The Juliette is a budget-friendly liveaboard exploring the wonders of the Komodo National Park all throughout the year. With a flexible schedule and catering for up to 8 people, it is possible to charter the Juliette and have your own private diving holiday that is sure not to disappoint.
The Juliette was designed and constructed in the traditional style of an Indonesian Phinisi by the Bugis people in South Sulawesi in 2001. The Juliette is operated by a dive company, with knowledgeable dive crew that will help their guests get the most out of their Indonesian diving experience.
The main deck is home to the galley and the wheelhouse while the upper deck offers the chance to sunbathe amongst stunning panoramic views. There is also a dining table set up at the stern side of the upper deck where guests can enjoy their meal outdoors.
Cruising at 6 knots an hour, the Juliette offers a relaxing diving adventure exploring around the Komodo National Park. It also boasts a highly flexible schedule that can be catered to the needs and desires of the guests.
The dive guides are native French speakers with the ability to speak Indonesian and English too, so communication should not be a problem. Divers can expect to dive as many as 3 times every day, but this depends highly on the route chosen and the conditions of the water and weather. Guests can make use of the mask, snorkel and fins that are available on board for no additional fee.
The Juliette has 2 private cabins that each contain a double bed and a large open space with another 2 double beds and a single bed. The vessel hosts up to 9 non-divers and 8 scuba divers per journey. Bathrooms offer a seaview and are shared between all guests.