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Type of boat: Traditional Indonesian Phinisi Schooner builded in Tanah Beru, Sulawesi
Length: 20 meters
Beam: 6 meters
Speed: 6/8 knots
Guests: 8 maximum
Crew: 3 indonesian Crew, Captain, engineer, cook
1 european Cruise director
Extra Indonesian Dive Master
Cabin Facilities: The cabine is organised on open space with 4 double canopy beds.
Toilets and shower are shared
Amenities: Large cover deck with matresses and pilows for relax.
Large dining table.
Soap, Shampoo, Blanckets, towels and Sarongs are provided.

Diving :
Compressor Alkin, 9m3, + Bauer 6m3
20 aluminium tanks Din/Int
Weights and belts.

We provided 3 dives per day,usually 2 dives in the morning and 1 in the afternoon. Night dive possible.
Tenders: 1 aluminium dinghy with 40 hp with ladder
Meals & Drinks: 3 meals per day plus snacks, Asian and Western food.
Water, coffe, tea all day.
Soft drinks and beers available at light cost.

Bring your own alcool if you want some, it s very expensive in Indonesia.
Payment onboard: cash only, IDR, €uros
Electricity onboard: 220 volts with european plugs
Security: First aid kit
Medical oxygen
Live Raft
Live vests
Board Electronics: Gps Garmin
Depth sounder Garmin
Satellite Phone
Rates & Booking Conditions
Rates Remarks: All rates are in €uros
Rates: Komodo National Park
7 days/7 nights : 1280 €
10 days/10 nights : 1830 €
12 days/12 nights : 2200 €
Rates include: 3 dives per day,
All meals and snack.
Domestic airport transfer with local taxi
Visit the famous Komodo dragons.
Internet WiFi
Rates not included: Indonesian Visa, free for 1 month
Domestics flights Denpasar - Labuan bajo - Denpasar
Equipment rental,18 € per day, without computer and UW light.
Crew Gratuities
Other fees
& taxes:
National Park taxe fee, 175 000 IDR (around 11€)per day per person
Booking conditions: We ask 25% deposit to confirm your booking
Full payment 30 days before departure
free spaces
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