The MSV Seven Seas

The Seven Seas

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.

Included

  • On board accommodation
  • All inclusive board service (exc. alcoholic bev and some soft drinks)
  • Max 4 dives per day
  • Land excursions according to schedule
  • Port clearance and Harbour tax
  • National park and local fees
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Nitrox

Not Included

  • Transport to and from the airport
  • Dive insurance – compulsary

We love it for

  • Traditionally built Buginese schooner
  • Fully equiped dive and dive rental shop
  • Free nitrox dive

The MSV Seven Seas in details

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.

Facilities - Cabins - Decks

8 State rooms with air-conditioning & warm-water en-suite bathrooms as follows:

  • 4 rooms with royal size double beds
  • 2 rooms with small double and large single beds in bunk-style
  • 2 rooms with large single beds in bunk-style

Three Decks

Upper deck with 2 shaded sun decks

  • Large sun deck with lounge chairs and day beds. Also used for outdoor dining
  • Sun deck at the rear with comfortable day beds
  • 2 Double state rooms (1 can be connected to adjoining bunk bed cabin)
  • Wheel house where the captain welcomes you to have a turn at the helm

Middle deck

  • Air conditioned lounge and dining area
  • Working table for camera preparations and editing
  • DVD, radio, books, toys
  • Galley with state-of-the-art facilities
  • Shaded dive deck with deck showers and dive gear storage
  • Crew’s quarters and day heads

Lower deck

  • 6 State rooms – 2 double & 4 twin
  • Emergency escape hatch
  • Dry storage
  • Engine room divided by insulated isolation wall
Specifications
  • Size: Length over all 45m, Beam 8m
  • Tonnage: 250
  • Engine: Mitsubishi 8M22 450HP V8
  • Cruising Speed: 8 knots
  • Water Capacity: 9 tons per day, 2 freshwater-makers
  • Fuel Capacity: 18 tons
  • Passengers: 16
  • Crew: 18
  • Full Air Conditioning: All rooms and indoor guest areas
  • Entertainment System: DVD, TV, Stereo sound
  • Tenders: 3: 2 x twin-40hp 6.5m fibre boats (center console, taking 6 diving guests each), 1 x inflatable single engine taking 4 diving guests
  • Communication: Iridium Satellite phone, SSB, VHF, SPOT tracker/messenger
  • Navigation: Radar Furono, Sat Nav. Furono, Sounder RayMarine, Back-up GPS plotter: Navman Tracker
  • Safety Equipment: 2 life rafts (20 persons each), 40 adult and 10 infant life jackets, AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
  • Dive Equipment: Twin 9 CFM compressors (Schiffauer), 24 aluminium 12lt tanks, 9 sets rental dive equipment, snorkeling gear, wet suits, Nitrox
  • Deck Showers
  • Full Service Bar
  • Library

The MSV Seven Seas in pictures

Select your schedule and cruise destination

Rates, Itineraries & Schedule

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!

september 2017

10sep - 22sep 101:00 pmsep 22East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Maumere to Maumere

24sep - 6octsep 241:00 pmoct 6East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Maumere to Maumere

october 2017

8oct - 20oct 81:00 pmoct 20Komodo - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

november 2017

22nov - 7decnov 221:00 pmdec 7Forgotten Islands - MSV Seven Seas15 Nights - $7425 - Saumlaki to Sorong

december 2017

24dec - 5jandec 241:00 pmjan 5Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

january 2018

7jan - 19jan 71:00 pmjan 19Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

21jan - 2febjan 211:00 pmfeb 2Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

february 2018

4feb - 16feb 41:00 pmfeb 16Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

18feb - 2marfeb 181:00 pmmar 2Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

march 2018

4mar - 16mar 41:00 pmmar 16Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

18mar - 30mar 181:00 pmmar 30Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

april 2018

1apr - 151:00 pmapr 15- 1:00 pmRaja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas14 Nights - $6930 - Sorong to Ambon

