Oceanic is a deluxe standard dive liveaboard running by a professional team from Spain, it is the specialist in the area between Komodo and the remote islands at the south end of the Banda Sea, it can host max. 12 guests.
Oceanic is a newly renovated dive liveaboard runs by a Spanish dive team with 16 years of diving experience in Indonesia by operating the Ondina, it offer not only comfortable facilities onboard, but also outstanding service, and with only 12 guests maximum onboard, thus turing it into one of the best options for individuals, full charters, dive club as well as a samll group of dive buddies.
Oceanic is 28 meters long, 6 meters wide, with cruising speed at 9 knots per hour, and fully renovated in 2016. It is now ready and prepared to offer the excellent level for service, safety and comfort to guarantee a pleasant diving vacations in a romantic way to enjoy adventure and exploratory diving in the Inner Seas of Indonesia. There are 4 decks onboard :
The top sundeck is where guests can enjoy the sun bath and get good looking tan while enjoy a breathtaking veiw.
On the uppder foredeck, guests can find a cozy open lounge area with sofa beds and chairs next to the captain room, on the back of the upper deck, guests will enjoy a spacious outdoor relaxing area with lots of chaise longues, guests can relax here with friends in between the dives, enjoy some cold fresh drinks or even a relaxing massage.
On the main deck, there is a lovely air conditioned saloon with dinnig area, equipped with TV, DVD players, music system and an assortment of movies, CDs and books. Guests also can enjoy the 24hrs snack bar that provide cookies, potato chips, fruits, tea, coffee, different kinds of beverages.
On the back of the main deck is where the dive deck/room located, it is clean and ample room for all divers to gear up, equipped with camera table, a shelf with electrical socket for camera, personal gear boxes, in-place fill station, Nitrox membrane system, air compressors, large rinse tanks, as well as a public bathroom.
Oceanic has 6 cozy and airy guest cabins, it can only accommodate up to 12 guests on board.
All cabins are equipped with ensuite bathroom with hand basin, shower and toilet, storage area, individual AC unit and outlets for charging electrical devices (220 volts).
1 Deluxe Cabins :
Located on the upper deck, this cabin comes with a double bed and a single (bunk-style in "T" shape), seaview windows.
1 Suite Cabins :
Located on the lower deck, it is the largest cabin onboard, comes with a double bed and a single (bunk-style), couch sitting area, and a work desk with chair, this cabin has a skylight window provide natural light.
4 Deluxe Cabins :
Located on the lower deck, each cabin comes with a double bed and a single (bunk-style), portholes.
3 dives per day + alternating additional night dives.
No dive provided on the day of arrival and departure.
2 dives will be provided on the day before departure.
All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.
- Nitrox：Available with additional cost
- 15L Tanks：Available with additional cost
- REBREATHER Dive：Not available at the moment
- Technical Dive：Not available at the moment
- Dive Equipment Rental：Available with additional charge
- Dive insurance：Divers must have valid dive insurance
- Wi-Fi Internet ： Not available at the moment
- Laundry Service：Not available at the moment
- Massage Service： Available with additional cost
- Payment on board：Cash (USD/EUR/IDR)
- Crew Number：10, include 2 dive guides
Komodo North 7D/6N
Bima/Labuhanbajo - Bima/Labuhanbajo
DAY 1: Transfer to the boat upon arrival in Bima, welcome drink and accommodation. Two dives in Bima bay: check dive in the afternoon in Bethlehem or Tanjung Batu Putih, plus night dive.
DAY 2: Four dives in the volcanic island of Sangiang. Bubble Reef (a beautiful coral garden at the foothills of a volcano, with bubbles of the underwater vents emerging from the black sand), and critter diving in black sand in Critter Creek, Pohon Merah and Bontoh.
DAY 3: Four dives in Gili Lawa. Action dives in UW mounts like Castle Rock and Crystal Bommie, covered in soft coral and packed with schools and pelagics. Also The Lighthouse, Shotgun…
DAY 4: Three day dives in the Straits between Komodo and Rinca. Manta site in Karang Makassar and the spectacular sites of Batu Bolong (a pinnacle rising from the depths and concentrating large amounts of sealife) and Tatawa Islands. Night dive in Pulau Sebayor.
DAY 5: Early morning walk to the Komodo National Park, followed by dives in Pulau Tengah and night dive in Siaba Kecil.
DAY 6: Last day-dives in the straits. Navigation to Labuhanbajo for departure the following morning (Day 7).
Komodo South 6D/5N
Bima/Labuhanbajo - Bima/Labuhanbajo
DAY 1: Transfer to the boat upon arrival in Labuhanbajo, welcome drink and accommodation. Dive in the underwater mountain in Pulau Sabolan and a critter dive in Pulau Bidadari near Labuanbajo. Afternoon dives in Horseshoe Reef and night dive in Pulau Sebayor.
