before departure depending on flight.
  • Missed dives cannot be claimed for a reimbursement.
  • Land and/or shore excursions according to Manta Mae program/itinerary
  • Snacks, soft drinks, water, tea, coffee, espresso
  • Weights and weight belts
  • Pick up and drop off to embarkation/disembarkation Hotel or Airport
  • Government taxes
  • Administration/port clearance fee
  • Welcome drink
  • Laundry (2 pcs/day)
  • Fishing activity (based on possibility to do in certain areas)
  • Kayak activity

 

Exclusions

  • National Parks Entrance Fee
  • Fuel Surcharge (up to 5 hours navigation per day no extra fuel surcharge)
  • Diving Courses
  • Diving Gear
  • Marine parks is not allowed.
  • Sea Scooter are subject to surcharge, U$ 25 /hr
  • International and domestic flight tickets
  • Hotels and meals before and after the cruise
  • Beers, Alcoholic drinks and Wine
  • Diving Insurance (mandatory ). DAN Insurance, Aquamed or similar.
  • Nitrox
  • Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Souvenirs, Crew gratuities

 

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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 info@bluewaterdivetravel.com or call us at 310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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Dive Information & Itineraries

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10 Days Maumere Alor Itinerary

  • During your dives along this exciting new route you can expect to see incredible underwater biodiversity. In addition, nutrient rich upwelling waters bring in pelagics: Sunfish (mola-mola), thresher sharks, hammerhead sharks, humpback whales, and even marlin and sailfish. Further, the many protected pristine reefs provide a perfect home for smaller colorful creatures and up to 1,000 species of coral reef fishes and 500 species of corals. Walls, bommies and patch reef formations make for dramatic 3D underwater topography while black sand areas provide the perfect habitat for muck diving and cryptic critters.
  • You will board the ship after the pick up at the airport of Maumere from our English, French, Spanish and Italian speaking crew member on the big island of Flores in Eastern Indonesia.
  • Day 1 Maumere
  • You will start and finish this cruise in Maumere (on the island of Flores). Manta Mae is the best choice in this sleepy Indonesian fishing port that teems with cryptic odd-balls including frogfishes, Ambon Scorpionfishes, leaf-fishes, mercurial schools of venomous catfishes, mandarinfishes, seahorses, giant pen shells in black coral hedges under the town pier, bunches of purple tunicates, harlequin shrimps and so on. This is an awesome place for you to film cool critters. And here you can fill up the final bits of digital memory in your reserve and you can create memories that will fuel your imagination for years. After the whole activities in port of Maumere, Manta Mae will move during the night to Pomana island for 14 nautacal miles.
  • Day 2 Pomana island
  • All kinds of water sport activities are highly recommended here, and in the afternoon or late evening you can relax in long streched white sandy beach before a long night cruise to the volcanic island or Komba Island for 13 hour of night navigation.
  • Day 3 Komba island
  • This will be your unforgetable experience. After diving or kayaking around the coast line of Komba Island you will watch the crater of komba island spill the lava. And after that Manta Mae will continue the trip to Pura island, Ternate island and Kalabahi Bay for about 55 nautical miles while you sleeping.
  • Day 4 & 5 Ternate island, Pura island and Kalabahi bay
  • Buaya, Ternate & Pura
  • These small islands are situated in the Pantar Strait between Alor and Pantar. The water here at some dive spots like “The Bullet” or “Sharks Gallore” can get really cool (70-72F). We highly recommend that our divers use a 5-7mm wetsuit here and for some, a hoody provides welcome warmth. But with the cool waters comes the likelihood of pelagics and riotous marine-life richness.
  • There are also a couple of beautiful critter spots with mating mandarinfish, cryptic crawling Ambon scorpion fish, pensive Pegasus sea moths, secretive seahorses and unusual crustaceans. One of the highlights of these dives is the bamboo shark sightings, a species found very few other places in the world. Above water you can see whales and dolphins and with a little luck you can spot pilot whales and whale sharks. As usual the boat will sail the night for 5 hours to get to Pantar island and Marissa
  • Day 6 Pantar and Marissa
  • Around these small islands you should also keep your eyes open for octopus. Moving along the 
  • seabed move “close and slow” as you scan for mimic octopus, wonderpus, and the blue-ringed octopus. Also look for various scorpionfish species including Rhinopius. Then look for flying gurnards sneaking around the black sand landscape. Nestled in small sea fans, hydroids or crinoids you can spot ghostpipefish, skeleton shrimps, decorator crabs, commensal shrimps and angling frogfish. The black sand provides welcome contrast for the vivid colors of the otherwise cryptic critters and it guarantees images that “pop”!
  • Day 7 Solor / Kawula Island
  • In Solor you may get the chance to visit the small village “Lamalera”, which is located in a little bay close to an old volcano. It is the extremely unusual and traditional way of sustenance hunting that brings us to this village.
  • Lamalera may be the only place in the world where the locals go whale hunting using traditional methods. The methods are ancient and are passed on from generation to generation. The villagers sail out to the sea in their wooden dug-outs and hunt for sperm whales with simple bamboo spears. Occasionally they are successful, and when this rare event occurs the meat is shared throughout the village providing the rare necessity of protein for these people.
  • Kawula
  • Kawula offers the perfect habitat for muck critters. The visibility may be limited to 25ft, but these sites are meccas for frogfish, seahorses, rare scorpionfish, pipefish, and commensal crustaceans. after the whole activities on those beautiful island manta mae will sai to adonara island for three hours for the night anchorage
  • The visit of the village depends on the villagers. Should the visit not be possible, an alternative program will be offered. The whale hunting is part of the local tradition and has nothing to do with commercial fishing. The visit is optional and every guest has the choice to do an alternative program.
  • Day 8 Adonara
  • Many colorful species of corals and textured sponges adorn these lovely reefs. The 3-D structure forms rich habitat for a diverse fauna of coral reef species. Adonara sites are also notable places to see and film pygmy seahorses clinging to the gorgonian sea fans whose polyps and coloration the pygmies have evolved to match perfectly. You will also see schools of snappers, sweet lips and giant trevallies along the drop-offs. Keep an eye out for sea turtles, manta rays, reef sharks and other pelagics as you approach. and manta mae will continue to the next stop for 5 hours night navigation
  • Day 9 Tanjung Kopondai / Tanjung watu payung
  • Tanjung Kopondai is cape of the main island of Flores located in the north east of the tip of the island. The diving here is very different with the other dive site around the area you will see some of the pelagic actions and relax between the dive on the beach. from this place the boat will steam to Babi Island for 3 hours and Manta Mae will look for safe anchorage around Hading Bay. To get to the next island Manta Mae will sail for around 5 hours
  • Day 10 Pangabatang island and Wodong bay
  • We will suggest you to dive in Wodong Bay fishing ship wreck for your last dive on the trip. Yes you can walk on the beach or water ski or jetsking before the night time falls and Manta Mae will enter the Maumere port on the next early morning. From this island the boat will sail for 3 hours
  • Day 11 Maumere - Disembarkation

