Seven Seas

Description:

Seven SeasThe Seven Seas is a 33m, traditionally built Buginese schooner and has set new standards in Indonesian liveaboard luxury. Custom-designed to accommodate up to 16 guests in spacious comfort over three decks she is perfect for both diving and relaxation. The galley is fitted with the latest in culinary kits and chef welcomes guests who want to join in and prepare special snacks or meals.

The upper deck has 2 sun decks with lounge chairs and day beds; the middle deck is the location of the air conditioned lounge and dining area with DVD, radio, books, toys and a galley with state-of-the-art facilities.

With over 9 years of culinary expertise, the chef prepares truly mouth-watering cuisine. Buffets form the main menu of the day so that we can give you a wider choice and suit the majority of taste buds, including vegetarians. The chef uses as much fresh local produce as he can, including fresh seafood. The bar has a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and water, coffee and tea are included and you can enjoy as much as you like.

Imagine being perfectly pampered while relaxing on the deck of your own sailing spa! Enjoy the rest, relaxation and rejuvenation you so deserve with our floating spa staff, which have been trained in Balinese massages, pedicures and manicures.

Accommodation:

There are 8 Staterooms with air-conditioning and warm-water en-suite bathrooms. Four have royal size double beds; two are equipped with a small double and a large single bed in bunk-style and two have large single beds in bunk-style.

Diving:

The Seven Seas features the latest diving and safety equipment, Nitrox, 3 speed boats and satellite communication, all of which means that we can sail where we want in comfort and in confidence. Our dive guides share their knowledge of marine life and the local area as well as guiding you to the best dive sites. The dive deck is shaded and has deck showers and dive gear storage.

Komodo

From pristine corals, mantas, sharks, turtles, dolphins, dugong and giant pelagics to tiny pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs and frog fish, you'll find the diversity of marine life inspiring if not mind boggling. The islands feature a dramatic wild savannah landscape with patches of forest especially on the southern hills of Komodo and Rinca. White and red sand beaches, blue lagoons teeming with fish and some of the most spectacular underwater scenery in the world entice divers and guests from around the world.

Raja Ampat

Some of the highlights include the great dives and under as well as above water caves of Misool, the blue water mangroves, the reefs of the Fam Islands, the fish and manta rays of the Dampier straight, the pearl farm at Aljui Bay and the great karst islands of the Wayag Archipelago. Then there are the extensive mangrove forests and the many deserted beaches. Some excellent diving can be found in the "blue water mangroves" just west of the Island of Misool. In the north there is some superb critter diving at Waigeo Island and great coral and fish dives in Dampier Strait.

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