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Dewi Nusantara Liveaboard Rooms

  • Master Suite

  • Deluxe Stateroom

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Dewi Nusantara Liveaboard Amenities

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

About Dewi Nusantara Liveaboard

When you wish to experience the wonders of the underwater world and you are seriously in search of the purest habitat that can be found on the planet, most likely you will end up in the Eastern part of the Indonesian archipelago.

This is as far as you can possibly go away from the pollution of the modern industrialized world and from the buzz of urbanized civilization. It takes some time to get there but once you find yourself sailing on our magnificent three masted schooner, the Dewi Nusantara, somewhere in that vast area between the tropical rainforests of Irian Jaya and Eastern Nusa Tenggara you will know that you have upgraded from being a tourist to explorer status!

With eight spacious staterooms and one huge master suite in the panoramic stern quarters, Dewi Nusantara can take up to eighteen passengers and is available for charter in any combination of diving and leisure expeditions, anywhere in the archipelago.

The Dewi Nusantara has been at the very forefront of the dive liveaboard industry in South East Asia and after 14 years of operations our experience in the dazzling waters of the Indonesian archipelago is unparalleled.

Dewi Nusantara was purposely designed to cater to those who seek quality, safety, caring service and the most elegant schooner available. Our dive team of 4 of the most experienced dive instructors and masters waits for you!

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