Why you should choose Coralia:
Free Nitrox, Free Wifi, Masseuse, Very experienced dive crew, Eco friendly, Winner of best Liveaboard from DIVE 2019 and 2021, Luxury and professional with delicious food.

Coralia has 8 spacious cabins for a maximum of 16 guests designed totally to provide you a stylish on-board sanctuary.
The luxurious cabins, as well as spacious decks with lots of relaxation areas coupled with delicious food, and most importantly the spectacular diving and snorkeling make this boat a winner. Coralia’s trips are led by 2 very experienced cruise directors Debbie and Jerry who have been leading liveaboard cruises all over Indonesia for more than 10 years each.

Coralia is a liveaboard that is committed to creating sustainable and unforgettable human-nature experiences, while conserving the oceans they cruise in and developing the local communities they work with.

As a classic Phinisi it was built in Bira, Sulawesi by the Konjo tribe, who have been building cargo ships for centuries.
Blending ancient techniques and wisdom with modern design and safety features, Coralia is one of the few Phinisi equipped with two engines.
Coralia is a project by Papua Explorers, who are renowned for exceptional service, quality and commitment to protecting the nature while developing local communities in Raja Ampat
Accordingly, they use reef friendly laundry detergent and bathroom amenities, biodegradable garbage bags, avoid the usage of single-use plastic, and make a point of employing and training locals on as many jobs as possible.
They collaborate closely with the foundation Raja Ampat SEA Centre, which was initiated by Papua Explorers Resort.

With Coralia’s length of 48 metres, her decks are spacious and offer plenty of spots to enjoy the view, dine, sunbathe or simply relax.
The sun deck is at the very top and the airy main and upper decks feature each an outdoor dining and a leisure area with plenty of cozy sofas and loungers.
If you prefer to cool down a bit, you can do so in the air-conditioned lounge and restaurant on the main deck and this includes the fish ID library and audio/video entertainment area.
There is free WiFi for guests, depending on the local cell phone reception.
You can also indulge in a soothing massage at the spa on the top deck.
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Coralia - schedule

Coralia - prices and what's included

Prices are per person per trip in USD based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.
Exact pricing is available on the schedule here as prices vary dependant on the time of year, destination and the length of the trip and sometimes special offers are available.

The trip price includes :
Full board accommodation with A/C in double/twin cabin with en-suite showers and toilet
Shore activities/excursions according to the program
Soft drinks, water, tea and coffee
All meals and snacks while on board
Diving activities (up to 4 dives/day)
Dive cylinders, weights and weight belts
Complementary Nitrox
Complementary dive equipment for returning Coralia guests and returning Papua Explorers guests
Cruise director and experienced dive guides, with a maximum of 4 customers per guide
Return transfers between the designated airport and the vessel on the days of embarkation and disembarkation
WiFi on board (depending of the local cell phone reception)
Government Taxes

The trip price does not include :
National Park/maritime areas entrances fee (see below)
Port clearance fee and fuel surcharge (see below)
International and domestic air, land, sea transportation, excess baggage
Visa, hotels and meals ashore before and after the cruise
Alcoholic beverages
Dive equipment rental (other than dive cylinders, weights and weight belt)
Dive insurance is mandatory as is your own personal dive computer (You can rent one for the trip if you do not have your own).
As well as the Mandatory Dive Insurance we highly recommend Trip and Travel Insurance on the off chance of missed or cancelled flights / lost baggage, documents, money or passport / Covid issues or any other unforeseen problems that could possibly occur.
Dive Assure Insurance offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package.
Onboard purchases
Private tours
Laundry
Crew gratuities

Port, fuel and park fees (changes are possible):
Raja Ampat: 295 USD per person per trip
Banda Sea and Forgotten Islands: 325 USD per person per trip

Booking and Cancellation Terms and Conditions.
Booking deposit: 30% of your invoice total is required within 7 days of booking to confirm your booking.
Final payment of 70% is due to 90 days prior to the departure date to complete your invoice payment.
Individual bookings made less than 90 days before the departure date will be payable in full upon booking to confirm your booking.
Cancellation at any stage involves forfeit of monies already payed.
Payment can be made via bank transfer, Wise, Credit or Debit card (Visa, AMEX, Mastercard) or Apple pay at no extra charge.

Discounts*:
10% discount on the cabin rates for returning guests (also applies for former Papua Explorers guests**) 10% discount on the cabin rates for non-divers / snorkelers
10% discount for triple-share in the lower deck double cabins
* The maximum combined discount is 15%.
** Consecutive stays on Coralia, right after the first time stay at Papua Explorers do NOT qualify for the returning guest discount.

Diving Equipment Rentals (USD) Per Day (Discounts for multiple day rental)
Full Set (regulator, octopus, BCD, wetsuit, mask, fins, dive computer) $ 65
Regulator with octopus $ 35
Computer $ 12
BCD $ 17
Wetsuit (shorty 3mm) $ 13
Mask $ 8
Fins $ 8
Torch $ 10

Coralia - Video

Coralia - cabins

The eight spacious cabins, designed by internationally renowned Deidre Renniers, offer modern comfort and style while incorporating traditional details.

