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Seven Seas Liveaboard

The Seven Seas liveaboard is a 45m traditionally built Buginese schooner and is somewhat of a legend on the Indonesian waters having pioneered many of the areas divers now regularly visit. Not content the Seven Seas continues to pioneer new areas always looking to find new spots no one has ever dived before. The Seven Seas liveaboard is custom-designed to accommodate up to 16 guests in spacious comfort over three decks she is perfect for both diving and relaxation. The four double and four twin cabins are finished to a high standard and come with king size beds in the doubles and large single beds in the twins. The en-suite bathrooms have powerful hot and cold water showers, hot and cold water wash basins, full sized WC and hairdryer.

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The main lounge and inside dining areas is fully air-conditioned but all windows can be fully opened to let the breeze through, which is usually the nicest experience. Two double cabins are situated on the upper deck, commanding panoramic views from the windows. A shaded lounging area aft on the upper deck, as well as shaded lounge beds in front of the wheelhouse are great areas for sunsets and cocktails. The spacious dive deck, comfortable tender boats and first rate dive guides promise you a world class diving experience. The Seven Seas also carries six double sea kayaks to further your adventures around remote Indonesian islands. When you are not diving or relaxing you will likely be eating – the Seven Seas state-of-the-art galley serves mouth-watering buffets and a selection of fine wines to complete the experience. With many years culinary expertise, the chef prepares truly mouth-watering cuisine. Buffets form the main menu of the day, offering a wide choice of dishes to suit the majority of taste buds, including vegetarians. The chef uses as much fresh local produce as she can, including fresh seafood. The bar on the Seven Seas has a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Seven Seas offers trips to the following areas:
-Banda Sea
-East of Flores (Flores, Adunara, Solor, Lembata, Komba Volcano, Pantar and Alor)
-Forgotten Islands
-Raja Ampat

Prices include: Cabin accommodation on Seven Seas, up to 4 dives per day (inc night dive), free Nitrox, tanks/weights/weight belts, all meals, snacks, coffee, tea, drinking water and return transfers between local airport and the vessel.

There is currently no extra Fuel surcharges and Nitrox is free of charge. Any and all Port clearance and Conservation fees are already included in Seven Seas trip prices.

Seven Seas – East of Flores Video