This traditionally built Buginese schooner is setting standards for luxury liveaboards. Designed by divers for divers, she meets any diver expectations. To extend your bottom time for those experienced, nitrox is available for free.
It can accommodate up to 16 divers, offering them comfort.
There are 8 Staterooms with air-conditioning and warm-water en-suite bathrooms. Four have royal size double beds; two are equipped with a small double and a large single bed in bunk-style and two have large single beds in bunk-style.
With plenty years of culinary expertise, the chef prepares truly mouth-watering cuisine. The daily main menu gives you a wide choice and suits the majority of taste buds, including vegetarians. The chef uses as much fresh local produce as he can, including fresh seafood. Water, coffee and tea are included and you can enjoy as much as you like. Other drinks are subject to surcharge.
The Seven Seas features the latest diving and safety equipment, meaning you can sail with them in comfort and confidence. 6 Double sea kayaks are available for further adventures.
If you imagine your diving cruise as an amazing underwater experience seasoned with onboard pampering, than this live a board is the right choice for you. Enjoy the rest, relaxation and rejuvenation with Seven Seas floating spa staff, trained in Balinese massages, pedicures and manicures.
8 State rooms with air-conditioning & warm-water en-suite bathrooms as follows:
Upper deck with 2 shaded sun decks
Rates, Itineraries & Schedule
Here you can discover different cruises available aboard the MSV Seven Seas. If you want additional information regarding the area reached by the Seven Seas, please kindly check the “Locations & Diving” tab.
Following rates include next fees: Port clearance, Harbour tax, National park fee, Local fee, Fuel surcharge!
Locations & Diving
Learn more about the wonderful areas you could discover while diving aboard the MSV Seven Seas!
East of Flores
These are the chain of islands between Flores and Alor a part of the Nusa tengara Timor Province. They are called Adonara, Solor, Lembata ( already famous because of the last traditional whale hunter village on it south ) and Pantar…remote, unspoiled, offering incredible diving and incredible scenery…
This is not the most famous route that Indonesian fleet is offering , but it is definitely one of the most exciting…a mix of big fish diving and macro site, we definitely would recommend this route to all experience divers that want to see something new and spectacular. Dive site are not yet well known and only one Liveaboard know the way around these reefs: The Seven Seas
Where are the Forgotten Islands?
Where is Komodo?
Where is Raja Ampat?
If you desire to explore beyond underwater realm of Indonesia, we can tailor your trip to include land extensions that will unveil the wildlife, culture or history of this magical land.
Contact us to find out what part of Indonesia’s rich environment can be discovered at your chosen destination. We will handle all of the travelling arrangements within your dates.