  • Coralia

    Master cabin

  • Coralia

    Master cabin

  • Coralia

    Lower Deck Double Cabin

  • Coralia

    Lower Deck Double Cabin

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    Lower Deck Twin Cabin

  • Coralia

    Lower Deck Twin Cabin

Upper Deck Master Cabin
The four luxurious master cabins on the main and upper deck additionally each feature a private balcony, sun chair and outside sofa where you can indulge in the tropical scenery and never miss a sunrise or sunset.
Situated on the main and upper decks they are spacious and airy with a private deck and a total of 30 m² space.
Their names are Xenia, Tubipora, Anthelia & Ellisella. Each cabin is air-conditioned, non-smoking, and has a spacious private bathroom with warm freshwater showers, towels and hairdryer.
Environmentally friendly, natural soap and shower amenities are provided free of charge.
In the cabin itself guests will find cozy beds, a sofa, working desk and closet.
A safety box, regular and USB charging stations provide further comfort.
Video of the Master cabin

Main Deck Master Cabin
The four luxurious master cabins on the main and upper deck additionally each feature a private balcony, sun chair and outside sofa where you can indulge in the tropical scenery and never miss a sunrise or sunset.
Situated on the main and upper decks they are spacious and airy with a private deck and a total of 30 m² space.
Their names are Xenia, Tubipora, Anthelia & Ellisella. Each cabin is air-conditioned, non-smoking, and has a spacious private bathroom with warm freshwater showers, towels and hairdryer.
Environmentally friendly, natural soap and shower amenities are provided free of charge.
In the cabin itself guests will find cozy beds, a sofa, working desk and closet.
A safety box, regular and USB charging stations provide further comfort.
Video of the Master cabin

Lower Deck Twin Cabin
The Twin cabins on the lower deck are 22 m² and twin share-spots can be booked in these cabins.
They go by the names Merulina & Halomitra.
Each cabin is air-conditioned, non-smoking, and has a spacious private bathroom with warm freshwater showers, towels and hairdryer.
Environmentally friendly, natural soap and shower amenities are provided free of charge.
In the cabin itself guests will find cozy beds, a sofa, working desk and closet.
A safety box, regular and USB charging stations provide further comfort.
Video of the Double cabin

Lower Deck Double Cabin
The Double cabins on the lower deck are 24 m² and can be turned into a triple room when needed.
They are called Galaxea & Isopora.
Each cabin is air-conditioned, non-smoking, and has a spacious private bathroom with warm freshwater showers, towels and hairdryer.
Environmentally friendly, natural soap and shower amenities are provided free of charge.
In the cabin itself guests will find cozy beds, a sofa, working desk and closet.
A safety box, regular and USB charging stations provide further comfort.
Video of the Twin cabin

Coralia - itineraries

Not only underwater is Indonesia a paradise – with Coralia you visit secluded places, viewpoints to indulge in spectacular panoramas, bird watching spots and small hiking trails, depending on the cruise itinerary.
Kayaks and paddleboards will be available for you to explore the surroundings.
On some cruises you will have the opportunity to hear interesting presentations from marine scientists and other experts of that area.

Please choose your Itinerary

Raja Ampat (Misool and Dampier strait route)
Raja Ampat (Misool, Dampier strait and Wayag route)
Raja Ampat (Dampier strait and Wayag route)
Raja Ampat (Dampier strait and Batanta route)
Raja Ampat (Dampier strait, Batanta and Kawa route)
Raja Ampat and Banda Sea (Sorong to Ambon route)
Raja Ampat, Halmahera and Lembeh (Sorong to Bitung)
Raja Ampat and Halmahera (Ternate to Sorong)
Lembeh and Halmahera (Bitung to Ternate)
Forgotten Islands and Banda Sea (Saumlaki to Ambon)
Forgotten Islands and Banda Sea (Ambon to Saumlaki)
Banda Sea and Raja Ampat (Ambon to Sorong)
Cenderawasih Bay (Sorong to Manokwari)
Cenderawasih Bay (Manokwari to Manokwari)
Cenderawasih Bay (Manokwari to Sorong)

We recommend that you check your travel insurance will cover anything interrupting your travel plans as well as offer great dive insurance
We recommend Dive Assure Insurance as it offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package.

Some of the most frequently asked questions about Indonesia
When is the best time to Go - How to get to Raja - Raja Diving and the Dive sites - How to get to Komodo - Komodo Diving and the Dive sites - What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving - Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers - The Latest Indonesian Travel Information - Other general FAQs

Coralia - diving

Specifically built for dive cruises, Coralia is a diver’s dream come true!
The shaded dive deck has warm showers, a changing room, hangers, equipment storage and extra towels are provided for diving.
Underwater photographers are well-catered for, with a dedicated air-conditioned camera room on the main deck, providing individual camera stations for charging, extra towels and lighting.
The dive deck features a rinsing basket for cameras, as well as a camera table.

They dive in small groups with one dive guide accompanying four guests.
The dive team consists of our two experienced cruise directors who are also PADI instructors, and three PADI certified local dive guides.
Detailed briefings are held in our restaurant and equipment is set up by the lovely crew.
The two tenders bring you to the best dive spots and after a quick current check by the guides, you can immerse yourself into Indonesia’s abundant waters.
After night dives you’ll get warmed up with some hot chocolate and warm towels.

Nitrox is free of charge on Coralia, the tanks are 12-litre aluminum and they can cater for DIN as well as INT regulators.
A limited amount of 15 litre tanks are available upon request against a small surcharge.
For those who prefer to leave their dive gear at home, they have rental gear available for a surcharge and it is recommended to reserve it well in advance.
For guests who would like to refresh their skills, continue their dive education, and also for the newbies, there are PADI dive courses and specialties of all sorts.

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Raja Ampat Diving and the Dive sites
Komodo Diving and the Dive sites
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What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving
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