Board the Indo Aggressor and cruise in style to Komodo for some of Indonesia's best diving and to meet the fearsome dragons of lore. Different itineraries are available including those using the port of Benoa Harbour in Bali and diving some of Bali's best sites before moving west towards Komodo National Park.
With a choice of 3 standards of en-suite stateroom, you'll soon discover that touch of service class that sets the Aggressor Fleet diving cruises apart - just turn up at the dive deck in your wet suit and let the staff take care of the rest. A local crew, trained to international standards of service, will make your Indonesia liveaboard cruise one to remember. You'll even get a warm towel and back rub after each dive!
A traditional style 38 metre long sailing yacht, but with a nitrox membrane filling system and EANx diving certifications available too, Indo Aggressor is for serious scuba divers too.
There is so much space on board this liveaboard that you can always find a quiet corner to share with someone or just to be by yourself to work on tanning those white bits. With a complimentary glass of wine with dinner, there is normally a great atmosphere on board, so the Indo Aggressor's tours score highly not only in terms of comfort and style but also the aprés-dive experience.
Dive experience: When guests compete their Cruise Application they affirm to us that they are fit to dive in the Indonesian destination for which they applied. This implies physical fitness, dive skills, and dive experience. The best person to judge that is the diver themselves. Indo Aggressor expect divers to accept personal responsibility for their fitness to dive.
Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation with air-conditioning, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, drinking water, soft drinks, hot drinks, local wine and beer, land tours, return transfers from the local airport to the boat, dives (as detailed in the trips above), experienced English-speaking divemaster(s) (max 4 divers per DM), tanks, weights and weightbelts.
Cruise price per person excludes (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Scuba equipment (7 nights US$ 175, 10 nights US$ 260), restaurant meal on final evening, dive insurance, Komodo National Park fees (US$ 170), Banda Sea fees (US$180). fuel surcharge (subject to change). Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash or credit card).
Optional extras: Nitrox fills for enriched air certified divers (7 nights US$ 100, 10 nights US$ 150), diving computer. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
How to get there: Komodo: Komodo cruises depart at 1pm from Labuan Bajo. (on Flores, near Komodo). There is a return minibus transfer from airport in Labun Bajo and the boat These trips will require a return, domestic flight.
Banda Sea: These trips start and end in either Maumere or Saumlaki. Saumlaki requires transiting through Makassar airport on Sulawesi and Ambon.
Forgotten Islands: Fly direct to the port of Saumlaki (from Ambon connecting to Jakarta and Makassar) or the port of Kupang (direct to Jakarta). Flores: Fly direct to the port of Maumere from Bali (or via Makassar from Jakarta or Kuala Lumpur).
For more information see our Bali travel information section. The last dive of the trip will be at around 16:00 hrs on the second last day of the trip. Please wait at least 18 hours before flying after diving.
Non-diver rate: Non-divers travelling with a diver receive a US$ 200 discount off the full published price (does not apply to specials).
Single supplement (if you do not want to share accommodation): This is optional - single travellers may choose to share a stateroom or pay a supplement of 65% of the normal published price.
Dive clubs and group discounts: Pay for 7 guests and 1 additional person can join the cruise in a Twin Stateroom free of charge (total 8 guests).
Whole boat charter rate (per night): 2020: Pay for 12 guests and 4 additional people can join the cruise in a Twin Stateroom free of charge. (total 16 guests).
2021: Pay for 14 guests and 2 additional people can join the cruise in a Twin Stateroom free of charge (total 16 guests).
Enriched air nitrox membrane system - Fibre-glass motorised dinghies for all diving - Air-conditioned saloon with bar, video, music and marine library - Internet - Sundeck with deck chairs - Water dispenser
Indonesian, Asian and international main meal dishes and buffet breakfast.
Fixed menu dinner and buffet lunch in saloon or main deck - choose from 3 main dishes with rice, salad and soup.
The Indo Aggressor cruise speciality is snapper in lemon sauce.
All dietary requirements can be catered for - send us your requirements in advance.
Coffee, tea, soft drinks, 1 glass of wine with each dinner, biscuits, fruit and drinking water are provided free of charge.
Beer, spirits and additional wine are available for purchase.
Cabin service provided for morning-call drinks.
Catering begins with mid-morning snacks on the first morning of the cruise.
Operator rates their dining as very good and very important.
Sample menu - Tenderloin steak with cream pepper sauce, Chicken curry, Gado gado, Fish fingers, Vietnamese spring rolls, Green garden salad with pesto dressing, Leek soup, Baked potatoes with herbed butter, Mango mousse ...
"Everything was great overall. Very high quality of services, rooms were amazing. Food was good for vegetarian (perhaps too much tofu though!) and they managed to cater to my dairy-free partner, which was very kind of them. " - Kelda Bindel, New Zealand, 27 August 2017 ...
"Service was excellent. The cruise director was fantastic, knowledgeable, charming and professional. The crew were like ninjas, having cleaned, cooked, and prepped for the next adventure while we were diving - we never even saw them. We would come up for a dive and rooms were clean, laundry done, table set etc. Dive Masters were unbelievable and we were happy to have 95% Indonesian staff who knew the area, language and culture, and 5% who spoke English flawlessly and had been all over the world. A great mix, and our trip wouldn't have been what it was without those people." - Karin Burroughs, USA, 27 June 2015 ...
"The boat was good value for money. Absolutely fabulous food- the chef was outstanding, best food on a liveabaord cruise that I have ever had. Excellent divemasters- Koman and Gede were excellent." - Catherine Delahunty, Australia, 17 July 2014 ...
"Everything was very nice and professional. The food was incredible good and it was overall a very nice experience. Staff very professionel and helpful." - Susanne Thelen, Germany, 21 May 2014 ...
"The Indo Aggressor was a pleasure from start to finish, great service, great food, well planned dives and excellent divemasters and staff." - John Loy, UK, 6 May 2013 ...
"Excellent crew, amongst the best of any liveaboard I've been on. The food was fantastic. The boat is nice and the crew kept it very clean, but it was in dire need of dry dock by the end of our trip." - Belinda Thompson, Australia, 26 January 2012 ...
"Top notch accommodation, good food, personal touch." - Sergio Bariviera, Singapore, 1 March 2007 ...
"The service received was impeccable and it made our holiday very enjoyable." - Mei Chin Hoo, Singapore, 26 September 2005 ...
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