Dewi | Indonesia Liveaboard | Raja Ampat

Dewi
(Far East - Indonesia )

from: £4475 inc. flights*
    
  • Different cabin options
  • Remote Indonesian diving
  • Seasonal itineraries
  • Experienced crew
  • Photography and rebreather friendly!
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Dewi brings true 5 star liveaboard holidays to Indonesia's most pristine and remote dive sites. Discover Komodo, Raja Ampat and Cenderawaish Bay for the creme de la creme of Indonesian dive destinations, visiting regions few other divers will ever see. Despite it's old world design, echoing the schooners and sail boats, Dewi is a thoroughly modern dive boat with all mod cons and creature comforts. Why not sail into the sunset on Dewi if you long for a Indonesian diving holiday with a true sense of adventure wrapped up in absolute luxury.

Dewi is quite simply massive, ensuring total self reliance at sea. At 57m from point to stern and a generous 112m wide, there is more than enough space for each one of the 18 divers she serves. Pick from the standard state rooms with twin beds or splurge on the Master & Commander suite (at the stern of the boat with full ocean view to the back of the boat). Equipped with a seating area, tables and king size bed, you too can experience the glamour and luxury that was once saved only for the captain.

Everyone is a VIP on board Dewi! With no less than 3 dive guides and on average 15 crew, you will never lack for anything... above the water or below it! Many guests coming on bard are photographers and there is a spacious dedicated camera area and kit room to keep your gear safe between dives. All diving is from one of the boat's 2 tender vessels. Nitrox is available on board (paid locally) and rebreather divers can be accommodated but please do check all the details before travel so we can ensure the correct kit is on board for you on arrival.

Accommodation

  • Cabins: 9
  • Guests: 18
  • Ensuite Cabins: Yes
  • Individual A/C: Yes
  • Mini bar: No

Diving

  • Guides: 3
  • Tenders: 2
  • Compressors: 2
  • Nitrox: Yes
  • Rebreather Friendly: Yes
  • Charging Stations: Yes

Technical

  • Length: 57m
  • Breadth: 12m
  • Engines: 2 x 300 HP
  • Generators: 2 x 100 KW
  • Construction Material: Wood
  • Desalaination: 2500l / day

Camera Facilities

  • Large camera room,rinse tank and air guns. 2 pin European style plugs (220/110V) for charging. On board computer facilities available for data transfer and DC/DVD back up. Canon S95 packages available for rent. Please ask for details

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21 May 2013

We had an amazing trip, the boat was huge, spacious and well-appointed with good food and an excellent crew. The post-dive massages were a particular highlight. The diving in Raja Ampat was stunning and, in our opinion, easily trumped previous trips to the Maldives, Caribbean, Red Sea and the Great Barrier Reef. The corals were so healthy and vibrant, and the marine life was second-to-none. We both said to each other that there seems little point in diving anywhere else again because Indo is the place to be! We will definitely be going back to Indo in the future and we will definitely be going back on the Dewi. It is clear to see why they have so many repeat customers. Chris & Samantha

31 January 2013

After years of diving and being on many liveaboards, Dewi Nusantara is truly the best holiday experience. The boat is beautiful and huge, so you always have lots of space for everything; kitting up, sorting out cameras, hanging in a hammock on the bow, sunbathing, reading or chatting to the crew and guests. It's perfect for quiet time between dives, or sharing your experiences and photos. The rhythm on the boat is whatever you want it to be, with lots of diving, fabulous meals, and R&R, but the crew go that extra mile Cathy Walker

10 September 2012

From the first dive, the nutibranches, the turtles, coral, colorful fish and diverse rays kept showing up "on call". The beauty and breadth of scenery was everywhere, above and below the water. The travel was a pleasure as the ship is magnificent and the large rooms make the living delightful Peter Swan

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