At 33 meters long and 8.5 meters wide, the MSY Seahorse is a majestic and spacious vessel, accommodating up to 16 guests attended by 12 crew. With a 380 hp MAN engine, the ship has a cruising speed of 9-12 knots to ensure swift travel. All cabins have individually controlled air-conditioning, private en-suite bathrooms with hot water and plenty of room for storage.


The standard double cabins are 12 square meters and have two single 90 x 200 cmts beds, the 2 Deluxe cabins are 13.5 sq.meters, have a 150 x 200 cmts bed, desk, TV and dvd player, and the master cabin is 15 sq. meters, plenty of space for a 150 x 200 mts bed, big desk, TV and dvd player.

In general, they will offer 4 dives a day, each one of them carefully prepared and checked beforehand, reassuring the right conditions.


Breakfast will consist of fresh fruit juices, toast, coffee/tea, cereals and eggs any style to satisfy your morning hunger. Dinner hails from a long traditional of family home cooked meals in Spain. Seahorse takes pride in offering a delicious menu with their carefully selected and professional chef on board.

Sample Itinerary:

Seahorse offers a variety of itineraries going to destinations such as Komodo, Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, Triton Bay and Derawan.

  • The day starts with a satisfying breakfast.
  • After the first dive a full breakfast will be served, and in between eating and diving there will be spare time to relax on the sundeck, read a book, have a chat or check out the mornings digital photos on your laptop.
  • Lunch is served after the second dive and usually, a quick afternoon nap.
  • The food-dive-food routine follows after the third dive of the day, afterwhich you can enjoy a lazy late-afternoon on the sundeck, lounging back and soaking in the wonderful landscape with a cup of coffee or tea and some snacks.
  • Dinner is prepared after the night dive, and the food is excellent.

The Diving:

Diving from MSY Seahorse offers some of the best dive destinations in the world. You will see sights such as stunning hard coral gardens, creepy crawly critters, and millions of tropical fish. Visiting destinations including but not limited to Komodo, Raja Ampat, Triton Bay and Banda Sea, you are sure to be impressed by the variety the Indonesian waters have to offer.

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