Waow liveaboard

Komodo, Raja Ampat, Banda Sea, Cenderawasih Bay, Forgotten Islands

Waow liveaboard

Update Feb 2018 – Waow is no longer in operation

Sail and dive the exotic islands of Indonesia in luxury aboard the MSY WAOW. This boat was completed in 2012 with the plan to make dreams come true for divers seeking adventure with style and comfort.

At 58m LOA with 3 masts WAOW is a huge vessel, built entirely from the finest Indonesia Ironwood. The dive deck is 40sqm, the on board restaurant is 30sqm, the shaded main deck is 125sqm and the sundeck is 75sqm. So there is no shortage of space for the 18 guests accommodated in 9 guest cabins.

WAOW has a crew of 22 who will cater to your every need in and out of the water. Maximum emphasis is placed on safety with all divers being provided with a Nautilus lifeline location system and three powerful tenders available for surface support.


Food is a mix of Indonesian and International cuisine freshly prepared with the best ingredients by the two resident chefs. Snacks are available all day. Coffee, tea, drinking water and soft drinks are free and one glass of wine is complimentary with dinner.

Other facilities on WAOW include a multi media system with movies and music, windsurfing and fishing equipment, a dedicated camera room for photographers and massage service.

  • Max divers: 18
  • Length: 58m. Beam: 11m
  • Weight: 800 tonnes
  • Cruising speed 8 knots, top speed 10 knots.
  • Engines: 2 x 500 hp
  • 2 compressors, 3 generators

WAOW cabins

There are 9 cabins for 18 guests. All cabins have private bathrooms and air conditioning.

2 Deluxe cabins are on the lower deck and 6 Superior cabins are on the main deck. All cabins have a double bed plus an extra single bed and a separate lounge area. All cabins have either windows or portholes for natural light.

There is one master suite on the upper deck that has a king size bed and also boasts it’s own sun deck.

Each cabin has an in room entertainment system with 100’s of gigabytes of movies and music to choose from.

Waow liveaboard photos