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SY Mandarin Siren - Liveaboard


The very luxurious SY Mandarin Siren is the perfect private charter companion with max guests of 6 divers on board the 4 cabins you are guaranteed uncrowded, unbelievable diving across the whole of Indonesia with more than 10 different itineraries to choose from. The Mandarin Siren Liveaboard is 24meters, she joined the fleet in June 2010 and can now be found diving Raja Ampat & Sulawesi in Indonesia.

The cabins are all en-suite and offer a choice of double or twin beds. The dining area is at the rear of the yacht and provides a spacious and comfortable dining experience. The saloon is a relaxed area to chill between and after dives and also to enjoy a movie on the large screen or sample a cocktail from the bar, you really do feel like you have escaped real life and living your diving dreams.

The dive deck follows the design of her larger sisters offering you ample space to set up your dive equipment. The cylinders are filled in situ and diving is done from the dive tender accessed via the dive platform. The build of the SY Mandarin Siren took place on the island of Sulawesi and was overseen by Frank van der Linde and his father to ensure the same high standards of the other Siren yachts were met and true to the Siren moto built by divers for divers.

Some of the features of the S/Y Mandarin Siren include: 7 sails; An expansive leisure deck area; A spacious air-conditioned saloon with cocktail bar, large flat-screen & computer server supporting the inter-cabin network; covered outdoor dining area; 4 large air-conditioned cabins each with their own personal computer, audio-visual entertainment system and ensuite bathrooms with hot water. All rooms are lavished with luxury extra's including bathrobes, hair dryers, towels, individually controlled mood lighting and individual controls for your air-conditioning unit; Laundry Service; Massage Service; Yacht Boutique to purchase merchandise, including towels, hats, log books, t-shirts, shorts just to name a few items; 1 high-powered Zodiac accompanies the S/Y Mandarin Siren; Kayaks. Enriched Air Nitrox is free for all certified Nirox divers. If you are not a certified Nitrox the instructors can certainly teach you the Enriched Air Specialtyใ

Agent Liveaboard Verdict: when we was adding the Mandarin Siren to our pages pretty much all of the staff wanted to go and dive on her, she has a magnetic attraction for divers who are looking for the perfect private diving experience. Its almost like you never left home with the number of comforts on board and the itineraries are out of this world. If you are going to dive Indonesia with a family or small group of diving buddies be sure to check out the beautiful Mandarin Siren.

Raja Ampat North - 6 Nights - Sorong to Sorong Up to 20 Dives including 3 night dives

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director's decision of which route the yacht takes. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest's requests are respected.

Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive Sorong
Meet a member of the Worldwide Dive and Sail crew at the Sorong Airport, transfer to the port and board the SY Mandarin Siren. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure. Depart for South Waigo
Day 2: Dampier Strait in South Waigeo
Wake up to the beauty that is the Dampier Strait in South Waigeo. The strait that flows between Waigeo and Batanta offers some of the most spectacular diving in Raja Ampat. Among the most popular sites is Cape Kri. This area was made famous by the Kri Eco resort built by Max Ammer. Max was also responsible for discovering many of the great dive sites in this area. Kri is a great start for the cruise with the most fish and coral species counted ever on a single dive. Divers who spend most of their bottom time at the current leading edge usually will be surrounded by large numbers of wahoo, tuna and trevally predating on masses of fusiliers. After a check out dive you do two more day dives and a night dive.
Day 3:

Mansuar Island
Do up to 4 dives between Mansuar Island and Airborei Island, you can spot many manta rays at a dive site called Manta Ridge and this is where we shall stay for a few dives. The dive site is a popular cleaning station that attracts groups of mantas. Up to thirty can be seen on one dive but five or six is more common with wing spans of 4 meters. There are normally strong currents at this site and although the manta rays make hanging around look effortless, you may require a reef hook. The manta rays of Raja Ampat are quite distinctive as some are all black as opposed to the norm of a white underside and black upper. The dive site drops to around 40 meters where bumphead parrot fish can be found in large numbers but the mantas in shallow water normally steal the show.