 

Komodo 7 Days

  • Day One
  • Labuan Bajo, Arrival & Boarding: A 1 hour flight from Denpasar, Bali and you will arrive in the small port town of Labuan Bajo, Flores. Manta Mae staff will pick you up at the airport for immediate boarding and departure. After snack/lunch we have the boat briefing and depending on the time of arrival, also the diving briefing and we will get ready for our check dive.
  • Only a few miles from Labuan Bajo’s harbor, lies the small island of Sebayur with nice diving, Sebayur Kecil and Mini Wall, including bronze sweepers, lionfish, eels, and possibly the resident ghost pipefish which makes the perfect “warm-up dive”. The staggered tiers of the neighboring patch reef is home to many different species of nudis, pipefish, sea fans, sponges and even a few twin-spot lionfish. During the night dive, we might see nurse sharks, nudis and crustaceans.
  • Day two
  • Sebayur Kecil
  • Morning dive in Mini Wall and snorkeling activity in Sebayur Kecil. After the first dive in twenty minutes with the Manta Mae we arrive in Tatawa Besar. Amazing snorkeling with the sea scooters alongside the shallow reef water.
  • Tatawa Besar
  • This is a thrilling drift dive that starts off from the northwestern tip of Tatawa and continues down the western side towards 15 to 20 meters of depth. The surrounding fish life is profuse and you will see an endless field of stunning orange soft corals as you glide along. Swim past coral heads inhabited by schools of sweetlips and batfish and look out for turtles feeding on the reef. Mantas have been encountered here as well.
  • Tatawa Kecil
  • The west side of this small rocky outcrop presents a fantastic underwater terrain with enormous slabs of rock that have been worn down to form channels, canyons, caves and swim-throughs. On the north plateau crocodile fish lie on the scenic reef among a whole host of reef fish and schooling fusilier
  • In 20/30 minutes we cruise to Siaba Besar and we spend the night at the mooring buoy in front of her.
  • Perfect place for a sunset barbecue is the close white beach of Mauan.
  • Day 3
  • Siaba Kecil
  • One of the most famous drift dive in the north of Komodo.
  • Amazing overaind with soft coral/hard coral and a lot of fishes. Bumpeck parrots, different kinds of suits lips and bamboo/white tips sharks.
  • Batu Bolong
  • Underwater this rock is covered in a huge amount of soft and hard corals and full of fish life. In the shallows watch anemone fish and look out for turtles munching on the corals. Giant trevallies, white tip reef sharks, snappers and emperor fish tend to congregate here. This site presents particularly good opportunities for both macro and wide-angle photography. Batu Bolong have one of the best shallow reef for snorkeling.
  • Cauldron
  • The channel between Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa Darat forms a dive site with interesting topography. The dive starts with a drift along a sloping reef and sandy bottom. Corals heads shelter crocodile fish and lionfish hunting in the small schools of glassfish. Pygmies and frogfish have been seen here as well as eagle rays and reef sharks. The dive site then shallows out with the ‘bull ring’ circle opening out and ending in a flat rock plateaux. There is also a chance to see manta rays.
  • Day 4 Gili Lawa Laut
  • Two celebrated dive sites await you, just north of Gili Lawalaut Island. Crystal Rock and Castle Rock are both incredible locations, boasting the key elements for any impressive dive site: a wide variety of healthy corals covering the reef, plus tons of fish – both big and small and all sizes in between! There are two more exhilarating dives in this area, Cauldron and Gili Lawalaut Lighthouse, along with good night dives on healthy hard coral reefs off the 
  • island of Gili Lawa Darat. Between the dives there is a chance to visit Gili Lawalaut Island and take a short trek to the top of the hill for a wonderful view over the Komodo-Flores channel.
  • Crystal Rock
  • The rock jutting out of the surrounding crystal clear waters explains how this site got its name. But what is truly memorable here are the large schools of fusiliers and anthias flitting over the gorgeous soft corals and impressive table corals. In the deep blue, you can also see at times large tuna, mackerel and other fish schooling around a small mound to the northwest. A lone eagle ray is often spotted here cruising in the currents.
  • Castle Rock
  • Castle Rock is a submerged pinnacle situated a kilometer further north from Crystal Rock. Its exposed location means strong currents but experienced divers will love the thrills to be had on this dive. In fact, the main action comes from watching the staggering amount of fish such as batfish, groupers, midnight snappers and impressive schools of fusiliers and surgeons whipping past. Of course, divers aren’t the only ones interested in the huge amount of fish here, which explains the giant trevallies as well as whitetips, blacktips and grey reef sharks hunting around for their next meal.
  • Makassar (manta point)
  • This is an exhilarating drift dive along the shallow flat bottom interspersed with patches of coral reef teeming with life. There are chances to see manta rays, turtles, eagle rays and white tip and black tip reef sharks. It is also good for snorkeling. We spend the night in this area.
  • Day 5 Komodo-Flores
  • Batu Bolong
  • Underwater this rock is covered in a huge amount of soft and hard corals and full of fish life. In the shallows watch anemone fish and look out for turtles munching on the corals. Giant trevallies, white tip reef sharks, snappers and emperor fish tend to congregate here. This site presents particularly good opportunities for both macro and wide-angle.
  • Pulau Pengah
  • This dive site is located in the middle of the Komodo National Park, 12 nautical miles to the north and 12 nautical miles to the south. Batu means Rock, while Tengah means Middle. With a slope to the east of the site and a coral garden to the west, Batu Tangah is a beautiful site where we often get to see turtles, cuttlefish and juvenile white tip reef sharks that hide under the table corals among the hard coral garden. Napoleon wrasse and big groups of snapper swimming on the slope with all the colorful decoration of the soft coral make Batu Tengah a high quality dive site.
  • Day 6
  • Pulau Pengah
  • This dive site is located in the middle of the Komodo National Park, 12 nautical miles to the north and 12 nautical miles to the south. Batu means Rock, while Tengah means Middle. With a slope to the east of the site and a coral garden to the west, Batu Tangah is a beautiful site where we often get to see turtles, cuttlefish and juvenile white tip reef sharks that hide under the table corals among the hard coral garden. Napoleon wrasse and big groups of snapper swimming on the slope with all the colourful decoration of the soft coral make Batu Tengah a high quality dive site.
  • Wainilu
  • This night dive is situated off the north of Rinca Island. In the shallows, the hard coral reef is home to many different critters, including juvenile harlequin sweetlips and batfish. Away from the reef, the sandy slope is scattered with pulsing soft corals that hide demon stingers and starry night octopus, plus a moray eel that has not yet been classified by scientists and is only found here in Wainilo. We dive at 17.30 for the Mandarin Fisch and we spend the night at the anchor position.
  • Day 7
  • Rinca in the morning for trekking and for the dragons!
  • We will be on our way back to Labuan Bajo and check out.