22apr - 4mayapr 221:00 pmmay 4East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Maumere to Maumere

may 2018

6may - 19may 61:00 pmmay 19East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas13 Nights - $6435 - Maumere to Labuan Bajo

21may - 1junmay 211:00 pmjun 1- 1:00 pmKomodo - MSV Seven Seas11 Nights - $5445 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

june 2018

3jun - 14jun 31:00 pmjun 14Komodo - MSV Seven Seas11 Nights - $5445 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

17jun - 25jun 171:00 pmjun 25Komodo - MSV Seven Seas8 Nights - $3960 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

27jun - 5juljun 271:00 pmjul 5Komodo - MSV Seven Seas8 Nights - $3960 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

july 2018

7jul - 21jul 71:00 pmjul 21Komodo - MSV Seven Seas14 Nights - $6930 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

august 2018

30aug - 9sepaug 301:00 pmsep 9Komodo - MSV Seven Seas10 Nights - $4950 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

september 2018

11sep - 21sep 111:00 pmsep 21Komodo - MSV Seven Seas10 Nights - $4950 - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

23sep - 5octsep 231:00 pmoct 5East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Maumere to Maumere

october 2018

7oct - 19oct 71:00 pmoct 19East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Maumere to Maumere

21oct - 2novoct 211:00 pmnov 2East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Maumere to Saumlaki

november 2018

4nov - 19nov 41:00 pmnov 19Forgotten Islands - MSV Seven Seas15 Nights - $7425 - Saumlaki to Saumlaki

21nov - 6decnov 211:00 pmdec 6Forgotten Islands - MSV Seven Seas15 Nights - $7425 - Saumlaki to Sorong

december 2018

9dec - 21dec 91:00 pmdec 21Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

23dec - 4jandec 231:00 pmjan 4Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $5940 - Sorong to Sorong

january 2019

6jan - 18jan 61:00 pmjan 18Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

20jan - 1febjan 201:00 pmfeb 1- 1:00 pmRaja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

february 2019

3feb - 15feb 31:00 pmfeb 15Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

17feb - 1marfeb 171:00 pmmar 1- 1:00 pmRaja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

march 2019

3mar - 15mar 31:00 pmmar 15Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

17mar - 29mar 171:00 pmmar 29Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

31mar - 14aprmar 311:00 pmapr 14Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas14 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Ambon

april 2019

21apr - 3mayapr 211:00 pmmay 3East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Maumere to Maumere

may 2019

5may - 17may 51:00 pmmay 17East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Maumere to Maumere

20may - 1junmay 201:00 pmjun 1- 1:00 pmKomodo - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

july 2019

14jul - 26jul 141:00 pmjul 26Komodo - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

28jul - 9augjul 281:00 pmaug 9Komodo - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

august 2019

11aug - 23aug 111:00 pmaug 23Komodo - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

25aug - 5sepaug 251:00 pmsep 5Komodo - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo

september 2019

8sep - 20sep 81:00 pmsep 20East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Maumere to Maumere

22sep - 4octsep 221:00 pmoct 4East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Maumere to Maumere

october 2019

6oct - 18oct 61:00 pmoct 18East Of Flores - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Maumere to Maumere

20oct - 1novoct 201:00 pmnov 1- 1:00 pmForgotten Islands - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Maumere to Saumlaki

november 2019

3nov - 18nov 31:00 pmnov 18Forgotten Islands - MSV Seven Seas15 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Saumlaki to Saumlaki

20nov - 5decnov 201:00 pmdec 5Forgotten Islands - MSV Seven Seas15 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Saumlaki to Sorong

december 2019

8dec - 20dec 81:00 pmdec 20Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

22dec - 3jandec 221:00 pmjan 3Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

january 2020

5jan - 17jan 51:00 pmjan 17Raja Ampat - MSV Seven Seas12 Nights - $Rate to be announced - Sorong to Sorong

Locations & Diving

Locations & Diving

Learn more about the wonderful areas you could discover while diving aboard the MSV Seven Seas!