Depart Mansuar and move onto Yangello / Gam Channel, a submerged ridge which has white sand with lots of bommies and good coral growth on the shallower parts with some good mangrove areas also. Eagle rays, black tip reef sharks, barracudas and some incredible reef fish can be found here.

Day 4: Fam
Another picture postcard moment as you find yourself in the dozen or so limestone islands and islets which are home to many channels with shallow, aquamarine inlets, bays, lagoons, beaches, cliffs and coves. Offering five recognized dive sites, you'll have a great day surrounded by thousands of fish. Starting with Barracuda Point (aka Burt's Reef), which is open to some strong currents which attract large schools of barracuda and schooling reef fish. Wobbegong sharks can be found here. Melissa's Garden is a spectacular shallow flat reef site bordered by three rocks that break the surface. Home to tassled wobbegong sharks, banded sea kraits, giant clams and a large amount of schooling pelagics, this is a great dive.
Day 5: Wajag and Uraine
This is a remote and uninhabited area dotted with hundreds of limestone islands. There are many possibilities to dive the area, however the best diving is found in the northwest. Hard coral gardens, sloping walls decorated with sea fans, soft corals and thick schools of anthias. Grey reef sharks frequent a spectacular underwater cave just off the northeast tip of Uriane. White tip reef sharks, wobbgong sharks and bumphead parrot fish are also frequent sights. We venture on land to climb one of the islands to a superb view of the lagoon below and the boat. Bring your cameras.
Day 6: Waigeo
This area is made up of large tree covered islands separated by calm inland waterways that stretch back for miles into the interior. This is a perfect opportunity to take a kayak out for a paddle during your surface intervals. It is also likely you will explore with the tender some of the waterways as they are home to some rare birds and fearsome salt water crocodiles. The area is tidal with expansive mangrove areas broken up only by towering limestone cliffs. Great muck dives and great critter hunting areas are everywhere. Wobbegong sharks can be found here but the prize sighting has to be the epaulette shark. Muscular pectoral fins enable this shark to "walk" along the seafloor. When disturbed, instead of swimming out of danger, it sometimes quickly "runs" away. Other sightings you are likely to make are hairy squat lobsters, tozeuma and coleman shrimps, a variety of pygmy seahorses, frog fish, cockatoo wasp fish and ghost pipe fish. The number of dives you do is dependent on your onward flight arrangements. In the evening enjoy a BBQ on the boat and start planning your next adventure aboard the Siren Fleet.
Day 7: Disembark Sorong
After breakfast say your farewells, disembark the SY Mandarin Siren and transfer to Sorong Airport.

Raja Ampat South - 6 Nights - Sorong to Sorong Up to 20 Dives including 3 night dives

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director's decision of which route the yacht takes. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest's requests are respected.

Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive Sorong
Meet a member of the Worldwide Dive and Sail crew at the Sorong Airport, transfer to the port and board the SY Mandarin Siren. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure. Depart for Batanta Island
Day 2: Batanta Island and Wai Island
Batanta Island offers up something truly exceptional for your first full day. Known as the muck dive capital in Raja Ampat, there is really nothing that cannot be seen here. Mimic octopus, wonderpus, inimicus, picturesque mandarin fish, dragonets, frog fish and much more. On land, Batanta offers up some wonders including the red bird of paradise and if time allows we will venture to look for this beautiful bird that can only be found here. Just off the north shore of Wai island are two downed World War 2 American fighter planes that lie in 24 to 34 meters. The shallower wreck is upside down and is fairly intact with excellent coral covering it especially on the lower side of the tail section. The guns are also visible and sometimes tassled wobbegong sharks are sighted on the slope leading to the plane. During the darkest phases of the moon, Wai's trees glow with millions of fireflies blinking in unison, a sight never to be forgotten. Drift off to sleep to the sound of giant hornbills, cockatoos and the birds of paradise. Depart for Misool
Day 3:

South East Misool and Farondi
The small islands that run east and south from Misool are surrounded by reefs supporting some of the most majestic underwater scenery in Raja Ampat. You will dive some of the most popular sites. Farondi has some good macro diving and its many channels support fish schools and healthy reefs.

