EXPLORING THE ARCHIPELAGO TO DESTINATION UNTOUCHED
DELUXE Exploration Diving
This program is a perfect example of where the future of liveaboard diving in the Indonesian Archipelago is headed. Exploration is often considered as untouched destinations. However, in this vessel and with her speed, the schedule for 2012 covers everything that people want to see in diving the best that Eastern Indonesia has to offer.
Cruises to Indonesia’s Richest Underwater Regions and Best Dive Sites
As part of the coral triangle, Indonesia boasts 10-15% of the world’s coral reefs, with amazing biodiversity and stunning fish life, offering real feasts for diving and underwater photography enthusiasts. Indonesia is a large country, and dive operators are still far and few. Chances are extremely high that we will be alone in the water wherever we choose to dive. No crowds under water, and no other liveaboard in sight. And at many spots, we will remain the only divers for days, and sometimes weeks and even months.
Our 2012 program takes us across the Indonesian archipelago, to the most varied selection of the country’s best dive sites:
- Raja Empat, Triton Bay and Aetna Bay, unmatched in biodiversity and coral life
- The Banda Sea and central Moluccas: Ambon, the Lease group and the Seram Laut group, offering both big fish action and great critter sites
- The islands in the Makassar Strait – Sangalaki, Derawan, Maratua and Kakaban – with mantas, barracudas, turtles, and non-stinging jellyfish!
- World-famous Komodo National Park and its surrounding islands
- Specialized wreck-diving cruises in Bangka-Belitung – exclusively aboard Uwetwo!
Trips have been carefully chosen, planned and designed taking into account our own experience, seasonal and weather patterns, and a desire to offer our guests great diversity, from wreck-diving adventures in the West all the way to the hidden islands and bays along the New Guinea coast in the East.
|South & Central Raja Empat||6-Jan-14||17-Jan-14||11||Sorong||Sorong||4,265|
|South & Central Raja Empat||20-Jan-14||31-Jan-14||11||Sorong||Sorong||4,265|
|South & Central Raja Empat||17-Feb-14||28-Feb-14||11||Sorong||Sorong||4,265|
|South & Central Raja Ampat||3-Mar-14||14-Mar-14||11||Sorong||Sorong||4,265|
|South Raja Ampat, Fak Fak, Triton Bay||17-Mar-14||29-Mar-14||12||Sorong||Kaimana||4,630|
|Triton Bay, Kei Islands||1-Apr-14||13-Apr-14||12||Kaimana||Tual||4,630|
|Kei Islands, Seram Laut, South Raja Ampat||16-Apr-14||28-Apr-14||12||Tual||Sorong||4,630|
|South Raja Empat, Halmahera, Bacan, Goraici||2-May-14||15-May-14||13||Sorong||Ternate||4,995|
|Lembeh, Bunaken, Toli-Toli, Borneo||2-Jun-14||14-Jun-14||12||Manado||Tarakan||4,630|
|Derawan, Sangalaki, Maratua, Kakaban||30-Jun-14||11-Jul-14||11||Tarakan||Tarakan||4,265|
|West Sulawesi, Toli-Toli, Bunaken Lembeh||24-Aug-14||5-Sep-14||12||Palu||Manado||4,630|
|Ternate, Morotai, North & Central Raja Ampat||23-Sep-14||6-Oct-14||13||Ternate||Sorong||4,995|
|Triton Bay, Kei Islands||22-Nov-14||3-Dec-14||11||Tual||Kaimana||4,265|
|South & Central Raja Empat||22-Dec-14||2-Jan-15||11||Sorong||Sorong||4,265|