Launched in 2011, Wellenreng is a 72-foot phinisi built in Indonesia for the local waters of Komodo and Raja Ampat. The wooden boat has a gorgeous wood interior and the latest modern equipment and safety features. Designed for small groups and private charters, there are only three spacious cabins with a lower double and single bed each. The cabins accommodate easily a couple, two singles or a family of three. All cabins have private bathrooms, individual air-conditioning, DIN power outlets and bathrobes.

The crew’s focus is in your comfort and service onboard is first-class and friendly. Wellenreng’s delicious meals are served in the large salon or outside under the stars. The sundeck is the perfect spot for relaxing and has both sunny and shaded areas. The salon is equipped with a flat screen television and audio system with an ipod connection. There’s a library for your enjoyment, and plenty of space to spread out and enjoy a quiet evening. Diving from Wellenreng is from a fiberglass boat, which also stores your dive equipment. Due to small group size, daily dive itineraries are very flexible, and private dive guide can be arranged. Between dives, snorkel, kayak, fish (when not in national park), use the video and photo processing equipment available – and for the best views, climb the crow’s nest!

Wellenreng has been designed to host a maximum of 6 passengers in 3 comfortable and nicely designed cabins. The Boat can be your small private sanctuary , located amidst a constantly changing tropical landscape!

This Is What All the Cabins Provide:

Ensuite toilet
Ensuite shower with hot and cold water
Individual air conditioning
Reading lights
Small desk
Lots of storage space
Daylight bulleyes
Several power plugs 220V

Honeymoon Cabin

The honeymoon cabin is equipped with a double bed and a single bed, and its internal structure is slightly larger than the double cabins. This cabin can accommodate two people, but can flexibly accommodate three people upon request.

Double Cabin

We also offer two double cabins. Each cabin can be configured with either a double bed and a single bed, or a double bed and two single beds. Each cabin can accommodate up to two people, but can flexibly accommodate three guests upon request.


Alor is a group of islands in the south of Indonesia, a small part of the Sunda Islands. It is located between the Flores Sea in the northeast and the Strait of Ombai in the southwest. Off the beaten track, Pulau Alor is a pristine part of Indonesia with colorful underwater worlds, deserted beaches and fire-breathing volcanoes.

Alor is considered to be one of the best kept secrets for nice muck-diving and amazing encounters of bigger animals like sperm whales, sharks or huge pods of dolphins. Even the infamous Mola Mola is often around and is likely to see. Muck-diving in Alor is very diversified and really incredible as you can find many strange and bizarre critters. Meet colorful rhinopias and beatiful nudibranches like you never did it before. Alor is a real highlight for macro lovers. Mandarin Fishes, frog fihses, pygmy sea horses and many different pipefishes are very common around Alor. The local reefs are still untouched and diving there offers a great alternative to many mainstream destinations of Indonesia. Ýou will find a wide range of hard and soft corals and big schools of fusilier, sergeant or tuna. In total there are at least around 50 divesites in Alor with many different highlights.

Above Water

Above water Alor is a real superb travel destination for all nature lovers. As a highly volcanic region you are going to find an awesome landscape and active volcanos that erupts almost every 30 minutes. Many exotic birds are home to this area. The climate of Alor is pleasant: from early April to October it’s almost dry and nights are often cold. Due to the lack of standing fresh water around Alor, mosquitoes are rare to encounter. During our cruises in Alor we are going to visit different small villages and get in touch with the local people. Alor is well known for it’s communicative people and their playful kids. As a matter of fact the local fishermen try to catch their fishes in an environmentally sustainable way to protect the local reefs and fish population.


The Komodo National Park is located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores. The Park was declared a World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, both indications of the Park’s biological importance.

The Diving

The Park includes one of the richest marine environments including coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass beds, seamounts, and semi-enclosed bays. These habitats harbor more than 1,000 species of fish, some 260 species of reef-building coral, and 70 species of sponges. Dugong, sharks, manta rays, at least 14 species of whales, dolphins, and sea turtles also make Komodo National Park their home.

Above Water

The National Park is named after the very famous Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) which is very common in this area. Above water you can find an amazing and untouched wildlife with a wide range of animals like wild water buffalos, wild pigs, monkeys, various birds and horses.


Raja Ampat, the “Kingdom of the 4 Kings”. This refers to the four main islands of the archipelago: Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo. With its more than 1,500 islands, the region lies west of New Guinea in the Indo-Pacific and belongs to West Papua/Indonesia. A unique, wild and partly unexplored nature.

The Diving

The wonderful area around Raja Ampat offers you different diving experiences from pelagic drift dives to magic muck dives. More than 1400 species of fish and more than 600 species of hard corals call Raja Ampat their home. This massive and amazing biodiversity is unique on our planet earth. Hundreds of awesome dive sites are waiting for you. Various diving experiences ensure that every diver will be highly entertained and come to his expense.

Raja Ampat is not only famous for his amazing reefs. You can observe a lot of big stuff like manta rays, mobula rays, schools of humphead parrotfish, sweetlips or various sharks like the Walking Shark and the Wobbegong. If you are lucky enough you may observe some dolphins or even whales. Beneath the amazing coral reefs and the big stuff around Raja Ampat you can observe a lot of critters like the deadly blue-ringed octopus, the funny wunderpus, mating mandarinfishes, the weird ghostpipefish, beautiful nudibranches or the cute pygmy seahorse.

Especially the wide range of pygmy seahorses are striking. You can find all known species – Bargibanti pygmy seahorse, Red Denise pygmy seahorse, Denise pygmy seahorse, Santa Clause pygmy seahorse and the Pontohi pygmy seahorse.

Above Water

Palms, white dream beaches, crystal clear water, breathtaking scenery and the most bio-diverse marine region on earth – welcome to Raja Ampat. The group of these fantastic islands is located in the northwestern part of Indonesia. It lies in the middle of the so called coral triangle. Above water you can find a stunning and beautiful area which is very famous for its birds. Only a few photographers, scientists and nature lovers find their way to Raja Ampat. Far away from mass tourism and civilization you can enjoy your holidays and experience the best gifts of mother nature.


At the eastern coast of Borneo at the Indonesian part – Kalimantan – diving is quite spectacular but still pretty unknown. Here in the warm Celebes Sea very diverse dive sites around the offshore islands of Derawan, Maratua, Sangalaki and Kakaban are waiting for us divers. In addition, the untouched south atoll of Maratua is waiting to get discovered by divers. During our cruises through these beautiful islands you will find great adventures under and above the sea.

The Diving

Fantastic diving areas with beautifully overgrown steep walls, current-rich channels with schools of fish and grey reef sharks, dozens of turtles in the “Turtle Express”, thresher sharks at the “Mid Reef”, the island of Kakaban with its unique “Jelly Fish Lake” (comparable to the one in Palau), Sangalaki with its manta rays and versatile macro diving sites are waiting for you.

Above Water

The islands are covered with tropical rainforest and palm groves. Endless white sandy beaches line the island and invite you to long walks. Unwind, visit local fishing villages, watch turtles hatch or take a jungle hike on Maratua.