Scubaspa’s luxury vessel provides excellent scuba diving, lavish spa facilities, gourmet cuisine, yoga sessions, non-motorized water sports. All of this combined with exploring stunning itineraries in Komodo, Banda Sea and Raja Ampat during a 7 to 10 days journey. Furthermore, you will be able to enjoy an outstanding service with a crew of 25.
About the Scubaspa ZEN luxury vessel…
Scubaspa ZEN’s Luxury Safari lets you explore outstanding Indonesian spots with diving and spa. This lavish yacht trip suits divers and non-divers with 7 to 10-day itineraries focused on either scuba diving, spa treatments, or both.
It is a custom phinisi-style yacht, built in 2012 and refurbished in 2020 for luxurious safaris. It has 9 high-class cabins and suites, hosting 20 people. The 53-meter vessel was created by South Sulawesi’s Konjo boat builder tribe and has two masts for stability and elegance. The yacht offers guests a mix of ancient romance, modern design, and technology while exploring unspoiled destinations.
Scubaspa ZEN’s crew of 25 delivers exceptional personal service to guests. There are multilingual dive crew, two spa therapists, a yoga master, and two chefs. The yacht boasts two masted decks for sunset cocktails, outdoor dining, and stargazing in the open-air cinema.
…And the itineraries
The cruise aims to exhibit the Indonesian archipelago’s best, featuring deserted islands, local villages, and stunning sandbanks. You’ll enjoy spectacular reef snorkeling and discover world-renowned dive sites with plenty of manta rays and sharks. However, please note that the itinerary may change depending on weather, seasonal conditions, and unforeseen circumstances.
From April to September, Scubaspa ZEN will take divers on incredible journeys on seven and ten night expeditions in Komodo National Park. Famous dive sites such as Castle Rock, Crystal Rock, the Yellow Wall of Texas, and Shotgun are sure to impress every diver.
From September to April, Scubaspa ZEN will take divers on expeditions in Raja Ampat. The Bird’s Head Peninsula, known for its exceptional biological diversity, is home to a staggering 574 coral species. Raja Ampat, which is located in the northwest corner of the peninsula, alone houses 553 coral species. It is the absolute epicentre of diversity.