 

 

Komodo 10 Days

  • Day One
  • Labuan Bajo, Arrival & Boarding: A 1 hour flight from Denpasar, Bali and you will arrive in the small port town of Labuan Bajo, Flores. Manta Mae staff will pick you up at the airport for immediate boarding and departure. After snack/lunch we have the boat briefing and depending on the time of arrival, also the diving briefing and we will get ready for our check dive.
  • Only a few miles from Labuan Bajo’s harbour, lies the small island of Sebayur with nice diving including bronze sweepers, lionfish, eels, and possibly the resident ghost pipefish which makes the perfect “warm-up dive”. The staggered tiers of the neighbouring patch reef is home to many different species of nudis, pipefish, sea fans, sponges and even a few twin-spot lionfish. During the night dive, we might see nurse sharks, nudis and crustaceans.
  • Day two
  • Sebayur Kecil
  • Morning dive in Mini Wall and snorkeling activity in Sebayur Kecil. After the first dive in twenty minutes with the Manta Mae we arrived in Tatawa Besar. Amazing snorkeling with the sea scooters alongside the shallow reef water.
  • Tatawa Besar
  • This is a thrilling drift dive that starts off from the northwestern tip of Tatawa and continues down the western side towards 15 to 20 meters of depth. The surrounding fish life is profuse and you will see an endless field of stunning orange soft corals as you glide along. Swim past coral heads inhabited by schools of sweetlips and batfish and look out for turtles feeding on the reef. Mantas have been encountered here as well.
  • Tatawa Kecil
  • The West side of this small rocky outcrop presents a fantastic underwater terrain with enormous slabs of rock that have been worn down to form channels, canyons, caves and swim-throughs. On the north plateau crocodile fish lie on the scenic reef among a whole host of reef fish and schooling fusilier.
  • In 20/30 minutes we cruise to Siaba Besar and we spend the night at the mooring buoy in front of her.
  • Perfect place for a sunset barbecue is the close white beach of Mauan.
  • Day 3
  • Siaba Kecil
  • One of the most famous drift dive in the north of Komodo.
  • Amazing overaind with soft coral/hard coral and a lot of fishes. Bumpeck parrots, different kinds of suits lips and bamboo/white tips sharks.
  • Batu Bolong
  • Underwater this rock is covered in a huge amount of soft and hard corals and full of fish life. In the shallows watch anemone fish and look out for turtles munching on the corals. Giant trevallies, white tip reef sharks, snappers and emperor fish tend to congregate here. This site presents particularly good opportunities for both macro and wide-angle photography. Batu Bolong has one of the best shallow reef for snorkeling.
  • Cauldron
  • The channel between Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa Darat forms a dive site with interesting topography. The dive starts with a drift along a sloping reef and sandy bottom. Corals heads shelter crocodile fish and lionfish hunting in the small schools of glassfish. Pygmies and frogfish have been seen here as well eagle rays and reef sharks. The dive site then shallows out with the ‘bull ring’ circle opening out and ending in a flat rock plateau. There is also a chance to see manta rays playing in the surface.
  • Day 4 Gili Lawa Laut
  • Two celebrated dive sites await you, just north of Gili Lawalaut Island. Crystal Rock and Castle Rock are both incredible locations, boasting the key elements for any impressive dive site: a wide variety of healthy corals covering the reef, plus tons of fish – both big and small and all sizes in between! There are two more exhilarating dives in this area, Cauldron and Gili Lawalaut Lighthouse, along with good night dives on healthy hard coral reefs off the island of Gili Lawa Darat. Between the dives there is a chance to visit Gili Lawalaut Island and take a short trek to the top of the hill for a wonderful view over the Komodo-Flores channel.
  • Crystal Rock
  • The rock jutting out of the surrounding crystal clear waters explains how this site got its name. But what is truly memorable here are the large schools of fusiliers and anthias flitting over the gorgeous soft corals and impressive table corals. In the deep blue, you can also see at times large tuna, mackerel and other fish schooling around a small mound to the northwest. A lone eagle ray is often spotted here cruising in the currents.
  • Castle Rock
  • Castle Rock is a submerged pinnacle situated a kilometer further north from Crystal Rock. Its exposed location means strong currents but experienced divers will love the thrills to be had on this dive. In fact, the main action comes from watching the staggering amount of fish such as batfish, groupers, midnight snappers and impressive schools of fusiliers and surgeons whipping past. Of course, divers aren’t the only ones interested in the huge amount of fish here, which explains the giant trevally as well as whitetips, blacktips and grey reef sharks hunting around for their next meal.
  • Cauldron
  • The channel between Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa Darat forms a dive site with interesting topography. The dive starts with a drift along a sloping reef and sandy bottom. Corals heads shelter crocodile fish and lionfish hunting in the small schools of glassfish. Pygmies and frogfish have been seen here as well eagle rays and reef sharks. The dive site then shallows out with the ‘bull ring’ circle opening out and ending in a flat rock plateau. There is also a chance to see manta rays playing in the surface.
  • These tree dive spots are for divers only. The other customers can do trekking in Lawa Laut famous for its amazing view.
  • Day 5 Komodo-Flores Channel
  • Currents in this area can be quite strong and we have to dive according to the tides. There are many dive sites and the sites chosen will be dependent on the currents. Finish the day with a great night dive at Wainilo. Komodo is an excellent place for spotting macro critters and the reefs and corals are spectacular too.
  • Makassar (manta point)
  • This is an exhilarating drift dive along the shallow flat bottom interspersed with patches of coral reef teeming with life. There are chances to see manta rays, turtles, eagle rays and white tip and black tip reef sharks. Also good for snorkeling.
  • Batu Bolong
  • Underwater this rock is covered in a huge amount of soft and hard corals and full of fish life. In the shallows watch anemone fish and look out for turtles munching on the corals. Giant trevallies, white tip reef sharks, snappers and emperor fish tend to congregate here. This site presents particularly good opportunities for both macro and wide-angle.
  • After the last afternoon dive we cruise to Padar Island, another good place for a sunset cocktail and barbecue.
