A new option has been added to the worldwide offerings from UK tour operator, Diverse Travel. Diving from the highly respected The Seven Seas liveaboard in Indonesia is now another choice for clients in the company’s portfolio.
Established and well known as a trusted liveaboard operator with an excellent crew and European Cruise Director, the Seven Seas offers top-notch customer service.
Indonesia underwater is considered one of the top dive locations on the planet where large marine life, teeming schooling fish and tiny critters promise a cornucopia of delights. On land, guests can drink in the incredibly varied scenery and those legendary Komodo dragons.
“The Seven Seas offers Komodo National Park, East of Flores and Forgotten Islands safaris via Bali and Raja Ampat safaris via North Sulawesi, so it’s ideal to combine a liveaboard trip with either Bali, Manado/Bunaken or Lembeh,” explains Diverse Travel Managing Director, Jim Yanny. “Having lived there for many years we have a huge knowledge of the area and can advise clients on the best possible holiday for their wishes.”
The Seven Seas is a 45 metre, traditional Indonesian sailing schooner built from the finest ironwood. She comfortably accommodates 16 guests in eight state rooms with ensuite bathrooms and sets new standards for luxury liveaboard safaris in Indonesia. Custom-designed, she is perfectly suited for cruising, island hopping, diving and relaxation.
Prices on The Seven Seas are from £3649 per person for a 9-night package based on twin share including return flights from London Heathrow to Bali via Singapore, all airline departure taxes, return domestic flights from Bali to Komodo (Labuan Bajo), 7 nights’ full board accommodation, up to three day-dives per day and a night dive and free Nitrox. Also 2 nights in a Bali hotel, all transfers, port clearance and conservation fees.
With over twenty years of dive centre and resort management, the Diverse Travel team has the experience to deliver memorable diving holidays that benefit from full financial ATOL protection under the TTA.