Since the weather is usually sunny, you will spend most of the stay in bathing suits, so bring even a few of them. You will spend most time on board barefoot, but it’s good to pack some flip-flops and trainers for hikes.
Occasionally, it can get a little bit cool in the evenings, so a light top is useful to have.
We recommend to use rash-vests as they are a great solution to limit the use of sunblock.
Avoid suitcases if possible and try to use soft collapsible bags.
We love having children on board. We have life jackets for kids and also snorkeling gears but if you have your own which fit well, it’s a good idea to bring it.
We know how important the food is on a liveaboard and we take pride in sourcing the freshest ingredients at the local market.
Our cook will be able to prepare both Asian and Western foods.
Please let us know in advance of all dietary requirements or requests so we can make arrangements. We operate from relatively remote areas so it isn’t always possible to get specific ingredients, but we’ll always try our best to accommodate.
With enough notice vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and non-dairy diets can be catered too.
Please let us know in advance of all dietary requirements or requests so we can make arrangements. We operate from relatively remote areas so it isn’t always possible to get specific ingredients, but we’ll always do our best to accommodate.
There is one speed boat, life jackets, life rings, VHF Radio, visual and audio signaling devices (flares, horns), GPS, Fire extinguishers, and first aid kit.
Once we leave the harbor, mobile phone signal will be intermittent or non-existent.
Wifi? No! Enjoy your trip.
Each cabin has several 220V AC power sockets. The type of socket is two round pins.
Please remember to bring travel adapters if needed.
We strongly recommend that you travel with insurance as you would for any other holiday.
The following links offer good guidance
However, guests are encouraged to consult their local health advisor.
Tourists from many countries do not need a visa to enter Indonesia for a visit of up to 30 days.
See below link.
Please confirm with your local embassy.
Most of our time will be spent within marine reserves and protected areas where fishing is prohibited. Outside these areas fishing is allowed but we advise caution as to not break local regulations.
Tipping in Indonesia is entirely a matter of choice. If your stay exceeded your expectations, you may wish to leave a tip to the crew. They will share it equally between them.