Book a Scuba Diving Cruise in Bonto Bahari, Indonesia
Discover the best diving and snorkeling sites in Bonto Bahari, Indonesia aboard the 118 feet Gulet for up to 30 person. Rate starts at €20 per day. Rates: Komodo Cruises: • Diver: €230 per night • Non Diver: €200 per night Cabin with 3 person occupancy (charter of more than 10 person) • 3 Diver: €575 per night • 3 Non Diver: €500 per night Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, North Maluku, Triton Bay, Wakatobi • Diver: €270 per night • Non Diver: €230 per night Cabin with 3 person occupancy (charter of more than 10 person) • 3 Diver: €675 per night • 3 Non Diver: €575 per night Diving • Open Water Diver + Adventure Deep Dive: €40 • Advance Open Water Diver Or Open Water+adventure Night Dive: €40 • PADI Open Water (Level 1) Private Snorkeling Charter: €370 • Discover Scuba Diving (Or Try Scuba Diving): €60 • Fun Dive: €30 • Refresh: €50 • Advance Open Water Diver (Level 2) Snorkeling Charter: €250 • Extra dive: €30 • Scuba diving package 1: €20 per day • Scuba diving package 2: €25 per day Included: • Pick up and transportations from the airport (or the hotel) to the boat • Full board inluding three meals per day, fresh bread and homemade cake and pastries. • Snacks, coffee, tea, drinkable water, milk • Multilingual Cruise Director • 3 Dives per day with the dive guides. • S80 cylinders, belt and weight. • Surface Interval activities • Snorkeling gears Not Included • Drinks: (soda & Beer) • Park/ Harbour/Extra fuel Fees • Rental scuba diving gears What You Can Expect: Sailing with the winds The schedule of Teman follows the windy seasons, which have a huge influence on the scuba diving and the sailing conditions. From May to October, when the eastern winds are blowing, Teman operates in Nusa Tenggara area, around the Sunda Islands (Lombok, Sumbawa and Komodo). The months of April/May and October/November are the transition between the Eastern monsoon and the Western monsoon which characterize Indonesia. During these periods, the winds subside before they switch, making the navigation easier to some places usually over exposed such as the Banda islands, the Ring of Fire or even Triton Bay. From mid-November until the end of March, when the western winds are blowing, Teman liveaboard is cruising in the gorgeous National Park of Raja Ampat in West Papua. Raja Ampat Raja Ampat, the richest marine biodiversity on earth, spreads on 46.000 km2. Located off the northwest tip of the Indonesian’s West Papua province, this archipelago comprises over 1,500 small islands of cays and shoals, and is part of the Coral Triangle. Komodo Located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores, the park includes three major islands (Komodo, Rinca and Padar), as well as numerous smaller islands. with a total Created in 1980, in order to protect the Komodo dragons (Varanus komodoensis), the park spreads on a total surface area of 1817 km2. The Ring of Fire The Banda Sea crossing is an adventurous cruise. Twice a year, Teman leaves Komodo or Raja Ampat to visit some of the most remote areas of the indonesian archipelago. Only reachable by boat, these isolated islands of the Banda Sea, are full of surprises. Halmahera Being a volcanic area, North Maluku offers some wild landscapes, typical of the East. But the Ternate's area have its own specificity, with a line of seven volcanoes arising from the sea. Further South, the foggy mountains of Halmahera are covered up with tropical forests and surrounded by untouched mangroves. On the East, Weda's Bay is pure wilderness. Only the coconut trees plantations, from which the local communities get their income, is remaining us human activity. The spice route This cruise takes us in the heart of the Spice Route and its tumultuous past. Marked by a contentious colonial history, Ambon and the Banda Islands-only places in the world where merchants could find the precious nutmegs-now attract more and more visitors. Triton Bay Triton Bay is the name given to the coastal region in the East of Kaimana, a small harbor on the Southwest coast of West Papua. Even if Kaimana is now served by passenger flights, this beautiful area is only reachable by boat. The idyllic coast line South of Kaimana is dotted with palm-fringed white sand beaches, lapped by warm waters. What To Expect Onboard: The ship has been designed to offer as much space as possible, for our guests to relax and enjoy the incredible landscapes during their journey. Whether it be on one of our sun decks, or protected by the sun in the open space-chill out area, everyone can find the perfect spot to rest and relish. The dining room is about 35m2 with a magnificent Tek wood table, suitable for up to 14 people. The