Eight air-conditioned, en suite cabins – four double and four twin – offer comfortable accommodation for up to 16 guests. Warm and welcoming interiors feature materials and colors that evoke the rich heritage of the region.
Each room provides the perfect place to relax and recuperate after a day of diving adventures. Two of the double cabins are situated on the upper deck offering views of carefully selected anchorages in between dives.
Dining and Lounge Facilities
The Seven Seas is known for its restrained blend of quality and comfort. Expect delicious meals and sumptuous buffets prepared by the world-class onboard chefs, using fresh local produce, Indonesian specialties, and freshly-caught seafood.
From dive debriefs in the salon, delicious meals in the dining room, or cocktails on the sundeck, there is always a corner to reminisce about the day’s activities, quietly fill in your logbook or enjoy the sunsets.
Diving Secret Spots
Experienced divers searching for extraordinary adventures below the waves will find them on The Seven Seas. Explore the best spots across Komodo, Raja Ampat, the Banda Sea, and Forgotten Islands with some of the most pioneering, accomplished dive guides and underwater photographers in the world.
Everything you need for up to four dives a day is catered for from the spacious dive deck, including multiple compressors, a fully equipped dive shop, satellite communication, and three comfortable speed boats.
The Seven Seas Private Charters
Charter The Seven Seas for group dive adventures with friends or family expeditions. From the Forgotten Islands and East Flores, to Komodo, Raja Ampat, and Wakatobi, to the Spice Islands in the Banda Sea and beyond, The Seven Seas can be found sailing through Indonesia’s most stunning regions. There are no set itineraries. Instead, the crew use the time of year, weather, migratory patterns, and your personal preferences to put together the ultimate, customized itinerary.