DAY 2: Dive around Pulau Padar, in famous submerged ridges of Three Sisters, Secret Garden or Pilarsteen. Night dive at Evening Star, a mini-wall covered with invertebrate life.
DAY 3: Four dives in Nusa Kode, on world famous sites such as Cannibal Rock, an underwater mountain literally coated in marine life and invertebrates, and Yellow Wall, Boulders… Night dive in Torpedo Bay.
DAY 4: Two dives in South Komodo (weather depending), on Manta Alley and German Flag, and afternoon dive in Tanjung Lehoksera of Batu Gajah. Night dive in the wreck of a 100-foot wooden Pinisi boat
DAY 5: Two dives in the morning, usually repeating star sites such as Batu Bolong or Castle Rock, or alternatively can do different sites like Pulau Hantu and Pantai Merah. Sail back to Bima to fly the morning after (Day 6)
Maumere & Alor 9D/8N
Day 1: Transfer to the boat upon arrival, welcome drink and accommodation. Check dive in the jetties of Maumere, with multiple critters including ribbon eel, ghost pipefish and frogfish, and a small wreck of a sailing boat. Night dive in Maragajong, a wall SW of Pulau Besar.
Day 2: First dive in Tanjung Gedong, along a wall with a couple of pinnacles rising from it, sporting reef sharks, tuna, barracuda and schools of fish. Second dive in West Serbete, a ridge covered in hard corals with schooling silvery fish and sharks. Third dive in Watu Peni, a drift dive along a wall with turtles, eagleray and napoleon wrasse. Night dive inside a nearby bay.
Day 3: Morning visit to the village of Lamakera, dedicated to traditional whaling and manta hunting, but currently undergoing a sponsored program to become a conservation center to study manta populations. After breakfast dive Pulau Soangi, featuring terraces covered in soft corals, caves, canyons and a swim-through across the island, or if weather doesn’t allow it, dive Tanjung Lowokuma instead, a slope with scattered coral heads, fans, sponges and glassfish, schools of fish and critters. Afternoon dive and night dive in The Brewery, an excellent muck site in West Lembata.
Day 4: Dive West Pantar, in current swept sites such as Pulau Kambing, a small inlet featuring a big boulder with an arch and schools of fish, a pinnacle with a sprouting little ridge that attracts a lot of fish life, and Watu Ile, a small wall with a swim-through at 26 m. Night dive at a nearby reef.
Day 5: Dive the Straits of Alor, in Cave Point, a wall with many pockets an islets, Babylon, hanging gardens of soft corals, sponges and fans, and Kal’s Dream, a ridge exposed to currents that offer some adrenaline diving and pelagic fauna. Night dive in front of a fresh water creek at Pancoran.
Day 6: First dive at The Great Wall of Pantar; second dive at Tanjung Elalara, a slope that turns into a wall, with good coral coverage, schools of fish and the od snake, morays or mantis shrimp. Afternoon and night dives at Beang Abang, a critter dive in a small beach with hot springs, where ribbon eels, frogfish and even Rhinopias can be found.
Day 7: First dive at Clownfish Valley, probably the largest anemone field in the world. After breakfast visit a village to witness traditional Ikat weaving. Second dive at The Boardroom, a slope covered in hard and soft corals, with lots of fish and eaglerays swimming in the blue. Afternoon dive in The Cathedral (current allowed), and night dive inside Kalabahi Bay.