  • Day 6 Padar Island
  • The water temperature here and in the southern dive sites over the next few days can be a little cooler dropping from the normal 28/29 degrees Celsius (82-84 Fahrenheit) to a possible 20 Celsius (68 Fahrenheit). Due to the infinite nutrients in the water creating the amazing biodiversity in this area, the visibility can sometimes be a bit greener. Neither one of these factors can spoil the amazing diving to be had in these areas. The non-divers can spend the time on the beautiful beach in Padar.
  • Three Sisters
  • The site here are full of interesting and beautiful features, such as massive steps and huge towers of stone, all wrapped in hard and soft corals and dotted with nudibranchs, small caves and overhangs. Reef sharks and humphead parrotfish are among the bigger creatures we see in this area. There is also a towering coral spire with a small cave at the bottom, where huge lobsters are often found hiding. Look for the tiny lady bugs on the soft corals and the resident frogfish sitting in the sponges.
  • Secret Garden
  • Is one of the top dive sites at Padar Island. As the name of the dive site suggests it has a beautiful coral garden of black coral along a mini wall covered with soft corals. There is a resident school of mobula rays that seem to like swimming through the dive site giving good opportunities to the divers to see them. Nudibranchs, leaf fish, frogfish and the incredible sea apples can be seen here too.
  • Day 7 Rinca Island
  • Horseshoe Bay is in the south of Rinca Island and we spend the whole day here. Here we dive the famous Cannibal Rock, one of the top ten dives sites in the world according to some diving publications. Watch dragons, wild pigs, deer and monkeys roam the beach and take a tender ride or kayak to get a closer look.
  • Cannibal Rock
  • This outstanding dive site covers a large area with sandy slopes in the north, deep mini walls in the east, a plateau full of life in the south and rocky areas in the west. The nutrient rich bay creates the most spectacular congregation of hard and soft corals in all parts of the dive site. Sponges, ascidians, sea squirts and tube anemones are abundant. A great diversity of nudibranchs can be seen here, along with frogfish, turtles, cuttlefish and other reef fish too.
  • Yellow Wall of Texas
  • As the name suggests this wall at the southern entrance to Horseshoe Bay is covered in yellow and orange soft corals. A tiny critter, the ladybug, comes in its multitudes here. Nudbranchs decorate the wall that usually has a slight current enabling you to slowly drift along and enjoy the view.
  • Crinoid Canyon
  • Another wall on the opposite side of Horseshoe Bay with deep bommies covered in soft corals and huge gorgonian sea fans. Here ribbon eels and giant frogfish have been spotted along side the hundreds of crinoid which give this dive site its name.
  • The Boulders
  • Inside the bay and opposite Yellow Wall of Texas there are large rocks that continue underwater to create places for large rays to rest and even sometimes nurse sharks hide in these underwater crevices. The boulders are covered in corals becoming a paradise for marine life. The elusive Rhinopias have been found here before.
  • Torpedo Alley
  • A marvelous night dive named after the pancake sized torpedo rays that can be found here. Coconut octopus, seahorses, colorful squid and the bizarre bobbit worm all live in the black volcanic sand. A very shallow dive with a maximum depth of 10m/30ft, spend time looking for all the strange inhabitants among the rocks, soft corals and in the sand.
  • Day 8 Manta Alley/Pink Beach
  • Manta Alley is located on the south end of Komodo Island. After two dives looking for manta rays we head up to the middle of Komodo Island to the Pink Beach area.
  • Manta Alley
  • Manta Alley is located in Tora Langkoi Bay along the south coast of Komodo. The dive site in fact barely pierces the ocean’s surface at the end of a line of rock islets. As can be guessed from its name many manta rays are known to frequent this site and it is the most popular one in Komodo for spotting them. The area can be described as a deep gully that works as a funnel when the tide changes, causing the water to rush through at speeds of up to three to four knots with the fall and rise of the tides and up to one knot even during “slack water” periods. Watch the mantas being cleaned on the North side or enter the ‘Alley’ to see them hover effortlessly in the current.
  • Pink Beach
  • The simple topography makes this site an ideal afternoon dive. A mini wall can be found in the middle of the reef, where clouds of glassfish swarm in the cracks and crevices. An abundant amount of fish life and unusual critters make their home here, including leaf scorpionfish, crocodilefish, nudibranchs and frogfish. On one side of the wall is a sloping coral reef full of life. On the other is a sandy area with healthy staghorn corals growing and providing shelter for juvenile harlequin sweetlips and mandarin fish. Perfect place for snorkeling.
  • Loh Liang Bay
  • This white sand muck dive is around the corner from Pink Beach situated inside Loh Liang Bay on Komodo Island. Search for all sorts of critters here – bobtail squid, flamboyant cuttlefish, frogfish, nudibranchs, Ambon scorpion fish, cockatoo waspfish and large moray eels living in the shallow rocks.
  • Day 9
  • Siaba Kecil
  • One of the most famous drift dive in the north of Komodo.
  • Amazing overaind with soft coral/hard coral and a lot of fishes.
  • Bumpeck parrots, different kinds of suits lips and bamboo/white tips sharks.
  • Pulau Pengah
  • This dive site is located in the middle of the Komodo National Park, 12 nautical miles to the north and 12 nautical miles to the south. The translation of Batu = Rock, Tengah = Middle. With a slope to the east of the site and a coral garden to the west Batu Tangah is a beautiful site where we often get to see turtles, cuttlefish and juvenile white tip reef sharks that hide under the table corals among the hard coral garden. Napoleon wrasse and big groups of snapper swimming on the slope with all the colorful decoration of the soft coral make Batu Tengah a high quality dive site.
  • Wainilu
  • This night dive is situated off the north of Rinca Island. In the shallows, the hard coral reef is home to many different critters, including juvenile harlequin sweetlips and batfish. Away from the reef, the sandy slope is scattered with pulsing soft corals that hide demon stingers and starry night octopus, plus a moray eel that has not yet been classified by scientists and is only found here in Wainilo.
  • Day 10
  • Rinca in the morning for trekking and for the dragons!
  • Way back to Labuan Bajo and check out

