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Richard wrote on September 24, 2018 at 5:02 pm
Thank you for 9 amazing days of new experiences and adventures through the Seven Seas from Bajo to Bali. Thanks a lot for the crew for making an already amazing trip even better. Komodo – Bali, July 2018.
Dinah wrote on September 24, 2018 at 5:01 pm
It was an amazing trip. Lots to see, lots to do. A big big thank you to all of the amazing crew members. I hope to see you all again next time. Terima kasih! Komodo – Bali, July 2018.
Gemma wrote on September 24, 2018 at 5:01 pm
This was an amazing trip. We saw lots of cool sea animals. The hikes were hard but worth it when you reach the top. The staff was so helpful and so kind. If it was me I would come back to the Seven Seas every summer. Komodo - Bali, July 2018.
Francis Hunt and Phil Marsh wrote on September 24, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Ditto for all the below. We can’t fouls anything. Komodo and Alor, June/July 2018.
Susan wrote on September 24, 2018 at 5:00 pm
To have a great crew, skilled bootie, a magician in the kitchen (Totok) with a bunch of wizards to help, constant beaming smiles (specially from Yovin) it is incredible. And on top of that we got amazing dives. Villages visits, walks on beaches, great conversation and new friends. Not forgotten the very able Karl. Thanks to all Seven Seas. Komodo and Alor, June/July 2018.
Larry and Jane wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:59 pm
A most wonderful adventure. Started off as therapy but soon blossomed into magic. The crew where always here ready, helpful and keen. So many new creatures snoozes between snorkels, gear dry every time we did a Komodo trip with seven seas in 2013. But in the opposite direction. So this was other new and old. Lots of discussion, laughs and companionship, so Mark thanks for all! Komodo and Alor, June/July 2018.
Andrea and Joseph wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:58 pm
The real true honest story of the Garden of the Eden.
A long time ago, God made two people. A men and a women. He gave them a magical marvelous place to life in the most beautiful place in all of the Creation. It was called the Garden of Eden. God told Adam and Eve that they should not eat one of his most precious beings in the Garden. It was a beautiful clam. Adam and Eve ate the clam. They were tempted by a beautiful mermaid. God found out and made them leave the Garden of Eden. They had to crawl up on to land and figure out how to life there, in the wind, and the dust, and harsh living conditions. They have been trying to comer back ever since. But some of them return to the sea. And specially to the Garden which they know called Coral Reefs. It allows them to spend a few moments in the place were there ancestors lived so happily. Someday maybe they would be able to return forever. Banda Sea, April 2019.
Charles wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:57 pm
Every dive was exceptional. In 48 years of diving in coral reefs I never had such a complete set of great dives. I have never seen so many species and extensive single species areas. I will definitely come back. Banda Sea, April 2019.
