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Land of the Giants

Every once in a while Seven Seas is contracted by a film production company. This time the shoot will take place in West Papua, formally known to me and many of you as Irian Jaya. Read More
Whale sharks

The Wild West of Papua: Let the Adventure Begin!

Down here in the Wild West of Papua, we can still have a glimpse back in time, to what it was like to dive in Indonesia 25 years ago. Not uncommon here to bump into some great whales, as we just did, mother with a calve! Read More
Whale shark, Triton Bay

Of Eagles and Aerial Photos – Raja Ampat

For anyone visiting Raja Ampat for the first time with a drone – you’ll find the views just as stunning high above the reef as they are below the surface of the sea. However, in some areas you might find an unexpected avian predator – the White-bellied sea eagle. Read More
White-bellied sea eagle

Raja Ampat Adventure 2019/2020

It all started with the contest Our World Underwater 2019 where I got the message that my photo “Mating Frogs” was named BEST OF SHOW and winner of 2 weeks Raja Ampat on the Seven Seas – a dream became reality. Read More
Turtle, Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat Colors

What a great start to our new season in Raja Ampat! We're all looking forward to a series of great cruises here in the next couple of months, before carrying on to Triton Bay later on. Read More
Diving Raja Ampat

Forgotten Islands – Making them Count

This last month, we were diving in the Forgotten Islands. A remote and isolated chain of volcanic islands surrounded by deep crystal waters, going from East Timor to Papua, in one of the deepest oceans on this planet. Read More

Seven Seas @ the 2019 Bali Triathlon

On Sunday, Nov 10th 2019, Laura and Guteri joined Herbalife Bali International Triathlon (HBIT) 2019. Laura is the daughter of one of the Seven Seas’ owners, and Guteri is the one asking you to fill in your booking form! ? Read More
Guteri Third Place

Tropical Orcas – East of Flores

In August this year while heading for Alor we had the privilege of sighting and following a pod of tropical orcas just south of Pantar Island, East of Flores. We stayed with the pod for over an hour. There were 2 males, 2 females and a calf. Read More

For more trip reports please see our Newsletter Archive and our Trip Report PDF Archive.

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