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50 Pinisi Ship Details and Prices Price per Day : first Divers, second Non Divers.=&0=&

Al Miraj

Pinisi MSY Al Miraj

Bali Komodo

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Die Al Miraj geh?seit 2004 zur Flotte. Die Al Miraj bietet Platz f? zu 18 Passagiere, die in einem ger?igen Schlafsaal mit Einzel- und Doppelkojen Platz finden. An Bord gibt es zwei Waschr?e mit Dusche und Toilette. Als einziges Schiff der Flotte ist die Al Miraj nicht als Segelschiff ausgelegt und nutzt ausschlie?ich den Bordmotor zur Reise zwischen den Inseln.
Die Segler sind mit leistungsstarken Motoren und modernen Navigationsinstrumenten, wie GPS und Radar, ausgestattet. Au?rdem geh? Radio, Generator, Echolot und ein Fieberglasbeiboot mit Au?nbordmotor zur Ausr?.
– L?e: 30 Meter
– Passagiere: max. 18 Personen
– Motor: 280 PS von Nissan, 8 Zylinder
– Treibstofftank: 2.000 Liter Diesel
– Wassertank: 5.000 Liter
– 2 Beiboote


MV Ari Jaya

Motor Vessels Ari Jaya

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“ARI JAYA” is a wooden boat, built from the most precious species of tropical wood from Flores Island. The lower part of the hull is made from pampa wood, the most resistent for the negative effects of salt water, the upper part from teak wood and nara wood. It has the traditional construction of fishermen’s boats from that region and it has been fully adapted for the requirements of a professional diving safari boat.

– length: 20m.
– width: 4m.

Main deck:
– navigation cabin, function of
a dining-room
– bathroom (WC, wash-hand basin,
– kitchen
– resting area in the shade
– diving space
– large and comfortable sun terrace

Starting and ending point: Labuan Bajo village, Flores island.

From here we sail to the area of Komodo National Park, where the dive sites are located.

The first dive sites are about 1,5 hour of sailing from Labuan Bajo. They are located in such way that every day we dive in a small area. It allows us to avoid long sailing during a day and makes it possible to spend time before and after a dive on the beach.

For the nights we anchor in quiet bays..

We adapt the itinerary of every trip to weather conditions, expectations of the Clients and experience of divers.

Depending on interests we stop in islands of Rinca or Komodo and organize trekking in order to see the famous dragons and other attractions. Trekking lasts about 2,5 hours and is led by the rangers from the national park.


We recommend a safari lasting one week, which could be organized at any time of the year. The time and number of days can be adapted to the requests of clients with a minimum of two persons.

For divers: 180 USD per day/person
For non-divers: 140 USD per day/person

Included in the price:
– board and lodging (three meals),
– mineral water,
– tea and coffee,
– three dives per day,
– transfer from the airport in Labuan Bajo to the boat.

Not included in the price:
– other drinks,
– entrance ticket to KOMODO National Park,
– equipment rental,
– tips for crew.


MSY Berdari


MSY Berdari


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Charter Rates:
$2800 USD per day
(3 Day Minimum)
Includes 3 meals per day
Dive tank & weight extra
Compressor on board.
12 Passengers
Vessel Position: Labuhan Bajo, Flores
Length 37 Meters
Main Engine Caterpillar 394 HP (8 cylinder V)
GPS Koden KGP-98, 1 (one) Icom Radar, VHF, HF & SSB Radio, Depth Sounder / Fish finder Furuno FCV-668, Compass
6 (six) (Private Air-condition unit, shower, hot &cold water, private facilities
Dive Equipment Full – with 2 Bauer Compressors
Showers/Toilets Private
18ft Aluminium
2 Fiber glass boats 1 (one) 40HP Yamaha outboard motor & 1 (one) 15 HP fiberglass chase boat
Life Jackets Full Safety Equipment


