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Damai I Liveaboard Rooms

  • Master Cabin

    • Double or Twin Cabin

      • Single Cabin

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        Damai I Liveaboard Amenities

        • Bar/Lounge
        • Dive Center
        • Photography Center
        • Sun Deck

        About Damai I Liveaboard

        The Damai I has been designed to offer personal service that only a vessel of this size that is dedicated to small groups can provide. With an overall length of 40 meters (130 feet) and a beam of over 8 meters (26 feet) the vessel has 7 staterooms with a choice of single cabins, twins, doubles or two spacious master cabins. With sizes ranging from 18sq. meters for the single cabin to +40sq. meters for the master cabin, all are furnished with either queen or king sized beds, ensuite toiletts and showers.

        The vessel has three large deck areas for relaxing in both the sun or shade and for enjoying relaxing massage and spa treatments. Specifically designed for divers, the Damai I offers large dive stations with individual rinse tanks and a camera room with separate camera work stations with integrated 110v and 220v charging station for each photographer. The vessel is the first in Indonesia to offer a divemaster/guide to customer ratio of 4 to 1 ensuring the best service underwater as well as onboard.

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