The Three Sisters can be one of the top dive sites in Raja Ampat and the marine life is nothing short of exceptional. The very large number of reef fish including snapper, sweetlips and batfish are a truly wonderful addition to the great coral on this site. The number of colourful soft corals is unbelievable. Farondi Arch, Razorback Rock, and Wagmab Wal can also be dived. Do up to 4 dives around Misool.

Day 4: South Misool
Spend part of the day further south of Misool around Fiabacet. Take in the fan covered walls of Fiabacet and the soft coral lined swim-through of Boo Kecil, the ocean teems with schools of batfish, damselfish and fusiliers. Boo Windows dive site is comprised of two rocks that stick up from the eastern edge of the island of Boo. One large and one small, these rocks are surrounded with good coral that drops to around 30 meters. A saddle is formed between the two rocks and with current affecting it diving can be quite exciting as it attracts trevally and schools of dog tooth tuna. Back near to the surface the tides and water have eroded some holes in the rocks, creating swim- throughs that make for great photography opportunities. Sightings of yellow tailed barracuda, snapper, grouper, Napoleon wrasse, turtles, bat fish and rabbit fish are often seen in the waters surrounding the islands. We sail overnight to reach our next destination.
Day 5:

The Fiabacet Group of Islands
Located in the area between the islands of Kalig and Boo are a number of rocky islets rising out of the water. With open sea down to the island of Ceram some 80 nautical miles away, the waters are home to some great diving and large animals can be seen here. Trevallies, jacks, mackerel and grey reef sharks are most certainly regular sightings. Tongka and Tugboat offer some seriously awesome diving with excellent hard and soft corals covering the majority of the sites. Bumphead parrot fish, Napoleon wrasse, barracuda and sharks visit the sites.

Fiabacet (also known as Whale Rock), itself has world class corals that will please even the most seasoned of divers. Steeply sloping reefs of two islands connected by a saddle with a large bommie in the middle. This is a spectacular place to hang out secured by your reef hook when the currents are strong. Sharks frequent the area and reports of oceanic white tips have been made.

Day 6:

Misool and Sel Pele Bay
There's a collection of islands and islets to the South of Misool. The main island of Pele is rumoured to have blue holes hidden within. The last day offers up some stunning dive sites. The opportunity to observe pygmys, ghost pipe fish, tassled wobbegong sharks, barracuda, tuna and dancing anchovies in the shallows is unforgettable. A small karst island within a group called Kepotsol offers a unique dive site called "Toblerone". This dive has a swim that bisects the island almost through the middle in the shape of the Swiss chocolate Toblerone. Running right through the island, the passage way is 5 meters wide and 8 meters in height and makes for some amazing photography opportunities.

In Wayilbatan the passage offers another spectacular dive, with fans of all kinds and sizes. At the dive entrance point, nice bommies with soft corals, sweet lips and turtles hang around. The number of dives you do is dependent on your onward flight arrangements. In the evening enjoy a BBQ on the boat and start planning your next adventure aboard the Siren Fleet.

Day 7: Disembark Sorong
After breakfast say your farewells, disembark the SY Mandarin Siren and transfer to Sorong Airport.

Flores and Alor - 10 Nights - Maumere to Maumere Up to 33 dives including night dives

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director's decision of which route the yacht takes. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest's requests are respected.


Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive Maumere
Meet a member of the Worldwide Dive and Sail crew and transfer to the Mandarin Siren. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and the opportunity to enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure.
Day 2: Maumere Bay – 4 dives
Dive 1 – Waiterang Wreck check dive. The wreckage lays just 70m from the shore in a maximum depth of 32m (100ft). We being our dive on the shallow reef slope and continue into deeper water to explore the wreck and watch as schools of jacks and batfish cruise over the site which is also an excellent spot for critter hunting.
Dive 2 – Maragajong has some of the best visibility if conditions are favourable. There is a cleaning station for sweetlips and batfish but also some amazing gorgonian fans and sponge formations. Our third dive is at the Channel formed between the mainland and Pangabatan Island and has sandy patches and coral gardens where divers may observe bumphead parrotfish, eagle rays, white tip reef sharks and mackerel.
Dive 4 – Dambilah Island. We make either a dusk or night dive to hunt for the numerous critters that are found in the area including pipefish, orangutan crabs and nudibranchs.
Day 3: Lembata – 4 dives
This area is dominated by the still active volcano Ille Ape, with several remote villages dotted along the coastal perimeters. The dive sites in the area offer great variety with dramatic sheer walls, stunning reef tops, deep ledges and caverns as well as the black sand critter hunting grounds. We make two morning dives along ledges and walls where it is common to see a variety of sharks including white tips, black tips and greys; groups of eagle rays make frequent appearances too. For our afternoon and night dives we head to the black sand for the many macro creatures we find here from shrimps and crabs to octopus and pipefish.
Day 4: The Pantar Strait – 4 dives
A hard to reach spot but one that offers great rewards for the adventurous scuba diver! Fierce currents sweep through the strait but the end product of all the water movement is world class diving. We spend the day diving the sites of Ternate; a small limestone island surrounded by fringing reefs that plunges into the depths. Diving here is dependant on the tide and strength of current.
Sites include "the Arch" famed for its overhangs and fissures where you drift along surrounded by schools of fusiliers and "Babylon". Kal's Dream, a submerged pinnacle, bursts with life and has been known to attract some large pelagics including black tips and hammerheads. Night dive at the Pertamina Pier.
Day 5: Pura, Pantar Strait – 4 dives
Pura. An inactive volcano, is the largest and most inhabited of the islands in the strait. There are a few villages here, each having their own place of worship, either mosques or churches. The southern side of the island is kit with cold water and can be subject to strong currents whilst the northern dive sites are warmer and calmer. The dives we make are dependant on these conditions and we may also have the opportunity to visit one of the villages.
Dive1 – Current Alley offers schools of barracuda, giant groupers and Napoleons whilst reef sharks and even orcas have been spotted in the vicinity.
Dive 2 – Never Land. The walls here are covered in a fantastic array of soft corals. Look closely to find a wide variety of nudibranchs but don't forget to watch in the blue aswell as Mola Mola are also frequently sighted throughout the Pantar strait.
Dive 3– Boardroom. An excellent muck diving spot to find Pegasus seamoths, dragonets, scorpion fish and ghost pipefish.
Dive 4 – Mandarin House is where we scour the Mandarin fish to watch the mating spectacle at sunset.
Day 6: Alor Kecil, Kalabahi Sound – 3 dives
The Kalabahi sound is a narrow body of water that leads up to the main town of Alor, Kalabahi and as such can be quite busy with local boat traffic. There are many sites in this channel that are excellent for muck diving, "Crab City", "Dive Logs", "Tree Top" and "Bay Watch" are to name but a few. Sites will be chosen for the best conditions and dependant on other diving groups.
Mimic & blue ringed octopus, ornate sea horses, devil fish, Rhinopias, frogfish and the Halmeida ghost pipefish are just a few of the wonderful array of creatures to be found here. After our last dive we leave the channel and head to the south of Pantar Island.
Day 7: Beangabang Bay, Pantar – 4 dives
Dive 1 - Hot Property, named for the hot spring that flows into the bay, offers divers a mix of coral reef and volcanic sand on which to look out for critters.
Dive 2 – Ribbon Eel Run, as the name suggests is a site for ribbon eels.
Dive 3 – Lava Flow's dark sand is perfect for macro lovers to hunt out some amazingly small creatures.
Dive 4 is a night dive in the sheltered Beang Bay.
Day 8: Buaya, Pantar Strait – 4 dives
Another limestone island, Buaya is sited at the top of the strait. We dive each side of the small island for their excellent walls covered with hard and soft coral and a variety of sponges. Colourful reef fish including triggers, angel and surgeon fish dance over the reefs along with the many varieties of coral grouper, wrasse and parrotfish.
Day 9: Lewoleba Bay, Lembata – 4 dives
We spend 4 dives here exploring these unchartered reefs for all the fantastic critters that you could wish to see.
Day 10: Serbete & Gedong, North Flores – 2 dives
We begin our final day of diving at Tangjung Bunga where the reef slopes have been known to attract sharks and mantas, along with other large fish including snappers, trevallies and Napoleons.
Dive 2 – Serbete, a shallow reef and sand bar complex. We spend time on the outer wall before ascending to the reef top for its fantastic corals. After lunch the Mandarin Siren sails back to Maumere for the sunset BBQ and cocktails.
Day 11: Day 11 – Disembarkation, Maumere
After a final breakfast transfer to Maumere airport for your onward flight and begin planning your next adventure with Worldwide Dive and Sail and the Siren Fleet.
SY Mandarin Siren Rates from 15th April 2011 until 16th May 2012
Flores and Alor - 10 nights 2600€
North Sulawesi - 11 nights 2500€
Raja Ampat - 12 nights 3150€
Raja Ampat - 10 nights 2650€
Raja Ampat 6 nights 1575€
Banda Sea Discovery - 14 nights 3500€

