Manta Mae Liveaboard

Destination: Indonesia

Komodo, Raja Ampat, Alor & Bali (5-12 Nights) | From $350++/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 details

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Dita Room (LEFT) & Sophia Room (RIGHT)

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Brigitte Room (LEFT) & Marylin Room (RIGHT)

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Ensuite Bathrooms

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.

  • 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 & bar

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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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Manta Mae Liveaboard Deck Plan

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Upper deck layout

 

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Main deck layout


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Lower deck layout


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Schedule, Rates & Availability

Manta Mae Schedule & Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person and include taxes. National parks entrance fee & fuel surcharge are not included.

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions]

 

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
  • Additional services to ask with additional quotation: Private dive guide (we already have two on board), yoga teacher, massage

 

RATES &  AVAILABILITY

For more information on rates and availability email us at info@bluewaterdivetravel.com or call us at +1-310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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Dive Information & Itineraries

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raja ampat (north & south) - 12d/11n itinerary

  • Day 1. Arrival at Sorong
  • Pick up at the airport of Sorong, Dominik Osok, by our crew for a short transfer to the peer and embarking. As soon as all guests are on board and are holding their welcome drink You will be introduced to the rest of the crew and you will be shown around in order to start feeling at home on the Mantamae, while the boat will sail strait to one of the best dive site of the world At South East of Misol Island. On the way to Misol we’ll stop at Pulau Matan for a check dive.
  • Day 2 – 6. Misool a diving Paradise
  • After sailing for about 10 hours we’ll arrive at Misool and we’ll decide where to dive day by day depending the weather and sea conditions and, of course, following your desires.
  • The island of Misool has some of the best diving in Raja Ampat, with several reefs that can be considered the best in the world! A labyrinth of thousands of small mushroom shape islands form tiny dots of lagoons with sparking white sand surrounded by extensive formations that make the Misool one of the most wonderful places on Earth. The land scenery will take your breath away as well as the underwater scenery that holds some of the richest wildlife in the world.
  • In Daram, we’ll dive at Andiamo which is a large, stunning reef with a submerged pinnacle covered in sea fans surrounded by schools of fusiliers and bat fish, black tip reef sharks and napoleon wrasse. Candy Store dive site, is covered with huge sponges, beautiful soft corals and sea fans. In the valleys, schools of fusiliers, butterfly fish and barracuda, while at Andy’s Ultimate there is a valley which boils with fish when the current is running.
  • Day 7. Penemu – Fam Island
  • At early morning we’ll arrive to the beautiful Fam Islands to enjoy the hidden bays and sheltered blue lagoons. Explore by kayak or dive to see some of the most beautiful coral gardens in the region. In late afternoon we will take a sunset hike where you can reach the highest point on one of the islands and admire the panoramic views of this iconic place.
  • Different dive sites can be chosen, Melisa’s garden, famous for its extensive hard coral reefs as well as Galaxy, a large reef with lot of marine life, or My Reef, very impressive with strong current. During the night we’ll set up sails to Wayag Island.
  • Day 8. Wayag
  • Upon arrival at sunrise to Wayag archipelago, the jewel of Raja Ampat, you’ll enjoy a day amongst the region’s most iconic scenery and it’s well worth making the effort to climb one of the many island peaks for breathtaking views of the stunning landscapes. Wayag is completely different to what you have seen so far. White beaches with black coral gardens, sweetlips, catfish and different kinds of rays are part of these dives. Rising abruptly from the sea, small groups of uninhabited islands form a spectacular panorama of jagged limestone cliffs that tower over tiny dome- shaped rocks topped with a wild profusion of trees and vines. Dive site profiles in the north are diverse, and range from leisurely swims through lovely hard coral gardens to adrenaline-charged drifts past sloping walls arrayed in Raja Ampat’s signature purple soft corals and glass fish. We’ll dive at Ikan Campur and Magic Rock.
  • Kayaking along the shoreline of the dramatic limestone islands on sunset will give you a kind of emotions you won’t forget for long time. In the evening we can enjoy cocktails and dinner barbecue on the beach.
  • Day 9. Kawe
  • One of the closest islands to the Equator in Raja Ampat, Kawe Island offers spectacular white sand beaches and beautiful scenery including a lovely waterfall on the western side of the island. There are fantastic opportunities for diving and snorkeling here too where you will find impressive coral formations teeming with schools of fish. You may even be lucky enough to swim with manta rays. Eagle Rock one and two, The Meze Equator, One tree Island and Razor Rock are the most beautiful dive site here.
  • Day 10. Pulau Wofoh – Gam Island – Arborek
  • Wofoh island is perfect place for all kind of water sport and bbq on the beach. Multiple dive sites, offer a mix of hard coral, barrel sponges and soft corals teeming with colorful fish and 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.
  • A birdwatching hike on Gam Island might take you through scenic forests, past fragile orchids growing from cracks in the stone, and finally to the unforgettable experience of witnessing male birds of paradise doing their elaborate courtship dances to attract females.
  • In the morning you will dive at Wofoh Tembok (a wall dive) and in the afternoon at Citrus Ridge, and Mayhem or Barracuda in Pulau Yangefo. In the right conditions you can expect some of the highest voltage diving in Raja Ampat, with currents bringing massive schools of barracudas, three species of fusiliers, trevallies, batfish, bump head parrotfish,
  • Wobbegongs, as well as black and white tip reef sharks Mantamae will continue the journey to Arborek island where we’ll have a night dive.
  • Day 11. Arborek – Dampier Strait
  • As you’ll have to fly the next day, we can choose only two dives, Mioskon where you can see Wobbegong Sharks as well as tiny Pontohi Pygmy Seahorses on the coral rocks, or Cape Kri where the steep slope has absolutely everything on display. The coral fields play host to an accent of color, provided by swarms of Fusiliers, Damsels, Surgeons and Anthias. Dogtooth Tuna, Barracuda, Mackerel, Trevallies, Bumphead Parrots, Napoleon Wrasse, some very big groupers as well as Grey Reef, Blacktip Reef and White Tip Reef Sharks are frequently seen patrolling the area. Blu Magic is a dive site where anything can happen....and it usually does! Be ready for an amazing dive here! More often than not, divers are surprised by Blacktip Reef and Grey Reef Sharks, Bumphead Parrots, Giant Trevally, Barracuda, Dogtooth Tuna, Rainbow Runners and even huge oceanic Mantas.
  • Day 12. Sorong – Departure day

