Dewi Nusantara is a high-end standard liveaboard, offering professional diving trips in Indonesia according to the seasons, it can accommodate 18 guests.

BING

15/07/2015

I just completed the Komodo trip, with the Dewi. Dive master Andrea was my Buddy. I was trying my best to stay for another trip didn't want to leave. We celebrated my 75th year, and 100th dive...

Description

Boat

Dewi Nusantara is one of the finest liveaboard vessels in the region, living aboard is as close to a five star experience as is possible in the faraway corners of the Indonesian archipelago.

Dewi Nusantara was built in Kalimantan (Borneo), Indonesia during 2007 to 2008, with an overall length of 58 meters and 12 meters wide, this three masted topsail schooner moves with a grace and stability that only larger sailing vessels can offer. It cruises at 9 knots per hour, there is 220 volts power onboard.

While you experience the romance of a bygone area you will be able to indulge in the sheer luxury of finding lots of space everywhere you go from bow to stern.

The main deck is where most of the day to day action goes on and houses most of the vessels facilities such as a multi-system TV unit for digital video, camera playback, a compact disc player, a DVD player and iPod docking player, a small library of “books for exchange” is maintained on-board, as well as marine life identi cation books for reference.

The superstructure at the bow houses the anchor winch room with the dive centre/camera room directly behind. Moving outside towards the stern is our huge dive deck and outdoor dining area.

At the centre of the upper deck is Dewi Nusantara’s wheelhouse, this is the nerve centre where the boat is commanded from and features the navigation, radar, communications, depth sounder and global positioning systems.

In front of the wheelhouse is the huge sun deck with comfortable lounging furniture, and looking forward over the main deck is the bow sun-deck featuring more sunbeds and two hammocks, the perfect place to take in the spectacular scenery of eastern Indonesia after a hard days diving.

Dewi Nusantara porvide meals consist of an international mix with a local flair. If you have any special dietary requirements, please advise us upon booking, so we can adequately prepare to meet your needs. Certain special dietary and beverage requests may not be available on a consistent basis due to the remote nature of this location.

Dewi Nusantara also offering a selection of beverages includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, tea and speciality co ee and a limited selection of local beer. One glass of wine is served with dinner. Fresh milk may not be available, although UHT long life milk is provided on-board. We recommend that you purchase any special brands of alcoholic beverages that you may want to consume on-board at the Duty Free Shop at any airport.


Cabin

Dewi Nusantara has 9 spacious guest cabins, it can welcome 18 guests :

1 Master Suite :
Located on the main deck, is the signature room of the ship and is a marvel of design and comfort. It occupies the full width of the vessel and from the stern it has a 180 degree view of the ocean behind the ship. With its 46 square meters it is the largest room on board and surely one the larger suites available on any live-aboard in the world.

All furniture was specifically designed and manufactured by designer Bruno Helgen. Of course the suite’s design has a clear link with other interior spaces on board. But this suite is Bruno’s masterpiece! The lay out of the suite, the light, the view give the immediate feeling that you never want to leave…you’re home.

The Master Suite has one king size bed, a large corner sofa with a table made out of one piece of natural shaped teak, ample additional storage in the wardrobe, The en-suite bathroom offers a shower as well as a bath with ocean view…

8 Deluxe Cabins :
Located on the lower deck, these air conditioned staterooms are all individually designed by Bruno Helgen, a french top interior designer. With its 20 square meters size, very comfortable!

All Deluxe Staterooms are adaptable for either twin or double use. Each has its own en-suite bathroom (4,5m by 1,3m), reading lights, 220V power points and hanging storage for clothing. If you like to work in privacy on your laptop the room offers a comfortable desk. There is ample additional storage in the wardrobe for all personal belongings.


Diving

  • 3 dives per day + alternating additional night dives.
  • No dive provided on the day of arrival and departure.
  • Only 1 - 2 dives will be provided on the last diving day.
  • All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.
  • Dive group will be no more than 4 - 5 divers per dive guide.
  • ENOS are available for divers to use free of charge.

Other Informations

  • Nitrox:Available with additional charge
  • 15L Tanks:Available with additional charge
  • REBREATHER Dive:Not available at the moment
  • Technical Dive:Not available at the moment
  • Dive Equipment Rental:Available, rate on request.
  • Dive insurance:Divers must have valid dive insurance
  • Wi-Fi Internet : Available free of charge for emails
  • Laundry Service:Available with additional charge
  • Massage Service:Available with additional charge
  • Payment on board:Cash (USD/EUR/IDR) or credit card
  • Crew Number:22 persons, include 4 dive guides

Itineraries

Dewi Nusantara is renowned for operating in some of the most diverse and exciting dive destinations on the planet. With more species of coral and marine life than anywhere else on earth, the seas of the Indonesian archipelago lead the world when it comes to marine life bio-diversity and our itineraries visit two of the country’s most spectacular areas.

