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What a Wonderful World

What a Wonderful World

By Candra Dewi, Operational Director The Seven Seas. — Time flies, huh? Can you believe it’s December already and there goes 2017! Feels like it all happened just in a blink of an eye!!! My first born is in high school and my baby boy turned 7 years old this year.

Curious Creatures and Colorful Encounters

Curious Creatures and Colorful Encounters

My family reunited aboard the Seven Seas for a two-week dive trip around the Forgotten Islands, in celebration of my father’s 70th birthday and his retirement from a 50-year career in marine conservation, much of which was spent working in the waters of Indonesia and the Coral Triangle region.

(Un)Forgotten Paradise

(Un)Forgotten Paradise

Pulau Nusa Bun… Dawera… Nila… Nil Desperandum… Teva… You can roll these island names around your mouth like luscious lollies. Never heard of them? Neither had I until I joined The Seven Seas liveaboard for the dive trip of a lifetime.

My Seven Seas Story

My Seven Seas Story

By Peter Blumtritt, Seven Seas’ webmaster and online marketing guy. Working with the Seven Seas since more than 11 years and counting…

Commanding the Seven Seas

Commanding the Seven Seas

The Seven Seas and its operations are run by a wonderful Indonesian crew plus 2 western Cruise Directors, Mark Heighes and Karl Klingeler. The crew onboard consists of a team of hand-picked individuals that work together as a team. Some of the key crew members, just like our two Captains, have been working with Mark for over twenty years.

Brilliantly Led by a Master of the Sea – Komodo 2017

Brilliantly Led by a Master of the Sea – Komodo 2017

Komodo is a small island, a link in a chain of islands beginning with Bali, extending eastward, bounded on the west by Sumbawa Island and on the east by Rinca and Flores Island. Komodo is famous for its dragons, and some of the most challenging and beautiful scuba diving under the ocean.

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