QueenEsia dive boat review
The 22 meters Queen Esia is a liveaboard operating scuba diving cruises in Komodo, Indonesia. The wooden vessel was built in 2014 in the traditional style of the Indonesian Phinisi ship.
Boat Cabins & Layout
The Queen Esia offers 3 cabins on-board and can accommodate up to 8 guests. The first cabin has a double bed, while the second room features two single berth and the last has 4 bunk beds. Indeed, the cabins various layout gives place to a much welcome flexibility for groups, couples and families. Moreover, each cabin has a small attached bathroom as well as individually controlled air-conditioning.
QueenEsia’s On-board facilities
The boat is equipped with a full galley and welcoming dining room with more than enough space for the 8 guests. The chef serves a mix of Indonesian, oriental and occidental dishes. The food is seasoned to taste, you can also ask if you have special dietary requirements.
Furthermore, as you step outside you will land on a big open air deck. Indeed, this deck features plenty of comfortable seating options and is the favorite lounging place. You can either lay in the shade or soak up the sun rays while admiring the everchanging view of Indonesia.
Scuba Diving with the QueenEsia
At the aft of the traditional phinisi and specially for the divers, the Queen Esia had a dive platform installed. Indeed, even if it’s not the biggest, it sure is efficient and make water entries and exits much easier. Moreover, the ship has a dedicated inflatable tender to help reach the best scuba diving spots. Finally, the professional team of dive masters and dive guides is skilled and experienced. Diving anywhere in Indonesia is a magical experience, but as we know, Komodo has something more!
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Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?
Check out the fabulous places where this dive boat travels to.
Note: some destinations may not be listed below, please enquire for more details.
Diving in Indonesia will suit every diver's hopes and desires. In a land of opportunity, dive spots range from those suited to beginner divers wishing to learn in perfect easy conditions to unexplored dive sites with fierce currents for those more experienced divers looking for a challenge.
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