The Amira Liveaboard is one of Indonesia’s newest purpose built dive vessels, built in 2010 using traditional methods of construction and design she offers an authentic experience of seafaring throughout remote territories of the country. Despite her recent introduction Amira is backed by an experienced crew who have been diving these waters for many years, on board you can expect plenty of space to relax and soak up the atmosphere with a number of decks to choose from to spend your time. In total there are 8 cabins which host a maximum of 18 guests, all are equipped with individual controlled air conditioner plus an extra fan, minisafe, and en-suite bathroom with hot/cold water shower. The spacious dive deck enables easy and efficient kit ups whilst tender zodiacs are on call for speedy drops offs and pickups, Amira Liveaboard also boats it’s own dedicated camera room for preparation in comfort and ease.
When it comes to diving Amira offers an extensive cruise schedule largely focussing on eastern Indonesia, itineraries are carefully chosen and researched so that conditions above and below the surface are optimum for the time of year when the liveaboard is passing through. Well known diving destinations such as Raja Ampat and Komodo take up much of the schedule, here you can expect rich and diverse reefs, large numbers of schooling pelagics and plenty of critters, not to mention stunning topside vistas and dramatic landscapes. Lesser known destinations which will no doubt begin to feature more and more in the diving press over the coming years include the Forgotten Islands, Spice Islands and Ambon all of which offer wild, rich and pristine diving well off the beaten track.0