News from the Dewi Nusantara Liveaboard

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It has been a while since sent the Dewi sent out their last newsletter. The ship is still safely anchored in Sorong harbour with half of the crew on-board. These are the guys who hold key positions to maintain Dewi Nusantara in tip top shape and keep her safe.

The Dewi wants to thank all their guests for their kind wishes and concern for all of our team. We all remain safe and well. We are all just itching to get back to doing what we love and welcoming you back on board but, we have to be patient.

The Indonesian borders remain closed to foreign tourists. There is much speculation about re-opening but nothing official. As soon as we hear anything official, we will share it with you. We would ask you to continue to remain patient at this time as we can’t tell you what we don’t know! We are evolving with the situation as it unfolds. Guest safety is and has always been our paramount importance.
By the 4th week of April: Indonesia ranked 9th on a list of 154 countries for administering the highest number of C19 vaccinations:- 1st shot: 7.2 million.- 2nd shot: 3.2 million.

We have begun with vaccinating the crew where and when this is available to us. We’ll be ready by the time we sail again that all crew members will be vaccinated. 

Learn more about liveaboard diving in Indonesia at: https://www.liquiddivingadventures.com

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