MSY Ambasi


MSY Ambasi


General Data
Type : Buginese schooner (phinisi)
Bulding Year : 1998
Wood Sorts : Ironwood and teakwood
Shipyard : Sungai Danau in South Kalimantan
Length : 21 m
Width : 6 m
Draft : 2.5 m
Engine : Yanmar 4 CH 83 PK
Speed : 6 knotts
Total Sailsurface : 70 M2
2 Generators : Mitsubishi 220 Volts 24 hours
Fresh water : 10 tons

2 Bauer compressors, 18 tanks, 150 kg weight, 2 dinghy’s + outboard engines, snorkeling- and fishing gear.

Navigation equipments
Radar, Compass, GPS, depth-sounder, SSB radio, VHF radio, Satelite telephone.

Lower deck
3 DBL + 1 TWN airconditioned cabins with each a toilet and shower (hot/cold).

Upper deck
A Lounge with dining corner, a covered- and a sun-deck.

Safety equipment
2 safeguard rafts
25 life jackets
2 life-rafts (6 pers. and 8 pers.)
4 lifebuoys
4 fire extinguishers
fire-hose on deck
distress signals
first aid equipment


MV Voyager

Komodo, Maumere, Alor, Raja Empat, Wakatobi

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the vessel
* Type: steel motor yacht
* Length: 46 meters/150 feet
* Beam: 10 meters/33 feet
* Draft: 3.5 meters/11.5 feet
* Cruising Speed: 8 – 10 knots
* Range: 6000 nautical miles
* Main Engines: 2 x 250 hp Volvo diesel
* Generators: 7.5kw, 30kw, 75kw, 120kw
* Water Desalinator: 12 tons per day
dive support equipment
* Air Compressors: 3 x Lenhardt & Wagner E 450
+ 1 x Atlas Copco Nitrox blending
* 2 x fiberglass dive tenders -10 pax – 2 x 40 Hp
* 1 x Viking dive tender – 6 pax – 1 x 60 hp
* 6-cylinder air-bank system
safety equipment
* 5 units inflatable life-rafts
* 2 rigid rescue floats
* 100 life-belts
* 406 mhz global EPIRB beacon
navigation & communications
* 1 x Faruno Chart Plotter with GPS
* 1 x Magellan GPS
* 1 x Faruno 48nm radar + 1 x Faruno 28nm radar
* 2 x Furuno FCV 668 colour echo sounders
* 3 x VHF + 1 x SSB radios
* 1 x Nera satellite phone
Originally built to work in the North Seas of Europe


MV Tarata

Bima, Sumbawa, Komodo National Park

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Design: Modernized Traditional Wooden Boat
LOA: 24.00 m, Beam 5.00 m
Power: Yanmar 4 KD, 110 HP
Fuel: 4000 litres
Water: 8000 litres
Flag: Indonesian
Launched: 1995
Renovated: April 2000
HF SSB Radio, Portable GPS
First Aid Kit
220V Generator
Dinghy with 25HP/40HP engine
1 Cylinder Oxigen
Life raft, Life Jackets, Life Buoy
Snorkeling Gear
4 AC Cabins with upper level and lower level single bunks,
2 AC cabins with double bunks
All cabins are completed with private bathrooms
(shower, toilet, wash basin)
2 Heads and showers, 1 Galley
Spacious deck
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MV Philkade

Komodo, Nusatenggara

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Launched 2002
Length 97′
Beam 7 m.
Draft 1.7 m.
Country of registration: Thailand
Type Displacement Motor Yacht
Hull Material: Steel
Main Engine : 2x Iveco 8281 SRM44 (440 hp)
Generators 75kw@50Hz / 50 kw@50Hz
Air Compressor Coltri-Sub MCH 16
Nitrox Compressor Coltri LP 280 Rotary Silent (Membrane System)
Cruising Speed 10 knots
Electricity 12 V / 24 V / 110 V / 240 V / 380 V
Fuel type & capacity 18,000 liters diesel
Fresh Water capacity 22,000 liters
Registered Passengers + Crew: 30 + 12
Deluxe Cabin 1×2 pax MV Philkade
Superior Cabin 3×2 pax
Standard Cabin 1×2 pax and 1×3 pax
Crew Cabin 3×2 pax
Shower en-suite
Toilet en-suite
Air conditioned (individual control)
Bedlinen / Bath Towels provided
Safes in cabin
Cupboards in cabin
Hair Dryers provided

