Mona Lisa is a 33m scuba diving liveaboard that cruises to the best dive sites in the Komodo National park region of Indonesia. Departures are from Labuan Bajo in the Flores region of Indonesia. You will arrive from Denpasar Airport (DPS), Bali into Labuan Bajo (LBJ) by domestic carrier which takes about 40 minutes.
She was completely renovated in 2006 to a high standard to accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins. The black-sails of this traditionally built wooden sailing boat, known as a phinisi, are a well-known site around Komodo. She is also powered by a 255HP engine and comfortably cruises at between 8.5-10 knots.
Dives are scheduled up to 5 times a day including a night-dive and you will also have the opportunity to participate in island excursions (led by a park ranger) to experience the world famous Komodo dragon in it’s own habitat. These magnificent creatures will take your breath away. Nitrox is available. Her Indonesian crew of nine and a multilingual cruise director, as well as an experienced dive master who knows the sites well, will tend to your needs as you enjoy this idyllic land with breath-taking dive sites.
On board the Mona Lisa you will teak interiors lend the ship a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
The main deck comprises a salon which doubles as the dining room, and a library offering a collection of books about the local fauna, flora and history. There is also a TV and a DVD player for immediate viewing of your photos. The bar offers beer, wine and other alcoholic drinks. Mineral water, soft drinks, coffee, and tea are available 24h.
The lower deck provides cabin accommodation for all guests and crew, as well as the engine room and storage.
On the upper deck there are deck chairs and space for relaxing both in the sun as well as in the shade.
Meals are of international standard with a focus on seafood.
The Mona Lisa liveaboard welcomes a maximum of 12 guests in her 6 guest cabins. The cabins are all en-suite and are air-conditioned.
6 Guest Cabins
All the cabins have both a double bed and a single bed arranged into bunks. Some of the cabins can be arranged for either twin sharing or double occupancy.