kitchen is open to the living room. The cabins Teman can host up to 12 people in five cabins. Four of them are located in the front of the boat, and one on the stern. Seram and Celebes have a double bed and a single bed. Banda and Maluku have a double bed and a bunk bed. Flores on the back of the boat, have a double bed and a bunk bed with a direct access to the stern skirt. All the cabins have an en-suite bathroom with hot water, remote controlled air conditioning, integrated storage units, charging stations (220v), reading lamps, two portholes and a hatch. Navigation and communication Electronic appliances: GARMIN GPS x2, sounders x2, ICOM radar x1, VHF ICOM radios x3 and SSB radio x1. Tenders: One 4-meter-aluminium dinghy equiped with a Yamaha 25hp, One wooden dinghy equiped with a Yamaha 40hp. Safety equipment Inflatable life rafts (2x15 pers.), life jackets (30 pers.), buoys, fire extinguishers x6, first aid equipment, and oxygen on board. The cruise director and the crew members are trained to provide O2 and first aid. Hyperbaric chambers in Bali, Makassar, Manado and Jakarta. Stand Up Paddle boards x2. The foredeck The foredeck, always protected from the sun, has been converted as a diving area. It is our main priority to give our guests the best quality of air. Our two compressors are located in a protected space, and our 20 aluminum cylinders with DIN valves are distributed in the whole deck. Every passengers will enjoy its own storage unit. Two spaces are dedicated to the cleaning and are to be shared by our guests. The photographers have two tables at their disposal on the deck and another space inside the boat with numerous sockets (220V). Teman Liveaboard is fully equipped with Scubapro gears: T-One bcds and MK2 regulators. We also rent full wetsuits (3mm), open heel fins, booties and a large choice of masks. In case of a “Land & Sea” charter, the foredeck can be rearranged into a relaxing space perfect to enjoy the landscapes. Specification: • Overall length: 36m. • Deck length: 28m. • Beam: 7,5m. • Draft: 2,4m. • Sail: 320m2. • Engine: Mitsubishi 6D22-6 cylinders 270hp. • Generators: 1x 10kwh and 1x 20kwh. • Watermaker: 2x 3,5 tons tank of freshwater. • 2x 3,5 tons tanks of fuel. Additional Services: • Mask: €30 • Reef Hook: €13 • Pointer: €7 • Weight: €4 • Computer: €220 • Torchlight: 70€
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 30 guests
Our beautiful boat especially built to sail across the seas of the archipelago, is looking forward to welcoming you on board for diving and adventure cruises!
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Fishing gear
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Air Conditioning
- Watersports Equipment
- Wheel steering
- CD Player
- Chart Plotter
- Furling Headsail
- Furling Mainsail
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Terms and Conditions: • In case of a complete cancellation of the cruise due to mechanical breakdown, our company will do its best to relocate the passengers on an equally comfort boat or refund the passengers if no boats could be found. • On board, the passengers or their legal representative are responsible for the damages or losses occurring during their stay. This include the rental scuba gears. Any damage or loss occurring would be charge to the passenger by the Cruise director. • Our company cannot be held responsible for the suffering of losses and damages by persons or goods in any case. A safety box being at the passengers’ disposal on board. • The passengers, or their legal representative, will have to sign PADI documents as soon as they arrive on board such as a Liability Released for the practise of Scuba diving and Cruising on a boat and a memento about a safe and understanding way to scuba dive. In case of any refusal to sign those documents, the Cruise director keeps the right to prevent this passenger from scuba diving during the whole cruise. No fees would be refund by our company. • Our company does not take responsibility for compensation claims related to air travel arrangements. Passengers are advised that our company is only a middle man when it comes to air travel organization. • Itineraries and activities can be modified without prior notice in order to ensure the passenger’s safety: if the weather conditions are unfavorable, in case of a technical problem or in case of the occurrence of limiting factors such as a delay in obtaining authorizations from ports authorities. • In case of personal injury, disease, airways delays, bad weather, natural disaster (volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, storms), criminal acts, wars, strikes, our company will not be held responsible and will not refund the passengers or agents.