Seven Seas itineraries have been carefully chosen, planned and designed taking into account the experienced crew’s recommendation, seasonal and weather patterns, and a desire to offer guests great diversity.
Komodo - With dragons on land and a utopia underwater, you'll find an array of dive sites to suit every level of experience. Great landscapes, superb hikes, exotic wildlife and stunning views and beaches complete the picture. Hardly surprising then that this is one of our favorite choices.
Raja Ampat and Triton Bay (Papua) - There aren't many liveaboards the calibre of The Seven Seas that cover this area, which simply helps in making this adventure even more special. The region boasts the richest tropical coral reef biodiversity recorded anywhere. A must for seasoned divers.
Banda Sea and Halmahera - Once sought by Columbus and Marco Polo, the Spice Islands in the Banda Sea have long been the most coveted destination on earth. Now coveted for their spectacular diving and snorkelling on some of the world's richest reefs - steep drop offs, impressive hard coral and great fish life make this area simply breathtaking.
East of Flores - Now recognized as one of Asia's top ten dive destinations. Muck diving is a must here as is diving with the huge shoals of reef fish. Greater hammerhead can be found near Reong Island and crocodiles still live on Wetar. Whales and dolphins swim here in large numbers.
The Forgotten Islands - Also known as the Southeast Moluccas, the "Forgotten Islands" are not a single destination, but rather a 1,000 km long chain of archipelagos stretching from Timor to West Papua on the island of New Guinea. Undeveloped, distant from population centers and far off any beaten path, these islands have been largely isolated from the rest of Indonesia and the world.
Wakatobi - Fast attracting a reputation as one of the top dive spots in the world, you will enjoy some of the healthiest coral reefs you are ever likely to dive. Especially the small outer Islands, with their colonies of nesting seabirds and steep drop-offs, which bring you eye to eye with some impressive schools of fish and some massive dogtooth tuna.