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Indonesia liveaboard Raja Laut

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Diverse Travel has a special introductory offer on the new Emperor Indonesia’s MY Emperor Raja Laut.

Emperor Raja Laut is a beautiful traditional Dutch schooner-style sailing yacht and has spent much of the last 12 years sailing around Southeast Asia and is now under the renowned Emperor Divers’ brand and about to set sail around the magical Indonesian archipelago.

She has 12 berths and a high level of service, with seven crew and three dive guides.

“We are delighted to be able to offer MY Emperor Raja Laut so quickly,” says Jim Yanny, Managing Director of UK-based Diverse Travel. “She will be sailing the iconic diving areas of Raja Ampat, the Banda Sea and Komodo National Park. Guests can happily anticipate diving or snorkelling with mantas, hammerheads, whalesharks and wonderful macro life. We can also combine the liveaboard with land tours to meet the infamous Komodo dragon.”

The itineraries vary from seven to 12 nights, with prices from £2,999 per person for a seven-night package to Raja Ampat, based on twin share, including return international flights from London Heathrow to Manado, return domestic flights from Manado to Sorong, all airline departure taxes, seven nights shared cabin, three meals a day, afternoon snacks, one cocktail party on a local island, unlimited drinking water, tea, coffee, guide, 12-litre air tanks, weights, two nights half board at Manado Novotel Airport Hotel, all transfers according to the itinerary, and harbour fees.

Jim and Cary’s extensive knowledge of Indonesia, gained from having lived there for 12 years, means the team is well placed to offer clients in-depth advice on tailor-made Indonesian holiday itineraries.

www.diversetravel.co.uk

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