Site selection depends on many variables such as weather and sea conditions but also on you – tell us what you would like to see and do and we will do our very best to accommodate your wishes.


Depending on your trip itinerary you will be visiting either Ambon, Alor, Banda Sea, Cenderawasih Bay, Triton Bay, Forgotten Islands, Halmahera or Raja Ampat in Papua. You will be making up to four dives a day in some of the most sought after dive destinations on the planet.


Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is Dewi Nusantara’s home for the majority of the operating year. Dewi Nusantara's trip Starting and ending in Sorong, our 11-night cruises offer nine and a half days of spectacular and varied diving with between two and four dives per day with many fascinating land excursions along the way.


Cenderawasih Bay

Other than on Manokwari’s excellent WWII wrecks, most of the diving is within Cenderawasih Bay National Park, Indonesia’s largest park. This park is huge, half again larger than Raja Ampat; even a 14-day dive trip barely scratches the “surface” of this underwater wilderness. Dewi Nusantara's trip Starting and ending at Manokwari, the 13-night Cenderawasih Bay cruises over comes with between two and four dives per day and many fascinating land excursions along the way.


Banda Sea & The Forgotten Islands

While big fish and pelagics are the usual suspects in the Banda Islands, its true treasure is in the large variety and sheer volume of fish life, for both large and small marine life.

Some of the creatures worthy of special attention, because they characterize the diving in the Banda Sea are the dogtooth tuna and mobula rays. You’ll see large schools of fusiliers and thousands of red tooth triggerfish at many of the dive sites. There are prolific mandarin fish and the native Ambon scorpionfish at the other end of the size scale. Our cruises will dive between two and four dives per day and many fascinating land excursions along the way.


Ambon & Alor

Ambon and Alor are two destinations with each some of their own unique diving opportunities. Ambon, or to be precise Ambon Bay, offers some of the most spectacular muck or critter diving you can find.

Alor is a destination that can be nicely combined with Ambon on one of our Banda Sea crossings or the ending of a cruise through the Forgotten Islands. Alor is Clown Valley, with one of the highest concentration of anemones in the world. Situated on a slope filled with boulders the anemones are everywhere, in all colours and shapes, and so are the Clown Fish. The water here can be cold – Mola Mola’s (Sunfish) have been spotted at Clown Valley!

Dolphins and pilot whales are regularly seen from Dewi Nusantara or our dive tenders. The straits between Alor and the islands to the west towards Solor are tidal, with large masses of water being pushed through them each day.

Alor offers fantastic opportunities to hunt for great macro photos all the way to whale watching at sunset.


DIVE INSTRUCTION : With the exception of Enriched Air Diver courses Dewi Nusantara typically does not offer onboard diving instruction. Should you wish to inquire about dive courses please contact us.

Embarkation and Disembarkation times : Official embarkation time is 4 pm. If you arrive on an early flight, the Dewi team will meet at the airport and take you to a hotel for breakfast and coffee. We usually try to start boarding from 12 noon. Once all guests are on board, we will depart.

Dewi Nusantara typically returns to port in the afternoon or evening the day before disembarkation at the end of the cruise. Final disembarkation will occur between 6:00 am and 10 am.

More

Destinations Alor, Triton Bay, Raja Ampat, Halmahera, Cenderawasih Bay, Banda Sea
Facilities Nitrox support, Sidemount Friendly, Watersport equipment, Camera Station, Massage or Spa, Wi-Fi, Laundry
Languages spoken English

Schedules & routes

Date Duration Destination Departure - Arrival Price
04/03/2024 to 15/03/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
16/03/2024 to 27/03/2024 11 nights Triton Bay Sorong - Kaimana From $7,979.00 Detail
29/03/2024 to 09/04/2024 11 nights Triton Bay Kaimana - Tual From $7,979.00 Detail
11/04/2024 to 22/04/2024 11 nights Banda Sea Tual - Alor From $7,979.00 Detail
07/05/2024 to 18/05/2024 11 nights Banda Sea Ambon - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
19/05/2024 to 30/05/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
31/05/2024 to 11/06/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
13/07/2024 to 23/07/2024 10 nights Cenderawasih Bay Sorong - Manokwari From $7,979.00 Detail
25/07/2024 to 04/08/2024 10 nights Cenderawasih Bay Manokwari - Manokwari From $7,979.00 Detail
06/08/2024 to 16/08/2024 10 nights Cenderawasih Bay Manokwari - Manokwari From $7,979.00 Detail
18/08/2024 to 28/08/2024 10 nights Cenderawasih Bay Manokwari - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
30/08/2024 to 10/09/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
11/09/2024 to 22/09/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
23/09/2024 to 04/10/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
05/10/2024 to 16/10/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
17/10/2024 to 28/10/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
29/10/2024 to 09/11/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
20/11/2024 to 01/12/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
22/11/2024 to 03/12/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
04/12/2024 to 15/12/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail
16/12/2024 to 27/12/2024 11 nights Raja Ampat Sorong - Sorong From $7,979.00 Detail

