Sailing on Komodo Liveaboard

Komodo Liveaboard is a journey to complete an act of vacation revenge and to make up for the happiness that was delayed, to satisfy the eyes, mind, and certainly make us smile endlessly.

Sailing on Komodo Liveaboard

Natural preservation and local wisdom from the nature of Flores are very unfortunate if avoided or rejected. The time wasted on this island is worth it and not in vain, when you are on the Komodo Sailing Trip, everything around you seems so pleasing to be seen with big smiles and arms stretched out to greet the coming sea breeze.

But before you’re welcome on board, make sure at least you bring your medical equipment, swimwear, bug spray, shoes, and please do not litter in the ocean or the ship in the Komodo Island Sailing Tour.

Panorama from Komodo Liveaboard

Komodo Liveaboard puts you in front of a stretching cluster of islands waiting for you to anchor there, even though you will later return to sail on the Komodo Island Sailing Tour. The beauty of the island of Flores is waiting for you to enjoy it, full of life warmly.

You can take pictures or videos with a camera or drone to look for a good aesthetic angle for personal satisfaction or social media, name it, all the same. But make sure your camera doesn’t fall into the water. Don’t miss the sparkling pink sky mixed with the blue silhouette.

Or watch the splendor of the star-studded night sky, while laying on your back and stretching out your arms over Komodo Cruises Labuan Bajo.

Underwater tour on Komodo Sailing Trip

Lots of Komodo Diving Liveaboard on this island, but diving at the right current will lead you to find unique marine animals that are hiding from the currents that come behind corals and rocks.
In this current cycle, you can encounter surgeonfish, snapper, batfish, other small fish, grey reef sharks, giant trevally, tuna, barracuda, humble manta sharks, or large green turtles who are not shy about being photo models.

Or dive at sunset into the darkness of the ocean with a torch in hand to meet other ocean-watching creatures, then return to the Komodo Liveaboard from the chill of to bathe in warm water and join in for the dinner under the bright moonlight, whose light shines across some of the ocean.