 

Raja Ampat – 8 Days 7 Nights

  • Day 1 – Arrive at Sorong Airport and set sail for Gam Island in the early afternoon. This six-hour cruise provides a relaxing afternoon spent watching islands pass by.
  • Day 2 – After breakfast, dive Mioskon Island – a beautiful sloping reef that is ideal for getting used to the water. Look under the coral heads for wobbegong sharks and sharpen your eyes by seeking out pygmy seahorses.
  • After lunch, explore Blue Magic, an underwater sea mound rising from the deep into 10 meters of water. Large schools of barracuda, trevallies and fusiliers can be seen in the eye of the current. Keep a look out for manta and eagle rays in the blue. A two-hour cruise ends at Yangello Island where Manta Mae anchors for the night.
  • Day 3 – At sunrise, dive mayhem, an action-packed dive site with sharks, barracuda and napoleons all typically found in the eye of the current. The ascent offers a variety of soft corals and colorful anthias. After the dive, guests can kayak through the mangroves to one of the many unspoiled beaches.
  • The afternoon dive takes place at Citrus Ridge. This sloping reef offers a particularly colorful wall bedecked in orange and yellow soft corals. The reef is also home to schools of bumphead parrot fish. As the sun sets, Manta Mae begins its overnight cruise to Wayag for 7 hours night navigation.
  • Day 4 – Spend the day in Wayag’s beautiful bay. Guests can trek up Mount Pindito, enjoy a speedboat tour of the many rock islands, and enjoy diving at Ridge Rock. Around sunset, Manta Mae 
  • heads south, back down to Aljui Bay for the pearl farm visit its good experiences for you to know how they seed the nucleus to the oysters. Manta Mae will move to Wofoh island for one and half hour for other water sport activities and BBQ lunch/dinner on the beach and after that Manta Mae will stay a little bit at the same place to give you a relaxing time and will set sail to air Borek Island for 5 hours night navigations
  • Day 5 – After breakfast, dive at Airborek for a chance to spot manta rays. These graceful giants can grow up to six meters from wing tip to wing tip. After diving with the manta our boat will move to the village for a visit and to dive the jetty of Air Borek Village for one hour and move to Gam island for three and half hour for safe and calm anchorage. We will spend the rest of the night there
  • Day 6 – After breakfast, the dampier strait is very famous for their dive site so diving in SARDINE REEF AND CAPE KRI is highly recommended and Manta Mae will move to Kabui Bay for an unforgettable kayak experience among the rocks island or river like Kabui strait known as Dampier route. Manta Mae will stay there during the night and move to Besir village
  • Day 7 – An early morning trek starting at 5.30am provides an opportunity to spot birds of paradise. The uphill walk takes 30 minutes but the reward is panoramic views from the top of the island and other water sport activities. In the late afternoon Manta Mae will set sail to Sorong for 5 hours
  • Day 8 – After breakfast, guests depart for Sorong airport.

