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La Galigo Vessel
La Galigo Liveaboard was built by traditional Southern Sulawesi craftsmen in Bira in 2012. She is a traditional two mast style sailboat, which the local tribes of Bugis heritage refer to as a ‘Phinisi’.

"All interiors and the remainder of the vessel have been thoughtfully finished in tropical teak, with a combined weight of over 169 gross tons." Diana, UK

The main deck is home to the spacious living and dining area, which offers a large TV, well stocked bookcase, and many power points for charging laptops, camera and video equipment. 

For further relaxation, there are outdoor living areas where you can lounge in huge bean bags or hammocks and enjoy the tranquil ocean breeze. 

The Dining

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The Diving

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Scuba Diving Computers
Scuba Diving Fins
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Buoyancy Control Device

Boat Specification

Safety All Around

The Covid-19 Protocol in Liveaboard industry is compiled by Ibu Prameswari Gita , Mr Tom Simpson of La Galigo Liveaboard and Ibu Rani Bustar from KLM Kurabesi on request of the Ministry of Tourism for Raja Ampat.

Our Covid-19 safety practices have been considered based on communications from the World Health Organization (WHO), Divers Alert Network (DAN), PADI, and the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Please feel free to contact us or direct call or email our support team with any questions or concerns you may have. Read More >>

The Cabins