The Duyung Baru presents a fantastic way to see the world-famous dive sites in Komodo National Park, the sites around the islands of Wakatobi and the areas surrounding South Sulawesi too. This traditional pinisi, an Indonesian two-masted sailing ship, measures 27 metres in length and caters to no more than 6 guests, offering travellers a unique and personalized experience.
Each of the 3 air-conditioned cabins is beautifully decorated and boasts an en-suite bathroom for added privacy. The communal areas on-board include a sun deck, saloon and dining area where guests will be served the finest food from ‘Yannie’s Kitchen’. Divers can enjoy tasty Indonesian classics with a western twist and a variety of snacks during the day.
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The Duyung Baru’s dive deck is fully-equipped and spacious, ideal as a relaxed and comfortable place to store your diving gear and prepare for each exciting dive. Duyung Baru boasts some of the most experienced and enthusiastic local dive guides who will be only too happy to reveal the treasures found beneath these waters. Anything and everything can be expected when diving at Wakatobi as over 1000 species of fish have been seen in these waters and each one is sure to be as unique and interesting as the next. Large and majestic manta rays as well as sharks are usually found in Komodo National Park and only add to the exceptional variety available in these waters.