 

Raja Ampat – 12 Days

  • Day 1
  • Pick up at the airport of Sorong from our English, French, Spanish and Italian speaking crew member. Short private transfer to the peer and embarking. As soon as all guests are on board and are holding their welcome drink the Manta Mae is ready to leave the harbor. You will be introduced to the crew members and you will be shown around in order to start feeling at home on the Manta Mae. Dinner will be served about 06.00 pm, so you may gather together with our other guests and enjoy the dinner. As you know the distance between Sorong and Misool is around 110 nautical miles so after dinner the captain and his crew will be very happy to set sail to your dream destination for about eight to nine hours while you enjoy your first night sleep on board Manta Mae.
  • Day 2
  • Misool, after our little breakfast we shall have the first dive at about 08.00 am. The spot we choose is a calm and relaxing place, and gives you the opportunity to get used to the region. After this first check-dive you have the second part of your nourishing breakfast. At 11.00 am we head of the dive spot called “Blue Hole“, which has become legendary on the Manta Mae. Over hangs, huge grottoes and dive troughs, drop offs and all covered in fantastic corals is what makes this place so great. Lunch is served at 12.30 pm and you’ll have time to relax until 3.00 pm to get back to “Blue Holes“. Since this spot is so huge and offers so much diversity, we can easily offer several dives here. After this dive there is enough time to go on a trip on our zodiacs in order to admire the wonderful landscape that gives hand to what you have seen under water. Do you feel like giving a try on the wakeboard or on the water-skis, you are ever so welcome. At 6.30 pm we start the night dive and dinner will be served after the dive. Manta Mae will stay on nice and calm anchorage for over night.
  • Day 3
  • The Manta Mae will continue to cruise southwards to the group of isles called “Fabiajet“ for about two hours. Picturesque landscapes and wonderful reefs are waiting for you. The abundance of corals, different sponges and fish is nearly unbeatable. We allow ourselves to offer several dives at the same spots, since they have so much to offer. These masses of fish swimming around those wonderful coral gardens are an impressive view and will satisfy every diver’s wishes and dreams. Of course we will come across precious macro as well: nudibranchs, sea horses, barramundi and lots more are on the program! For the night Manta Mae will anchor in a very calm and shallow place with hardly any current, but loads of nudibranchs, pipe fishes, cuttle dish, ghost pipefish! Want to take a picture? Go ahead; it´s all there for you!
  • Day 4
  • Today we shall go eastwards to "Wayil Batan". for relaxing one and half hour to Little island with beautiful reefs full of life in a topographically interesting landscape are tempting. Great schools of fish as well as pygmy seahorses will be shown by our guides, unless your eyes are well trained and you´ll see it all by yourself. Barracudas, batfish and snappers are cruising in the open blue. With the powerful sunshine breaking through the water the rocks, covered in colorful corals are presenting a breathtaking sight. Our night dives will be done at the same place as the dives during the day, so you can compare the different creatures!
  • Day 5
  • Overnight the Manta Mae will reach the Misool. We offer an excursion with the zodiac that will last all day. Impressing tombstone of the natives will be on 
  • our schedule. This excursion will take us 20 km into the fantastic island labyrinth, where we drive through channels and valleys with our fast zodiacs. Walks to caves on the land, as well as a visit to a cave which we can only enter with the zodiac in order to see tiny bats, that hide from the daylight and sleep during the day. The last cave that we enter is as big as a cathedral and can only be entered by walking. Whoever believes that this program is too exhausting can of course stay on board and go for dives (we can offer this alternative since we have three big zodiacs on board). The dives will be done close to where the Manta Mae is anchored. Sometimes the visibility is bad and there is a pretty strong current, but of course the underwater world is a temptation as all others in the region after the all day activities Manta Mae set sail for another adventure or heading for north of Raja Ampat for about 11 hour during the night and will arrive in the morning.
  • Day 6
  • In Waigeo, we have the chance to visit a pearl farm. Depending on where they stand with the pearl production we will be invited to have a closer look on how the pearls are being produced. Of course we have been diving before and after this visit and the high light of these dives are the pygmy seahorses. Those cute little creatures are hidden in the gorgonias in all colours available: red, yellow and orange! The only creatures that are offering more colors of the rainbow are nudibranchs and the pipe fish and the boat will steam to wayag during the night for five hours.
  • Day 7 & 8
  • Wayag is completely different to what you have seen so far. The stand alone rocks in the middle of the sea are always worth a picture or two. Splendid visibility, white beaches with black coral gardens, sweetlips, catfish and different kinds of rays are part of these dives. And since it is such a fantastic area above and under water we shall stay for the next day and steam to Wofoh Island for five hours in the night to get to the destination.
  • Day 9
  • Wofoh Island is perfect for all kinds of water sport and BBQ lunch on the beach. You will have the opportunity to see the wobbegong and epaulet sharks, which are unique to this region. The reef, which seems as if it dressed up in RED is breathtaking scenery and will make all divers’ dreams come true. Manta Mae will continue the journey to air borek island for 30 nautical miles after you finish with dinner.
  • Day 10
  • Dampier strait, the channel between Waigeo and Batanta Island gives the chance to see manta rays. Two dives will be done western of Mansuar Island where a “fish soup” and a fantastic reef are waiting. Our night dive will be south of Mansuar island and offer the variety and abundance of this precious diving region.
  • Day 11
  • Before heading back to Sorong we will dive at “Kri“ and "Sardinriff”. In Sorong we have a captain’s party on deck. Our crew will sing traditional songs with their traditional music instruments and you may have fun with the crew.
  • Day 12
  • Sorong.
  • We organise the transfer back to the airport of Sorong and say goodbye to you!

