Queenesia II is an impressive 32meter/105ft long liveaboard that operates in Indonesia. Queenesia II was built in 2016 and is made of ironwood. Queenesia II can comfortably accommodate up to 16 guests in her 7 cabins: there is one master cabin, one main deck double cabin, three double cabins, and two triple cabins. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, refreshments, and mineral water, as well as tea and coffee, are included in the trip. Dives from Queenesia II follow a 1-to-4 dive guide-to-guest ratio.
Queenesia II will take you on a wonderful journey of discovery and excitement to locations that include Manta Point, Komodo National Park, Crystal Rock, Castle Rock, and Batu Bolong reef. All of these impressive areas are known for their impeccable diving, there pristine coral reefs, abundant fish life, and clear waters. Manta Point is a must-see as this dive spot is known for its large population of Manta Rays, Eagle Rays, Clown Triggerfish, and Unicorn fish. The average visibility in Komodo is 20 to 30 meters, and guests can see Manta Rays & White tip sharks. Crystal Rock is popular due to its colorful corals and diverse fish life, including moray eels, scorpion fish, as well as Tuna and Mackerel. Castle Rock is an excellent spot for seeing larger pelagic fish such as barracuda, trevallies, and mackerel. Sharks are often spotted here as well. Batu Bolong reef is covered in corals, anthias and other reef fish, sharks, napoleon wrasse, and Manta Rays. For macro lovers, there are nudibranchs in the shallow reef area.