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Cambodia | Sihanoukville
There are no sophisticated liveaboard dive boats operating yet in Cambodia, but an overnight, or a two night dive safari to some of the further away islands will bring some surprises. Cambodia Scuba Diver is Cambodia's only purpose built, stay-over dive boat with a fully trained staff of diving instructors from Europe, Australia and North America.
Indonesia | Labuanbajo
'Amanikan', the 32-metre Phinisi coastal cruiser custom-built for Aman resorts, is ideal for private cruises for one or two couples or a family, combining the romance of spice trade sailing vessels with modern amenities and all the comforts befitting Aman.
Indonesia | Bima | From £1348
Komodo is a World Heritage site best known for its most ancient inhabitant, the infamous Komodo Dragon, however it also boasts one of the world's richest marine environments. Being a National Park, no accommodation is available on the islands so the best way to visit is on a dive cruise.
Indonesia | Bali | From £1348
Komodo is a World Heritage site best known for its most ancient inhabitant, the infamous Komodo Dragon, however it also boasts one of the world's richest marine environments. Being a National Park, no accommodation is available on the islands so the best way to visit is on a dive cruise.
Indonesia | Komodo National Park | From £1348
Komodo is a World Heritage site best known for its most ancient inhabitant, the infamous Komodo Dragon, however it also boasts one of the world's richest marine environments. Being a National Park, no accommodation is available on the islands so the best way to visit is on a dive cruise.
Indonesia | Labuanbajo | From £1348
Komodo is a World Heritage site best known for its most ancient inhabitant, the infamous Komodo Dragon, however it also boasts one of the world's richest marine environments. Being a National Park, no accommodation is available on the islands so the best way to visit is on a dive cruise.
Indonesia | Ternate | From £3520
Amongst of the newest frontiers for adventurous divers in Indonesia are the many islands of the Laut Maluku - the Maluku Sea - that lies between Sulawesi's northern peninsular and the now famous dive sites of Raja Ampat on West Papua's Birdshead Peninsular.
Indonesia | Moluccas (Maluku) | From £3520
Amongst of the newest frontiers for adventurous divers in Indonesia are the many islands of the Laut Maluku - the Maluku Sea - that lies between Sulawesi's northern peninsular and the now famous dive sites of Raja Ampat on West Papua's Birdshead Peninsular.
Indonesia | Ambon | From £2361
The Spice Islands, famous for their cloves, nutmeg and stories about Buginese pirates, offers diving encounters of extraordinary diversity. One of the best ways to explore these hidden gems is via a liveaboard dive cruise.
Indonesia | Lembeh Strait | From £3520
Amongst of the newest frontiers for adventurous divers in Indonesia are the many islands of the Laut Maluku - the Maluku Sea - that lies between Sulawesi's northern peninsular and the now famous dive sites of Raja Ampat on West Papua's Birdshead Peninsular.
Indonesia | Togian Islands | From £3520
Amongst of the newest frontiers for adventurous divers in Indonesia are the many islands of the Laut Maluku - the Maluku Sea - that lies between Sulawesi's northern peninsular and the now famous dive sites of Raja Ampat on West Papua's Birdshead Peninsular.
Indonesia | Lembeh Strait
Combine all of North Sulawesi's best diving in a dive cruise that takes you to the already famous dive sites of Bunaken Marine Park and Lembeh Strait - muck divers' paradise - and then add the lesser visited Bangka Islands and the much more remote Sangihe Archipelago, complete with underwater volcanic vents.
Indonesia | Manado / Bunaken
Combine all of North Sulawesi's best diving in a dive cruise that takes you to the already famous dive sites of Bunaken Marine Park and Lembeh Strait - muck divers' paradise - and then add the lesser visited Bangka Islands and the much more remote Sangihe Archipelago, complete with underwater volcanic vents.
Indonesia | Raja Ampat | From £2286
The Raja Ampat island group in Indonesia's West Papua province is known for its incredible biodiversity but yet still remains unspoiled by tourism. By joining a liveaboard dive cruise, you can visit this beautiful island group and experience genuinely pristine environments both below and above the water.
Indonesia | Sorong | From £2286
The Raja Ampat island group in Indonesia's West Papua province is known for its incredible biodiversity but yet still remains unspoiled by tourism. By joining a liveaboard dive cruise, you can visit this beautiful island group and experience genuinely pristine environments both below and above the water.
Indonesia | West Papua
Within the world's Coral Triangle are the islands of Raja Ampat (translates to Four Kings). Located northwest of Indonesia's West Papua (formerly Irian Jaya) on the Bird's Head Seascape, these 1500 scattered islands and quays are acclaimed to be the center of marine biodiversity*. Putiraja Liveaboard's most popular scuba trips run through two different courses in Raja Ampat.
Indonesia | Sorong
Within the world's Coral Triangle are the islands of Raja Ampat (translates to Four Kings). Located northwest of Indonesia's West Papua (formerly Irian Jaya) on the Bird's Head Seascape, these 1500 scattered islands and quays are acclaimed to be the center of marine biodiversity*. Putiraja Liveaboard's most popular scuba trips run through two different courses in Raja Ampat.
Indonesia | Raja Ampat
'Amanikan', the 32-metre Phinisi coastal cruiser custom-built for Aman resorts, is ideal for private cruises for one or two couples or a family, combining the romance of spice trade sailing vessels with modern amenities and all the comforts befitting Aman.
