This is the first time we spend our holiday in a ship. We sail and hop from one island to another. Let me start with good things. First and foremost is the service. The crews listen to what we need and try their best to fulfill it. The next one is the space, which is plentiful. In addition to bedrooms, we have two open decks we can use for whatever we want, actually including dining, napping and sleeping. Things they need to improve firstly is the quality of raw materials for foods. Mostly, they use frozen ones that decrease the quality of the foods. What amazes us is they use frozen fish while fresh is plenty in town. Secondly, cleanliness. They need to pay attention to details while cleaning, not just sweep and mop. They need also to provide plenty of towels: small, regular and beach, and should replace them everyday. Remember, we practically "live" there for three days. Everything we need to "live" should be provided. I can keep writing and writing to give this ship inputs, but given limited space, those are our impression. Please improve to attract more tourists.
Booked the 6d5n trip through Dive Indonesia and it ended up to be one of the best LOB ihave ever experienced.
The Vessel -- Beautifully built Pinishi vessel, very steady sailing, no one throw up / seasick during the entire trip. The open air deck is a great place to soak up some sun and looking into the milky way at night . All facilities are in working condition. The crew were fantastic, helpful and very accommodative. F&B is of local & western mix buffet style.
The Diving -- We are blessed with 2 very experienced DM Nun & Rama who guided us safely through some very strong current of Komodo. We enjoyed it so much.
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