Damai I is a new brand of "boutique" liveaboard dive cruise, operating in the best regions of Indonesia. The wooden schooner is 40m (130ft) long and built in the traditional Phinisi fashion that is unique to Indonesia.
Damai I travels through the most exciting dive regions in Indonesia to be at the best place at the right time. This includes Bali, Komodo, Flores, Alor, Banda Sea, Cendarawasih Bay, Triton Bay, Misool, Raja Ampat, Sulawesi, Western Sumatra and more.
With an overall length of over 40m (130ft) and a beam of over 8m (26ft) the vessel has a lot of space for its 12 passengers. It features 7 staterooms with a choice of single cabins (2), twins, doubles or two spacious master cabins. With sizes ranging from 18sqm for the single cabin to +40sqm for the master cabin, all are furnished with either queen or king sized beds, ensuite toilets and showers.
The vessel has been designed with three large deck areas for relaxing either in the sun or shade. State of the art technology on the bridge and in the engine room is making the trip safe and enjoyable.
The comfortable air-conditioned lounge has TV/Video and it is divided into dining area and lounge area. The delicious food is a good combination of local and western food. Included in the cruise price are all drinks, except wine which is available for purchase. Free spa treatments are also offered on board! Damai I's three decks offer plenty of space for sunbathing, diving equipment and spa treatments.
The various regions visited by Damai I offer a great cross section of dive sites.
Nitrox and quality hire dive equipment are available at a charge.
Up to 5 dives a day will be organised. They have a choice of 10, 12 or 15L tanks (DIN or INT connection) and a maximum of 4 divers with one guide. Two dive tenders make sure that even underwater you will have a personal experience. Photographers find plenty of charging station (110V and 220V) and workspace to handle their equipment.
Damai I offers a unique level of service and personal space. It's definitely one of the best upmarket ways to see the remote islands and reefs in Indonesia.