Dive Damai’s newest vessel, the My Damai II, was built in 2011 by Pak Hadji Baso a highly respected traditional Indonesian boat builder. With a deck length of 40 metres and a beam of 9 meters (at its widest point) the Damai II is a spacious vessel perfect for an exhilarating ocean adventure.

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The below deck accommodation is extremely luxurious and each cabin has been finished with the highest quality furnishings. All cabins have a private shower, queen sized-bed and a separate day bed, and single or twin occupants can also be accommodated for. For those wanting ultimate luxury the stern staterooms provide a spacious and homely cabin with a private deck, sun loungers, super-king sized bed, two desks and an en suite shower.

The three large outside deck areas are used as outdoor dining facilities and an array of tasty Indonesian and international cuisine is available. Choose from a diverse list of dishes from the varied menu and relax as excellent chefs set to preparing a gastronomic treat to remember.

The Damai II boasts a massage spa and treatment area to unwind after a hard day's dive, an abundance of sun loungers and sofas to sunbathe on in peace, and two custom designed high speed tender boats to explore the beautiful Alor and local islands.

The boat is fitted with the latest diving, navigation and safety equipment to ensure you have a thoroughly enjoyable dive, exploring coral encrusted rocks and marine life. Furthermore the Damaii II has the largest dive station and camera room in the fleet and is a real treat for photographers, providing a perfect work station. The crew also pride themselves on the four guests to one diving instructor ratio which means the dives can always be personally tailored and different.

Why we love it

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After a long day diving, a massage in the spa is the perfect relaxing antidote.

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Key Info

Number of rooms

7

Eco Rating

3

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