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Samata dive boat review

The luxurious Samata offers scuba diving liveaboard cruises in Indonesia. Indeed, the luxurious vessel specializes in custom made itinerary for charter groups. You can choose your own paradise to discover, including Raja Ampat, Komodo and the Banda Islands.

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Boat Cabins & Layout

The Samata displays a neat layout of 5 suites, welcoming 10 guests on-board. Most noteworthy is that the suites each have couches which can become beds when needed. Families or larger groups can then be accommodated thanks to the Samata’s flexible set up. Moreover, the 4 Deluxe cabins all feature plenty of space, a queen size bed, air-conditioning, large sea view windows as well as a private en-suite bathroom. In addition, the unique Master Suite also features a private outdoor deck, even more room space and a king size bed. Plus, all the cabins are fitted with modern high end bathrooms and quality European bedding.

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Samata’s On-board Facilities

Of course, the luxury extends to the entire vessel, with sizable communal areas and lavish outdoor spaces. First, the indoor area includes a spacious salon with leather couches and on-demande television and music system. Plus, you’ll find a generous reading library with books on multiple subjects and novels. Also, this rooms extends to a interior dining area, which is used whenever the guests choose so as the favorite dining spot seems to be outside!

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Furthermore, the outside’s dining room allows a stunning view of wherever you are in Indonesia. It also converts to a lounge area between meals as benches become day beds surrounded with more loungers, chairs and side tables.

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Vessel Layout

Built in 2006, the Samata offers a beautiful mix of traditional Indonesian phinisi style and modern European look. The 42 meters beauty displays 3 decks and all the latest technologies to optimize both the safety and the navigation during short and long voyages.

Moreover, the Samata can compare to the Alila Purnama in style and luxury. There’s also a few other boats that match the same criteria as the Samata on our Luxury Indonesian liveaboard list… worth checking this out!

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Scuba Diving with the Samata

Diving wise, nothing was left behind on the Samata. They offer to provide all diving equipment for all levels and types of divers. Indeed, the boat is fully equipped for scuba diving excursions to the destination of your choice in Indonesia. Whether it is Komodo, Raja Ampat or the Banda Islands, you’ll be assisted with experimented dive guides and instructors. Furthermore, the Samata also offers a variety of activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, island hopping, wake boarding, fishing, trekking, etc. Sounds like all is set for a luxurious scuba diving vacation here… !


Please visite the Samata’s website for prices & booking inquiries.

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.

Komodo Island

Diving in Komodo is all about action! It is BIG fishes land! With wonderful coral, it is just incredible diving all year round.

Komodo Island Diving Review

Wakatobi

Wakatobi has some of the finest coral in the world, amazing biodiversity and one of the best places in the world for macro photography! On the right day, the visibility can be outstanding!

Wakatobi Diving Review

Raja Ampat

Richest Reef in the World, Amazing Biodiversity, Wonderful Coral, perfect place for underwater photography.

Raja Ampat Diving Review

Gili Islands, Lombok

Diving in Gili islands is great for swimming with Turtles! It can also be a great spot to take your next diving course as the dives here are relatively cheap.

Gili Islands, Lombok Diving Review

Lembeh Strait

Best Muck Diving in the World! One of the Best spot in the World for Macro Underwater Photography. Amazing Biodiversity!

Lembeh Strait Diving Review

Bunaken, Manado

Diving in Bunaken is just fantastic for wall Diving, Coral gardens, endless visibility, incredible biodiversity. Also staying on an isolated island is something really special to experience!

Bunaken, Manado Diving Review

Tulamben

One of the best Wreck Dives in the World!!! And the most easy for sure, 30m from the Shore and starts at 4m deep! Fantastic Marine life and great Coral!

Tulamben Diving Review

Pemutaran, Lovina

No current, Good visibility, unusual Marine Life and one of the BEST Diving sites around Bali for Muck Diving: Puri Jati (P.J.).

Pemutaran, Lovina Diving Review

Padang Bai

Night Diving, Underwater Macro Photography, Resident Whitetip Reef Sharks, Huge green Turtles, and crystal clear water! Also a great Snorkelling spot!

Padang Bai Diving Review

Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island is famous worldwide for Wall diving with small caverns to explore. The reef and Coral are also great. A very nice wooden wreck from the 19th century: Anker Wreck.

Menjangan Island Diving Review

Nusa Penida / Nusa Lembongan

One of the best spots in the world to see the rare Mola Mola and the graceful Manta Rays! Big fishes and action with lots of sharks. Very good Visibility and stunning Coral.

Nusa Penida / Nusa Lembongan Diving Review

Candidasa

It is all about action! Big pelagic fishes, hunting action in the current, and many Sharks! Regular seeing of Hammerhead Sharks and Mola Mola!

Candidasa Diving Review

Bali

Diving in Bali is incredible for BIG Fishes, Macro Diving, Drift Diving and Excellent Visibility!

Bali Diving Review

Indonesia

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.

Indonesia Diving Review

Amed

Magnificent coral, no current, relaxed and easy diving, possibilities for night diving, good place for underwater macro photography, and a great snorkelling spot.

Amed Diving Review

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Dive spots reviews in Indonesia

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Lighthouse is a great dive site! Located in the North of Komodo Island National Park not far from castle rock and crysta...
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One of the best dive sites in Bali for muck diving and macro photography! This shallow black sand bay is host to all sor...
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Tatawa Kecil is a small island and is a magical world class dive site for a drifting! Be careful the current there can b...
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Crystal Bay is a very good dive site in Bali but reserved to experienced divers as the current can be quite strong and d...
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This is one of the best dive sites in Komodo national park. It is the best place to dive with manta rays. From September...
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Ghost bay diving site in Amed is an artificial reef with bottles, wheels, etc. But it is a wonderful place for underwate...
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Gili Selang is a new dive site and the area is still under exploration. The North of Gili Selang is full of surprises bu...
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Raymond's point is a vertical wall with usually strong current, making it an ideal place for drift dives in Bunaken. The...
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The Blue Corner dive site in Nusa Penida is THE place to drift dive in Bali! The current can be very strong and for this...
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This is one of the best dive spot of Komodo Islands national park! Not to be missed! This seabanks is full of fish with ...

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