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Seamore Papua
Explore Beauty of The Sea

Come enjoy the Beauty of Eastern Indonesia with us.

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Raja Ampat
Wonderful Destination

Explore the Natural Beauty.

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Labuan Bajo
Stunning Komodo Island

Labuan Bajo Home of Komodo Dragon.

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Ambon - Banda Neira
Banda Sea "The Ring of Fire"

Unbelievable Encountered With School of Hammerhead Sharks.

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Alor
Explore Underwater

Word Class Diving Experience.

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SEAMORE PAPUA

We have been sailing the Eastern part of Indonesia since 2015.

Seamore Papua Liveaboard is a traditional wooden Phinisi which caters for both leisure trips and diving in the beautiful waters of eastern Indonesia.

Designed comfortably to accommodate up to 18 passengers with 9 air conditioned cabins, all equipped with ensuite bathrooms.

DESTINATION

Our Destination

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Things you might need to know before traveling with Seamore Papua.

Raja Ampat: Our representatives will be waiting to greet you at Sorong Airport (SOQ) and take you on your liveaboard adventure. Raja Ampat excursions begin and end in Sorong, West Papua. Traveling via Jakarta (CGK), Makassar (UPG Ujung Pandang), Bali (DPS, Denpasar), or Manado (MDC) is the most convenient way to get to and from Sorong (SOQ).

Komodo: Our representatives will be waiting to greet you at Komodo Airport (Bandar Udara Internasional Komodo – LBJ) and take you on your liveaboard adventure. Komodo excursions begin and end in Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara. Traveling via Bali (DPS, Denpasar) is the most convenient way to get to and from Labuan Bajo (LBJ).

Banda: Our representatives will be waiting to greet you at Patimura International Airport in Ambon, Maluku (AMQ), and take you on your liveaboard adventure. Banda excursions begin and end in Ambon, Maluku. Traveling via Jakarta (CKG) is the most convenient way to get to and from Ambon (AMQ).

Alor: Our representatives will be waiting to greet you at Mali Airport in Alor, East Nusa Tenggara (ARD), and take you on your liveaboard adventure. Alor excursions begin and end in Alor, East Nusa Tenggara. Traveling through Bali (DPS), stopping for a day at Kupang (KOE), then taking an early flight from Eltari Airport in Kupang (KOE) to Mali Airport in Alor (ARD) and vice-versa.

Connecting domestic flights:

  • Please be advised that not all international and domestic flights via Jakarta (CGK) or Denpasar, Bali (DPS) arrive or depart from the same terminal building.
  • If you are traveling via one of these cities, we do advise booking your international round-trip tickets via them for comfort in connecting domestic flights.

The majority of airlines permit 10–20 kilos per passenger to be checked in and 7 kg to be carried on. There is a fee for extra weight per kilo. Allowance maximum: 20–30 kilos. For accurate information, speak with your travel agent or airline (if making a direct reservation)

Most people can get by with a 3mm shorty in warm, tropical seas (26–28C), but if you are the kind that gets chilly easily, you might want to pack a full wetsuit (3mm or more) and a hood.

DIN inserts and INT valves are both present in our tanks. There is no need to pack an adapter. If you would like a 15-liter tank, we may provide one upon request; availability and rental costs apply.

Passport, log books, dive cards, reef safe sunscreen, personal medications, hats, sunglasses, books, memory sticks/SD cards, camera chargers, personal drinks (terms and conditions apply), and cash for any extra personal needs and tips for the crew.

Absolutely! The best diving sites are also often the best snorkel sites. All snorkel excursions are briefed beforehand, just like the dives are, and are guided by an experienced snorkel guide who knows the area and marine life well.

  • Yes. We strongly encourage you to obtain appropriate dive and trip insurance due to our isolated location. Rapid evacuations by helicopter or speedboat are expensive, and the local medical services will want payment in advance or evidence of insurance.
  • Additionally, we strictly require all our clients to obtain comprehensive travel insurance to protect themselves against unexpected flight delays and even missed connections.
  • It is your duty to verify that your insurance policy covers every scenario by going over the specifics (including exclusions). Please be advised that in the event of an accident when the diver has gone beyond the limitations of their training (or policy) or is judged to have disregarded safe diving procedures or the guidance of their dive guide, most insurance policies will not pay for damages.

Citizens of 169 countries are granted 30-day visa-free access to Indonesia by the government. You must have proof of further or return travel in the form of a ticket, and your passport must be valid for at least six months after the date of your arrival in Indonesia. If not, your entry will be refused. We recommend purchasing a VOA (Visa on Arrival) if you want to stay longer than 30 days. This allows you to extend your stay for an additional 30 days at a local immigration office.

Please visit https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/ to learn more about the immigration policy.

We have EU plugs onboard 220v in each cabin, lounge, dining area, dive deck, and camera station.

Most special dietary requirements, whether allergy or simply personal preference, can be catered for. However, in some destinations, certain products are not readily available and can be difficult to source. Please inform us of your requirements as far in advance as possible to ensure there are plenty of dishes to suit your needs.

PLEASE NOTE: We will of course try our best to meet your needs but cannot guarantee the availability of all requirements in destination. You are welcome to bring specific products with you, where permitted by local regulations, if the lack thereof may affect your well-being or holiday.

Smoking is only allowed in designated open spaces.

Our boat and dive crews will work hard to ensure that your trip is as enjoyable as possible while maintaining a high level of professionalism, safety, and service. Tipping the crews $20 USD per day is something we do recommend. Tipping is not required but is greatly appreciated.

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