Seven Seas is a deluxe standard dive liveaboard, offering professional scuba diving trips in Indonesia according to the seasons, it can accommodate 16 guests.

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Boat

Seven Seas is a 40 meters long, 8 meters wide traditionally built Buginese wooden schooner that has set new standards in Indonesian liveaboard luxury, with cruising speed at 8 knots.

On the main deck, there is a main lounge and inside dining areas is fully air-conditioned but all windows can be fully opened to let the breeze through, equipped with TV, DVD player, stereo sound system, and an assortment of movies, indoor games and books, which is usually the nicest experience.

There is also a shaded lounging area with sofas, outdoor dining tables and chairs on the upper deck. As well as a shaded lounge beds in front of the wheelhouse are great areas for sunsets and cocktails.

Seven Seas offering some of the truly mouth-watering cuisines, the chef uses as much fresh local produce as he can, including fresh seafood. Do please let us know if you have any particular food requirements when you book. That way we will be well prepared to meet your needs.

The bar has a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Water, tea and freshly brewed coffee from our espresso machine are included and you can enjoy as much as you like. Your waitresses are happy to help advise you on the full drinks menu.

The spacious dive deck with multiple compressors, fully equipped as a professional dive shops, with deck showers, camera table, rinse tanks and dive gear storage.

Seven Seas also has 6 double sea kayaks are available for further adventures.


Cabin

Seven Seas has 8 comfortable guest cabins, it can welcome 16 guests in privacy and comfort:

All cabins with air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, hairdryer, storage, outlets.

2 Suite Cabins (#7, 9):
Located on the upper deck, largest cabins onboard, each cabin comes with a king-size double bed, panoramic views from the seaview windows. (one of them can be connected to adjoining bunk bed cabin).

2 Deluxe Double Cabins (#5, 6):
Located on the lower deck, each cabin comes with a king size double bed, portholes.

2 Deluxe Bunk Cabins (#3, 4):
Located on the lower deck, each cabin comes with a double bed and a single bed in bunk style, portholes.

2 Deluxe Twin Cabins (#1, 2):
Located on the lower deck, each cabin comes with two single beds in bunk style, portholes.


Diving

  • 3 dives per day + alternating additional night dives.
  • No dive on the embarkation and disembarkation day.
  • 2 dives will be provided on the day before departure.
  • All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.
  • Sea kayaks are available for guests to use during the cruise.

Other information

  • Nitrox:Available for free for Nitrox divers
  • 15L Tanks:Available with additional cost
  • Technical Dive Available:Not available at the moment
  • REBREATHER Dive:Not available at the moment
  • Dive Equipment Rental:Available, rate on request
  • Dive insurance:Divers must have valid dive insurance
  • Wi-Fi Internet :Not available at the moment
  • Laundry Service:Available with additional cost
  • Massage Service:Available with additional cost
  • Payment on board:Cash (USD/EUR/IDR/AUD) or credit card
  • Crew Number:18, include 3 dive guides

Itineraries

Seven Seas does not pre-set any itineraries as this is probably the single worst practice in adventure cruising, leading potentially only to misunderstandings, discomfort and even dangerous situations.

Seven Seas indicates the destinations and ports of departure and disembarkation. Other than that, the itinerary for every single cruise is decided by the Cruise Director and the Captain based on the weather and ocean conditions at the time of the trip, the particular wishes and skills levels of the guests, recent experiences at particular sites, and any other factors that need to be taken into account to guarantee a comfortable, safe and enjoyable experience.


Komodo

With dragons on land and a utopia underwater, you’ll find an array of dive sites to suit every level of experience. Great landscapes, superb hikes, exotic wildlife and stunning views and beaches complete the picture. Hardly surprising then that this is one of our favorite choices..


Komodo - Deep South

Diving the Southern sites of Komodo National Park, and surrounding islands, has always been very exciting and unusual. Rocky canyons and pinnacles are heavily encrusted with marine invertebrate life, with lots of color and plenty of fish. Night diving without a doubt is one of the highlights here, lots of critters and far superior to any of the sites in the north.


Raja Ampat & Triton Bay (Papua)

The legendary Raja Ampat archipelago to the northwest, Cenderawasih Bay to the north, and Triton Bay to the south, the variety of experiences available in West Papua range from unforgettable scuba dives, sea kayaking / SUP paddling across a constellation of beautiful islands, world-class hiking and bird-watching opportunities, and so much more. A must for seasoned divers.


Banda Sea & Halmahera

Once sought by Columbus and Marco Polo, the Spice Islands in the Banda Sea have long been the most coveted destination on earth. Now coveted for their spectacular diving and snorkelling on some of the world’s richest reefs – steep drop offs, impressive hard coral and great fish life make this area simply breathtaking.


East of Flores

Recognized as one of Asia’s ‘Top 10 dive destinations’, the archipelago east of Flores is one of our favorite areas to explore on our liveaboard dive adventures. With an endless horizon punctuated with the peaks of rugged volcanoes, an invitation to visit ancient animist villages, dive sites ranging from macro / muck diving all the way up to the chance to glimpse the world’s largest mammal – the Seven Seas East of Flores voyage offers our guests one of the most unique scuba diving / adventure travel experiences available anywhere on earth.


The Forgotten Islands

Also known as the Southeast Moluccas, the “Forgotten Islands” are not a single destination, but rather a 1,000 km long chain of archipelagos stretching from Timor to West Papua on the island of New Guinea. Undeveloped, distant from population centers and far off any beaten path, these islands have been largely isolated from the rest of Indonesia and the world.


Wakatobi

Fast attracting a reputation as one of the top dive spots in the world, you will enjoy some of the healthiest coral reefs you are ever likely to dive. Especially the small outer Islands, with their colonies of nesting seabirds and steep drop-offs, which bring you eye to eye with some impressive schools of fish and some massive dogtooth tuna.

