Things To Consider Whenever You Triton Bay Liveaboard

Are you contemplating taking your first cruise? As with any vacation, there's plenty that you should know prior to you leave. Careful planning and realistic expectations can help you maximize the enjoyment of the destination or itinerary you pick. There are hundreds of vessels available around the world, so it's possible to go on a voyage that is endless.


What kind of vacation suits you the most? Are you looking for an adventure or a relaxing vacation? Are you in search of an inexpensive vacation or the trip of an entire lifetime? Do you want to view wildlife, gain new skills, or just enjoy yourself? It is important to ask the right questions and research your options before you book a trip.


Here at Konjo Cruising Indonesia, newbies are always welcome. We're here to assist you understand the options available on liveaboards, and plan your very first cruise with confidence.


Consider these points to keep in mind when living aboard a ship.


How much time can you devote to this trip? It's best to plan for at least a week to completely appreciate your Banda Sea liveaboard. And, don't forget that you'll need a bit of time to get off-gassing done before flying back home. If it's been a while since your open water course, you may have forgotten how much time you need. Our guide to flying following a dive will refresh your memory.

You will need to expend some energy when diving on your trip. Expert liveaboard divers suggest at minimum two days of take a break and relax prior to and following their trip.




What time of year are you planning on diving? This is an important consideration when deciding on a place to go. The majority of places have a liveaboard time that is open all year. This can restrict the places you can travel.

You should ensure that you know the existence of a certain species if your ideal holiday is centered around it. Divers ' favorite species like whale sharks and mantas rays can be found throughout the year in specific areas however, they only show up during migration in other areas.


When booking your Triton bay liveaboard the weather is also important. It is important to know the weather conditions for your specific dates. Weather conditions such as rain or wind can affect visibility and can even cause cancellation of trips.

You should also be aware of other seasonal considerations such as hurricanes that can cause tropical storms or high travel prices. Research the country you're going to and ensure there aren't any surprises ahead.


You may not discover the best Scuba diving location depending on your level of experience and expertise. These two factors combine to make the conditions that PADI commonly calls your personal limits to diving.


Your certifications are tied to your skills as a diver. All liveaboard cruise divers, some require advanced open-water certification or more. This assures that everyone in the group is comfortable with navigation and diving below 60 feet (18 metres).


Many liveaboards navigate through protected marine areas and marine parks, and some regions will require you to take the "check out" dive. During this assessment, your boat's dive staff will assess your diving skills in the water and determine the buoyancy level and general diving techniques are appropriate for the environment you'll be diving.


Aren't sure if your dive will get the chance to be considered? Explore our useful guides on improving your buoyancy and safe dive practices to refresh your skills and gain knowledge.




A mastery of the basic diving techniques is essential to having fun under water. However, it's not enough for experience. You can qualify as an advanced open water diver in less than 10 dives.


You'll feel more at ease on the water the more diving you take. This experience will help you to think clearly, think through problems and be more safe even under difficult conditions. You'll be more comfortable in different environments as you work on.


Operators might require that you've completed at least 10 dives. This is another condition for your safety, even although it might sound ridiculous. Make sure you bring your log book along whether the person who is in charge wants it or not.




The amount you spend on your trip can decide how many days you spend at sea, and where you will spend your time. You must make these decisions prior to bookingyour trip, and keep your other goals for the trip in your mind.


Decide up front which creature comforts you want during your trip. Luxury boats could include extras like private decks or hot tubs. Additionally, some budget-friendly models may offer dormitory-style rooms that are best designed for backpackers.


You can invest more in shore excursions, workshops onboard or even a diving class. It's not possible to see dragons during the trip to Komodo.


Remember to include permits and fees for marine parks in your budget. Also, you should plan for some expenses while traveling to and from your point of departure such as food, baggage handling, and taxis.


Tips are not a part of the liveaboard's advertised price. Anywhere between 10% and 20% is fair, depending on the service you received on board.


Always have a stash of cash to be prepared. Although emergency situations aren't common but it's always recommended to be prepared. Liveaboard divers must be covered by travel insurance. However, you may need to pay upfront and then seek reimbursement later.