Built in 2007, the 42-meter long Tambora offers luxury and comfortable dive cruises across the Indonesia archipelago with Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, Triton Bay, and Cenderawasih Bay being some of her dest...
Built in 2007, the 42-meter long Tambora offers luxury and comfortable dive cruises across the Indonesia archipelago with Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, Triton Bay, and Cenderawasih Bay being some of her destinations. She can easily accommodate a maximum oof 16 guests in 8 spacious cabins. All cabins are equipped with ensuite bathroom, air conditioner, writing desk, reading lights, 220V power sockets, and portholes.
The large air-conditioned salon with separate dining and relaxing sections, provides a large flat screen TV/DVD with home cinema surround sound. A variety of tasty Indonesian, European and Japanese specialties are freshly prepared and served everyday. Snacks are offered prior to the first dive of the day and after the third dive of the day. Drinking water, coffee, tea, soft drinks, and beer are available in the salon on a self-service basis. A selection of wine and liquor can be purchased.
Tambora has been designed and built from scratch as a liveaboard vessel catering to the needs of divers. A large room on the upper deck has been custom-built and outfitted as a full dive station, divided up into two separate sections: the wet section featuring personal dive baskets, two large rinsing tanks, dive gear rental, and storage for dive tanks; and the dry section featuring large desktop area for cameras, dive lights and computers, and large number of power sockets. A large dive platform is located at the backboard side of the vessel. All dive activities are conducted via two large tenders.