Dive Indonesia's most exhilarating and remote regions from this luxurious and recently renovated phinisifrom $573 /day
- Indonesia's most diverse selection of liveaboard diving itineraries
- Explore some of Indonesia's remote regions like Alor and the Forgotten Islands
- Top perks such as unlimited diving, superb camera facilities, and small groups
- Enjoy exceptional facilities like master cabins, gourmet meals, and spa services
Dive Damai’s newest vessel, Damai II, is a luxurious and recently updated phinisi custom-designed for scuba diving. This liveaboard offers a staggering variety of itineraries visiting classic destinations like Komodo and Raja Ampat, as well as remote and seldom visited areas like Alor and the Forgotten Islands. Guests will love this boat's diver friendly details, including modern camera facilities, unlimited dives, and just four guests to each guide.
Number of cabins
Scheduled, private charter available
Available for scheduled cruises and private charter, the Damai II is a luxury liveaboard, specifically designed for diving in the tropical waters of Indonesia. Its spacious and recently updated interior leaves plenty of room to spread out, making it even more comfortable than its sister vessel, the Damai I. Plus, it visits all the most breathtaking diving areas in Indonesia, some well off the beaten path. Guests will love this boat's high-quality rental equipment, two comfortable dive tenders, and unique details like unlimited diving and just four guests per guide. With a maximum of 12 travellers onboard, every trip features personal and intimate service, and plenty of adventure, as well.
Dive Damai is redefining the concept of liveaboards with small groups, signature all-inclusive service, and tailor-made itineraries. With over 25 years of experience in the region, they are proud to offer Indonesia's most diverse liveaboard diving itineraries. Both the Damai I and Damai II offer exciting land-tours, lush and spacious facilities, exquisite cuisine, and superb attention to detail. These boats are luxurious yet unfussy, perfect for dedicated divers looking for a few creature comforts during their holiday.
Onboard Damai II
The Damai II is a luxurious vessel outfitted out with all the latest diving, navigation and safety equipment. She can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in two spacious master cabins and five additional rooms with a choice of either single, twin or double beds. Each cabin boasts a private en-suite shower, air-conditioning, and a separate daybed for relaxation. Guests are free to dine inside or out, and meals include a range of gourmet western and Indonesian dishes served buffet-style or a la carte. Beer and soft drinks are available and guests can enjoy a free glass of table wine with dinner. This boat's three large sun decks, relaxing massage and spa treatments, and newly renovated spacious interior make it easy to relax in between dives. Little extras like satellite Wi-Fi capabilities and a designated spa room only add to the outstanding attention to detail.
Diving from Damai II
Specifically designed for divers, Damai II offers a large dive deck with individual rinse tanks and two custom-designed high-speed tenders. This boat is a favourite among underwater photographers thanks to its dedicated camera room featuring separate workstations and integrated 110v and 220v charging stations. High-quality equipment available onboard includes dive computers, pony bottles and torches, as well as nitrox for qualified divers. Like its sister's vessel, the Damai II also offers a four to one guest to guide ratio and unlimited diving.
- This boat's itineraries combine Indonesia's best diving areas for pint-sized critters and massive megafauna. Underwater photographers should pack for both wide-angle and macro shots.
- Don't forget to pack comfortable walking shoes, lightweight clothing, and sun protection to make the most of your itinerary's shore excursions.
- If you're hoping for up-close encounters with large pelagics like sharks and manta rays, plan your trip during a full or new moon. Stronger currents and tidal shifts will up your chances!
- You'll be visiting some of Indonesia's most remote regions where shopping is non-existent. Don't forget to pack plenty of extra sunscreen, batteries, and any other comforts from home that you might need.