Congratulations! So you’ve booked your first Si Datu Bua Liveaboard to Raja Ampat. The liveaboard trip is an experience unlike any other. Step aboard a ship and head to remote areas across the stunning island for relaxation, unbelievable diving, and unforgettable memories. This trip gives you the opportunity to catch a magical sunrise and go to sleep on the water, with a nice balcony at your doorstep. There is no better way to experience the Raja Ampat than on a liveaboard trip!
What to expect on Si Datu Bua Liveaboard ?
Are you running out of time and searching for a liveaboard that offers personalized service with diving and snorkeling at Raja Ampat? Your search ends here, Si Datu Bua Liveaboard offers ultimate services to enthusiastic travelers. This liveaboard offers a spacious outdoor deck with comfortable lounge areas that provide the perfect space to chill and relax on sunbeds. Si Datu Bua consists of three private cabins with two feature king-size and sofa beds, the other one king-size bed separate seating area with stairs leading to the top deck. All rooms feature ensuite bathrooms and feature air-conditioning. But, how are you supposed to deal with living on a liveaboard with a bunch of strangers for a week? No need to worry! Everything will be just alright and fun if you don’t do these main things!
What not to do on your first liveaboard trip?
Don’t pick the wrong cabin. Some travelers think that every cabin on a liveaboard is the same. You can choose from various options that include inside cabins with no windows to the ocean view or a room with a balcony. Variety cabins on liveaboards also come with different amenities. Pay careful attention to which type of cabin you decide and where it’s located on the board! Since you will be spending a lot of time on the boat, pick the best cabin!
Don’t forget about your friendly boat team. The onboard team works hard to make sure your liveaboard experience is everything you hoped it would be. Make sure to interact with the crew during your trip. They can also share fun stories and some information related to your trip. Take a little time to talk with the team whenever you can.
Don’t overpack. Whatever you pack, make sure to don’t overpack as even the most expensive cabins tend to be rather small. But, remember you are going to be on the boat with no access to any shop. Make sure that you are well prepared and have essential things you might need for the trip.Don’t play loud music in your cabin. If listening to the favorite playlist is a key part of enjoying a liveaboard experience, pack some earphones and your neighbors will thank you. Make sure to be respectful of your neighbors!