 

Bali – Komodo – Bali (10 Days)

  • Day 1
  • Check-in on board Manta Mae between 13:00-15:00 hours in Serangan Harbour Bali. After the boat and safety briefing, equipment is prepared then settle into your cabin. Dinner is served at approx. 19:00 hours as e cruise overnight to Moyo Island off the north west coast of Sumbawa.
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  • Day 2
  • Start your adventure with a great dive in the calm, clear waters of Angel Reef at Moyo Island. Massive elephant ear and barrel sponges, schools of long fin banner fish and red tooth triggers In their hundreds, frog fish, nudibrancs, eels, surgeon fish, snapper, dog tooth tuna checking out what is for lunch! Visit the local village then it's lunch for us ! Then we cruise to Satonda Island for a macro dive followed by a world class night dive after watching a million bats fly at sunset. After a great dive and dinner we cruise overnight to Sangeang Volcano off the north coast of Sumbawa.
  • 3 dives
  • Day 3
  • The Nusa Tenggara region has some extremely interesting and unique marine life. Today we spend the day diving around Sangeang Volcano – 2-3 dives for rare nudibranchs, pygmy seahorse, leaf scorpion fish, blue ribbon eels, black sand diving with all its treasures and underwater hot springs that support this very unique marine environment. Night dive here too or head on over to Gili Banta for the chance for Star Gazers and coral cat shark.
  • 4 dives
  • Day 4
  • Current depending, we start the day at GPS Point Gili Banta famous for its sharks and pelagic fishes. Then we enter the Komodo National Park for more exhilarating blue water/fish soup diving! Gili Lawalaut has several great dives – if the tide is right we hunt grey reef shark and dolphin at Taka Toko Gili Lawalaut. Lighthouse Reef and The Old Passage offer fast drifts with pelagics, maybe manta! Crystal Rock offers awesome soft corals in gold and orange hues plus the chance for sharks, turtles, Giant Maori wrasse, a ‘fish soup” dive. Tonight we dive the famous Pink Beach – spectacular colors and Frogfish, slipper lobster, basket stars, robust sea cucumbers unique to the area plus more!
  • 4 dives
  • Day 5
  • Start your day with an exciting visit to Loh Liang Komodo National Park to walk with the dragons! And as we quietly walk through the bush setting look out for Komodo dragons, deer, wild boar and birds. Then relax as we cruise south to dive the Three Sisters or Pillarsteen at Padar Island. Next stop is a diver’s paradise – Horseshoe Bay Rinja Island – home of one of the top 10 dives in the world- Cannibal Rock – an abundance of corals, sponges, ascidians, sea apples, black corals, turtle, cuttlefish, loadsof reef fishes too ! Here we can also watch dragons scavenging on the beach, monkey, 
  • deer, wild pigs along the shore, go beach combing…. Maybe even a chance to follow whales and dolphin feeding in the calm bay. We stay overnight at this peaceful place, diving at one of the many fabulous spots.
  • 3 dives
  • Day 6
  • More world class dives today as we relax in Horseshoe Bay Rinja Island – the Yellow Wall of Texas is absolutely stunning covered with enormous yellow soft corals. Go slowly along the wall looking for unique creatures but don’t forget to look out into the blue to see what’s coming by…maybe make a deep dive to check if the tiny yellow pygmy seahorses are on the giant gorgonians at depth. Nusa Kode offers more walls and critter chances coupled with white tip reef sharks etc ! Torpedo Alley is famous for its “electric” rays and is perhaps one of the best night dives of your life for critter fanciers.
  • 4 dives
  • Day 7
  • Today we’ll head on over to Manta Alley to watch in awe as these magnificent creatures feed, play and get cleaned at the many cleaning stations. In the afternoon we can check out more big fish dives maybe at Loh Serah, Tatawa Kecil or the infamous “Current City” Batu Bolong – come face to face with reef sharks, turtles and giant Wrasse. Many good night dives around here – Gili Darat is great for sleeping turtles, colourful reef stonefish, Spanish dancers – calm sea – a good place to sleep.
  • 4 dives
  • Day 8
  • The diving around Gili Lawalaut, Tatawa Kecil, Gili Darat is so awesome you will all want more. So today we make 2-3 dives in clear arm blue waters – loads of fish both big and small. Then we’ll head off for a night dive at either Gili Banta or maybe Batu Putih in Sumbawa – both interesting sites. Overnight we cruise back to Satonda and Sumbawa – solar powered nudibranchs, ghost pipefish anyone?
  • 4 dives
  • Day 9
  • We enjoy two good dives around Sumbawa and Moyo Islands – a chance to shoot anything you missed at the trip beginning. Then the crew wash your equipment for you while you relax on the sundeck or downloading your pictures, enjoying our trip video as well just before dinner with all your new friends.
  • 2 dives
  • Day 10
  • After breakfast we transfer you ashore to continue your vacation…or it's time to head home to start planning your next Manta Mae cruise!
  • 0 dives

