WAOW | Indonesian Liveaboard

WAOW
(Far East - Indonesia )

from: £4265 inc. flights*
    
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WAOW takes space, excellence and luxury to a whole new level in Indonesia. This is a vast liveaboard offering itineraries in some of Indonesia's most exciting dive spots. Launched in April 2012, WAOW builds on years' of diving experience and everything you could ever want has been put on board for your complete comfort. If you want the very best, then make WAOW your next Indonesian diving liveaboard.

No detail has been forgotten in the design of WAOW. There are only 9 cabins on this vast vessel. The 6 deluxe cabins are twin or double bedded and probably larger than the largest cabins on most other boats. The 2 Superior cabins include a lounge area in each cabin. And the vast master cabin also has a private sundeck. All of the cabins have private bathrooms with shower, separate WC and air conditioning, desk, entertainment system, LED lighting and each cabin has a day bed which can sleep a 3rd person if needed. Each cabin is dedicated to an artist (Gauguin, Miro, Klimt, Kandinsky etc) and decorated to suit.

WAOW has undeniable wow factor and it is not just in the cabins. The saloon area has plenty of space for lounging around. Head up to the sundeck to find a sunny or shady corner. Enjoy the view as you sail between the myriad of tiny islands and reef tops that pepper the seas. The onboard massage therapist will help you while away an hour (paid locally). Or grab a windsurf or fishing rod for your down time between dives. There is a dedicated camera room for charging and storing the all important photographic kit. And the dive deck is expansive, with more than enough space for everyone.

Accommodation

  • Cabins: 9
  • Guests: 18
  • Ensuite Cabins: Yes
  • Individual A/C: Yes
  • Mini bar: Yes

Diving

  • Guides: 2
  • Tenders: 3
  • Compressors: 3
  • Nitrox: Yes
  • Rebreather Friendly: No
  • Charging Stations: Yes

Technical

  • Length: 58m
  • Breadth: 11m
  • Engines: 2 x 500hp
  • Generators: 3
  • Construction Material: iron wood
  • Desalaination: 17 000lt

Camera Facilities

  • large rinse tanks on back dive deck with chargng stations. Wifi available in cabins (data downloads apply)

Photos

24 April 2012

Super highly motivated team with great determination and good attitude, working in perfect discretion. Bravo for all you've done already, continue in this right direction and good luck to the WAOW. A.G

24 April 2012

The maiden cruise surprised with the accomplishment reached by WAOW and the great service already on board. Congratulations. Very high level, far above all our past experiences. It was really a great experience to participate in the first cruise with this exceptional and experienced crew. Our best wishes for the future and I will be delighted to return on this magnificent WAOW. D.B

24 April 2012

Thank you! Congratulations to all the crew who were always attentive, very safety conscious and always smiling. Perfect service, good briefings, great guides. All the best for the future! We will hear of WAOW worldwide G.B

24 April 2012

.. Thanks for this exceptional moment spent with you on board our WAOW. This beautiful boat that brought us safely to these magical places in Indonesia remains in my mind "full sail". Thank you to two lucky owners who, through the realization of their common dream, allowed me to participate in this fabulous expedition. All the best in the continuation of this great adventure. SC

24 April 2012

First of all a beautiful boat, impressive, majestic. Dive guides so gracious, smiling and competent. Jerome, with whom I had the chance to dive, is a great professional, multilingual, knows his job on the tip of his fins. Kay supervises and trains all the staff, all the little details are considered, outstanding service and very professional. In short, both form the "Winning Team". Hats off! Beautiful and appropriately priced. Conclusion: The WAOW is without any doubt the most beautiful dive boat on which I had the chance to sail. It has everything to become a world standard live-aboard. Huge congratulations to all for giving life to this beautiful baby and long life to WAOW! SG

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