Seven Seas Liveaboard

Seven Seas Liveaboard

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The Seven Seas Indonesia Liveaboard

Boat specification

  • Year built: 2016
  • Length / Width: 45 m / 8 m
  • Material: Wood
  • Capacity: 16
  • Languages: English
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Services available

  • Nitrox: Free
  • Wifi: No
  • Divers with disabilities: No
  • Tech diving: No
  • Double Cabins: Yes
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Seven Seas is a traditional sailing boat, custom built for comfortable diving safaris in Indonesia.



Boat Interior



Seven Seas is a rather small boat, a number of cabins are only 8. Almost all are located on lower deck. There are 2 double cabins and a 4 twin bed cabins that you can share with another diver. Also, there are two cabins on upper deck, supplied with queen beds. Each cabin has air conditioning.The time between and after dives passengers of Seven Seas can comfortably spend in the open air salon. You can lay at is cozy couches and enjoy the gorgeous view of blue waters and islands. Upper deck is big enough and ideal for relaxing in the warm sun. 



Dive Deck 



Seven Seas dive deck is spacious, it has a dive shop, multiple compressors two speed boats used to get to dive sites. Also, there is a camera table here, to comfortably maintain photo gear.



Safety



Seven Seas crew cares about passengers safety on board. There are life jackets and life rafts on board, Automated External Defibrillator.



Itinerary



Seven sea itineraries include diving at the most recognizable diving destination of Indonesia. There are trips to Raja Ampat, that is represented by the largest amount of coral and fish species. Other excellent destination that Seven Seas visiting is the Banda Sea, dive sites are consist of reefs, rocks, and a variety of underwater life, including dogtooth tuna, mobula rays, schools of fusiliers, thousands of red-tooth triggerfish, mandarin fish, and the native Ambon scorpionfish. One of the most acknowledged areas for diving in Indonesia is Komodo Park, that can be also visited during the safari on Seven Seas. It’s a great chance to meet large mantas, eagle rays, discover a macro life of this dazzling destination.



When to Go



Indonesia is all year round destination. Komodo is best to visit between April and August. To dive in Raja Ampat is better to choose a time from October until the end of April. The period from March and April and during the September to December is good to visit Banda Sea dive sites. 



So, if you looking for a comfort, traditional atmosphere, and superb diving Seven Seas Liveaboard is a good opportunity to get all this and even more


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Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong) (12 nights trip)

13 Days / 12 Nights (Approximately 30 dives)
  • Departure port:Port of Sorong
  • Return port:Port of Sorong
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Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong) (4 nights trip)

5 Days / 4 Nights (Approximately 7 dives)
  • Departure port:Port of Sorong
  • Return port:Port of Sorong
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Komodo (Labuanbajo - Labuanbajo) (11 night trip)

12 Days / 11 Nights (Approximately 24 dives)
  • Departure port:Labuan Bajo
  • Return port:Labuan Bajo
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Raja Ampat & Banda Sea (Sorong - Ambon) (14 night trip)

15 Days / 14 Nights (Approximately 30 dives)
  • Departure port:Port of Sorong
  • Return port:Ambon Island
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East Flores (Maumere - Maumere) (12 night trip)

13 Days / 12 Nights (Approximately 30 dives)
  • Departure port:Maumere
  • Return port:Maumere
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Cabins Seven Seas

  • Twin Cabin

    Deck:
    Lower Deck
    Bedding:
    Twin beds (bunk-style)
    Max occupancy:
    2
    Ensuite bathroom:
    Yes
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  • Double Cabin (Lower Deck)

    Deck:
    Lower Deck
    Bedding:
    Double bed
    Max occupancy:
    2
    Ensuite bathroom:
    Yes
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  • Double Cabin (Upper Deck)

    Deck:
    Upper Deck
    Bedding:
    Double bed
    Max occupancy:
    2
    Ensuite bathroom:
    Yes
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Additional options Seven Seas

All these services you can order when booking
  • Equipment Rental
  • Courses and Specialities
  • Full Equipment Rental (per 14 Night Trip) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR420
  • Full Equipment Rental (per 9 Night Trip) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR270
  • Full Equipment Rental (per 15 Night Trip) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR450
  • Full Equipment Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR30
  • Full Equipment Rental (per 12 Night Trip) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR360
  • Full Equipment Rental (per 16 Night Trip) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR480
  • Snorkeling Equipment Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR8
  • Wetsuit Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR8
  • BCD Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR8
  • Regulator Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR8
  • Computer Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR10
  • Torch Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR8
  • Underwater Camera Rental (per Day) Equipment and Courses Rate PlanEUR25

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