Damai II is the 2nd boat built for the Demai Fleet. The 130 foot traditional Phinisi liveaboard dive boat was locally built and launched in 20011. The boat was designed to offer an amazing diving experience while onboard and a dedicated staff to provide fantastic service. While onboard you will enjoy Damai II’s all inclusive service which includes spa treatments through Damai II’s signature service. Cabins onboard are spacious, have modern designs, and include their own ensuite with 110v & 220v charging stations. There’s never a shortage of food onboard with the chef preparing both western and Indonesian cuisine. Special dietary requirements can be accommodated for if notice is given in advance.
Staff onboard are highly trained and go above and beyond to make your liveaboard dive trip memorable. Damai II offers a divemaster to diver ratio of 4:1, which means you’ll get exceptional service above and below the water. The dive deck is spacious and even has individual rinse tanks! A camera room and camera work station is also found onboard. You’ll find plenty of space to stretch out and relax after your dives on one of the 3 leisure decks.
Damai II’s itinerary schedule is set up to follow the Indonesian seasons ensuring you are in the best weather for the time of year! With only 7 cabins this is a great boat to book as an individual or as a yacht for charter with a group of friends.
Damai II offers a variety of Indonesian itineraries ranging from 7 to 12 nights. The Damai II liveaboard cruises famous Komodo Island, Forgotten Islands, Raja Ampat, and Alor. Raja Ampat represents 75% of world marine life. There are numerous coral species, and divers can swim with mantas and turtles and wobbegongs sharks. Of course, Komodo island is well known for its Komodo Dragons.
Contact your travel specialist at Ultimate Dive Travel for more information on available itineraries!
Damai II FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers
Visibility can vary from 51 feet to over 100 feet! This is never a real concern because of the enormous diversity of life in Indonesian waters. Our expert dive guides will always check currents, temperature, and visibility prior to a dive. We dive the best dives at the best times to find the best wildlife. Go with the flow, you won’t regret it. Temperatures can vary from 30C/86F to (rarely) 17C/65F but a normal range for most areas is 26/76F to 28C/82F. A 3mm wetsuit usually suffices with a hooded vest as a backup. Take advantage of our onboard dive equipment if you are cold, this is free for our All-Inclusive or Repeat guests. Currents are what make the Indonesia’s diving so special and can vary, the dive team will always check the current prior to a dive. If a dive is called for in a current it is because there is something extraordinary to see. If we feel that a diver’s experience is not adequate we will recommend that they sit a dive out or often the Cruise Director will personally escort the diver to ensure safety. Safety is our priority. We have years of experience in the business so please trust our judgment. We want you to come back and enjoy the experience again.