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We introduce you to the KLM Teman: a Phinisi with 5 fully equipped cabins that can accommodate up to 12 people, offering diving and leisure cruises through the Indonesian archipelago. Entirely built-in wood in 2017 in Sulawesi, our 36 meters long boat offers an incomparable charm and a unique way to discover the treasures of Indonesia. 

The boat sails seasonally between Komodo (June to September) and Raja Ampat (October to June). We can also organize cruises in destinations such as Banda Sea, Triton Bay, Sulawesi and Halmahera upon request.

Accompanied by a crew of 10 people at your disposal, the KLM Teman goes to the most remote areas of Indonesia for an unforgettable experience. Many activities will be offered on board: snorkeling, kayaking, trekking, paddle, beach barbecue, ...

Indonesia is well-known for having one of the most beautiful underwater life in the world: the diver's paradise. Our boat is of course suitable for dive cruises where the richness of Indonesia's waters is just waiting for you. 

Our 5 cabins (3 double and 2 triple) are all equipped with an ensuite bathroom, air conditioning and plenty of storage space.

Both shared and private cruises are available on board Teman, please visit the Schedule & Rates page for more information.

You will also find here our brochure if you want to know more about the boat and our destinations. 



Komodo National Park - June to October

Komodo National Park features one of Indonesia's richest and most biodiverse scuba diving. It is one of the best destinations as you can enjoy the culture of Flores and its traditional villages. Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Park is also renowned to be the home of the famous Komodo dragons.

Diving in Komodo would offer you the opportunity to see sharks, manta rays, turtules, frog fish, ghost pipefish and a wide variety of nudibranchs !

Raja Ampat - October to June

Located in the northwest tip of Bird’s Head Peninsula on Papua, Raja Ampat is the most eastern island of the Indonesian Archipelago. Translated by ‘The Four Kings’, the archipelago comprises over 1,500 small islands. It surrounds the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati, and Misool.

Raja Ampat is one of the most beautiful diving site in the world. You will be able to see reef sharks, manta rays, turtles, pygmy seahorse, nudibranch, ghost pipefish and rare endemic species such as the tasseled Wobbegong shark. It is also a site recognized for its large variety of corals.