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Scuba diving the Indonesian Forgotten Islands by liveaboard

The Forgotten Islands, which are also known as the Southeast Moluccas (Maluku Tenggara), are a part of Indonesia. These islands are made up of a 1,000 kilometre (625 mile) long chain of archipelagos which stretch from Flores or Timor across to West Papua on the island of New Guinea. The best and only way to dive the Forgotten Islands is by liveaboard dive boat, which will take you to this very remote and isolated chain of islands. The best time to scuba dive the Forgotten Islands is in the dry season, which is from June until November. See below for the best liveaboards for dive trips to the Forgotten Islands.

Indonesia Coralia liveaboard review

This 48 metre (157 feet) Indonesia liveaboard accommodates up to 16 scuba divers across 8 cabins. The Indonesia Coralia liveaboard was custom-built for scuba divers and has luxury cabins with en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning and some have balconies. Western and local style food served buffet style, with an air-conditioned saloon and bar. The scuba diving includes itineraries of 9 days 8 night to 12 days 11 nights offering some of the best diving in Indonesia. You’ll have the chance to see many types of shark, manta rays, Mobular rays, turtles, whales, dugongs and much much more.

Indonesia Tiare Cruise liveaboard review

This 36.5 metre (120 feet) Indonesia liveaboard accommodates up to 14 scuba divers across 6 cabins. The Indonesia Tiare Cruise liveaboard was custom-built for scuba divers and has luxury cabins with en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning. Western and local style food served buffet style and fine cuisine, with an air-conditioned saloon. The scuba diving includes itineraries of 6 days 5 night to 12 days 11 nights offering some of the best diving in Indonesia. You’ll have the chance to see many types of shark, manta rays, Mobular rays, turtles, whales, dugongs and much much more.

Indonesia Gaia Love liveaboard review

This 40 metre (131 feet) Indonesia liveaboard accommodates up to 22 scuba divers across 11 cabins. The Indonesia Gaia Love liveaboard was custom-built for scuba divers and has cabins with en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning and some have sea views. Western and local style food served buffet style and fine cuisine.There’s also an air-conditioned saloon and bar on board. The scuba diving includes itineraries of 7 days 6 night to 12 days 11 nights offering some of the best diving in Indonesia. The chance to see many types of shark, manta rays, Mobular rays, turtles, whales, dugongs and much much more.

Australia Rum Runner liveaboard review

This 20 metre (66 feet) Australia liveaboard accommodates up to 16 scuba divers across 4 cabins. The Australia Rum Runner liveaboard was custom-built for scuba divers and has cabins with air conditioning and some have sea views. Western and local style food served buffet style with vegetarian and vegan options too. The scuba diving includes itineraries of 2 days 1 night and 3 days 2 night dive trips offering some of the best diving on Australia’s Outer Great Barrier Reef. The chance to see many sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, turtles, wrecks, dwarf Minke whales and much much more on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

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