Indonesia Liveaboard Holidays
MV Mermaid II
LUXURY LIVEABOARD HOLIDAYS TO INDONESIA
MV Mermaid II is an impressive 33 metre liveaboard sleeping a maximum of 18 guests in 9 air-conditioned cabins. It’s a great choice of liveaboard for your next diving holiday.
With itineraries in Komodo and Raja Ampat varying between 7 and 11 nights, 11 night trips through the Banda Sea and the amazing 15-night bio-diversity specials, MV Mermaid II promises an exciting range of diving itineraries. Whether you want to play with mantas, search for pygmy seahorses, see walls of hammerhead sharks and bask in the glory of huge whale sharks, this is where you can start to tick those boxes. Then there are the Komodo Dragons on land as well.
Meals are served in the main deck saloon and dining area with a selection of Indonesian, Thai and western meals. Relax in the saloon with TV/DVD and music centre or select from a full range of marine life books.
Two outside decks, one shaded with outside seating, and a sun deck forward of the wheelhouse provide a welcome lounging area.
The large dive platform with two exit ladders is equipped with fresh water showers. Plus a spacious camera table and plenty of rinse tanks. Nitrox is blended on board.
Choose from 8 deluxe cabins (double or twin beds), all ensuite and above deck with panoramic sea view windows. There is also a ‘semi’ ensuite budget cabin (double/twin beds) below deck.
Boat Specifications: Length overall 33m, Beam 7m, Maximum speed 12 knots, Cruising speed 9.5 knots, Fuel capacity 13,000 litres, Fresh water capacity 40,000 litres, Water makers 5,000 litres per day
General: 10 Cabins, 9 Toilets, 20 Guests maximum, 2 Dive deck showers, Indoor TV lounge, Indoor dining area, Outdoor lounge, Sun deck
Machinery: Twin Hino engines 450 HP, Twin Hino generators 150 kw, Individually controlled air-conditioning, 3 Compresor bauer 200 l/min, Nitrox membrane, 2x 4.7 metres RIBs with ladders and 40 HP Yamaha engines
Safety Features: Smoke alarms, Life jackets, First aid kit, Search light, Fire extinguishers, Crew first aid trained, Nautilus radios, Oxygen, EPIRB distress system, Emergency flares, Bilge pump alarm, Three life rafts for 20 passengers
Navigation Systems: Radar, GPS, Computer navigation, Plotters, Depth sounder, Fish finder, Communication Systems, Satellite Phone, Internet, DSC radio, Mobile phones, VHF radio, SSB radio
Dive Routes included:
Bali – Komodo – Bali
Raja Ampat – Banda Sea – Ambon
Ambon – Banda Sea – Raja Ampat
Biodiversity Super Special – Maumere – Alor – Banda Sea – Raja Ampat
Biodiversity Super Special – Raja Ampat – Banda Sea – Alor – Maumere
Schedule & Available Spaces
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
26 January – 03 February 2020
The Dive Diaries
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