been built by traditional boat builders on the island of Sulawesi, in the centuries-old tradition of a wooden Phinisi. The design and materials used guarantee immense strength and resilience of all key structural elements, especially the keel, hull and decks. Among others, they include a double keel and relatively smaller beam, to minimize rolling of the vessel in heavy seas.
Tambora has been sized and configured to comfortably accommodate a maximum of 16
divers in eight spacious guest suites, each at least 15m2 in size, and with a large en-suite bathroom.
Cabins have a choice of double and large twin beds (no bunk beds!) all
longitudinally aligned with the vessel, so our guests sleep in the direction of the vessel movement.
Each guest suite comes with a writing desk. If you like, you can fill in your logbook or review the shots from the day’s diving in the privacy of your own suite and
ample storage space for clothes, bags, books, magazines, etc.
Our large salon with separate dining and relaxing sections, offering enough space during mealtimes, as well as for chilling out over a chat and drinks with fellow divers, with a book in your hands, or working on your laptop. Three seeparate lounge decks – bow, aft and salon rooftop – provide enough space and privacy, and can be fully shielded from the sun - more about Tambora