The Seven Seas BlogTrip Reports & News
We, as a group, were so lucky to experience Raja Ampat, together, from the backyard of our home island, Bali. The most spectacular for most of us was swimming with the mantas, a most intelligent creature of enormity.
This report covers just two days out of a 25-day conservation trip with Seven Seas to Komodo, the Forgotten Islands, Banda, and Seram. The groupers and snappers of Sermata were special.
How excited I was when during the EPIC trip with the Seven Seas Live aboard in the Forgotten Islands, I was able to witness something extraordinary.
We have made a few changes to our office team recently and I would like to inform you of these as they are coming into effect this month.
I have never seen the Misool marine protected area completely deserted by the growing liveaboard industry, but there we were, on day 6 of the trip, without any other boat around us…
Having endured nearly 8 months of isolation, the idea of getting out of the house and joining a small team of committed conservationists on a trip of a lifetime on the Seven Seas didn’t require a second thought.
How the collaboration between communities, government, environmental NGOs and private sector can lead to effective conservation of the most diverse coral reef areas and fish stocks in the Forgotten Islands.
A full month aboard the Seven Seas. The crew and all travelers were double checked and found healthy and the seas promised to be calm and the weather would be sunny.
Over 1300 nautical miles during a 19 day expedition that skirted the Southern rim before crossing the deepest sea in relation to is size on the planet…the Banda Sea.
This trip from Ambon to Sorong was very special. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, resort and liveaboard-based diving at this time is essentially limited to Indonesian citizens and expatriate residents.