No one could deny the otherworldly beauty of the Komodo National Park. Located in the remote part of Flores, Eastern Indonesia, this mini archipelago radiate strong vibes of raw wonderland. Jagged mountains, undulating islands, savannah hills, and transparent blue ocean made a dramatic show from the Mother Nature. Here, sailing is the norm. Exploring the Labuan Bajo means embarking on liveaboard, cruises, or yachts and spend a few days sailing between islands and hidden dive sites. When you go for sailing, however, you are essentially leaving the comfort of a land-based home. But worry not, because the best Komodo liveaboard could provide the convenience of a home—if not better. One even compare the facilities and accommodations to be in par with a starred resort!
In this article, we are going to dig up what’s inside first-class liveaboard in Labuan Bajo. We are going to take a look how it would make you feel better for sailing the far-flung ocean.
Cabins on Many Level
The majority of basic liveaboard in Labuan Bajo has only one to three cabins with bunkbeds, which all located in the lower deck. Some of the second-class liveaboard may have a semi suite in the upper deck with double bed and ocean view windows, but that’s all. The best Komodo liveaboard, however, know that there’s many personal preferences need to be accommodated. Rather than a mere liveaboard, they resemble more like yachts—or mini cruises. Some of the most luxurious liveaboard Labuan Bajo that we know like Prana, Ayana, Alila Purnama, or the Plataran Komodo, have several cabins situated in the upper, main, and lower deck.
Cabins on the Best Komodo Liveaboard is Better than Your Room Back Home
Not to exaggerate anything, but we think that the rooms in these luxury liveaboard are better than our room at home. At least that’s for us. On each side of the queen size beds, you will be having nightstand and cabinets—which is truly a luxe in a sailing ship. You know, not many liveaboard could afford giving extra storage. They provide comforts of full-size drawers (some are even double, enough for your travel buddies!), smart TV, writing desks, tea and coffee maker, sink, ensuite bathrooms, and even separate toilets. If you have enough money to splurge, try the upper deck cabins. You will get spoiled with wraparound windows and oceanfront display every morning—and that’s alone is a treasured luxury incomparable with anything.
The Best Saloons on Komodo Liveaboard
The onboard living on first-class liveaboard is oversized gangways, decks full of clean sun beds, services bars, and some time alone in the book-filled library. It’s true that space is limited in a ship, but the these yachts are big enough to fits dining tables, kitchens, sofas, and loungers—and still provide abundant natural lighting presenting idyllic ambience.
Wide Storage Enough for A Week of Sailing
Everyone says that space is limited on sailing boats. Well, that’s true. On the majority of liveaboard in Labuan Bajo, travelers try to pack as light as possible. There won’t be enough space to store their clothes, diving equipments, camera, and everything else in the shared cabins. But the best Komodo liveaboard know how to accommodate this needs. Newer and more luxurious boats are more spacious. They are built with seafarers’ needs on minds. With so much storage available, you can even pack one-day-one-outift luggage to your suitcase and still find extra spaces!