MV Pelagian

Wakatobi & Komodo

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There are different sections of the greater Wakatobi area included in our itineraries as well as cruises from Wakatobi to Bima (including Komodo), Bima to Kupang (incl. Komodo) and Bima-based Komodo cruises).
Indonesian Liveaboards The new greater Wakatobi cruises include:
* All Eastern and Southern islands: from Pulau Runduma to Pulau Moromaho
* The big reef (on the chart marked as Karang Kaledupa, but more than 50% belongs to Tomia)
* Buton diving muck diving in Pasarwajo Bay at Dongkala and possibly walls further South and North.
Sample 11 night trip
Diving on the Pelagian includes the best of the resort dive sites plus exciting channel current diving, deep overhang and wall diving offered in the great Wakatobi region. It’s a bit more adventurous setup that’s ideal for experienced divers who would like to visit dive sites further away from the resort while being pampered on the Pelagian.
Day 1 Arrival day, check dive at Table Coral City.
Day 2 Four dives leaving Tomia towards South (i.e. Waitii Teluk, Pinki’s Wall, Lintea Channel, Dusk Dive inside Channel). Anchorage inside Karang Lintea.
Day 3 Pastell, Lorenzo’s delight, Channel dive (Niko’s Channel) on Western Big Reef. Anchorage inside Karang Kaledupa. Night dive inside Channel.
Day 4 Kitt’s Channel, Western Reef two dives. Anchorage at Pintu Timur and night dive at Pintu Timur.
Day 5 Binongko Fish Wall, Cavern Wall. Cruise to anchorage inside Karang Koka. Night dive at Karang Koka.
Day 6 Diving around Karang Koka.
Day 7 Cruise to Moromaho two dives there (no anchorage possible there) and return to anchorage in Karang Koka. Night dive at Karang Koka.
Day 8 Pulau Cowo Cowo, Koromaha. Anchorage at Koromaha.
Day 9 Pulau Ndaa two dives, Treasure Chest afternoon dive (or dive small wreck east of Tomia, weather permitting). Night dive Kollosoha Beach.
Day 10 Last diving day. Mari Mabuk reef one or two dives: Roma, Rose, Coral Garden.
Day 11 Departure Day. Snorkelling at the resort in the morning.

7-days/ 7-nights: Wakatobi & The Banda Sea

10:00: Guests meet at Denpasar domestic terminal
11:00: Depart for Wakatobi Resort, Sulawesi
13:00: Arrive and board vessel
14:00: Dive Table Coral City or Dunia Baru
17:00: Second dive in vicinity
Day 2

Blade, Pastel, Roma, night dive Roma
Day 3

Ndaa, Karang, Koromaha
Day 4

Koromaha, Cowo, Karang Koka, night dive “1001 Nights”
Day 5

Karang Koka, Binongko
Day 6

Binongko, Mermaid’s, or dive close to resort, maybe Waitii Ridge
Day 7
Two morning dives, house reef, Zoo. Afternoon village visit, evening resort visit and beach dinner with resort guests. Sleep on board Pelagian.
Arrival Day
08:00: Morning flight back to Bali.
Note: This does not represent an exact itinerary, it is approximate only. Every cruise is different. Itineraries depend on current conditions, time of year, weather, currents, captain, cruise director, and guest preferences. We do our best to put you at the best sites possible every dive. Trust the crew, they know what they are doing.

On the 10 and 11 day cruise itineraries in this region we also offer two days of amazing muck diving on the coast of Buton and Muna islands. Bring your macros lenses and go wild!

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