The Amira liveaboard in Raja is an enormous yacht that provides plenty of space for your dive cruise. It gets our nod for one of Indonesia’s most spacious dive liveaboards.
The Amira liveaboard was custom-built in 2010 and underwent a significant renovation in 2018 to enhance its facilities and guest experience. The yacht is a luxury dive vessel that offers diving cruises to some of the best dive sites in Indonesia.
Designed with divers in mind, she accommodates up to 19 guests in ten air-conditioned cabins, each with a private en-suite bathroom. The vessel is 52 meters long overall and possesses all the modern comforts you anticipate from a luxury liveaboard, including a spacious indoor lounge area, a sun deck, a dive deck, and a camera room for underwater photography enthusiasts.
The Amira is well known for its highly experienced dive crew, who are dedicated to service and ensure guests have an unforgettable diving adventure.
The boat offers a range of itineraries that take divers to explore the best dive sites in the Indonesian archipelago, from the vibrant coral reefs of Raja Ampat to the remote dive sites of Komodo National Park.
The Amira liveaboard kitchen presents various delicious and fresh food options for its guests. The onboard chef prepares a mix of Indonesian and international dishes using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The cuisine is a full-board meal plan, including three meals daily and snacks and beverages. Guests can enjoy an ordered breakfast with various options, including fresh fruits, cereals, bread, and hot dishes. Lunch is a buffet with a three or four-course set menu for dinner.
In addition to meals, the Amira liveaboard in Raja provides snacks and beverages throughout the day, including coffee, tea, water, and juices which are made fresh. Alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine are also available for purchase onboard. Plant-based | vegan food is catered for. Let Infinite Blue take care of your special diver dietary requirements.
Kindly note trip cost excludes Marine Park | Port | Fuel surcharge (payable onboard), equipment rental (if any), and PADI course fees (if any).
Don’t hesitate to contact us for exact details, as the above charges may alter depending on which dive cruise itinerary interests you.
The Amira crew will transfer our guests from Sorong airport or the hotel to the ship. After a welcome briefing by the cruise director, our guests move into their cabins before embarking Sorong. If possible a first dive will take place.
We offer 3-4 divers daily, including a dusk or night dive if possible. During crossings, a maximum of 2 dives per day will take place.
Final day of diving with 2 scheduled dives and transfer to the port of Sorong.
Check-out and transfer by the Amira crew to the airport of Sorong.
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