 

forgotten islands (ambon - maumere) - 13d/12n itinerary

  • Day 1. Departure Ambon
  • Pick up at your hotel or at Ambon airport by our crew for a short transfer to Teluhu Bay where Mantamae awaits you. Once on board, welcome drink in hand, you will be introduced to the rest of the crew, shown around and immediately start to feel at home. We’ll have a check muck dive at Teluhu Bay. The Intensity of marine life here is unrivalled; critters benefit from the nutrient-rich currents pushing into this bay but are still protected by sheltered waters in the many small coves. This unique combination creates conditions that nourish an incredible eco system, making it one of the richest and most interesting places to dive.
  • Day 2. Pulau Au
  • Very few divers witness the true nature of Pulau Ai’s unspoilt reef – a secret in the middle of the Banda Sea reached by live-aboard only. This area acts as an oasis for pelagics that cruise by these pristine hard coral reefs cloaked in clouds of fish – Napoleon wrasse, green and hawksbill turtle, tuna, rainbow runner, huge schools of barracuda mixing with schools of bannerfish, redtooth triggers and fusiliers. Batu Payung, Umbrella Rock, is named for the many overhangs along the island walls, which divers can drift along and enjoy the view of thousands of tiny reef fish darting in and out of the cracks and crevices. After a night dive at Mandarine City we’ll set sail for Banda Neira.
  • Day 3 – 4. Banda Neira
  • The Banda area offers a good variety of dive sites. Volcanic rocks at Pulau Pisang create a deep swim-through which you can drift through and view the sponge-covered wall on the other side, perhaps spotting Moral eels at the top of the wall as well as schools of bumphead parrotfish. We’ll also dive at the black sand of Batu Kapal in Banda’s harbour, a submerged pinnacle, breaking the surface of the water in the shape of a boat which offers muck diving with flying gurnards spreading their electric blue wings, sea moth, nudibranchs and mandarin fish. Various types of fish are present here in vast numbers, along with huge gorgonian fans and some truly monumental sponges.
  • In Banda Neira you will have the chance to explore the historic and cultural legacies of the fables islands, center of the former lucrative spice trade. Wandering through the town you’ll observe the Dutch colonial architecture which remains to this day, as well as Fort Belgica with its incredible views overlooking the bay.
  • Day 5. Pulau Manuk
  • An extinct volcano about 65 nautical miles south of the Bandas will give us an incredible diving experience surrounded on all sides by sea snakes, banded sea kraits and Chinese sea snakes. The island is encircled by black sandy slopes with hard coral reefs, volcanic ridges covered in gorgonians with zillions of fusiliers and pelagic fishes such as Spanish mackerels and dogtooth tunas passing through. Pulau Manuk is also one of the largest shelters for thousands of birds.
  • Day 6 – 7. Pulau Serua – Pulau Nila
  • After beaching and diving at the small pristine volcanic island of Pulau Serua, we’ll visit Nil Desperandum, a submerged reef of walls and steep slopes plunging several thousand meters deep. The reef top stretches for several miles and is covered with beautiful hard corals, offering fabulous diving and snorkelling.
  • Day 8. Damar