Prices & conditions

Destination Duration Cabin Price
Raja Ampat 11 nights Deluxe Stateroom From $7,979.00
Raja Ampat 11 nights Master From $9,479.00
Banda Sea 11 nights Deluxe Stateroom From $7,979.00
Banda Sea 11 nights Master From $9,479.00
Triton Bay 11 nights Deluxe Stateroom From $7,979.00
Triton Bay 11 nights Master From $9,479.00
Cenderawasih Bay 10 nights Deluxe Stateroom From $7,979.00
Cenderawasih Bay 10 nights Master From $9,479.00

Included

  • Transfers from airport and/or hotel to the yacht
  • VAT and local taxes
  • Full-board meal plan (including snacks)
  • Complimentary beverages (water, tea, coffee)
  • Complimentary alcoholic beverage with dinner
  • Soft drinks
  • Diving activity (incl. tanks, weights, weight belts)
  • Dive guide service
  • Use of Kayaks or/and SUPs
  • Land excursions and activities throughout the trip
  • Boat accident insurance
  • Cabin towels and complimentary toiletries
  • Cabin cleaning service
  • Wi-Fi

Not included

  • Domestic flights in destination country
  • Marine park fees & Port fees
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Alcoholic beverage
  • Dive equipment rentals
  • Larger tank (15 L)
  • Nitrox fills
  • Dive courses on board
  • Dive insurance (mandatory requirement)
  • Travel insurance (trip cancellation insurance)
  • Crew gratuity

Useful information

Alor

Best time for diving
April to November, as this is when both visibility and weather are at their best, while September is the best time to spot Mola Mola. The currents usually are strongest in October and November, making conditions more challenging. From late December until early March, Alor is usually considered as off-season due to the rainy season.

About temperatures
Air : winter months are between 26°C - 29°C, summer months are between 27°C - 32°C.
Sea : between 25°C - 27°C from March to April & October to November, between 27°C - 30°C from May to September. Thermoclines are common year round, the water can drop at times to 22°C or lower.

Wetsuit Recommendation
We recommend a 5 mm full wetsuit. If you get cold easily, we recommend also bring gloves and a hood, or even a 7 mm full wetsuit.

Diver requirement
Suitable for all levels of diver from beginners to experienced. However, in the open blue, the current can be strong at times, so divers should to be comfortable with their skills. While the muck dive sites only have little current. You can find out more informations about diving in Alor here : Alor

Embarkation / Disembarkation
Alor liveaboard trips are usually from Maumere to Maumere, guests need to fly to Maumere airport (MOF).
However, some liveaboards often combine Alor with other destinations like Komodo, Banda Sea, Raja Ampat. Then you might only need to arrive or depart from Maumere.

Visa Requirements
Indonesia offers a free visa on arrival service for many nationalities which allows visitors to stay in the country for up to 30 days. A list of countries that are eligible for visa on arrival can be found on the Indonesian Government's Directorate General of Immigration.

Please note: Immigration officials in Indonesia may ask for proof of onward travel (e.g. a return or onward air ticket).

Vaccinations
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over the age of 9 months arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.

Money Matters
The local currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), all liveaboards accept cash payments in USD.
Rupiah can be purchased from all major banks and exchange outlets. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in major hotels, restaurants & shops.

Drones
There are very few restrictions on the use of drones for photography purposes within Indonesia. Please check Drone laws in Indonesia for details.

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.


Triton Bay

Best time for diving
November to April, most liveaboards visit Triton Bay during the Raja Ampat diving season, as from June the winds and rain can cause unpleasant sea conditions. However, rain is possible in West Papua anytime, not just in rainy season.

Some sites are subject to strong currents here, and the visibility in Triton Bay might change abruptly. Rarely exceeding 20 meters, it can lower to less than 10 meters, especially after a lot of raining in Triton Bay. Most of diving is shallow dives, no more than 35 meters.

About temperatures
Air : generally ranges between 25°C - 31°C year-round.
Sea : averaging around 26°C - 27°C from May to October, 29°C - 30°C from November to April.

