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Arenui Liveaboard Rooms

  • Master Suite

  • Deluxe Cabin

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Arenui Liveaboard Amenities

  • Bar/Lounge
  • Dining Area
  • Dive Center
  • Spa
  • Sun Deck

About Arenui Liveaboard

The Arenui is a traditional and magnificent Phinisi – a classic Indonesian wooden sailing vessel – set to explore the majestic underwater world of the Indonesian archipelago.

If you’ve dreamed of setting sail aboard an old-fashioned pirate ship (but with all mod-cons) then this liveaboard is for you. If you want to experience the culture and style of the country, as you sail through its beautiful islands, then this if for you. Unlike modern-style vessels, the Arenui offers the chance to step aboard a truly Indonesian experience, to enhance your time sailing around the various Indonesian destinations.

The main objective while creating the Arenui was to provide something unique and special for its guests by promoting all the very best elements of Indonesia’s rich heritage and traditions. This is reflected in both the design and decor of the boat, from the local craftsmanship to the use of antique pieces and original wooden panels. In addition, the Arenui reflects the connection to our environment, since this industry will only survive if we care for the world and ocean around us. With this in mind, the Arenui designers used as much recycled and reclaimed material as possible and applied a long-term vision to the layout and features to ensure that the boat remains in good working condition for many years to come.

Popular Liveaboard Destinations

Banda Sea

Dive sites in the Forgotten Islands are in the Banda Sea and are particularly noticeable for the crystal clear blue sea, deep walls and huge sponges. The stunning walls of the Banda Sea are beautiful and healthy due to the isolation of these areas.

Palau

Dive the Blue Holes of Palau and exciting wreck dives with one of the Pacific's largest collection of intact WWII shipwrecks and plane wrecks.

Komodo

Komodo island, part of the Lesser Sunda chain of Indonesian islands, is the rugged habitat of the 3m-long Komodo dragon monitor lizard whose surrounding waters of seagrass beds, mangrove shrublands and coral reefs are famous for diving.

Galapagos

Located at the crossroads of the Equatorial Counter current and the colder Humbolt Current, the waters surrounding Galapagos island are rich with nutrients that attract whales, sharks, dolphins, sea lions and numerous other big animals.