Built and completed in Yangon, Myanmar in 2004, Nautica promises something different for the Andaman Sea liveaboard cruising scene. She is 24m (80ft) in length and 5m (17ft) across. Though not a huge vessel, she has three big advantages: One, she only takes 12 guests in five en suite cabins and one newly added budget twin cabin which is not en suite. Two, four cabins have a choice of double or twin bed configuration, and three, she is IMO certified to travel very safely in international waters.
MV Nautica has one master cabin on the top deck where the view canâ€™t be beat. Of course all cabins feature en suite (private) bathrooms which are well designed and well appointed. The master cabin is larger than the other cabins thus priced accordingly.
Speed: 12 knots
Size: 24 meters
1 master, 4 double or twin (can be reconfigured to suit) & 1 budget twin with bunk beds but no attached bathroom
Engines: Hino, 2 X 330hp
Generators:2 X 50 kW, 1 X 12 kW
Dive deck: 6 m X 4 m
Air Tanks: 18 X 11 liters
Scuba Diving and Cruising