Save 20% on the KM Blue Manta

30th June 2016   |   Sandro Lonardi

Check out this deal! Diviac is now offering 20% off a last-minute sailing to Komodo. This 8-night itinerary conveniently leaves from Bali and sails to Labuan Bajo through Komodo National Park. You’ll touch some of the best dive sites along the way including a few where drift diving with manta rays is a definite possibility!

Also thanks to a canceled charter, Diviac can now offer 20% off a 10-night cruise across the Banda Sea on the KM Blue Manta. Because the Banda Sea is usually only dived during repositioning cruises, it’s rare to find an itinerary like this one. It’s even more rare to find a discounted Banda Sea itinerary. Book this not-often-sailed itinerary on Diviac and save big on your next diving holiday.

Do remember that these offers are only valid on the KM Blue Manta and cannot be combined with other money saving offers or promotions.

KM Blue Manta

The Blue Manta is 148 feet (45m) long and 30 feet (9m) wide. Aboard this ship you can enjoy guided dives, partner dives, wreck diving, muck diving and snorkeling. Every little detail of the Blue Manta is arranged to make sure your dive safari holiday becomes unforgettable. The Blue Manta mission is to make you forget that you are on a boat by offering the best there is in diving and spare-time activities.

This liveaboard is a beautiful yacht, a platform for the restless modern-day adventurers who want a glimpse of the underwater beauty of Eastern Indonesia. The Blue Manta's schedules were set so Indonesian destinations can be explored under the best conditions.

The boat has 3 types of cabins: deluxe double cabins on the upper deck, deluxe cabins on the main deck and deluxe twin cabins. The boat is air-conditioned. For the time when you are not diving, the Blue Manta features many entertainment options including movies and audio-video entertainment.

The Blue Manta is prepared to ensure the safety of every diver. It carries first aid kits, a vhf radio, emergency oxygen kits, lifejackets, and all cabins are equipped with speakers, fire and smoke alarms.

Indonesia

Indonesia consists of 13,466 islands between Southeast Asia and Australia. With 25% of the world’s species of fish, and 15% of its coral, this beautiful country is a must for any passionate diver.

Indonesia has some of the most beautiful dive spots in the world, and it would be impossible to visit all of these locations during one trip – so you will certainly need to come back.

Diving in Indonesia gives you the opportunity to enjoy beautiful coral reefs at sites in Amed and Bali, along with deep trench dives on the islands of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida.

For the more adventurous, Ambon and Laha provide excellent “muck diving” through parts of the ocean filled with trash. Although not for the faint of heart, these muck diving locations provide safe havens for seahorses, dragonets, pipefish, and other creatures protected from larger predators by the abundance of garbage. These dives are a great opportunity for dedicated photographers.

Being just below the Equator, the water temperatures in Indonesia remain low to mid 80s Fahrenheit (high 20s Celsius), with a visibility of 50-100 feet (15-30 meters).

Deal Details

  • The offer is valid on the August 25th departure from Bali and the September 15, 2016 departure to the Banda Sea.
  • The discount can be applied to new bookings made after June 30, 2016.
  • Valid only on the KM Blue Manta.

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