The Seven Seas

The best feature of the Indonesian archipelago is the rich biodiversity. With seas from the Philippines, Maluku Islands, and Australia meeting here they support an incredibly prolific and diverse assortment of marine life, over 3000 species of fish and over 300 species of corals.  Explore these waters in ultimate comfort and luxury aboard the Seven Seas Liveaboard.


In addition to the abundance of fish life, there are oddities like Wobbegongs, giant clams, and a variety of critters. Strong currents are good for drift diving and isolated lagoons are great for muck diving. Walls, coral slopes, and patch reefs are terrific for all-around diving. Island topography, too, is varied. There are coral cays and granite islands with steep walls. Some areas have hundreds of rock islands similar to those in Palau. Others are surrounded by mangrove forests. This area is not to be missed.

Dive Sites

Kri Island

Kri has several sites and Cape Kri is one of the fishiest. The fish numbers and variety are truly amazing. The site is current dependent. Generally it’s a steep slope with beautiful coral growth, lots of reef and schooling fishes, including the giant Queensland Grouper.

Sardine Reef

Sardine Reef has really giant clams at 10m (33ft) but it’s all about non-stop fishes here. There’s a resident school of bumphead parrotfish in the shallows, colorful soft corals and plenty of critters.

Kaboei Bay Rock Islands

The bay is a labyrinth of rock islands. Visibility isn’t great but this is a great place for macro and finding odd nudibranches, mollusks and the pictured dragonet. Bat caves and skeletons are found on some of the islands.

The Passage

This is a drift dive through a narrow channel near Waigeo. Look for archerfish among the mangroves, orange cup corals, seahorses, and percula clownfish.

Fam Island

Several sites near Fam have stunning coral growth. Sponges and soft corals add color and fishes keep it going. Sites include walls, sloping reefs, and muddy bays.


Misool is awash in fish life and huge sea fans. Caverns and boulders mark several sites. The schooling fishes seem endless and pygmy seahorses live in less than 10m (33ft). Some sites are current dependent.


This vessel has three floors, main deck, below deck and upper deck.

The middle deck supports the main air conditioned living area and dining room, a huge kitchen, staff and crew accommodation.

The four double & four twin state rooms are accompanied by ensuites, of course all are air conditioned, spacious, and tastefully decorated. Two of the double cabins are situated on the upper deck, allowing for stunning panoramic views while the other are located on the lower deck.

Located on the Upper deck is huge sun deck and shaded lounge beds ideal for relaxation, sunsets and cocktails.