Tiare

46m | 6 CABINS | 17 CREW
The 46-meter Tiare is a six-cabin liveaboard phinisi specially designed for diving among Indonesia’s most beautiful marine wildernesses.

Scuba Adventures

Conceived by five Italian cousins, she was built by master shipwrights in South Sulawesi and launched in 2016. Diving is at the heart of this yacht and she features a dedicated camera room to store underwater photography equipment, a PC and iPad for viewing and editing dive shots, and a spacious dive deck complete with hot water showers.

Seasons

General seasons, subject to change, repositioning fees may apply
April - September
Komodo National Park
USD $ 5,675 / night*
October
Spice Islands & Banda Sea
USD $ 5,675 / night*
November - March
Raja Ampat
USD $ 5,675 / night*
*Rates subject to 10% VAT

INCLUSIONS

  • All meals and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Service of the crew and cruise director
  • Activities and use of all water sports equipment
  • Diving for certified divers
  • Airport transfers to and from port

EXCLUSIONS

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • National park fees
  • PADI dive certification courses
  • Dive equipment
  • Nitrox
  • Dive insurance
  • Trip cancellation insurance
  • Medical and evacuation insurance
  • Repositioning fees
  • Crew gratuities

Specification

General Information

Year:
2016
Guests:
12
Cabins:
6 (2 king, 2 triples, 2 twins)
Crew:
17
Length:
46m (150ft)
Beam:
9m (30ft)
Draft:
3m (10ft)
Cruising Speed:
10 knots

Water Sports

SUPs:
Sea Kayaks:
Dive Shop:
Assorted equipment for up to 12
Tender 1:
Custom fiberglass tender
Tender 2:
Custom fiberglass tender

Deck Plans


Your Private Charter on Tiare

Tiare is a classically styled yacht featuring stunning interiors. She is suitable for diving or snorkeling focused charters between Komodo and Raja Ampat and provides an excellent value for the level of amenities provided.

To discuss planning the ultimate itinerary on Tiare, please get in touch.

 



Suggested Itineraries

Newsletter

Sign up to receive exclusive offers and
stay current on yachting in Indonesia.