Damai 1 & 2 are luxury liveaboards available for individual bookings to explore Indonesia’s hundreds of mystical islands, ancient cultures and protected wild life.
The traditional wooden schooners host only 12 guests at any one time in 6 spacious cabins. The design of the boat is simple and will appeal to all tastes, following a style the owner likes to call “casual comfort.”
A team of 20 people are on board to serve you at all times including 3 dive guides, ensuring a maximum 1:4 ratio of guides to divers and a schedule that runs like absolute clockwork.
You also have the liberty of choosing what you would like to have for meals and there is of course no obligation to participate in every dive. The staff on-hand make it their job to get to know you, in a very unobtrusive manner, making it a point to know where you left your sunglasses, prepare steamy hot drinks after your dive, and to know how you like your coffee in the mornings.
Other activities include diving, island trekking, visiting local communities and bird watching excursions.
Lightfoot Travel provides tailor-made itineraries that include daily tours and excursions, restaurant recommendations and bookings, and can incorporate Indonesia into a greater Asian holiday. Take a look at Raja Ampat Aboard the Damai as an example of a bespoke itinerary that we can create for you.
Damai Dive Cruises Information
- Location & Getting There
Damai 1 & 2 are luxury liveaboards available for individual bookings to explore Indonesia’s hundreds of mystical islands, ancient cultures and protected wild life. Depending on which months, the cruises go to Komodo Islands, Sumba-Flores or Raja Ampat.
The traditional wooden schooners host only 12 guests at any one time in 6 spacious cabins. The vessels offer the choice of single cabins, twins, doubles or spacious master cabins. The 2 Master Suites have a view of the sea, while the other 4 cabins are below deck.
- Dive deck
- Indoor & outdoor lounges
- Dining: Meals provided
Other than the main highlight of diving, there are day trips to stunning deserted islands, hiking, visiting local communities for a cultural experience, bird watching excursions, fly fishing, snorkelling and water sports.
Rooms are large enough to accommodate a family of 3 comfortably, but recommended for children at least 6 and up preferably who are confident swimmers.