The 52m, M/SV Amira is a luxury liveaboard offering diving itineraries to the best sites in Indonesia. Amira and her crew are dedicated to superior service and comfort. Amira has four double cabins on the upper deck plus 1 single cabin and 5 double cabins on the lower deck, accommodating a maximum of 19 divers. All of Amira's double cabins can be set as either twin or double and are equipped with en suite bathrooms, individual climate control, fan and mini safe. MSV Amira has a fantastic restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. There is a spacious lounge with television and sun deck offering the perfect place to relax after a thrilling day of diving.
Amira takes scuba divers to Komodo, Raja Ampat & Cenderawasih for astounding marine biodiversity. The Indonesian waters are home to over 600 species of coral and 3000 species of fish. A typical diving day consists of four dives including one night dive. All diving is done from well equipped dinghies with highly trained dive guides. An Amira Indonesia liveaboard diving holiday is a fantastic adventure. Reserve yours today.
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Included: VAT, Accommodation, Complimentary toiletries, Transfers/pickups from airport, Tanks, Weights, Belts, Dive master services, All meals
Excluded: Top Deck cabin surcharge 15 EURO per night - per person, Nitrox (11 Nights / 10 Dive Days: EUR 150, additional Dive Day: EUR 15) Nitrox is included in price for 2020, 15 Litre Tanks, Diving lessons, Souvenirs on board, Alcohol and Soft drinks, Tips, Dive, Travel and Medical Insurance, Port clearance & Harbour tax (between EUR$60 – 140 depending on trip), National park fee & Local fee (between EUR$65-250 depending on trip), Fuel Surcharge. These fees are subject to change and have to be paid at the time of reservation and before the start of the trip.
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Food & Drinks
If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.
The crew speaks English, German, French, Indonesian, and Italian.
There is diving gear available to rent on this boat. Please provide your rental needs on the booking form.
You will need to pay for the rental gear on board of the boat. Show prices.
Drawings & Vessel Layouts
- Year built 2010
- Year renovated every year
- Length 52 meters
- Beam 10 meters
- Top speed 10-12 knots
- Cruising speed 8-9 knots
- Engines 1 x 650HP and 2 x 350HP
- Max guests 19
- Number of cabins 10
- Number of bathrooms 10
- Tenders 3
- Water capacity 20'000 liters
- Fuel capacity 20'000 liters
- Freshwater maker 6'000 liters/day
Boat Navigation and Safety
- 8.7 Fabulous
- 3 Verified Reviews
- Vessel 9.3
- Crew 8.0
- Food 10.0
- Diving 8.0
- Value 8.0
Very nice vessel, good crew, but some improvements adviced.
We had a beautiful time on the Amira due to the charming and attentive crew, the wonderful ship with its large decks, huge cabin with bathroom and a few very nice divespots. Disturbing that every second dive had nothing to do with the briefing. Obviously the communication between the briefing person and the diveguides was not the best. „Premium“ needs more.
- Recommended for
- Ship and cabin, ginger tea after early morning dive, Mantas
Amira in Cenderawasih Bay - Whale Sharks
Amira is a wonderful boat - plenty of space for 18 divers, also in between dives without feeling crowded. The crew very simply amazing and service minded! We generally enjoyed the food very much - but sometimes some dishes were too spicy for my wife. And the diving highlight was diving with the whale sharks - other diving was generally also good, but not spectacular like the whale sharks.
- Recommended for
- The boat, the crew and diving with whale sharks
The boat and crew far exceeded our expectations.
The liveaboard experience was excellent. Wooden boats are different than steel hull boats, and Amira performed beautifully as a dive boat. The meals had something for everyone (including peanut butter and Nutella :-) and the seafood was outstanding. Diving and snorkeling was problem free, with easy access to great sites. As we sometimes sailed near and observed other boats, it was easy to be proud to be on Amira!
- Recommended for
- 1) The boat, Amira, is large and very comfortable in every way. 2) The crew, both on board and in the Zodiacs, were unexceptionally helpful. 3) The other guests were pleased with their experiences.