MSY Seahorse

MSY Seahorse

The MSY Seahorse liveaboard diving boat is 33-meters in length, offering the best scuba diving trips sites in Indonesia. The Seahorse Liveaboard diving vessel combines traditional craftsmanship with modern facilities. Built in 2005, the MSY Seahorse Phinisi was fully renovated in September 2018, and now provides a high-quality facility and excellent liveaboard services. The vessel has the latest navigation and safety technologies.

The MSY Seahorse liveaboard diving boat caters for a maximum of 16 guests and has 12 crew members at their service. The dive ratio of guide to divers is 1:4. The vessel offers eight cabins which offer various layout options. There are six shared twin cabins and two double cabins that provide a comprehensive view of the sea. Facilities available in the cabin include air conditioning, private bathrooms with hot showers, towels, toiletries, toothpaste, soap, and shampoo.

The MSY Seahorse liveaboard diving boat has a spacious lounge area with a dining area inside the yacht. It has a large sun deck where you can comfortably relax after diving, or in between diving activities.

The Seahorse is equipped with two air compressors and also has a low air compressor fitted with nitrox membrane. The nitrox system is free of charge for qualified divers. If you don’t have the necessary qualification yet, you can take the MSY Seahorse liveaboard diving course onboard. If you are traveling with dedicate camera gear, Seahorse liveaboard offers an assortment of tables outside and a dedicated camera room indoors.

MSY Seahorse liveaboard diving boat itineraries vary while on board. You can choose among the best Indonesian destinations, including Raja Ampat, Komodo, Banda Sea, Sulawesi, Misool and Wakatobi. Raja Ampat is the most famous dive site offering the most vibrant marine life. You will see many coral and fish species during one dive. Komodo is known for its diverse underwater landscapes and amazing macro dives. You can swim with tiny turtles, pygmy seahorses, and nudibranchs at Komodo dive site. The Banda Sea is one of the few destinations where you can see a school of hammerhead sharks. Sulawesi is accessible daily for diving activities and capturing mimic octopuses, frogfish, and more.

MSY Seahorse liveaboard diving boat offers itineraries in various months, where Raja Ampat is only available from December to May. The boat explores Komodo Island when the water temperatures range between 27-30 Celsius during July, August, and September. These months are considered the dry season and are considered the best time for diving, as diving visibility is increased at this time of year.