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One week Full Board, FLT & Transfer around $ 5,288 p.p. Prices are as a guide only, assuming UK flights (we offer worldwide departures), over low seasons. Please call for an immediate accurate quotation, or use our 'Quick Quote' tool for a better guide price based on your dates.

Why You'll Love Diving With Tiger Blue Liveaboard!

  • A liveaboard available for private sea safaris in Indonesia
  • See diverse wildlife, dive in crystal clear waters, and explore beautiful islands
  • Enjoy some of the best diving opportunities in the entire world

Tiger Blue Overview

Tiger Blue is a traditional 34m timber phinisi yacht which sails around the stunning islands of Eastern Indonesia. Designed with families and groups of friends in mind, a journey on Tiger Blue is guaranteed to be packed with unforgettable moments whether it be searching for dragons on Komodo, spotting birds of paradise in West Papua or snorkeling with giant manta rays over the coral gardens of Raja Ampat. Available for exclusive Private Charter or by the cabin on selected dates, Tiger Blue is perfect for family adventures, bucket list trips with friends, or simply escaping the stresses of modern day life.

Swim, snorkel or dive the sparkling, tropical waters or just kick back and relax either on board or on one of the many beautiful beaches along the way. Tiger Blue’s two tenders allow different guests the flexibility to enjoy a range of activities at the same time.

Eastern Indonesia has the richest biodiversity of marine life in the world. Sailing in the waters of the ‘Coral Triangle’, you can expect to see a wide range of corals wherever you go as well as species such as manta rays, turtles, mandarin fish and whale sharks, to name but a few. Venturing on to dry land, the crew will guide you to deserted beaches and through local villages where traditional ways of life remain virtually unchanged. The National Park on the island of Komodo offers the possibility of stalking the infamous Komodo dragon, while the challenge of scaling the steep slopes of the Raja Ampat islands can bring rewards of spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding seascapes. For those who prefer to explore above rather than under the water, there is also two sea kayaks and plenty of snorkelling equipment, with a dedicated snorkelling guide. You can have a go at wakeboarding, waterskiing and kneeboarding, and when the boat is outside of the national parks, try to catch some fish for fresh sashimi!

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