Across the Indonesian Seas

Batu Rufus

3 different seas, 12 days of diving, 800 Nautical miles of navigation. A crossing from Raja Ampat to Lembeh Strait with an adventurous stopover in Halmahera!

It’s quite fascinating how diverse Indonesia can be. Both on land and underwater these sceneries can dramatically change within a few hours of navigation. The transition of pristine reefs to the dark volcanic sands, the changes of limestone to rainforest environments. Pelagic and enormous schools of fish that fill this amazing blue background.

Halmahera

Finally Lembeh strait the World’s macro capital, an insane spot in Sulawesi. Home of the rarest cephalopods, crustaceans, nudibranchs and other weird & wonderful critters. Some of these incredible creatures have been recently discovered in these mucky volcanic sands and now are spreading to other parts of the Coral Triangle.

The underwater World is simply breathtaking.

Tornado of Barracudas in Halmahera

Mermaid I, Raja Ampat – Halmahera – Lembeh Diving Cruise
January 22 – February 2, 2018

Marcelo Johan Ogata