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Komodo Cruise Anema Liveaboard
The Overall Review
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In summary, this is what divers think:
4 reasons to dive
- Many people expressed this was a luxurious yacht with all the trimmings.
- Some people noted that seeing komodo dragons was one of their highlights whilst visiting the island.
- Some divers said the snorkeling was well organised and they would return.
- The last night barbeque on the beach was special to many.
2 reasons NOT to dive
- Some people mentioned that the yacht was small and could only house a limited number of people.
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Description and details
Diving on the Komodo Cruise Anema liveaboard in Indonesia
This vessel is 32 m/104.9 feet in length and has full safety equipment. It has modern and contemporary interiors that give an experience of a five-star cruise. It offers comfortables cabins and outdoor socialization areas.
The Komodo Cruise Anema liveaboard has four spacious cabins that can accommodate eight passengers. There are two deluxe and two master cabins, each with private bathrooms and air-conditioning. Housekeeping and fresh towels are given daily. The indoor lounge is connected to the dining area, with a bar suitable for onboard socialization and relaxation. There is an audio and video entertainment system, perfect for watching the latest movies after a day of diving. A library filled with magazines and marine life books welcomes everyone who wants to learn more about the ocean. Guests will never miss any social media updates with the use of the free Wi-Fi aboard.
The staff serves meals from local and international cuisines with fresh ingredients. Complimentary drinks and delicious snacks are available throughout the safari. Alcoholic beverages, beer, and spirits are available for purchase. Guests can inquire their requests for vegan, vegetarian and other specific dietary requirements upon booking. They can also talk to our booking agents to assist them with their requests.
Boat Safety and Activities
This vessel has full safety equipment to secure everyone’s safety during the journey. Life vests, first aid kits and emergency rafts are accessible in case of emergency. The crew members are trained in first aid, and they can manage any situation onboard. Tourists can do snorkeling to explore the incredible marine life. The stand-up paddle boards are suitable for yoga exercises as well as surfing with the ocean waves. Learn new techniques in fishing to catch the best and largest fish.
The crew members welcome guests with refreshments and tasty snacks upon checking in. A short briefing and introduction are given to provide guests with all the information about the safety instructions together with the itinerary plan.
Thousands of tourists visit Komodo Island and Labuan Bajo. Both places offer unique attractions. There are many breathtaking landscapes and small islands. Sebayur Island is covered with green and shady hills. Wooden structures with Indonesian interiors complete this Indonesian tour. It is perfect for water activities, and all water sports equipment is available on the island. Sebayur island and Komodo National Park have magnificent natural scenery and hills perfect for a trekking tour. There are mammals in the park like the Timor deer, wild boar, horses, water buffalo, Asian palm civet, and the endemic Rinca.
Guests can observe the sunset on the Padar beach and enjoy snorkeling in different spots like Manta point, Siaba, Mawan, Tatawa Kecil, Tatawa Besat and Batu-Boling. They will enjoy keeping an eye on baby sharks, pinnacles, coral gardens, and other ocean creatures.
The best time to visit Indonesia is during May and September when its the sunny season. Tourists can benefit more from off-season tours to enjoy each island better. The staff members are always on hand to assist and help guests enjoy their holiday to the fullest.
- Daily housekeeping
- Audio & video entertainment
- Sun Deck
- Indoor Saloon
- Non-Diver (Snorkeler) Friendly
- En-Suite bathrooms
- Free Internet
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Seaview Cabins
- Dedicated Local & International Crew
- Naturalist Guide
- Observation Deck
- Naturalist Guide
- Stand Up Paddleboard