Rates from 17th May 2012 until end April 2013
Flores and Alor - 10 nights 2700€
North Sulawesi - 11 nights 2600€
Raja Ampat - 12 nights 3000€
Raja Ampat - 10 nights 2800€
Banda Sea Discovery - 14 nights 3800€

On the S/Y Mandarin Siren the trip price includes:
  • Essential dive equipment of 3mm shorty wetsuit, regulator, BCD, and fins. We have a large variety of sizes for all aboard the boat.
  • All refreshments such as coffee, tea, herbal tea, cocoa, fresh water, fruit juice, fresh fruit and all delicious cuisine.
  • Beverages of soft drinks and beer are free.
  • Free Nitrox refills for all Nitrox divers

Not Included are, transfers to and from the boat, hotels, flights, wine, spirits, massages, laundry, Marine Park Fees and dive courses.

Group Bookings: Full Boat (6 places) Pay for 5 places and receive 1 extra place free of charge.

Single supplements if not willing to share a cabin are charged at an additional 80% of trip price. For all additional costs, please refer to 'Extra Costs' table below.


Extra costs for 2011 - 2013 Seasons
Marine Park and Port Fee (pp) Indonesia Itineraries  
North Sulawesi - 11 nights 80€
Flores & Alor and Komodo National Park - 10 nights 65€
Raja Ampat to Ambon - 10 nights 100€
Komodo to Flores - 12 nights 100€
Raja Ampat - 6 nights 50€
Raja Ampat - 10 or 12 nights 80€
Banda Sea Discovery and Flores to Raja Ampat - 14 nights 100€
Computer rental 5 € per day
Torch rental 5 € per day
U/W digital camer where available pre booking required 35 € per day
Beer and soft drinks Included
Wine, Cocktails & Shelf Liquor Variable Prices
Rehydration Salts Included
Advanced Open Water Course 150 €
Speciality Course 150 €

Courses should be booked prior to boarding so we can be sure to have all relevant materials on board.
All Extras are payable on the boat. As well as accepting local currencies, we accept all major currencies including Euros, UK Pounds and US Dollars.

