Dive Damai 2 Liveaboard – Indonesia

Dive Damai 2
Dive Damai 2

Welcome To DIVE DAMAI

Redefining the concept of liveaboards.
Specialising in small groups receiving personalized service on purpose built traditional wooden schooners with a dive guide to guest ratio of 1 to 4. The most varied travel itineraries in the diving industry in the world’s best diving locations.

Saloon.
Saloon.

Dive Damai’s newest vessel, MY DAMAI II was constructed in Tanjung Bira, South Sulawesi by Pak Hadji Baso. Pak Hadji Baso is one of the most respected master boat builders in the traditional Indonesian boat building comunity of Bira and was also the builder of Dive Damai’s first vessel, MY DAMAI I.

Saloon.
Saloon.
Dining.
Dining.

MY DAMAI II has a deck length of 40 meters and a beam of 9 meters at its widest point. It has been built to an uncompromising standard and fitted out with all the latest diving, navigation and safety equipment to ensure that the level of service appreciated on our first vessel is maintained and, where possible, improved upon. The new vessel is slightly larger than the first ensuring three large outside deck areas with an outside dining facility, including the famous massage and spa treatment area and plenty of extra lounging and sunbathing space. The crew to passenger ratio is the same as the first vessel.

Sun Deck.
Sun Deck.
Bridge Deck.
Bridge Deck.
Bridge Deck.
Bridge Deck.

The below deck accommodation has been designed to accommodate single or twin occupants in a level of luxury not seen on another vessel in Indonesia. Each cabin boasts a private shower and head with a queen-size bed and a separate day bed. The cabins measure approximately 20sq.mts (225 sq.ft) each and have been finished with the highest quality furnishings. The stern staterooms are over 400 sq.ft each and boast their own private deck with loungers, a super-king size bed, day beds, two desks and ensuite shower and separate head.

Cabin # 3
Cabin # 3
Cabin # 5
Cabin # 5
Cabin # 5
Cabin # 5
Cabin # 5
Cabin # 5
Cabin # 6
Cabin # 6
Cabin # 6
Cabin # 6
Cabin # 6
Cabin # 6

The dive systems have been made even more accommodating on the new vessel. The dive station is larger and is served by large individuals rinse tanks. The camera room has been enlarged also. The 4 diver to 1 guide ratio that Dive Damai customers enjoy so much on the MY DAMAI I has, of course, been maintained and they have added 2 custom designed high speed tender boats.

Dive Deck
Dive Deck
Dive Tender
Dive Tender
Camera Room.
Camera Room.

 SIGNATURE SERVICE

The use of the term “Signature Service” reflects a philosophy, it refers to the quality of vessel and the level of service.

Luxurious and spacious, attentive and well trained, at your disposal at all times, with the best equipment, exquisite cuisine and an attention to detail and personal choice not found on any other. Signature Service means value for money, everything the crew do is aimed at making your experience more pleasurable.

Manta Ray.
Manta Ray.

The new rates reflect flexibility, you are now able to choose between an “A La Carte” or “All Inclusive” rate for your trip. All of the aspects of our Signature Service remain common to both:

Unparalleled Service
Unlimited diving
Availability of top of the line dive gear to avoid paying excess luggage fees
Flexible menu choice
Complete set of toiletries at your disposal: shampoo,conditioner, body wash and body lotion
Ample individual space to work on your cameras
Nitrox
Laundry service
Spa treatments
The Damai liveaboards are a place where the smallest details will be taken care of, where every customer is treated personally, where every wish is addressed promptly. A Signature Service above and below the water.

Komodo.
Komodo.

A LA CARTE

Diving A La Carte is a new concept created by Dive Damai and directed to give the ultimate personal service.

Logistics permitting Dive Damai allows you to dive where and when you wish. It is their aim to bring you as much of the underwater highlights of the itineraries as possible. They do not set dive time limits, they do not tell you that you cannot redive a dive site, they will bend over backwards to fulfill your every wish to return to a location time and again.

Wobbegong Shark.
Wobbegong Shark.

But it’s not just the diving…

They aim to satisfy every desire. That means you have a menu choice, if you have any special food requests the Damai crew will do everything in their power to ensure your favourite foods are onboard. A La Carte reflects your freedom to choose and our desire to fulfill.

Raja Ampat.
Raja Ampat.

Diving has been the Damai specialty for the last few years. With a ratio of 4 divers to dive guide, the largest camera station, a personal rinse tank or unlimited diving among their main features, they provided un unprecedented quality of service for their diving guests.

The Dive Damai explore remote areas, where seldom others venture, searching for the unique combination of diving and adventure that they like to share with their guests. Throughout the year, Indonesia offers some of the healthiest reefs on the planet, and certainly the most diverse waters.

Exploring off the beaten path.
Exploring off the beaten path.

Itineraries include but are not exclusive to: Raja Ampat, Komodo, Banda Sea, Forgotten Islands, Triton Bay, Togean Islands, Alor, Gorontalo and Cenderawasih. These itineraries and combinations of destinations can be had all year round. Contact us to learn of availability for your preferred destination or itinerary.

From the small..
From the small..

LUXURIOUS CHARTER

Chartering one of the Damai vessels will give you the chance to select the route you prefer to do, we will tailor make the trip. The advantages are multiple; the chance to stay as long as you want in one spot without having to be worried about the preferences of the rest of the customers is an obvious one. Being able to spend your diving holidays with your friends with the whole crew dedicated entirely to you…it doesn’t get more personalised.

To the large.
To the large.

Price Basis :

All prices for 2015 onwards are based on sharing a double or twin cabin and are per person per night in US Dollars
Master Cabins 5 and 6 carry a USD50 per person per night supplement
Single Cabins carry a USD175 per person per night supplement
Inclusions :

Return transfers to/from the airport to the vessel or from/to any hotel and the airport the day of embarkation or disembarkation, within a distance of 20km
Accommodation with A/C in twin or double bed cabin with en-suite showers and toilet.
All meals and drinks while on board (excluding wine and Spirits). One glass of wine per person each night will be complimentary
Air Tanks, weight belt and weights.
Cruise director
Experienced Dive Guides, with a maximum of 4 customers per guide
Unlimited daytime diving and night dives (schedule permitting)
Government taxes
Land tours and group activities organized by Dive Damai
First spa treatment of each person on board

Sweetlips and Snappers.
Sweetlips and Snappers.

Not included :

All vessel port and harbour fees: between USD5 and USD25 per day depending on the destination
Enriched Air Nitrox: USD10 per diving day
Dive/snorkel gear: USD3 per item or USD10 per full set per day
National Park/maritime areas entrances fee
Dive insurance: compulsory
Laundry: USD1 per item
Spa treatments after the first complimentary one: USD10 per 45 minutes treatment
Travel insurance:highly recommended
Crew gratuities
International and domestic air, land, sea transportation, and excess baggage
Visa, hotels and food ashore before and after the cruise
VIP service at the airport- if available
* FREE NITROX AND COMPLEMENTARY DIVE EQUIPMENT FOR ALL REPEAT CUSTOMERS

* ANY TRIP CAN BE ALSO BOOKED AT AN ALL INCLUSIVE RATE. PLEASE KINDLY CONTACT THE OFFICE FOR DETAILS

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