The Indonesian archipelago is made up of over thirteen thousand islands and is located inside the Coral Triangle. Among these islands, Bali is one of the most popular tourist attractions. Of course, it is also home to a number of outstanding dive locations. As a result, the Island of the Gods is serviced by a number of Indonesian liveaboards. The length of live onboard will often depend on how many islands you choose to visit. Diving cruises are available in two types: motorized dive vessels and traditional Indonesian sailing boats. Motor yachts are less prevalent in Bali than sailing boats, and the majority of them are modest and comfortable. If you want a little more luxury, boat charter Bali very large cabins with ensuite baths and a classy dining area.
Plan your Live onboard
Your live onboard journey will start from Bali! Diving and exploring shipwrecks offers a unique and thrilling diving adventure. For diving lovers, Bali is a paradise to see the spectacular underwater beauty. The most beautiful USAT Liberty wreck in Indonesia, even the world.
The reefs on the USAT Liberty ship have been formed since 1942. The location of the USAT Liberty ship is not too far from the coast, about 15 meters, with fairly safe current conditions. This makes it easier for divers to move and approach the USAT Liberty location.
Japanese Shipwreck, Jemeluk Bay
This Bali private yacht charter will take you to Jemeluk Bay in Amed, where you may go diving. Amed is a magnificent underwater paradise in eastern Bali. Amed has several diving spots that showcase the beauty of coral reefs and fish varieties.
Some of the locations are unique; for example, you can witness the wreck of a Japanese shipwreck called “Japanese Shipwreck.” The underwater post box is visible while spot diving in Amed, which makes it even more distinctive.
Gili island live onboard
Every year, tens of thousands of divers visit Gili, usually to take scuba lessons and expand their expertise and training. Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air are three small islands that make up the Gili Islands archipelago. On Gili Trawangan, Manta has to be our favorite dive shop. Any of your scuba courses can be completed in Manta.
Shark Point is one of the most popular dive sites on Gili Trawangan. When you enter the water at Shark Point, you’ll be greeted by a coral reef plateau that drops to roughly 18 meters. Non-divers may find this frightening, but if you’ve ever dived with reef sharks, you’ll know that it’s an incredible experience! The black-tipped and white-tipped reef sharks that patrol these waters are actually quite shy and pose little danger to humans. Green sea turtles are abundant on Gili Trawangan, and Shark Point is a great site to see them.
Over 250 varieties of coral and nearly 600 species of reef fish may be found on the three islands of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. Furthermore, this archipelago is one of the Coral Triangle’s most biodiverse areas. From August through October is the optimum time to look for it. The Mola Mola lives deep in the ocean, but during certain months, they come up to the surface to be cleaned of parasites. Diving Nusa Lembongan guarantees the finest underwater experience you can imagine, with the famed Mola-mola (Oceanic sunfish) at Crystal Bay and enormous Manta rays at Manta Point.