Situju 7 is a traditional Indonesian liveaboard called “Phinisi.” This beautiful boat is made from black ironwood and has teak interiors designed in Italian architecture. Tourists around the world visit Indonesia all year round and the perfect way to enjoy your holiday is to travel with Situju liveaboard. The itinerary has a wide range of destinations with a variety of activities available. The tour includes Komodo National Park, Sablon, Rinca Island, Red Beach, Sabita Bay, Manta Point and many more. These islands give an exciting experience for every tourist who visits Komodo Island. The crew members are on hand to help each passenger with their needs.
Our Overall Review
Things we like:
Many people were happy with the liveliness of the crew and dive instructors
Divers said they got to see lots of marine life on their daily dives
Things we don't like:
A couple of divers said that the briefing was short and didn't tackle some of their concerns
Some people said that the food wasn't that inspiring
Diving on the Situju 7 in Indonesia
This fancy liveaboard is 27 m/88.58 feet in length with advanced safety equipment on board. It is suitable for friends and family weekend adventure or private charters. The staff onboard ensures to give the best service that Situju 7 can offer.
This vessel can accommodate a total of 10 passengers to its five comfortable cabins. There is a grand suite on the main deck with a private terrace. The cabins on the lower deck are Junior suite, deluxe cabin, Cabinet, and Sumbawa deluxe cabin. All cabins are air-conditioned with Wi-Fi, en-suite bathrooms and hot water showers.
The lounge area has audio and video entertainment and a good place for socialization. Guests can enjoy the spa on the upper deck as well as the large sundeck with outdoor beds, perfect for sunbathing and ocean viewing. The small library is filled with magazines and marine life books that give new knowledge to every reader.
The highly-trained chef onboard serves scrumptious, delicious local and international cuisines together with complimentary drinks and snacks in between meals. Meals are in a buffet-style setting which gives guests the time to hang out and share their experiences during mealtime. Free-flowing of complimentary beverages and snacks are available during the trip. We recommend tourists to add their specific dietary requests on the booking form.
The dive deck has ladders and spacious enough for divers to move around while getting ready for their dive. It has complete equipment for safe diving along with trained dive guides that offer diving lessons. Each dive guides are professionally trained to know every dive spots like the back of their hands. Guests can enjoy three to seven days cruise along Flores, Bali, Raja Ampat, and Komodo island. Snorkeling is available for non-divers to explore the wonders of the ocean with hundreds of exotic marine life.
Rental dive gears, regulator, wetsuit, dive computer, and snorkeling equipment are available for reservation upon booking.
This liveaboard had complete boat safety equipment and communication devices to ensure safety while on a cruise. First aid kits, life jackets, life rafts, and fire alarms are accessible for any situation. The crew members are ready to manage any emergency on board.
The staff welcomes guests with refreshments and snacks upon checking-in. A short briefing and introduction are given to guests to provide them with safety guidelines and an itinerary plan.
Komodo National Park is one of the most famous places that thousands of people visit throughout the year. The largest lizard in the world called “Komodo Dragon” and other exotic animals reside in this region. Meet and greet Bajau people on Kukusan island with a valuable millennial culture. Sobolon Island is a secluded place that only liveaboard visits. It is also known for the best diving zone and the best camping spot. Visit beautiful white beaches around Komodo National Park and a chance to see a variety of wildlife such as horses, deers and wild boars. Manta Point is an excellent place to spot schools of Mantas, dolphins, whales and different sharks. The best time to visit the Indonesia archipelago is between April to December to enjoy the best visibility.