The Lady Denok offers a luxurious liveaboard experience for up to 12 guests. During your trip, you’ll have the opportunity to dive with manta rays, kayak through turquoise lagoons. With guided dive cruises and bespoke birdwatching tours available year-round, there’s never a bad time to set sail with The Lady Denok.
About the Lady Denok
The Lady Denok is a 28-meter phinisi schooner. It was built by the world-renowned Konjo boat builders in South Sulawesi. With all the comforts and safety features of a modern yacht.
Inside the yacht, you’ll find 7 spacious en-suite cabins. They all come with hot running water, sea-view, and air conditioning. The chef serves delicious Indonesian, Asian, and European cuisine. Moreover, the indoor lounge and dining area provide a cozy space to relax and unwind. Coupled with a sundeck offering stunning views of the ocean and daybeds to lounge on, there’s no better place to soak up the sun.
Lady Denok is equiped with the latest in marine technology and safety features. Additionally, it has a desalination system to ensure you have access to fresh water at all times. The experienced crew of 12, including a cruise director, certified dive guide, and in-house chef, are here to make sure your trip is both safe and unforgettable.
Lady Denok Liveaboard offers cruises to four different destinations in Indonesia:
- Komodo National Park (May-September) – famous for its picturesque landscapes, diverse marine life, and sightings of Komodo dragons.
- Raja Ampat (December-April) – a marine protected area with an incredible variety of fish and coral, as well as stunning scenery above the water.
- Forgotten Islands (April, September-November) – a relatively unexplored region with diverse diving sites and volcanic islands inhabited by friendly locals.
- Maluku & Banda (April, September-October) – a historically rich and remote region known for its nutmeg, spice plantations, and impressive marine life.
All tours depart from Ambon, and Lady Denok Liveaboard offers bespoke birdwatching tours and the chance to spot rare marine animals like whale sharks and dolphins.