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

Our four luxurious master cabins on the main and upper deck additionally feature each a private balcony, sun chair and outside sofa, where guests can indulge in the tropical scenery and never miss a sunrise or sunset.

All our cabins are named after coral species – a tribute to the stunning underwater world of Indonesia. So may we introduce:

our ocean view cabin on Coralia Liveaboard Indoensia

on the main and upper decks are spacious and airy with private deck and a total of 30 m² space.

Their names are Xenia, Tubipora, Anthelia & Ellisella.

Master Cabin Video
cabin with one double bed on our Coralia Liveaboard in Indonesia

in the lower deck are 24 m² and can be turned into a triple room when needed.

They are called Galaxea & Isopora.

Lower Deck Double Cabin Video
cabin with two seperate beds on our Coralia Liveaboard in Indonesia

in the lower deck are 22 m² and twin share-spots can be booked in these cabins.

They go by the names Merulina & Halomitra.

Lower Deck Twin Cabin Video


Aboard Coralia you will be well taken care of by our dedicated local crew, with a 1:1 staff-guest-ratio. Our housekeeping will make up your cabin daily and also do a turn-down service in the evenings. A laundry service is offered against a small fee.

Coralia’s journeys are led by our very experienced team of cruise directors Beat & Desi and Jerry & Debbie. They have have excellent knowledge of sailing Indonesian waters and many years’ experiences in service and hospitality ensuring you enjoy five-star service offered on board.

Our competent captain Hengky from Flores Island has been working at sea since 1995, first starting off as a tender driver alongside the famous Larry Smith. Since then, Hengky has been a captain on ships all over the world, including Africa, Eastern Europe, Maldives, South-East Asia and the South Pacific.

Coralia Liveaboard's service team
Our chef Joe with his famous doughnuts
Service team on Coralia Liveaboard


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.

We dive in small groups with one dive guide accompanying four guests. Our dive team consists of our four PADI certified local dive guides and our two experienced cruise directors who are also PADI instructors. Detailed briefings are held in our restaurant and equipment is set up by our lovely crew. The two tenders bring the divers 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, we’ll get you warmed up with some hot chocolate and warm towels.

Nitrox is free of charge on Coralia, the tanks are 12-litre aluminium and we 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, we 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, we offer PADI dive courses and specialties of all sorts.

manta ray underwater in Raja Ampat Indonesia
one of Coralia's dive boats at a sandy beach in Raja Ampat Indonesia
impressions taken while scuba diving in Komodo Indonesia
dive deck of Coralia Liveaboard
a school of fish underwater in Raja Ampat Indonesia
dedicated camera room on the main deck of Coralia Liveaboard


Not only underwater is Indonesia a paradise – with Coralia we visit secluded places, viewpoints to indulge in spectacular panoramas, beach excursions, villages visits, bird watching spots and small hiking trails, depending on the cruise itinerary. Kayaks and a paddle board will be available for you to explore the surroundings.

On some cruises, we will have the opportunity to hear interesting presentations from marine scientists and other experts of the area.

top view of our cruise ship Coralia between islands of Raja Ampat
endemic birds of Raja Ampat Indonesia
a place we visited with our cruise ship Coralia in Raja Ampat
local ladies of Alor Indonesia
our cruise ship Coralia Liveaboard in between islands of Raja Ampat
dragon in Komodo national park in Indonesia


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. Here you will also find our fish ID library and audio/video entertainment.

We provide free WiFi for our guests on board, depending on the local cell phone reception.

After a busy diving day, you might use the opportunity to indulge in a soothing massage at our spa on the top deck. If you’d like little presents for those waiting for you at home, you can get them in our small souvenir shop on board.

airconditioned hangout and television area on our Coralia Liveaboard in Indonesia
area for reading and sunbathing on our Coralia Liveaboard in Indonesia
sunbathing area on the top deck of our cruise ship Coralia in Indonesia


Our air-conditioned restaurant as well as our outdoor dining areas are the perfect spots to indulge in the delicious creations of our chefs and their team. Joe was trained in Bali and he has previously delighted the palate of everyone at our renowned Papua Explorers resort. Iwan has previously catered to guests on board river boats in Germany, bringing some home favourites from Europe.

From early breakfast before the first dive, followed by a large breakfast, over lunch, afternoon snacks, right up to dinner, you will be spoiled with highlights of local and international cuisine – some healthy, some wholesome, but all freshly prepared and definitely very tasty. Vegan and vegetarian options are available, and there will always be additional snacks such as cookies and a fruit bowl throughout the day. All meals are served buffet style, and once per cruise we will have a mouthwatering barbeque night.

Water, coffee, tea and soft drinks are complimentary aboard Coralia. Further we have a selection of beer, wines and spirits on our menu.

sample of our culinary buffet on Coralia Liveaboard Indonesia
Buffet lunch on Coralia
sample of our culinary buffet on Coralia Liveaboard Indonesia


Aboard Coralia the safety of our guests and crew is the highest priority, so we have installed comprehensive, modern safety features on board. These are regularly maintained, and our staff is well trained to use them in emergency situations. Please refer to the detailed list below:

  • Man Overboard (MOB) device
  • EPIRB (Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon)
  • Satellite phone
  • 4 x 20 persons inflatable life rafts
  • Life vests
  • Life rings
  • Safety flares
  • Smoke detectors in each cabin
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fire balls
  • Fire hoses
  • Fire suppression system
  • Fire escape masks
  • First aid equipment
  • Emergency oxygen
  • Nautilus LifeLine
  • AED (Automated External Defibrillator)



LENGTH (LOA)48 m / 157 ft
BEAM9.10 m / 30 ft
ENGINES2 Mitsubishi Marine, 500 HP & 360 HP
SAFETY4 x 20 persons inflatable life rafts, life jackets (40 pcs), buoys, safety flares, smoke detectors in each cabin, fire extinguishers, first aid equipment, emergency oxygen, AED, Nautilus LifeLine, hyperbaric chambers in Bali, Makassar, Manado and Jakarta
WATER TANK10,000 litres + desalination unit
(capacity 8,000 liters per day)
FUEL TANK12,000 litres
SCUBA TANKS45 x 11 litre, 6 x 15 litre, 2 x 8 litre
COMPRESSORS2 Bauer, NRC Nitrox membrane
TENDERS2 x 8 m fiberglass dinghies, each with 2 Yamaha 40 HP outboard engines
CREW20 crew and 2 cruise directors