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If it’s exquisite diving aboard a luxury liveaboard, look no further than the Seven Seas Liveaboard to bring you to the most exotic destinations in comfort. A variety of itineraries are on offer focusing mostly on the stunning islands and coral reefs of the East – including Raja Ampat, Komodo (Flores), the Banda Sea and the Forgotten Islands.

The Seven Seas Liveaboard is a 45m (148 ft.), traditionally built two-masted Indonesian sailing schooner built from the finest ironwood. Comfortably accommodating 16 guests in 8 staterooms with ensuite bathrooms, she has set new standards for luxury liveaboard safaris in Indonesia. Custom-designed, she is perfectly suited for cruising, island hopping, diving and relaxation.

We think…

A trip on the Seven Seas Liveaboard is a wonderful experience for any diver. Great comfort, high quality of food, fantastic crew and of course truly memorable diving are the highlights of any Seven Seas trip.


Departure port varies with itinerary. Please see the details below.

Labuan Bajo, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia

Maluku Islands, Kamin Lahin, Maluku, Indonesia

Komodo, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia

Kepulauan Rajaampat, Papua Barat, Indonesia

Accommodation & Features

The Seven Seas Liveaboard is fitted to the highest standards. She features four double and four twin staterooms for up to 16 guests. The double cabins come with a king-size bed; the twin cabins with two large single beds. All cabins have en suite bathrooms with hot and cold water showers and washbasins, toilet and hairdryer. All cabins are air-conditioned.

Upper deck:

Two double cabins (cabin 7 and 9) are situated on the upper deck, commanding panoramic views from the windows. The wheelhouse is also located on the upper deck, as is the large sun deck with lounge chairs and day beds, which is also used for outdoor dining.

Seven seas liveaboard komodo raja ampat indonesia double cabin

Main deck:

The main deck features the air-conditioned lounge and indoor dining area with beautiful and functional teak furniture, a working table for camera prep and editing, DVD, radio, books, and the galley with state-of-the-art facilities. All meals are served buffet-style, and a selection of fine wines is available. A spacious shaded dive deck with deck showers and dive gear storage is also located on the main deck.

Lower deck:

Two double cabins (cabin 5 and 6) and 4 twin cabins (cabins 1, 2, 3, 4) are located on the lower deck. The engine room is divided from the rest of the vessel by insulated isolation walls.

Seven seas liveaboard komodo raja ampat indonesia double cabin

Seven seas liveaboard komodo raja ampat indonesia twin cabin

The vessel and its operations are run by a wonderful Indonesian crew of 14 plus 2 Western Cruise Directors who have leading adventures aboard liveaboards in these waters for more than a decade on various vessels. With many years of experience organizing adventure cruises both in Indonesia and on the World’s Oceans they are well trained, professional, attentive and safety conscious.

A spacious dive deck, multiple compressors, comfortable speedboats, and first-rate dive guides promise you a World Class diving experience.

The Seven Seas features the latest diving and safety equipment, 3 dive tenders (2x twin 40hp 6.5m fibre boats for max. 6 divers and 1x inflatable single-engine boat for max. 4 divers) and satellite communication.

A maximum of 4 dives per day are offered onboard: 3-day dives and a night dive, except for the first and last day and when the boat is underway.

24 aluminium 12L tanks and 9 full sets of rental dive equipment, snorkeling gear, wetsuits and free Nitrox are available.

6 double sea kayaks are available for further adventures.

Dive regions

The Seven Seas Liveaboard visits different regions in Indonesia during the best times of the year for each area. This should provide the optimal dive experience. In most of Indonesia water temperatures are between 27°C (81°F) and 30°C (86°F) all year round. In the south of Komodo, it is cooler. A 5 mm (1/5 inch) semi-dry is recommended for this region.]

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