East of Flores

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…

Underwater

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

General information

  • Dry Season: April to November
  • Rainy Season: December to March
  • Air temperature: 27 – 32°C
  • Water temperature: 20– 27°C
  • Current: Mid to very strong
  • Best time to dive: September to December and March to June
Forgotten Islands

Forgotten Islands

Where are the Forgotten Islands?

  • The so called forgotten island are a long chain of islands staring at Timor and extending up to West Papua.

Underwater

  • The Forgotten Islands include Kei archipelago, Taninbar , Koon, Dai , Manuk, are still being explored.   keep your eyes on the bleu for pelagic, October / November is the season of school of Hammerhead, they are often spotted at Manuk and Koon. You’ll also enjoy the variety of dive sites which provide a superb mix of wide angle and macro subjects as most Indonesian guide are incredible spotters.

General Informations

  • Rainy Season: January / february
  • Air temperature: 27 to 34°C
  • Water temperature: 27 to 29°C
  • Current: moderate to strong
  • Best time to dive: October/November/December
Komodo

Komodo:

Where is Komodo?

  • Komodo, also belonging to the Lesser Sunda chain, lies between the islands of Sumba and Flores. Komodo, Rinca and Padar are the three main islands that along with numerous smaller ones form Komodo Marine Park. A Combination of many small islands and relatively shallow seas between Flores and the west coast of Komodo create ideal conditions for diving in swift currents at tidal changes.
  • The island is also famous for its Komodo dragon monitor lizard, the largest lizard in the world. An alert and agile predator and scavenger that can reach 2.5 meters in length and 125 kg. Nowadays more than a thousand inhabit the island and about half that number that live on nearby Rinca Island.

Underwater

  • Komodo diving can easily be categorized as being one of the world’s best dive destinations. It is one of the most diverse and rich marine environments in the world and has two totally different marine environments. The north side offers clear warm waters flowing from the Flores and Banda seas. Underwater is stunning with vibrant colors, diverse exotic fish life, exceptionally healthy corals, reefs crammed with invertebrates and packed with reef fish. Current-swept deep cool water sea mounts, walls and pinnacles are patrolled by sharks, tuna and other big fish. The south plankton rich waters (making visibility ‘slightly reduced) host eagle rays, manta rays, sunfish and abundant fish life as well as macro life and critters such as leaf fish, frogfish, sea apples, pygmy seahorses, a variety of ghost pipefish, many different nudibranches, and much more.

General informations

  • Dry Season:
  • Rainy Season:
  • Air temperature: 27 – 32°C
  • Water temperature: 23 – 29°C
  • Current: Mid to strong
  • Best time to dive: All year round. January to March can have rough surface conditions at the northern dive sites. July and August can have rough seas in the south and Rinca. But these conditions rarely interfere to any great extent with the liveaboard schedules.
Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat

Where is Raja Ampat?

  • Raja Ampat (literally translates as “The Four Kings”) is at the far eastern reaches of the Nusa Tenggara island chain. The main four islands are Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool.

Underwater

  • The most bio-diverse marine region on earth. There are vertical walls, reef flats, slopes, ridges, sea mounds, mucky shallow bays and mangroves, lagoons with channels overhung by rainforest, pinnacles, and offshore reefs with raging currents…
  • The reefs are supporting an unbelievable variety of colorful soft and hard corals, reef fish plus a copious amount of schooling fish. Dolphins, manta rays, devil rays, whales and turtles are some of the larger animals found here. Sharks such as wobbegongs and the small Epaulette Shark are often found lying on the sea grass.

General informations

  • Dry Season:
  • Rainy Season:
  • Air temperature: 27 – 32°C
  • Water temperature: 26 – 29°C
  • Current: Mid to strong
  • Best time to dive: October till May
Extensions

Extensions

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.

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