Diving with Amira

A regular dive day consists of 4 dives (3 day, 1 night) except for first and last tour days, during long crossings, or unfavorable weather conditions. Every time before heading out to the respective dive sites, an extensive dive briefing takes place on the nature of the dive site.

Every dingy is equipped with a radio transmission system and each diver can make use of a ENOS GPS beacon which Amira provides for the guests. Our 4 professional dive guides are assigned to each dive group with a maximum of 5 divers. Nitrox is available free of charge for divers with the adequate diving certificate and Nitrox courses are available for a fee.

The dive deck a safe port, equipped with perfect infrastructure

Every diver is assigned a personal diving station on our designated and fully covered dive deck. The equipment remains mounted on the scuba tank during the whole safari and will be filled on the spot. There are rinse tanks, boxes for your dive gear and lots of space to gear up. For photographers our huge camera room is directly accessible from the dive deck, so you can store your camera safely.


Your safety is our priority. Our primary goal is to provide safety to our guests, our crew and the boat. To achieve this we have spared no cost and no effort.

Safely built, safely operated

During the planning, construction and operation of the boat every effort was made to attain highest safety standards. For example, there are emergency exits on the cabin decks, smoke detectors all over the boat and a large number of fire extinguishers placed all throughout the boat. Of course there are also sufficient number of personal flotation devices and lifebuoys on board. To diminish possible interruption of operation we have all major technical equipment available in duplicate form. Equipment such as motors, generators, anchor vice, dinghies, compressor and the water filtration system to make drinking water.


Guest safety

Amira is the first boat in Indonesia to be equipped with the electronic emergency and location system ENOS (Submersible GPS beacon) for divers. This is a particularly valuable safety measure for our guests when diving in waters with strong currents. Also available is highly specialized medical emergency equipment and we pride ourselves to train our crew members in appropriate safety procedures.