The Dewi Nusantara is a 58-meter-long traditional wooden schooner offering diving trips in Indonesia. The Dewi Nusantara team has long been at the very forefront of the dive and cruise liveaboard indu...
The Dewi Nusantara is a 58-meter-long traditional wooden schooner offering diving trips in Indonesia. The Dewi Nusantara team has long been at the very forefront of the dive and cruise liveaboard industry in this fascinating area of Asia. From the world's largest and most opulent owners suite on a dive liveaboard, to the most comfortable and powerful tenders used by any boats in the region, the benchmarks of quality, service, safety, style, and experience of this extraordinary vessel set in 2008 still haven't been equalled, though many have tried.
Dewi Nusantara's 9 air conditioned staterooms are all individually designed, including one 46-sqm master suite, surely one of the largest suites available on any liveaboard in the world. With all furniture specifically designed and manufactured by designer Bruno Helgen, the master suite has sumptuous furnishing, its own Jacuzzi bath, lounging area, and 180 degree views over the ocean. You can spend a quite time with a cold drink on the huge sun deck featuring sunbeds and hammocks to take in the spectacular scenery of eastern Indonesia or enjoy a massage given by the attentive crew after an exciting diving day. With all offered onboard, you will possibly go away from the modern industrialized world and the buzz of urbanized civilization.
After 20 years of continuous operations, the Dewi Nusantara's experience in the dazzling waters of the Indonesian archipelago is unparalleled. The dive masters will take you to the underwater world to witness the spectacular seascapes which is comprised of volcanic sea mounts, pinnacles, walls and canyons, as well as fringing reefs, coral gardens, mangrove bays and sandy slopes. To explore the pristine islands and incomparable nature, you might be guided to hike over the sun scorched savannah and in the low lying forests of Komodo, visit the indigenous man eating Komodo Dragon, and have a jungle trek in West Papua.