NUS Seafarers has organized a series of voyages, including the following.
Revival of NUS Seafarers after a 4-year hiatus, featuring two voyages visiting almost 20 islands each in the gorgeous archipelago.
Natuna Sea: Connecting the Dots
Sailing from Batam to Terempa via Natuna Sea, observing giant sea turtles at dawn.
Journey through the Andaman Sea
Restoring from the fast-paced tech-saturated lives, reflecting on the past, and engaging in kayaking, caving, snorkelling, hiking and navigation through the Andaman Sea.
From Langkawi to Phuket
Kayaking through and exploring curious Thai caves on Tarutao Island and Ko Phi Phi, and getting great chances to snorkel at Hin Daeng, the best dive spot in Thailand.
Java to Borneo by Sail
A 14-day visit to Jakarta, Kepulauan Seribu, Karimata and Pontianak, gaining great insight into local tourism industry and economics.
Recess Week Volcano Voyage
How might one fathom the vastness of the biggest explosion in human history, the Krakatoa eruption of 1883?
Sail to Krakatoa
Our first visit to Anak Krakatau and Sunda Strait, while gaining insight into the entrepreneurial culture in Jakarta.
South with the Monsoon
A fruitful 12-day expedition all the way south, sailing 400km from Batam to Bangka, via Benan Island, Pulau Lingga, Singkep and the Tujuh Islands.
North with the Trade Winds
Two great expeditions north to the Anambas Islands under full sail, along with exploration in oceanography, ecology, biology, history, geography and economics.
Sail to Anambas
Our first voyage to the remote Anambas islands, with an exciting view of wild life such as dolphins and whale sharks.
Across the Equator
First ever voyage of NUS Seafarers, sailing south across the equator to Pulau Lingga, Indonesia.