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16 guests comfortably enjoying the Indonesian archipelago in four double staterooms and four twin staterooms make The Seven Seas a great liveaboard choice. Air conditioning in every room, en-suite bathrooms, and daily housekeeping is just the tip of the iceberg. This luxury liveaboard will offer you a large sun deck as well as a shaded deck, so everyone would have their preferred choice. With state-of-the-art diving equipment, a large dive deck, 3-speed boats, and plenty of equipment, the diver inside you will have a blast visiting the best dive sites in Indonesia.

Our Overall Review

4.5

Reasons to buy:

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    Some divers said they enjoyed the land excursions that led them to various wild life.
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    Many people said that the boat had large cabins and hot showers.
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    Divers said that the marine life was awesome and they have never so many dolphins at one spot.

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markA couple of people were taken back by the request for a tip by the crew.
  • check-markSome divers said that the visibility of the water was bad at some locations.

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Diving on the Seven Seas in Indonesia

The Beauty of The Seven Seas

The Seven Seas is a luxurious 40 meters (a little over 131 feet) long liveaboard, that is setting new standards in the Indonesian waters. Perfectly designed for a small boat, it is able to accommodate 16 guests in spacious comfort. For a group of friends who love a dive cruise or a unique yacht charter, there might not be a better option than The Seven Seas. The three decks spread around are roomy enough both for diving as well as for relaxation. Being fitted with the best available gear on the market, it will always ensure you with a comfortable diving experience. Diving cruises starting from Bali and heading to Raja Ampat, Komodo, Banda Sea, East of Flores or Forgotten Islands will always be offered.

The Seven Seas Interior

This beautiful liveaboard is characterized by eight rooms in total. There are four double and four twin staterooms. The rooms, in parallel to the main dining room and deck areas, are perfectly arranged. Following a luxurious standard, all of them are finished to a high standard and come with king size beds or large single beds, respectively to the room size. Every room is equipped with an en-suite bathroom with full equipment. Outside the rooms, the high standard is kept to the smallest details. The main lounge and dining areas are fully air-conditioned. Nevertheless, all windows in that area are functional, i.e. you can let some breeze through, setting up a new atmosphere. There are two double cabins situated on the upper deck, offering breathtaking panoramic views from the windows.

If you are a person who enjoys sunsets or cocktails, there is something for you as well. Shaded lounge beds right in front of the wheelhouse, in addition to the shaded lounge area on the upper deck will be your favorite spot. As a cherry on top, The Seven Seas is offering mouth-watering buffets. A professional chef prepares delicious fresh meals on a daily basis, while a selection of fine wines is always offered to round up your personal experience.

Itinerary

The Seven Seas is famous for traveling to the most recognizable diving spots in Indonesia. The largest amount of corals and fish species is found in Raja Ampat, a place that is constantly visited. The Banda Sea is another destination filled with a variety of underwater life, reefs, and rocks. However, maybe the most acknowledged diving area in this region is the Komodo Park. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet eagle rays, large mantas, or just discover a macro life from up close.

When to Go

Indonesia is blessed with great weather, making it a great destination all year around. Now, certain dive places are recommended for visiting only in certain months. Komodo Park is best between April and August while Raja Ampat between October and end of April. March-April and September-December would be your go time if you just like to visit the dive sites. So, if what you look for is traditional atmosphere and comfort, The Seven Seas will give you just that.

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