Carpe Diem is a traditional 34-metre two-masted phinisi yacht built in 2014, features 4 ensuite cabins, accommodating 7-10 guests onboard.
It was on 15th February 2012 and following 400 years of tradition; The Carpe Diem Phinisi began to become the beautiful vessel that you see today.
Carpe Diem is a traditional 34-metre two-masted phinisi yacht built in 2014 using the finest teak and
ironwood and finished to an exception standard with the focus on attention of detail and aesthetics.
She underwent a major enhancement in 2017 to make her suitable for full time diving operations and
liveaboard trips under the watchful eye of her new owners. (Both Divers)
Carpe Diem features 4 air-conditioned ensuite cabins, each one finished in warm teak and solid wood
panelling, accommodating between 7-10 guests onboard depending on group composition.
On the main deck there is a double master cabin (Pala) with large windows on three sides and
panoramic views, separate shower and bathroom and plenty of storage space.
Below deck, there is 1 twin/double ensuite cabin (Cengkeh) and well as 2 triple ensuite cabins (Kayu
Manis and Pandan), each featuring a double and a single bed.
All cabins have individually controlled air conditioning units, private bathrooms and are fitted with
several power outlets (220v).
Inside, the saloon comfortably seats 10 around a large table, with an adjoined galley.
Whilst outside on the main deck, guests can dine al fresco, with the dining space also doubling up as a
casual area for relaxation/dive briefings etc. with unrestricted sea views.
On the upper deck, guests will find a huge spacious relaxation zone fitted with sun loungers and
beanbags which is great for relaxation or yoga.
Carpe Diem is also equipped with 2 x Kayaks and 2 x paddleboards for guests’ use.
The foredeck houses a dive station, tanks and compressor.
The Carpe Diem’s crew includes 2 internationally qualified Dive Masters and all available diving
equipment is available for guests as part of the overall price.