Nomad Diver welcomes you aboard the Lalunia 26 meter long cruising live aboard sailing boat which has six luxury cabins on the bottom deck, four double cabins, two single cabins and bathrooms. The upper deck of the Lalunia has a play room, a conference room, and a dining room where welcome guests will be served delicious fresh seafood caught daily by the skilled local Indonesian staffs. In the play room there are DVDs, high tech audio visual equipment, plus a collection of books all in different languages and many favorite DVDs.
Nomad Diver is known for its after dinner parties, and a s a rule welcome guests are obliged to dance every night immediately after dinner and join in with noisy activities.. The upper deck of the Lalunia also has the kitchen, an additional toilet, and some diving back up facilities. On the upper deck, there is cozy outdoor seating both in and out of the shade. The open deck can also conveniently double up as a lodging area and if cabins are full welcome guests may fall asleep under the stars a s the Nomad Diver sails you through the night.
The Lalunia was built very recently in 2009 and the hull is made from iron wood and the decks of teak wood. There are two outdoor showers and three toilets with showers. The total length foot he Lalunia is 91 feet. The beam reaches 5.5 meters and the top cruising speed is a mere eight knots. The main engine is a Mitsubishi 6D20 and she has GPS/DS/Radio electronics. The Genset is a Yanmar 6kv.
Nomad Diver can run safaris for between five to fifteen days without having to call at port. Typically an adventure will start in Labuan Bajo in Flores and cruise around the Komodo National Park and around the little neighboring islands of Padar, Rinca, and Manta. Group numbers aboard the Lalunia can be as mall as eight or as many as ten. Nomad Diver also entertains the idea chartering the Lalunia privately and special arrangements can be made if necessary.
Customer review for: Nomad Dive in Komodo National Park