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Master Liveaboards New Boat for Indonesia

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Master Liveaboards are excited to announce a new vessel in Indonesia
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Master Liveaboards are excited to announce a new vessel in Indonesia

Indo Master is a traditional phinisi style liveaboard, built from teak and ironwood. Launched in 2022, she is the very definition of a modern Indonesian phinisi.

Indo Master offers 9 cabins for a maximum of 18 guests. Below decks there are 4 traditional Classic cabins, with a choice of twin or double layouts. There is also a larger Premium cabin with two double beds for those who prefer to spread out on their trips.

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Moving above, there are two Premium twin cabins with ocean views and Juliette balconies. Finally, there are two glorious Superior double cabins that come complete with their own private exterior balconies. It may go without saying, but it’s worth mentioning that all cabins come with their own individual air conditioning and private ensuite bathrooms.

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Modern comfort from top to bottom

On the main deck there is a spacious bar, restaurant, and lounge area, commanding bright ocean views. And of course a dive deck with plenty of space for everyone and, towards the bow, a shaded outdoor lounge area. Finally, up top, there is a huge sun deck, complete with comfortable seating for those between dive snoozes.

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Indo Master will offer a series of itineraries from 7 to 13 nights in Komodo, Raja Ampat, and almost everything in between, showcasing the best Indonesia has to offer. Master Liveaboards are now taking bookings and have a series of launch offers that you can see, and book with secure payment options, on their website.

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Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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