  • We’ll spend the day diving Neus Leur, Terbang Utara, and Terbang Selatan, three small islands surrounding Damar Island. Covered by tropical forests and fringed by white sandy beaches, the trio features some of the prettiest and healthiest reefs in the Banda Sea, with massive barrel sponges and gorgonian sea fans covering walls, reef tops full of soft corals and small tropical reef fishes, and visibility up to 50 meters. We have the option of visiting a small village on the main island of Damar to stretch our legs.
  • Day 9. Pulau Romang – Nyata Islands
  • At Romang and Nyata Islands, gentle slopes cloaked with pristine hard corals slip down into the deep blue of the Banda Sea. You will be able to see huge gorgonians in vivid orange, yellows and reds, carpets of soft corals and massive barrel sponges in all directions. If you can tear your gaze away from this wonderful reef and train it into the blue, you will often be rewarded by the sight of majestic napoleons, reef sharks or tuna. Many of the nearby dive spots show signs of volcanic activity on the seabed and are good spots for night dives.
  • Day 10. Wetar – Pulau Reong
  • Wetar Island has several calm bays where interesting critters can be found, while a swift drift dive between Wetar and Reong takes you past a spectacularly colored wall. The small limestone island of Reong lying off the northwest coast of Wetar presents a change in scenery. Reef sharks, barracuda and trevallies frequently visit these waters. Tanjung Nunukae on Wetar Island is generally characterized by shallows forming a plateau that narrows as it goes deeper until it drops off abruptly, forming a very nice wall swathed in gigantic sea fans, cup corals and impressive sponges. We have good chances to come across both mobula and manta rays here.
  • Day 11. Kalahabi Bay & Pulau Pura (Alor) – Reta Island
  • At some dive spots here the water can get really cool (70-72F, increasing the likelihood of pelagic and riotous marine-life richness). We recommend that you wear a 5-7mm wetsuit here Mosque and Rocky Church are two great muck dives within Kalabahi Bay on Alor Island. The ‘holy grail of fish’ Rhinopias can be found here, and there is a strong chance you may see both the weedy and paddle flap scorpionfish, ghost pipefish, soft coral crabs, frogfish, various octopus and snake eels. An exceptional dive site on the South side of Pura Island is Clown Valley, a reef completely covered in anemones, and possibly the only place in the world where you can see this phenomenon. You will have the chance to enjoy a drift dive here and bask in the abundance of fish. 
  • On Reta Island we’ll visit the villages of Takpala or Latevui, where the old Abui traditions persist. You might catch the villagers there performing the Lego-Lego dance wearing traditional clothing and brass anklets that make a wonderful jingling sound as they move. Afterwards there is a chance to purchase handmade ikat, woven fabrics of various colours and motifs, as well as jewellery and wooden artifacts. Manta Mae will then sail overnight to Pulau Komba, a distance of about 55 nautical miles
  • Day 12. Komba island
  • One of the most spectacular destinations in Indonesia, Pulau Komba is a very active volcano rising from the Flores Sea, with regular eruptions that look rather spectacular at night. After diving at Komba Korner, a landscape of black volcanic ash and topography comprising reefs and walls, you will experience a truly unforgettable evening, watching the last light of the day disappear below the crater. Dinner will be served in front of the greatest fireworks display on earth! The soundtrack of the evening will be thunderous booms with fiery rocks and jets of molten lava lighting up the night sky.
  • Day 13. Maumere – departure day

