Diverse Travel adds new Indonesian liveaboard

A new Indonesian liveaboard has been added to the worldwide offerings from UK tour operator Diverse Travel. MY Pindito is a 38-metre liveaboard, which sails the iconic dive sites in East Flores, Komodo, Raja Ampat and the unique Biodiversity Cruise.

She has six double cabins and two twin cabins all ensuite, individual climate control and daily housekeeping. The knowledgeable and friendly crew offer a five-star service, which extends to the dining room, with international and local food prepared by expert chefs, beer and wines.

The sun deck is a welcoming place to relax and catch the sun’s rays, and Balinese or aromatherapy massages are available. The dive deck is spacious, with equipment storage, rinse tanks and camera/charging stations. Diving is done from a well-equipped zodiac and the dive crew handle your gear, making sure it arrives at your dive site. Nitrox is available and new to the Pindito is rebreather diving, where guests can also do the rebreather course.

“Her sailing itineraries are varied and different, which makes her such a great choice for divers looking for that something a bit different,” explains Holly Gibson of Diverse Travel. “Komodo National Park, Raja Ampat, East of Flores and the Biodiversity Cruise is a rare chance to dive around Flores, Alor, East Timor and the Banda Sea covering 1100 nautical miles of biodiversity.”

Prices are from £4,625 per person for a 12-night package to Komodo, based on twin share, including return flights from London Heathrow to Bali, airline departure taxes, one-way domestic flight from Bali to Maumere, 11 nights full board accommodation, three dives a day and one night dive, free nitrox (for nitrox-certified divers only), one night Bed & Breakfast at Parigata Hotel, Sanur, Bali, all transfers and harbour fees.

www.diversetravel.co.uk

Mark Evans

Mark Evans

Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 20 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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