The Cheng Ho is a long-standing fixture in the Indonesian diving cruise scene
The Cheng Ho is 109 feet (33.15m) long and 35 feet (10.65m) wide is part of Sea Safari Cruises Fleet. Detailed attention has gone into the design of Cheng Ho. The Cheng Ho mission is to make the guest forget that he is on a boat, by offering the best there is in diving and spare-time activities.
You can choose from a variety of cabins consisting of 6 Double, 4 Twin and 4 Single cabins. Each of the cabins is well-appointed and comfortable, and they all feature private en-suite bathrooms. While Cheng Ho normally accommodates a maximum of 15 guests, a full charter can take up to 24 if you have a group of that size.
The operator of Cheng Ho knows Indonesia's waters better than most and they can showcase all the best that the region has to offer. There is a roomy Saloon and Dining area as well as a separate cinema room! The Saloon also has the entertainment facilities you might expect including TV, DVD player, reading library and photo and video editing facility.
The liveaboard is a stunning , traditional wooden boat, facilitating the journey of its travellers into the mysterious Underwater world of Komodo.
So not only does a liveaboard trip on the Cheng Ho mean that you will be treating yourself to some top class diving, but you will also have fun between dives in making the most of the facilities of this spacious Phinisi schooner. If you are seeking one of the best liveaboards in Komodo and want to enjoy some of Indonesia's finest scuba diving from the luxury of a large and impressive Schooner, check out the mighty Cheng Ho.
The itinerary of the Cheng Ho was created to maximize the fun for the Divers, the dive sites are visited at the optimal time of year. This boat is different from other liveaboards, because it offers unique personalized lodging and service.
Cheng Ho considers food very important and follows the 'dive-eat-sleep' mantra
Part of its philosophy is also that even when sailing the hidden corners of Komodo, good food must not be forgotten, after all, an army (of Divers) marches on its stomach. The meals were designed by Divers because they know that the right food will provide an energy boost for subsequent dives. One the menu is also vegetarian food. International cuisine, local specialities and BBQs are the themes varied on safaris. The menus are not fixed and meals are served buffet style in either the air-conditioned Saloon or al fresco in the open-air dining area. Wine and spirits, soft drinks and beer are available as additional extras.
Sea Safari Cruises Fleet
Offer a wide range of diving liveaboard activities within the Indonesian Archipelago. Using traditional rigged Bugis Phinisi Schooners, constructed with at least three decks, the boats give you plenty of space to relax. Whether it is in the air-conditioned comfort of the large Saloon or lazing under the shade of one of the ship's huge sails, you will find it easy to unwind.
HOW TO GET THERE
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