Day 8: Dive inside Kalabahi Bay, first dive in Mucky Mosque, a slope covered in corals with sights of octopus, leaf fish, mantis shrimp and morays, and second (and last) dive in the Pertamina Jetties, an excellent muck site with ghost pipefish, seahorse, frogfish, mandarin fish… Arrive Kalabahi in the afternoon and preparation to fly the morning after. (Day 9)
Schedules & routes
|Date||Duration||Destination||Departure - Arrival||Price|
|20/07/2019 to 25/07/2019||5 nights||Komodo||Labuan Bajo - Bima||From $1,756.91||Detail|
|28/07/2019 to 06/08/2019||9 nights||Komodo||Bima - Bima||From $3,162.44||Detail|
|11/08/2019 to 17/08/2019||6 nights||Komodo||Bima - Labuan Bajo||From $2,108.30||Detail|
|17/08/2019 to 22/08/2019||5 nights||Komodo||Labuan Bajo - Bima||From $1,756.91||Detail|
|25/08/2019 to 31/08/2019||6 nights||Komodo||Bima - Labuan Bajo||From $2,108.30||Detail|
|31/08/2019 to 05/09/2019||5 nights||Komodo||Labuan Bajo - Bima||From $1,756.91||Detail|
|08/09/2019 to 14/09/2019||6 nights||Komodo||Bima - Labuan Bajo||From $2,108.30||Detail|
|14/09/2019 to 21/09/2019||7 nights||Komodo||Labuan Bajo - Maumere||From $2,459.68||Detail|
|24/09/2019 to 03/10/2019||9 nights||Indonesia||Maumere - Kupang||From $2,459.68||Detail|
|06/10/2019 to 17/10/2019||11 nights||Indonesia||Kupang - Saumlaki||From $4,294.68||Detail|
|20/10/2019 to 30/10/2019||10 nights||Indonesia||Saumlaki - Tual||From $3,904.25||Detail|
|02/11/2019 to 12/11/2019||10 nights||Indonesia||Tual - Saumlaki||From $3,904.25||Detail|
|15/11/2019 to 26/11/2019||11 nights||Indonesia||Saumlaki - Kupang||From $4,294.68||Detail|
|29/11/2019 to 08/12/2019||9 nights||Indonesia||Kupang - Maumere||From $3,162.44||Detail|
|11/12/2019 to 18/12/2019||7 nights||Komodo||Maumere - Labuan Bajo||From $2,459.68||Detail|
|18/12/2019 to 23/12/2019||5 nights||Komodo||Labuan Bajo - Bima||From $1,756.91||Detail|
|26/12/2019 to 01/01/2020||6 nights||Komodo||Bima - Labuan Bajo||From $2,108.30||Detail|
|01/01/2020 to 07/01/2020||6 nights||Komodo||Labuan Bajo - Labuan Bajo||From $2,108.30||Detail|
|10/01/2020 to 19/01/2020||9 nights||Komodo||Labuan Bajo - Bali||From $3,162.44||Detail|
Prices & conditions
|Komodo||5 nights||Double Twin||From $1,756.91|
|Komodo||5 nights||Suite||From $1,929.82|
|Komodo||6 nights||Double Twin||From $2,108.30|
|Komodo||6 nights||Suite||From $2,320.24|
|Komodo||7 nights||Double Twin||From $2,459.68|
|Komodo||7 nights||Suite||From $2,593.54|
|Komodo||9 nights||Double Twin||From $3,162.44|
|Komodo||9 nights||Suite||From $3,480.36|
|Indonesia||9 nights||Double Twin||From $2,459.68|
|Indonesia||9 nights||Suite||From $3,480.36|
|Indonesia||10 nights||Double Twin||From $3,904.25|
|Indonesia||10 nights||Suite||From $4,294.68|
|Indonesia||11 nights||Double Twin||From $4,294.68|
|Indonesia||11 nights||Suite||From $4,724.14|
- Air tanks & weights & weight belts
- Daily housekeeping service
- Land transfer on arrival/depature date
- All meals & complimentary beverages (water & tea & coffee)
- Soft drinks in bottles and/or cans
- Dive guide service
- Fuel surcharge
- Dinner on final evening
- Land tour & Island visit
- Boat accident insurance
- Domestic flights
- Alcoholic beverages (beer or/and wine)
- Dive courses on board
- Crew gratuity
- Dive equipment rentals
- Dive insurance
- Travel insurance ( cancellation insurance)
- Larger tank (15 L)
- Nitrox fills
- Marine park fees/Port fees
Period : Liveaboards run trips year round. May to October are usually the high season.
Visa's : For most nationalities worldwide, a tourist entry visas valid for 30 days can be obtained on arrival at the first Indonesian airport for USD 25.00 in cash. These entry visas cannot be extended on arrival.
Climat : Tropical South Equatorial climate. Wet from Jan to March, Dry from June to Nov. Average daily temperature range is 26° - 30°C (can be 35° to 38°C on land during trekking)
Water : Water temps vary from 24°C in the south of Komodo, to 29°C in the north most of the year
Clothing : Light airy clothes are ideal, winds can be brisk during the dry season of July - September.
Plugs : Type C Europlug, 230V @ 50Hz
Flights : Domestic flights to Labuan bajo is connect from Bali only.
- Airport taxes on departure are levied at every Indonesian airport. These taxes need to be paid cash in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). The fees for domestic departures vary between IDR 20.000-40.000 per person. At international airports the charges are higher, between IDR 100.000-150.000 per person.
- Please note that baggage allowance on any domestic flights ticketed separately may be limited to 15kg (33bs) per person only, and any additional weight will be subject to surcharges per kilo.
Currency : Official currency is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), Money-Exchanger can be found in most of the place. International ATM's are available (Visa/Masterd Card/Unionpay). Credit Cards not always accepted, Some fees may only be paid in cash.
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