Dive Computers
Each diver must use a dive computer at all times when diving aboard the Siren Fleet. This is due to safety considerations and the nature of the diving at our destinations that will include multiple deep dives in one day. We can assist each diver with the rental or the purchase of a dive computer. The rental of dive computers on each yacht is only 5 € per day

April 2011
Departs Return Nights Route
04 Apr 14 Apr 10 Raja Ampat
15 Apr 20 Apr 10 Raja Ampat North
20 Apr 27 Apr 10 Raja Ampat North

May 2011
Departs Return Nights Route
01 May 11 May 11 Raja Ampat
12 May 22 May 11 Raja Ampat
24 May 06 Jun 11 Sorong to North Sulawesi

June 2011
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
12 Jun 23 Jun 11 North Sulawesi
24 Jun 05 Jul
11 North Sulawesi

July 2011
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
06 Jul 17 Jul 11 North Sulawesi
18 Jul 29 Jul 11 North Sulawesi
30 Jul 10 Aug 11 North Sulawesi

August 2011
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
22 Aug 01 Sep 10 Flores & Alor

September 2011
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
02 Sep 12 Sep 10 Flores & Alor
13 Sep 23 Sep 10 Flores & Alor
24 Sep 04 Oct 10 Flores & Alor

October 2011
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
05 Oct 15 Oct 10 Flores & Alor
17 Oct 31 Oct 10 Flores to Ambon

November 2011
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
02 Nov 16 Nov 12 Ambon to Sorong
21 Nov 01 Dec 10 Raja Ampat

December 2011
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
02 Dec 12 Dec 10 Raja Ampat North
14 Dec 20 Dec 10 Raja Ampat North
21 Dec 02 Jan 10 Raja Ampat

January 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
04 Jan 16 Jan 12 Raja Ampat
21 Jan 31 Jan 12 Raja Ampat

Febuary 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
01 Feb 11 Feb 10 Raja Ampat
12 Feb 24 Feb 12 Raja Ampat
25 Feb 08 Mar 11 Raja Ampat

March 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
17 Mar 23 Mar 11 Raja Ampat
24 Mar 05 Apr 11 Raja Ampat

April 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
06 Apr 18 Apr 12 Raja Ampat
20 Apr 02 May 12 Raja Ampat

May 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
04 May 16 May 12 Raja Ampat
19 May 29 May 12 Raja Ampat

June 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
07 Jun 18 Jun 11 North Sulawesi
19 Jun 30 Jun 11 North Sulawesi

July 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
01 Jul 12 Jul 11 North Sulawesi
13 Jul 24 Jul 11 North Sulawesi
25 Jul 05 Aug 11 North Sulawesi

August 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
17 Aug 27 Aug 10 Flores & Alor
28 Aug 07 Sep 10 Flores & Alor

September 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
08 Sep 18 Sep 10 Flores & Alor
19 Sep 29 Sep 10 Flores & Alor
30 Sep 10 Oct 10 Flores & Alor

October 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
12 Oct 26 Oct 14 Flores to Ambon
28 Oct 11 Nov 14 Ambon to Sorong

November 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
14 Nov 24 Nov 10 Raja Ampat
26 Nov 06 Dec 10 Raja Ampat

December 2012
Departs Return Nights/Days Route
08 Dec 20 Dec 12 Raja Ampat
21 Dec 02 Jan 2013 12 Raja Ampat
Technical Specifications
Built: 2009
Length (m): 21.3
Draft (m): 2.9
Speed ( Knots): 10 knots @ 2,000 RPM
Refit: 2010
Width (m): 5.5
Weight (tonnes): 55
Cruising: 7 knots @ 1,500 RPM
Engines: 1, Mitsubishi 6D-22, 220 ps
Generators (24hrs): 2, Yanmar 4TNE-98G14, 33KVA
Water Storage (tonnes): 5
Compressors: 2x 8cfm, Coltri Sub
Fuel type: diesel
Electricity (v): 220V
Adapters available: 111V
Water maker per day: 1400 liters
Fuel Capacity: 3.8 tonnes
Plug Description: Two pin round, adapters available

