Harmoni coming next year

Harmoni coming next year

Harmoni 2

Under construction and set to launch in July 2020, the 48m Emperor Harmoni will be Emperor Divers Indonesia’s second liveaboard, and is said to be one of the few in the region to have two engines.

Built of Sulawesi ironwood, the three-deck vessel will offer the maximum of 20 guests up to three dives a day on itineraries that include Komodo, Raja Ampat and the Banda Sea.

It will have spacious dining and relaxation areas and massage services, says Emperor, with free nitrox and diving and safety equipment, and up to four dive-guides.

26 May 2019

Meanwhile Emperor has been keen to spell out the benefits of its existing 31m  “schooner-style” Emperor Raja Laut, which takes 12 guests and covers the same parts of Indonesia.

As well as free nitrox, these benefits include two large diving RIBS, port and park fees included in the all-inclusive pricing, departures guaranteed no matter how few guests are booked in, and wine with dinner – all of which will also apply to Emperor Harmoni.

All Raja Ampat cruises include a one-way ferry ticket from Sorong to Waisai in the pricing, and 10% discount is offered for early bookings.

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