Tiaré offers a spectacular experience for divers as well as non-divers, with bright airy cabins, spacious bathrooms and a large front deck where you can socialize, eat under the stars or just relax in the Indonesian sunshine. There is also a separate diving deck with hot water showers to warm up after a night dive.
All indoor and outdoor living areas, decks, and cabins are made with antique teak salvaged from old Joglos, which not only gives the feel of “real Indonesia”, but has helped to reduce the use of Indonesia’s disappearing rainforests.
More like a 5-star hotel than a boat, the six cabins on Tiaré are your home away from home designed with relaxation and the perfect sleep in mind. You’ll enjoy soft linens and well thought out lighting and plug placement as well as spacious ensuite bathrooms, hot water showers and environmental friendly body wash and shampoo.
Two triple cabins are spacious enough to accommodate two adults and one child or three adults, with under-bed storage to ensure ease of movement around the cabin. The other four cabins, two twin and two double, accommodate two adults each for a maximum capacity of 14 guests.
With 14 guests on board Tiaré is comfortable and spacious enough for both a social atmosphere and space to relax and enjoy down time in the luxurious cabins.
Tiaré cruises in the stunning Indonesian archipelago with a number of different routes and departure and end points. From Bali, Flores and Komodo National Park, Alor and all the way to the pristine reefs of Raja Ampat, East Timor and the Banda Sea, Tiaré offers trips from 5 to 11 nights.
For the even more adventurous, the ‘Forgotten Islands’, a 1000 kilometre chain of islands stretching from East Timor to West Papua are where you will find more incredible dives and marine life than you could even imagine.
Halmahera is another more remote site situated exactly between Lembeh Strait and the Raja Ampat islands, in the centre of the Coral Triangle. Here coral experts have already recorded 450 species, which is more than half of the corals in the world!
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