Phinisi Boat Interior Photos – Seven Seas Liveaboard Dive Boat

Built in the traditional style of a Phinisi schooner from Sulawesi, the Seven Seas is one of the most beautiful wooden boats I've ever seen.

With nine cabins plus crew quarters, it's literally a floating boutique hotel, equipped for exploring the furthest reaches of the Indonesian archipelao in style.

In the last nine months, I've been lucky enough to join the crew for three unforgettable voyages to the islands East of Flores, Komodo National Park, and Raja Ampat. A lot of friends and family have been asking about what the cabins look like, what the dining room is like, etc., so I put together this gallery to show you the Seven Seas from the inside.

Check out the gallery below to see the photo highlights, or see the all the photo galleries from our Komodo liveaboard dive trip - from scuba diving, to aerial photos, to freediving, to the incredible wildlife in this amazing place. You can also see galleries from other Seven Seas liveaboard dive trips - my absolute favorite way to explore the awesome natural beauty and unique cultures of Indonesia.

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