More

Destinations Raja Ampat, Komodo, Banda Sea, Triton Bay, Wakatobi
Facilities Nitrox support, Camera station, Water Toys, Massage or Spa, Laundry, Fishing gear
Languages spoken English

Schedules & routes

Date Duration Destination Departure - Arrival Price
17/07/2022 to 29/07/2022 12 nights Komodo Labuan Bajo - Labuan Bajo From $6,600.00 Detail
31/07/2022 to 14/08/2022 14 nights Komodo Labuan Bajo - Maumere From $7,700.00 Detail
16/08/2022 to 30/08/2022 14 nights Komodo Maumere - Labuan Bajo From $7,700.00 Detail
01/09/2022 to 15/09/2022 14 nights Komodo Labuan Bajo - Maumere From $7,700.00 Detail
17/09/2022 to 01/10/2022 14 nights Komodo Maumere - Labuan Bajo From $7,700.00 Detail
03/10/2022 to 17/10/2022 14 nights Komodo Labuan Bajo - Maumere From $7,700.00 Detail
19/10/2022 to 04/11/2022 16 nights Banda Sea Maumere - Saumlaki From $8,800.00 Detail
06/11/2022 to 21/11/2022 15 nights Banda Sea Saumlaki - Saumlaki From $8,250.00 Detail
23/11/2022 to 09/12/2022 16 nights Raja Ampat Saumlaki - Sorong From $8,800.00 Detail
11/12/2022 to 23/12/2022 12 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $6,600.00 Detail
25/12/2022 to 06/01/2023 12 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $6,600.00 Detail
08/01/2023 to 18/01/2023 10 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $5,500.00 Detail
22/01/2023 to 03/02/2023 12 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $6,600.00 Detail
05/02/2023 to 17/02/2023 12 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $6,600.00 Detail
19/02/2023 to 03/03/2023 12 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $6,600.00 Detail
06/03/2023 to 22/03/2023 16 nights Triton Bay Sorong - Kaimana From $8,800.00 Detail
24/03/2023 to 05/04/2023 12 nights Triton Bay Kaimana - Kaimana From $6,600.00 Detail
08/04/2023 to 20/04/2023 12 nights Triton Bay Kaimana - Kaimana From $6,600.00 Detail
22/04/2023 to 06/05/2023 14 nights Banda Sea Kaimana - Ambon From $7,700.00 Detail
12/05/2023 to 26/05/2023 14 nights Banda Sea Bau Bau - Labuan Bajo From $7,700.00 Detail
28/05/2023 to 09/06/2023 12 nights Komodo Labuan Bajo - Labuan Bajo From $6,600.00 Detail
11/06/2023 to 23/06/2023 12 nights Komodo Labuan Bajo - Denpasar From $6,600.00 Detail

Prices & conditions

Destination Duration Cabin Price
Komodo 12 nights Double Twin From $6,600.00
Komodo 14 nights Double Twin From $7,700.00
Raja Ampat 10 nights Double Twin From $5,500.00
Raja Ampat 12 nights Double Twin From $6,600.00
Raja Ampat 16 nights Double Twin From $8,800.00
Banda Sea 14 nights Double Twin From $7,700.00
Banda Sea 15 nights Double Twin From $8,250.00
Banda Sea 16 nights Double Twin From $8,800.00
Triton Bay 12 nights Double Twin From $6,600.00
Triton Bay 16 nights Double Twin From $8,800.00

Included

  • Air tanks & weights & weight belts
  • Daily housekeeping service
  • Land transfer on arrival/depature date
  • All meals & complimentary beverages (water & tea & coffee)
  • Dive guide service
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Nitrox fills
  • Dinner on final evening
  • Land tour & Island visit
  • Boat accident insurance

Not included

  • Domestic flights
  • Alcoholic beverages (beer or/and wine)
  • Soft drinks in bottles and/or cans
  • Dive courses on board
  • Crew gratuity
  • Dive equipment rentals
  • Dive insurance
  • Travel insurance ( cancellation insurance)
  • Larger tank (15 L)
  • Marine park fees/Port fees

Useful information

Raja Ampat

Period : The diving season is year-round. Best diving season is December to March with the best overall visibility. Most liveaboards avoid Raja Ampat from mid July - mid September due to the likelihood of experiencing both strong winds / surface swells and rain.

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 : Raja Ampat lies on the equator and has a hot and humid tropical climate. The air temperature is fairly contant year round and can drop to 24°C overnight whilst the daytime maximum is 31°C. The average humidity is 83%.

Water : The water temperature is a fairly constant and warm 27°C - 29°C.

Clothing : Light airy clothes are ideal, can be cool with rain. Sun protection is a must.

Plugs : Type C Europlug, 230V @ 50Hz

Flights : The town of Sorong in West Papua is the main gateway to Raja Ampat. Sorong is mainly accessed via connections from Jakarta, Denpasar Bali and Makassar.

  • 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.


Komodo

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.


Wakatobi

Period : Liveaboards trip around Wakatobi can be offered year round.

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 : The air temperature is a constant 26 - 30°C all year. Wakatobi is one of the most arid regions in Indonesia with sunshine on most days. The air humidity is mostly only about 65 - 75%.

Water : The warmest water is found in the upper water layer around late October, when temperatures can reach a maximum of 30°C. The coolest water falls in July to August with a minimum temperature of 26°C.

Clothing : Light airy clothes are ideal, can be cool with rain. Sun protection is a must.

Plugs : Type C Europlug, 230V @ 50Hz

Flights : The main gateway to the Wakatobi archipelago is Matahora Airport on Wangi-wangi Island.

  • 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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