Several of the top Diving websites, including DeeperBlue.net, have teamed up to complete a global survey of Divers. By taking the Quick Diver Survey you can Win a Live Aboard Trip to Indonesia courtesy of Archipelago Adventurer!
About the Survey
- This diver survey is being administered collaboratively by some of your favourite diving related websites, to help us better understand you needs and to better serve you.
- You are not required to provide any personally identifiable information, however, to enter into the drawing for the prize, you must provide your email address.
- By taking the survey you are not giving the prize sponsor nor participating sites any permission to contact you. We respect your privacy.
About The Prize
- 6 nights aboard the Archipelago Adventurer I liveaboard vessel in the critter capital of the world the Lembeh Strait.
- Unlimited diving during the stay on the first floating dive resort in Lembeh.
- The vessel is a 20 metre wooden vessel, housing a maximum of just 8 divers.
- With the Archipelago Adventurer I divers are never more than 5 minutes from the dive site.
- Opportunity to perfect underwater photography skills with critter subjects such as Rhinopias, frog fish, ghost pipe fish and mimic octopus.
- Dive with experienced local guides who understand the magical waters of the Lembeh Strait.
About Archipelago Resorts & Fleet
- Archipelago Resorts & Fleet is a new liveaboard operator focusing on the most sought after destinations in Indonesia.
- The Archipelago Adventurer I is the first floating dive resort in Lembeh.
- The Archipelago Adventurer II is the first liveaboard to focus operations in the Maluku Province, concentrating on the rich and intriguing Banda Sea.
- The luxurious Archipelago Adventurer II is a newly constructed 35 metre wooden phinisi with 9 spacious guest cabins.
- 18 explorers or 16 divers can cruise throughout the Banda Sea.
- Focus on fine dining, attentive service and a comfortable guest experience
- Archipelago Resorts & Fleet have raised the standards of luxury for Indonesian liveaboards.