TEMAN LIVEABOARD

TEMAN LIVEABOARD


The story of KLM Teman starts in the southern part of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, where she was handcrafted by local shipwrights and launched in June of 2017. During the construction, a rich variety of wood types were carefully selected and dried. Teak and iron wood; Ulin, Nona-lara and Merbau, were combined and placed in a way that would make the most out of the different characters, textures and strengths of each wood. This phinisi schooner was designed to explore the Indonesian archipelago in comfort and style.

With 5 spacious and comfortable cabins, Teman can host up to 12 guests on board. She sails seasonally between Raja Ampat, Komodo and Maluku Islands. Trips to areas like Triton Bay, Halmahera and beyond can also be planned upon request. Specializing in scuba diving and adventure cruises, Teman and her crew look forward to welcoming you on board and sharing with you the gems they have discovered during their 20 years of experience sailing across Indonesia.

Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard

TECHNICAL DATA

Overall Length: 36 m/118 ft

Deck Length: 28 m/92 ft

Beam: 7.5 m/25 ft

Draft: 2.4 m/8 ft

Masts/Sails: 2/6

Cruising Speed: 6.5 knots

Maximum Speed: 9 knots

Engine: Mitsubishi 6D22-6 270hp

Fuel Capacity: 2x3500L

Gensets: 40KVA & 22.5KVA

Electrical system: 220V/50Hz (EU Sockets)

Watermaker

Freshwater reservoir 2x3500L

Compressors: 2xBauer air compressors, Nitrox membrane NRC 500L

Safety and Communication

Safety and Communication

2 inflatable life rafts (capacity 30 people in total)

Life rings

Fire extinguishers

International Standard First Aid Kit

Emergency oxygen

2 Garmin GPS

2 Sounders

An Icom radar

3 VHF Icom radios

An SSB radio

2 tenders; watercraft & wooden dinghy (Yamaha 40hp)

Diving Equipment

Diving Equipment

20x12 liter aluminium tanks

4x15 liter aluminium tanks

10 sets of ScubaPro equipment; BCD model T-One and regulator model MK2

A selection of 3mm long wetsuits, open heel fins with booties and a variety of masks

Crew

Crew

We have 8 to 9 crew members on board at all times.

A western cruise director with years of experience in the Indonesian waters.

He is a native English speaker and a PADI instructor since 2004.

Two Indonesian divemasters.

The boat crew are all local Indonesians; a captain, a mechanic, two steerers for the tenders/deck hands, a cook and a roomboy.

 

CABINS DATA

Cabins

Sulawesi Cabin - Double

Located in the rear of the boat, it is the most wanted room available with a queen size double bed and a huge window for you to enjoy everyday's view during our cruise. The cabin has access to a private bathroom and air conditioning as in any of our cabins.

 

Celebes & Seram Cabins - Triple

Located in the heart of the boat, they are the biggest rooms available with a queen size double bed and a simple bed. Those 2 triple cabins have a desk and several storage areas for convenience. The cabins may be brighter across the roof window if you open the small curtain.

 

Banda & Flores Cabins - Double

Located in the front of the boat, these cabins are spacious and can even welcome children bed if needed. Storage, air-con, private bathroom, ... They are equipped with all the accommodations you need.

 

Cabins amenities

Air conditioning unit with remote control

En suite bathroom with hot water shower

Integrated storage space

Two portholes and a hatch

Electrical outlets (EU)

Reading light

Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard
Teman Liveaboard