Ambai - BoatWallacea has been cruising and exploring Indonesia’s best diving destinations since 2002. From the highly famed world-class diving destinations like Raja Ampat and Komodo to the secluded off-the-beaten-track Forgotten Islands, and many more. We never stop to explore, and we would like you to join us in our adventure while enjoying the luxury of an Indonesian dive liveaboard experience.  The MV Ambai launched in July 2012 is specifically designed to provide the best experience in scuba diving. She accommodates up to 16 divers in great comfort and has 3 dive tenders, FREE NITROX, 4 dive guides and a western cruise director.


The MV Ambai, receives up to 16 divers in absolute comfort. Traditionally built from Iron wood and other tropical hard wood, the boat is however especially designed to offer the best liveaboard diving cruise experience.  Ambai Liveaboard has 8 boutique cabins with individually controlled air conditioning and ensuite bathrooms with hot water. An inside lounge and restaurant, large shadow deck areas and a Sun deck complete the common parts.  Photographers will enjoy a dedicated room for the maintenance and preparation of their camera, as well as a large screen in the lounge to share pictures and videos.  At the rear of the deck, a large dive deck extended by a platform offers an easy and direct access to the three dive tenders.  The staff aboard the Ambai is always ready to provide you the best service at anytime. All you need to do is to enjoy the dives, and let them take care of the rest - even loading and unloading your heavy diving equipment!


Raja Ampat:  World’s best region for marine biodiversity, schools of fishes, macro and outstanding landscapes.

Komodo:  A wide variety of dives: pelagic dives with sharks in strong currents, gentle drift dives, wall dives (colorful drop-offs, monumental boulders, seamounts, pinnacles and sandy slopes) and macro dives. You can also find manta rays, turtles and, if you are lucky enough, some whale sharks !

Forgotten Islands:  Large reefs lost in the sea on island arc with the inside presence of pelagic species (including hammerheads shakrks in autumn), macro on the islands Wetar and Babar , steep walls covered with black corals teeming jacks and napoleons on the islands of Watubela, barracudas and other pelagic species on islands Sermata

Alor & East Flores:  The very clear and nutrient rich upwelling waters brings in pelagics: sun fish (mola-mola), reef sharks and sometime hammerhead sharks, sailfishes. Whales also frequently pass through the strait.
Walls, drop offs, boomies and pinnacles  are colorfully colored –one dive site has a bottom literally covered with anemones; In Alor critters can be encountered in colorful reef environment and in the black sand bays  of Kalabahi and Biang.



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