 

bali-komodo - 11d/10n itinerary

  • Day 1. Welcoming and Nusa Penida
  • Mantamae staff will pick you up at Denpasar Airport or at your Hotel and accompany you to the dock for immediate boarding and departure. During a light lunch you will be briefed on Manta Mae and, depending on the time of your arrival, will also be briefed on the “check dive”.
  • Check Dive in Manta Point
  • Dive Manta 66 Crystal Bay and Gamat Bay
  • Note: We will visit Nusa Penida or Lembongan considering the weather condition (current and waves)
  • Day 2. Nusa Penida on land
  • No dive today, just land excursion to discover the wilderness of Nusa Penida
  • Kling Kling Beach Angel’s Billabong Broken Bay
  • Overnight sail to Gili
  • Day 3. Gili Meno - Air
  • Continue sailing to the beautiful islands of Gili, starting with the three most famous Gilis - Air, Meno, and Trawangan.
  • Dive
  • Air Wall
  • Meno Bounty (Gili Meno) and statue Halik or Shark Point
  • Overnight Sail
  • Day 4. Pulau Mojo
  • Two in Pulau Mojo and Mandang and one afternoon dive in Pulau Satonda
  • Overnight to East Sumbawa
  • Day 5. Pulau Sangeang
  • Early morning we will wake up in East Sumbawa Two morning dive at Pulau Sangeang
  • Afternoon go to north and dive close to Bima
  • Overnight sail to Komodo Archipelago
  • Day 6-10
  • Once arrived in the Komodo National Park Area we will visit and dive the following spots (2/3 dive per day)
  • - Gili Lawat and Darat
  • - Batu Balong
  • - Makassar straight
  • - Castel Rock
  • - Pantai Merah – Batu Tiga / Golden Passage
  • - Rinca
  • - Siaba Island
  • In addition to diving day-time, we’ll offer a night dive every day if conditions are favourable.
  • The dramatic underwater landscape with its great walls is home to an incredible variety of sea life and corals. Sharks, giant trevallies, unicorns, rainbow runners, turtles, barracudas and napoleon wrasse. 
  • We will also encountered mantas, turtles, eagle rays and white tip and black tip reef sharks/ It’s also a great site for snorkelling. We will dive a beautiful coral garden and we will meet crocodile fish lie on the scenic reef alongside a host of reef fish and schooling barracuda, nudibranchs.
  • We will trek half hours to see the legendary prehistoric lizard Komodo Dragons.
  • Day 11. Labuan Bajo - Departure day

 