 

Bali – Komodo – Bali (7 Days)

  • Day 1
  • Check-in on board Manta Mae between 14:00-16:00 hours in Serangan Harbour Bali. After the boat and safety briefing, we’ll set up equipment and you can settle into your cabin. Dinner will be served approx 19:00 hours as we cruise into the sunset on overnight journey to Moyo Island, north west Sumbawa.
  • 0 dives
  • Day 2
  • Start your adventure with a great dive in the calm, clear waters of Angel Reef at Moyo Island. Massive elephant ear and barrel sponges, schools of long fin banner fish and red tooth triggers. In their hundreds, frog fish, nudibranchs, eels, surgeon fish, snapper, dog tooth tuna checking out what is for lunch ! Visit the local village then its lunch for us ! Next is a great dive at Panjang Reef – are the pygmy seahorses around? Then we cruise for 2 hours to Satonda Island for a world class night dive after watching a million bats fly at sunset. After a great dive and dinner we cruise overnight to Sangeang Island, off the north coats of Sumbawa.
  • 3 dives
  • Day 3
  • 2 dives at Sangeang Island for rare nudibranchs, pygmy seahorse and underwater hot springs that support this very unique marine life. Cruise to Gili Banta for exhilarating dives at Tanduk Rusa for big fish and amazing corals or GPS Point, famous for its sharks and pelagics. Then we enter the Komodo National Park and night dive at Gili Darat South Passage – sleeping turtles, colourful reef stone fish, Spanish dancers – calm sea- a great place to stay the night.
  • 4 dives
  • Day 4
  • If the tide is right we hunt grey reef shark and dolphin at Taka Toko Gili Lawalaut. Dive 2 is a fast drift with pelagics and manta at Lighthouse Reef or the Old Passage. 
  • Then Crystal Rock awesome soft corals and the chance for sharks, turtles, giant Maori wrasse, a ‘fish soup” dive with a high chance of eagle rays too! Then we cruise south for fascinating night dive at 
  • Pink Beach near the entrance to the Komodo National Park.
  • 4 dives
  • Day 5
  • Start your day with an exciting visit to Komodo National Park to walk with the dragons! Then relax as we cruise 2 hours south to Horseshoe Bay Rinja Island. Spectacular diving awaits at the world famous site Cannibal Rock – rare nudibranchs, frogfish, spectacular corals, sponges, ascidians, huge black coral bushes, turtles, cuttlefish, loads of reef fish too! Watch dragons on the beach, monkey, deer, wild pigs along the shore, go beach combing…. Maybe even a chance to follow whales and dolphin feeding in the calm bay. We stay overnight at this peaceful place, night diving at one of the many fabulous spots
  • 3 dives
  • Day 6
  • The Three Sisters call us to Padar Island for sharks and nudibranchs, surgeon fish and devil Rays. Manta Alley or Takat Makasar follows for the chance for a manta aggregation – WOW ! Batu Bolung aka “Current City” is the home for large Napolean Wrasse, turtles, blue fin trevallies or maybe a dive at Tatawa Kecil – we check out the currents first to make sure the dive will be cool for everyone on board ! Then we say goodbye to Komodo National Park with a fabulous night dive at Gili Banta with Coral Cat Shark and more. Then we cruise west enjoying a post dinner night dive along the way. Overnight we cruise to Satonda Island.
  • 4 dives
  • Day 7
  • We enjoy two fantastic dives at Satonda and Moyo Islands for more chances for ghost pipe fish, ribbon eels, turtle, cuttlefish and more before we cruise overnight to Serangan in the south of Bali.
  • 2 dives
  • Day 8
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  • Length (LOA): 30,35 m
  • Beam: 6,67 m
  • Draft: 2,70 m
  • Gross Tonnage: 98 tons
  • Engines: Mitsubishi M/E type 8DC9, 295 HP
  • Cruising Speed: 7 – 9 KNOTS
  • Safety: 2 * 10 persons inflatable life rafts, life jackets (20 pcs), buoys, safety flares, smoke detectors in each cabin, fire extinguishers, first aids equipment, oxygen onboard,
  • Diesel Generators: 2 * Mitsubishi 50 KW ~ 1 * Yanmar 10 KW + 1 * Emergency Generator Krisbow 5 KW
  • Available Voltage: 220 Volt Suko
  • Water Tank: 6,000 liter + osmosis system
  • Fuel Tank: 6.5 tons
  • Scuba Tanks: 30 Amscud aluminum tanks
  • Compressors: 2 Bauer Mariner, Nitrox membrane system available
  • Guest Capacity: Max 9 guests. 1 Master Cabin with bunk beds, 2 Deluxe Cabin with queen bed and single bed.
  • Crew: 6 Indonesian people and 2 western cruise directors
  • Tenders: 1 RIB tender 5.2 MT with outboard 100 HP engine +1 RIB tender 4 MT with 25HP engine

 

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  • Local Currency: IDR (Indonesian Rupiah)
  • Language Spoken: English, Spanish, French, Indonesian 
  • Electricity: 220V
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