Indonesia | Raja Ampat | From £2361
The Spice Islands, famous for their cloves, nutmeg and stories about Buginese pirates, offers diving encounters of extraordinary diversity. One of the best ways to explore these hidden gems is via a liveaboard dive cruise.
Malaysia | Semporna
The M/V Celebes Explorer is the only liveaboard dive boat operating in the Semporna Marine Park, an area off the east coast of Sabah, East Malaysia, that includes the world famous Sipadan Island.
Malaysia | Labuan
Starting in May 2012 the SY Oriental Siren will be offering 10 night trips to Labuan, Layang Layang and the Spratly Islands.
Micronesia | Palau | From £2661
From warm water lagoons to dramatic drop-offs, the picturesque island nation of Palau is a premiere dive destination featuring one of the world's highest recorded tropical reef biodiversity counts. Located southeast of the Philippines, the 125-mile-long chain of islands is the perfect place to enjoy a "Dive Easy" vacation.
Micronesia | Truk | From £2232
Truk Lagoon (Chuuk Lagoon) is considered by many to be the Wreck Diving Capital of the World, featuring the largest sunken fleet of Japanese WWII shipwrecks
Papua New Guinea | Kimbe Bay
If you're the type who loves to enjoy five dives per day, interrupted only by the occasional hearty meal and chance to relax, then MV Febrina is the choice for you.
Papua New Guinea | Rabaul
If you're the type who loves to enjoy five dives per day, interrupted only by the occasional hearty meal and chance to relax, then MV Febrina is the choice for you.
Papua New Guinea | Kavieng
Golden Dawn is a beautiful 80 ft dive boat outfitted to accommodate 10 guests in 5 air conditioned cabins, some with ensuite facilities. Taking advantage of the best weather and diving conditions in Papua New Guinea, MV Golden Dawn changes location throughout the year, offering a unique and diverse diving experience.
Papua New Guinea | Madang
Golden Dawn is a beautiful 80 ft dive boat outfitted to accommodate 10 guests in 5 air conditioned cabins, some with ensuite facilities. Taking advantage of the best weather and diving conditions in Papua New Guinea, MV Golden Dawn changes location throughout the year, offering a unique and diverse diving experience.
Papua New Guinea | Port Moresby
Golden Dawn is a beautiful 80 ft dive boat outfitted to accommodate 10 guests in 5 air conditioned cabins, some with ensuite facilities. Taking advantage of the best weather and diving conditions in Papua New Guinea, MV Golden Dawn changes location throughout the year, offering a unique and diverse diving experience.
Papua New Guinea | Milne Bay
Golden Dawn is a beautiful 80 ft dive boat outfitted to accommodate 10 guests in 5 air conditioned cabins, some with ensuite facilities. Taking advantage of the best weather and diving conditions in Papua New Guinea, MV Golden Dawn changes location throughout the year, offering a unique and diverse diving experience.
Papua New Guinea | Milne Bay
The MV Chertan cruises the islands and quays, bommies and drop-offs of Milne Bay Province on the remote southern tip of Papua New Guinea's mainland. Sailing from Alotau, the Chertan offers the experienced diver unlimited diving with an opportunity to encounter local culture. In between dives you can visit native villages unspoiled by the outside world.
Philippines | Batangas
The northern liveaboard route takes you to the best dive spots between the south of Luzon Island, the Philippines' largest island and home to the capital, Manila, and the north of Palawan, the finger-shaped island that points down to Borneo.
Philippines | Puerto Princesa | From £1760
The Tubbataha Reef is an atoll coral reef and a Natural Marine Park in Sulu Sea, Philippines, composing of two huge atolls and the smaller Jessie Beazley Reef. It is considered to one of the world's top 8 dive sites.
Philippines | Busuanga And Coron | From £537
A great way to explore the huge fleet of Japanese WWII shipwrecks of Coron Bay is to make a safari, sleeping some nights on board your boat and others at one or other of the boutique resorts that are scattered around the Calamian Islands.
Philippines | Cebu | From £2833
The Visayas, located in the middle of the Philippines, sports a plethora of excellent dive spots while also enjoying a microclimate that allows for diving year round. Joining a liveaboard dive cruise is one the best possible ways to explore such a scattering of sites which would otherwise require island hoping between numerous islands.
Solomon Islands | Honaira
The nearly 1000 islands which make up the Solomons are located between Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. Part of the coral triangle, the Solomon Islands offers some of the most diverse diving in the world. It has it all, sea mounts, walls, drift dives, muck dives, WW2 wreck dives, caves, cuts, coral gardens, and bommies.
Thailand | Phuket
The best of Thailand's dive sites lie in the Andaman Sea between Phuket in the south and the Burmese border in the north, and are best accessed by liveaboard dive safari between the months of November and May.
Thailand | Tap Lamu
The best of Thailand's dive sites lie in the Andaman Sea between Phuket in the south and the Burmese border in the north, and are best accessed by liveaboard dive safari between the months of November and May.
Timor Leste | Dili
The Oriental Siren offers 10 night liveaboard cruises between August and November. She sails from Dili to Atauro Island onto Jako Island and along the northern coast before the returning to Dili.
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