Diving
Scuba tanks 12l 12 Scuba tanks 15l 2 pc, also 8 liter 2pc Valve fitting DIN & Intl
Nitrox: 32% FOC Rebreather friendly? Yes  
Equipment: Brand Style Sizes available Charge
BCD: Aqualung Wave XS- XXL FOC
Regulator: Aqualung Calypso n/a FOC
Fins: assorted Full foot & Open heel XXS-XL (European 36- 46/47) FOC
Masks: Assorted   n/a FOC
Wetsuits: Assorted 3mm shortie XS-XXL FOC
Computer: Suunto Zoop n/a 5euro per day
Dive Torch: Aquatec 5W LED   n/a 5euro per day

Tenders
Number of Dinghies: 1
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Passenger Capacity: 10
Engine Size (HP): 40, 25 spare

Dive Training
Courses Offered: PADI Advanced Open Water, PADI Enriched Air Nitrox
Charge (non Commissionable) : 150 Euro
Incl. Book & Certification: 150 Euro

Dive Deck
No. Of Diver Spaces: 8 Individual Storage: yes
Fresh water Shower:

yes Toilets: 1
Camera Set up Area: yes Camera rinse Tank: 1
Rinse tanks: 1 Cleaning Materials: yes
Access to Platform: 2 stair steps Ladders to platform: 2

Communal Areas
Saloon / Lounge: yes A/C yes yes Deck Main
Personal Storage: yes Camera Set up yes Charging Station yes
Restaurant/Dining: yes A/C no Deck Main
Shaded Areas: yes Open air yes Deck
Main
Sun Deck: yes Loungers 4 Deck Upper
Additional numbered deck towel provided daily, more on request.

Entertainment and Communications
TV: Plasma LG 32" VCR: no
Movies: On digital network Books: yes
MusicFISh : On digital network Games: no
ID books: yes Magazines/Guide books: yes
Internet: no Satellite Phone: Iridium +6286812138562
Mobile Phone coverage: Very limited

Cabins (all a/c)
Double: 2 Shampoo: no
Computer: yes Personal Safe: yes
Hairdryer: yes Reading Light: yes
Twin: 2 Conditioner: no
Photo Editing: yes Luggage Storage: Below deck
Bathrobe: yes Music: On digital network
Triple: 0 Body wash: yes
Movies: On digital network Storage Personal item: yes
Towels: yes Emergency lighting: 24V
Cleaned Daily, Additional blanket/ duvet / pillows available on request

Safety & Health
Life rafts: 2, 10 pax each Life vest: 2 per cabin with many additional
Life Rings: 7 EPIRB: No
Emergency Packs: 1 Radios: 2
Emergency Assistance Plan: yes First Aid Kit: Fully stocked
O2 Kit: yes Continuous Flow/ Demand Valve: Continuous Flow
Fire Extinguishers: 15 Situated: Cabins, Galley, Salon, Engine Room, Crew quarters
Smoke Detectors: Yes Situated: Cabins, Galley, Salon, Crew quarters

Food and Beverage
Meals Included: Light and full breakfast lunch snack Dinner, dessert
Approximate Meal Times: 0600H, 0900H 1200H 1600H 2000H
All diets Catered for: Yes Prior notice Required Yes
Cuisine: Asian and International
Tea / herbal Teas: Black, Green, Ginger, Herbal selection Coffee Espresso, coffee, instant coffee
Soft Drinks: Coca Cola, Sprite, coca cola zero, diet coke, tonic water, soda water Water Hot and cold water dispenser
Alcohol:










Beer Bintang Additional Charge none
Wine Red & White 30 Euro
Spirits International brands 4 Euro
Cocktails Menu 5 Euro
Check In Day Meals: light lunch or snack, dinner
Check Out day Meals: breakfast

Boat Layout

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Please Note: Terms & Conditions apply to all bookings.

Please provide us with as much information about your trip as possible to ensure we meet your full requirements. Remember that your Agent Liveaboard representative will be happy to offer you advice on airport transfers, places to stay, dive courses, equipment rental, day trips and any other additions to make your trip complete.