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sample itinerary & dive spot information Day 1-3: Sangeang and Banta The sometimes forgotten volcanic island of Sangeang is one of many customer’s favorite, black sand and fresh water create the perfect habitat for critters, so this is a critters´ fans destination. Sites with black sandy slopes and black corals.. view detail

Raja Ampat

             Raja Ampat is the centre of the area with the biggest variety and biodiversity of underwater life in the whole world. Our dive trips to Raja Ampat can be divided into different parts that we will adapt to the personal taste of the group. They all share the.. view detail

Raja Ampat – Banda Sea

    Diving RAJA AMPAT – BANDA SEA MISOOL Once you arrive in Misool, you are surrounded by one of the most fascinating landscapes you can imagine. Hundreds of small islands all shaped by time into sculptures that only nature can produce. The topside it’s out of this world but.. view detail

Raja Ampat – Triton Bay

The Seahorse is the first dive liveaboard which started operating (2006) the Fakfak, Triton Bay route on the Birds Head Seascape, NW of Papua. Since then we have been discovering new dive sites on every voyage in the new area of Fakfak-Triton Bay, and we are ready to share them.. view detail

Banda Sea – Triton Bay

DIVING AMBON The diving around the island is great, the wreck in the bay is full of life, pilot whales sometimes come close to the pier, but without a doubt Laha offers the best diving and is an unforgettable experience. Laha could be compared with Lembeh, it is pure muck.. view detail

Cenderawasih Bay & Whale Sharks

Cenderawasih Bay is located on the north coast of west Papua and is in the main a place where time has stood still due to the small human population in and around the largest national park in Indonesia encompassing 1.5 million hectares of sea. This dive destination is now becoming.. view detail

The Kei Islands

The Kei islands are located in the Maluku Tengara Regency within the Maluku Province in Eastern Indonesia. The local name of the islands is Nuhu Evav (Evav Islands) or Tanat Evav (Evav Land), but known as Kei for people from the surrounding islands. The common spelling “Kai” is rooted in.. view detail