Conceived by five Italian cousins, she was built by master shipwrights in South Sulawesi and launched in 2016. Diving is at the heart of this yacht and she features a dedicated camera room to store underwater photography equipment, a PC and iPad for viewing and editing dive shots, and a spacious dive deck complete with hot water showers.
Tiare is available to book by the cabin as well as for private charters, and she brings guests to the most fantastic dive destinations in eastern Indonesia in total comfort and style. From Flores, Komodo National Park and Alor, to the Forgotten Islands, the Banda Sea and Raja Ampat, no corner of Indonesia's most beautiful realm is left unturned.
All cabins, decks, indoor and outdoor living areas on Tiare are constructed from salvaged teak taken from former Joglo-style houses, creating an inviting and authentic ambience imbued with Indonesian history.
Tiare’s six air-conditioned cabins are designed to be relaxing havens, providing soft linens, well-situated lighting and plugs, under-bed storage, roomy ensuite bathrooms, hot water showers with eco-friendly toiletries.
Flexibility is key with the accommodation, making this the ideal yacht for families and groups. Two of the cabins feature king-sized beds plus one single bed to accommodate three guests. Four other cabins accommodate two adults each; two with king-sized beds and two with twin beds.
Tiare’s roomy, comfortable communal spaces make feeling at home on board easy. The bow area features loungers and couches for taking al fresco naps, reading books, counting the stars by night or sunbathing by day.
The air-conditioned indoor lounge features roomy, comfy couches and tables ideal for socializing and recounting the day’s dive exploits. Meals can be served here as an alternative to the main outdoor deck. On deck, tables can be converted into daybeds as part of an additional lounge space.
Tiare's main purpose is to transport guests to incredible dive spots in the Coral Triangle to see some of the most varied marine life in the world: pelagic species in Komodo, fields of colorful reefs in Raja Ampat, and enormous schools of fish and bizarre creatures among the Banda and Maluku islands.
Tiare cruising routes start and end in several different points, offering shared trips from five to 11 nights, spanning the rich aquatic areas from Bali to Raja Ampat.
For the more adventurous travelers, Tiare voyages to the rarely visited Forgotten Islands which stretch from East Timor to West Papua and feature even more mind-blowing dive sites, and to exotic and remote Halmahera between Lembeh Strait and Raja Ampat.
As seasoned divers, Tiare’s owners and designers have ensured that the yacht is equipped with the very best diving equipment, and that her crew always adheres to the strictest safety standards. Each diver is fitted with an electronic rescue and location system. Three dives per day and one nightly dive are offered, with four divers permitted in each dive group.
Tiare offers spectacular experiences for divers and non-divers alike. A fully equipped dive station with Nitrox, two kayaks, snorkeling equipment, and options for mainland tours to visit local attractions ensure a varied menu of excursions for all guests, while an onboard spa offers relaxing massages after a day of stimulating recreation.