Alex del Olmo wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:56 pm
For all the Spanish guests to come: El viaje a bordo del Seven Seas ha cambiado mi vida. He estado en muchos vidas a bordo. Llevo un año entero viajando, buceando y filmando por todo el Indo-Pacífico. Sin duda, mi mejor experiencia ha sido con esta embarcación y equipo. Llegué a este barco por azar. Gracias a un cortometraje que vi hace muchos meses atrás en mi casa en Barcelona. Después de verlo decidí que sin importar el tiempo y el dinero bucearía a bordo del Seven Seas. Y el viaje ha cambiado mi vida. Dejé atrás mi trabajo en la universidad como profesor titular y me embarqué en una ventura personal y profesional con mi cámara y mi equipo de buceo. Algo en mi interior me dice que nos volveremos a ver muy pronto. Sé que no me equivoco. Many thanks and Terima Kasih to all the crew and of course to Mark. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Byron wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:56 pm
My second trip aboard the Seven Seas and I can’t wait to come back again. Thanks Mark and the whole crew for an awesome trip. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Sarah, Ken, Flynn, Wells wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:55 pm
The Laird-Kochey clan loved our first trip on the Seven Seas. We will be back and then we will know what a dive trip really is. Thanks for your patience with us figuring it out. Amazing captain -Mark- and fun making incredible staff/team/guides. So gratefully to you all for a beautiful trip to Raja Ampat. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Mez wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:55 pm
Thanks to all the guests and crew for an unforgettable trip. I ll be taking some very found memories home with me. I ll truly hope this won’t be my last time on board the Seven Seas. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Alex wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:54 pm
This was the best trip I’ve ever had. Thank you everyone so much for this trip. It was sooo fun!! Thank you crew and Mark. You were so cool. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Valerie May Taylor wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:54 pm
The best vessel, captain, crew, diving in the world. I know I been every where. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Jane and Peter wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:53 pm
Another amazing trip aboard the Seven Seas in Raja Ampat. Captain Mark and Captain Wahyu, took us on another epic journey undersea and over. Thank you for the terrific job that all the crew did. Not a fault to be found. Until the next trip. Adieu. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Carolyn Tyler wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:53 pm
This is perhaps my twelfth trip aboard the Seven Seas and my fourth trip with the owner Mark Hughes as captain/cruise director, and there will many more to come. The crew and dive guides are superb and I feel like I am coming home to family each time I step on board. Thank you again for you patience and diligent care!, (See you in October for the Forgotten Islands Trip). Thanks to Jane and Peter for organizing and to all the guest for making everything fun and to my sweetheart Angelo for overcome his fear of diving, to be my buddy, and for overcome his fear to swim with sharks as well. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Angelo Marcos Santos wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:52 pm
This was a life changing trip, learning through the patient cruise and experienced diving instructors plus Mark’s intuitive decisions on places and dive levels. I overcome my primal fears and dived with sharks and manta rays, in joy, peace, and wonder.
The stress of life was substituted for peace and calm, connecting with nature in a magical way.
Mark is a wise relaxed, fair, knowledgeable and experienced leader and captain. Whom has created an exceptional business, well organized, entertaining, quality service and excellent staff.
The whole staff are friendly, helpful and attentive, clearly they have tonnes of experience and intellectual knowledge to make us feel safe and satisfied.
Excellent food, excellent diving, excellent service in an excellent location.
I am now a diver and now proud sea-fairer, thanks to everyone from the Seven Seas. Thank you so much everyone look proudly to more magic on more journeys with Mark and the crew. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Don and Flora wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:52 pm
This trip was super phenomenal on all levels! The thorough coordination from the beginning to end. The amazing and outstanding care of all the crew. The off the chart case by the captain and the cruise director was truly a gift!! The food was outstanding, the dive care, and snorkeling was superb. All things and dive sites were incredible beautiful. Amazing!! Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Jamie wrote on September 24, 2018 at 4:51 pm
The trip was the most well organized adventure I have ever been on. Smiling and warm hearted staff. Captain full of excitement and knowledge. All around it was a 5 star cruise with consistent delicious food. I’m extremely grateful for Mark and his crew to never gave us a boring moment. Every day was magical. Suksema and thank you. Raja Ampat, March 2018.
Betsy & Joe wrote on June 26, 2018 at 3:48 pm
Coming from as far away as possible, 12 times zones (Lynchburg, VA), we just had to see the Komodo Dragons and the Nudibranchs, Cuttlefish, Pygmy Seahorse, and more Manta Rays than my camera could handle. Sevenseas made it all happen with comfort, efficiency (best dive deck and boat crews), hot showers, good Indonesian coffee, and the best desserts in the hemisphere. Tweaking the schedule due to weather changes and tides was seamless and smooth. A healthy mix of hikes with panoramic views, sandy beaches, and sunsets along with sunrise yoga and pushups on the ship’s roof kept us active and engaged above the water, too. And can’t wait to make a book from my 1000+ photos and relive the memories trip and again. Thank you, Sevenseas. Betsy – Joe. Komodo, June 2018.

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