banda sea (ambon - sorong) - 12d/11n itinerary

  • Day 1. Ambon
  • Pick up at your hotel or at Ambon airport by our crew for a short transfer to Teluhu Bay where Mantamae awaits you. Once on board, welcome drink in hand, you will be introduced to the rest of the crew, shown around and immediately start to feel at home. We’ll have a check muck dive at Teluhu Bay. The Intensity of marine life here is unrivalled; critters benefit from the nutrient-rich currents pushing into this bay but are still protected by sheltered waters in the many small coves. This unique combination creates conditions that nourish an incredible eco system, making it one of the richest and most interesting places to dive.
  • In the late afternoon we’ll set sail for the Banda Islands.
  • Day 2. Nusa Laut – Pulau Molana
  • Early morning, we arrive at the beautiful Ahmet Reef in Nusa Laut. Here, the locals have introduced sustainable methods to protect their reef and their efforts have produced great results. We’ll dive at Nildesperandum and at Karang Duisburg where white tips and reef sharks patrol the depths, playful turtles can be spotted and, i October and November, it’s not unusuaal to dive with Hammerhead sharks. We might also choose to visit the fort and the waterfall here, or sail to Pulau Molana for one more wall dive. The shallow wall breaks in places and in the sandy slopes, ribbon eels, small pipefish and moray eels can be found. Above the reef, turtles are seen feeding in the beautiful coral garden.
  • Day 3. Pulau Run
  • Early morning we’ll sail to Pulau Run to dive at Tanjung Noret, Tanjun Lokon and Pulau Nailaka, all great locations with white sandy slopes interspaced with large coral heads and healthy reefs. This region is full of unexplored dive sites and the Banda Sea is the perfect location for the discovery of new underwater treasures. This tiny island has a fascinating history too; in 1667, the English traded Run for New Amsterdam (now Manhattan), giving the Dutch full control of the Banda archipelago and the nutmeg trade. 
  • Day 4. Pulau Ai
  • Very few divers witness the true nature of Pulau Ai’s unspoilt reef – a secret in the middle of the Banda Sea reached by live-aboard only. This area acts as an oasis for pelagics that cruise by these pristine hard coral reefs cloaked in clouds of fish – Napoleon wrasse, green and hawksbill turtle, tuna, rainbow runner, huge schools of barracuda mixing with schools of bannerfish, redtooth triggers and fusiliers. Batu Payung, Umbrella Rock, is named for the many overhangs along the island walls, which divers can drift along and enjoy the view of thousands of tiny reef fish darting in and out of the cracks and crevices. We’ll also have a night dive at Mandarine City. 
  • Day 5. Banda Islands
  • The Banda area offers a good variety of dive sites. Volcanic rocks at Pulau Pisang create a deep swim-through which you can drift through and view the sponge-covered wall on the other side, perhaps spotting Moral eels at the top of the wall as well as schools of bumphead parrotfish. We’ll also dive at the black sand of Batu Kapal in Banda’s harbour, a submerged pinnacle, breaking the surface of the water in the shape of a boat which offers muck diving with flying gurnards spreading their electric blue wings, sea moth, nudibranchs and mandarin fish. Various types of fish are present here in vast numbers, along with huge gorgonian fans and some truly monumental sponges.
  • In Banda Neira you will have the chance to explore the historic and cultural legacies of the fables islands, center of the former lucrative spice trade.
  • Wandering through the town you’ll observe the Dutch colonial architecture which remains to this day, as well as Fort Belgica with its incredible views overlooking the bay.
  • Day 6. Pulau Hatta
  • Once known as Rozengain, Pulau Hatta is a stunning flying-saucer-shaped island of jungle-swathed limestone, trimmed with white sand. It offers some of the finest underwater panoramas, and is considered one of the best snorkeling in the world.
  • Long white beaches edged with swaying palms, unspoilt reefs, and superb diving at the Hatta Arch, Takat Hatta Reef and Tj Buton, make Hatta everyone’s favorite destination. 
  • Day 7. Koon Island
  • Koon is a small island located at the east-south bound of Seram Island, north of the Banda Sea. It is also called ‘Too Many Fish’ because for the unbelievable number of fishes that hang out in the current at the reef corner. 
  • (According to a WWF survey, Koon is projected to be the biggest coral fish breeding spot in eastern Indonesia. )
  • After diving we might pay a visit to one of the traditional villages, then following a leisurely dinner we’ll set sail for Misool.
  • Day 8 – 11. Misool a diving Paradise
  • After sailing for about 15 hours we’ll arrive at Misool. Here, we’ll decide where to dive day by day depending on the weather and sea conditions and, of course, following your personal wishes.
  • The island of Misool has some of the best diving in Raja Ampat, with several reefs that can be considered the best in the world! A labyrinth of thousands of small mushroom- shaped islands form tiny dots of lagoons with sparking white sand surrounded by extensive formations that make the Misool one of the most wonderful places on Earth. The land scenery will take your breath away as will the underwater scenery that holds some of the richest wildlife in the world.
  • There are three main areas of interest for diving in Misool – the Sagof-Daram, the Southern Archipelagos in the south-east corner of Misool and the Blue Water Mangroves near the western tip of the main island.
  • In Daram we’ll dive at Andiamo which is a large, stunning reef with a submerged pinnacle covered in sea fans surrounded by schools of fusiliers and bat fish, black tip reef sharks and napoleon wrasse. The Candy Store dive site is covered with huge sponges, beautiful soft corals, sea fans and, in the valleys, schools of fusiliers, butterfly fish and barracuda, while at Andy’s Ultimate there is a valley which boils with fish when the current is running.
  • Day 12. Sorong – departure day 

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Boat Specifications

  • 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 Capacity: 7,000 liters
  • Scuba Tanks: 30 Amscud aluminum tanks
  • Compressors: 2 Bauer Mariner, Nitrox membrane system available
  • Maximum guests: 10-12
  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of 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

 

Practical Information

  • Time Zone: UTC+8 & UTC+9
  • Local Currency: IDR (Indonesian Rupiah)
  • Language Spoken: English, Spanish, French, Indonesian 
  • Electricity: 220V
  • Payment Onboard: Cash (Euros, US Dollar, IDR Rupiah)
 

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