Wetsuit Recommendation
We recommend a 3 mm full wetsuit for November to April, a 5 mm full wetsuit for May to October.

Diver requirement
Suitable for most divers, however, on a number of sites in Triton Bay, a certain level of currents is necessary to attract interesting fish activities. So divers should be ok with the currents. You can find out more informations about diving in Wakatobi here : Triton Bay

Embarkation / Disembarkation
The nearby airport is Kaimana airport (KNG) in West Papua. However, live­aboards may utilize different ports depends on the itinerary, as often live­aboard trips will combine Triton Bay with other destinations like Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, so please ask our agent to know the exact port for your trip.

Visa Requirements
Indonesia offers a free visa on arrival service for many nationalities which allows visitors to stay in the country for up to 30 days. A list of countries that are eligible for visa on arrival can be found on the Indonesian Government's Directorate General of Immigration.

Please note: Immigration officials in Indonesia may ask for proof of onward travel (e.g. a return or onward air ticket).

Vaccinations
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over the age of 9 months arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.

Money Matters
The local currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), all liveaboards accept cash payments in USD.
Rupiah can be purchased from all major banks and exchange outlets. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in major hotels, restaurants & shops.

Drones
There are very few restrictions on the use of drones for photography purposes within Indonesia. Please check Drone laws in Indonesia for details.

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.


Raja Ampat

Best time for diving
Mid October to April, the wind then picks up in May until the end of August, causing rougher seas and this means Misool area in the south will be shut from June to September. From July until September the diving in the north still can be enjoyable. The visibility can vary from 10 - 30 meters, current can be from mild to strong at times.

About temperatures
Air : fairly constant between 25°C - 31°C year-round.
Sea : it is warm all year round, about 27°C - 31°C

Wetsuit Recommendation
We recommend a 3 mm full wetsuit throughout the year.

Diver requirement
Intermediate to Advanced level. You can find out more informations about diving in Raja Ampat here : Raja Ampat

Embarkation / Disembarkation
Most of the embarkation / disembarkation will be in Sorong (SOQ).
Few liveaboards also departs from Waisai (RJM).
The easiest to fly through to & from Sorong (SOQ) via Jakarta (CGK), Makassar (UPG), Bali (DPS), or Manado (MDC).

Visa Requirements
Indonesia offers a free visa on arrival service for many nationalities which allows visitors to stay in the country for up to 30 days. A list of countries that are eligible for visa on arrival can be found on the Indonesian Government's Directorate General of Immigration.

Please note: Immigration officials in Indonesia may ask for proof of onward travel (e.g. a return or onward air ticket).

Vaccinations
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over the age of 9 months arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.

Money Matters
The local currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), all liveaboards accept cash payments in USD.
Rupiah can be purchased from all major banks and exchange outlets. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in major hotels, restaurants & shops.

Drones
There are very few restrictions on the use of drones for photography purposes within Indonesia. Please check Drone laws in Indonesia for details.

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.


Halmahera

Best time for diving
October to November and March to May, Halmahera can be dived all year round, but due to the monsoon season, from June to September it can be windy and the sea can be rough. And from December to February is considered as the rainy season.

Visibility is usually very good, ranging from 20-30 meters, Inside the bays the visibility may be less. Currents can be strong in the straits, weak in the areas protected by the islands.

About temperatures
Air : generally ranges between 25°C - 32°C year-round.
Sea : it is warm all year round, about 27°C - 31°C

Wetsuit Recommendation
We recommend a 3 mm full wetsuit throughout the year.

Diver requirement
Suitable for all levels, however, divers should have some experience to enjoy the drift dives there. You can find out more informations about diving in Halmahera here : Halmahera

Embarkation / Disembarkation
Depending on which itinerary you choose, the embarkation / disembarkation can be in Bitung > Manado (MDC), Ternate (TTE), Bacan (LAH/WUB), or Morotai (OTI). The international airport with the best connections is Jakarta (CGK). You can also route through Bali (DPS) if you prefer.

However, some live­aboard trips will combine Halmahera with other destinations like Sulawesi (Lembeh), Raja Ampat, then the embarkation and disembarkation will be different. So please ask our agent to know the exact port for your trip.

Visa Requirements
Indonesia offers a free visa on arrival service for many nationalities which allows visitors to stay in the country for up to 30 days. A list of countries that are eligible for visa on arrival can be found on the Indonesian Government's Directorate General of Immigration.

Please note: Immigration officials in Indonesia may ask for proof of onward travel (e.g. a return or onward air ticket).

Vaccinations
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over the age of 9 months arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.

Money Matters
The local currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), all liveaboards accept cash payments in USD.
Rupiah can be purchased from all major banks and exchange outlets. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in major hotels, restaurants & shops.

Drones
There are very few restrictions on the use of drones for photography purposes within Indonesia. Please check Drone laws in Indonesia for details.

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.


Cenderawasih Bay

Best time for diving
Mid June to early November, diving is possible year-round, the plankton bloom usually happens between September and early April which attract the whale sharks even more, but you can see them in the bay year round. Liveaboards usually offer trips in Cenderawasih bay when other Indonesian sites are affected by inclement weather between June to October. Visibility can be between 10 - 35 meters here with mild currents.

About temperatures
Air : generally ranges between 25°C - 32°C year-round.
Sea : it is warm all year round, about 27°C - 30°C

Wetsuit Recommendation
We recommend a 3 mm full wetsuit throughout the year.

Diver requirement
Suitable for all levels. You can find out more informations about diving in Cenderawasih bay here : Cenderawasih bay

Embarkation / Disembarkation
Depending on which itinerary you choose, the embarkation / disembarkation can be in Manokwari (MKW), Nabire (NBX), Biak (BIK). The international airport with the best connections is Jakarta (CGK).

However, some live­aboard trips will combine Cenderawasih bay with other destinations like Raja Ampat, then the embarkation and disembarkation will be different. So please ask our agent to know the exact port for your trip.

Visa Requirements
Indonesia offers a free visa on arrival service for many nationalities which allows visitors to stay in the country for up to 30 days. A list of countries that are eligible for visa on arrival can be found on the Indonesian Government's Directorate General of Immigration.

Please note: Immigration officials in Indonesia may ask for proof of onward travel (e.g. a return or onward air ticket).

Vaccinations
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over the age of 9 months arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.

Money Matters
The local currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), all liveaboards accept cash payments in USD.
Rupiah can be purchased from all major banks and exchange outlets. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in major hotels, restaurants & shops.

Drones
There are very few restrictions on the use of drones for photography purposes within Indonesia. Please check Drone laws in Indonesia for details.

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.


Banda Sea

Best time for diving
October to November & March to April, the seas are generally calmer during these months and in October to November there is higher chance to see hammerhead sharks. From May to August the surface conditions can get quite rough.

The visibility is generally good to excellent in Banda Sea areas, except in Ambon bay and in other bays for critter dives. Currents are low to moderate on most of the sites, however, strong currents may occur at times.

About temperatures
Air : range between 25°C - 31°C year-round.
Sea : range between 26°C - 29°C year-round.

Wetsuit Recommendation
We recommend a 3 - 5 mm full wetsuit throughout the year.

Diver requirement
Most dive sites are suitable for all levels with a few exceptions that are suitable only for advanced divers. You can find out more informations about diving in Banda Sea here : Banda Sea

Embarkation / Disembarkation
The embarkation / disembarkation can be in Ambon (AMQ), Kaimana (KNG), Maumere (MOF), Sorong (SOQ), Waisai (RJM), Saumalaki (SXK) etc. As some of the Banda Sea trip will combine with other destinations like Raja Ampat, Halmahera, Triton Bay. So please ask our agent to know the exact port for your trip.

Visa Requirements
Indonesia offers a free visa on arrival service for many nationalities which allows visitors to stay in the country for up to 30 days. A list of countries that are eligible for visa on arrival can be found on the Indonesian Government's Directorate General of Immigration.

Please note: Immigration officials in Indonesia may ask for proof of onward travel (e.g. a return or onward air ticket).

Vaccinations
Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over the age of 9 months arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.

Money Matters
The local currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), all liveaboards accept cash payments in USD.
Rupiah can be purchased from all major banks and exchange outlets. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in major hotels, restaurants & shops.

Drones
There are very few restrictions on the use of drones for photography purposes within Indonesia. Please check Drone laws in Indonesia for details.

Extending your holiday
We offer a range of hotels/resorts, land-based diving packages, and excursions that can be arranged before or after your liveaboard holiday. Just ask us if you need such service.

Diver's reviews (1)

BING, 15/07/2015

I just completed the Komodo trip, with the Dewi. Dive master Andrea was my Buddy. I was trying my best to stay for another trip didn't want to leave. We celebrated my 75th year, and 100th dive width the WONDERFUL CREW. ANDREA and the crew helped me out when my deflater botton broke and the bcd was empty. They provided spare bcd, as mine couldn't repaired. My computer got out of gage mode (my fault) they had a spare that I could so I only missed one dive. I'll keep coming back Andrea and her great Crew are the best.

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