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Indo Aggressor. Enjoy diving one of the world's most bio-diverse marine environments, bringing you the top-quality service you expect from the Aggressor fleet


  • 11 Nights, 34 Dives
  • Languages spoken on board - English and Indonesian
  • Kai and Tanimbar Islands, East Nusa Tenggara, Lambata, Pantar, Alor, Maumere - Saumlaki
  • Wide variety of vertical wall dives, deep water ditches, submerged volcanoes
  • Sharks and mantas with up to thousands of fish species.
  • Take trips to the local islands
  • Complimentary local beer and wine on board this traditional boat
  • Excellent local and international cuisine
  • Meals served in the lounge or outdoors surrounded by stunning ocean views
  • Nitrox and rental scuba equipment available


  • The dives are always done from dhonis.
  • Audio and video service, Cabins with TV. Bar, Cabins, Salon with A / C. Terrace
  • Hot water shower and outdoor. Chamber room with recharging area. Reloading stations.
  • Made especially for diving. Suitable for snorkelers. Snorkeling equipment
  • Camera station. Separate rinse for underwater camera. Rest platform
  • Barbecue on the beach. Western food. Local food. Buffet style
  • Beer available. Wine Free with Dinner. Free non-alcoholic beverages High-end kitchen
  • Lifejacket. Fire alarm. Oxygen. First Aid Kit. Satellite and mobile phone
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SV Indo Aggressor offers safaris around Komodo Island. This ship is part of the Aggressor Fleet, which is known for its experience and quality. The crew of the Indo Aggressor guarantees safety on board. The boat has the necessary equipment: emergency rafts, life jackets, safety and rescue equipment, first aid kits, etc.


You can relax comfortably after diving in the boat lounge. The social areas of Indo Aggressor are large enough for each passenger on board. Here passengers will find an entertainment system, a television and a small library. Guests of the Indo Aggressor can lie on the sun loungers on the terrace to admire the beautiful scenery of Indonesia.

The Indo Aggressor dive platform has special facilities for photographers, such as a large camera table for equipment maintenance. The boat also has plenty of storage space and loading points on the dive platform


There are several types of cabins in the Indo Aggressor liveaboard. The main cabins have two single beds or one large double bed. They are located on the upper deck, which gives you the opportunity to enjoy the view from its large portholes. The luxury cabins are large and comfortable and have the same facilities as the main cabins, but they are on the lower deck. If you want to share a cabin with another diver, choose a double room. All cabins have private showers and air conditioning. 


The Indo Aggressor goes to the Komodo National Park, one of the most picturesque places. While diving you can see a variety of fish and wonderful underwater landscapes. This area attracts marine photographers from all over the world. The Indo Aggressor liveaboard has camera games that you can rent. The large camera table and charging points will make your photo trip more comfortable and convenient.

Indo Aggressor dive itineraries include diving in Komodo National Park and Komodo Deep South. You can observe macro life and dive with blankets. The trip includes Makassar Reef and Manta Alley, two diving sites that are a paradise for diving with stingrays. In the southern part of Komodo, you can see schools of fish like jacks and heads of heads. Diving in Komodo is available all year. April to November is considered the best season to dive in this area.


Two twin bunk beds (European size), private facilities, porthole view, mirrored wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries, fresh towels daily, Independent AC Units

  • Size 9 m2
  • Beds: 2 Beds (Bunk-Style)
  • Max occupancy: 2 Guests
  • Shareable: Yes
  • Private Bathroom: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: Yes



This is the master stateroom (# 1, 8 on the deck plan) and it has two single beds (35”x78”) or one Asian King (70” x 78”), private facilities, picture window, mirrored wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries, fresh towels daily, ac units. Please let us know if you need a twin or double configuration.

  • Size: 12 m2
  • Beds: 2 Twins or 1 Asian King
  • Max occupancy: 2 
  • Shareable: Yes
  • Private Bathroom: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: Yes



Queen bed, private facilities, porthole view, mirrored wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries, fresh towels daily, Independent AC Units

  • Size 9 m2
  • Beds: 1 Queen size
  • Max occupancy: 2
  • Shareable: No
  • Private Bathroom: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: Yes


  • The trip begins in Saumlaki and ends in Maumere
  • The closest airport to the departure harbour is Saumlaki airport (SXK) and the closest airport to the arrival harbour is Maumere airport (MOF)
  • A representative of the Liveaboard will be waiting for you at the outside of the claim area .


  • Check in on the boat is according to your flights.
  • The boat departs Saumlaki at around 13:00 on the same day
  • The vessel is equipped with European (2 pin) power sockets, Power socket adapters
  • Accepted payment methods on board: Cash, VISA, Mastercard
  • DIN/INT adaptors are available on board
  • Towels and soap are included


  • Your last dives will be on the second to last day late in the morning
  • It is your responsibility to ensure you respect the 24 hour no-fly time after your last dive!
  • The boat docks back in Maumere in the afternoon on the second to last day
  • Check out and disembarkation is around 08:00 on the last day.


  • The Indo Aggressor offers different itineraries to several different areas with each departing from a different island/port. The Indo Aggressor has chosen the best time of year to be in these different areas. It is important to know which itinerary you have chosen and the embark/disembark locations
  • Arrival to the Indo Aggressor will usually involve domestic flights from/to Bali from/ to the destination airport
  • On this trip guests would need to take one of the early domestic flights or fly in a day early
  • If guests come in the day before they will need to make their own way to the yacht
  • You will be contacted the night before to confirm location and boarding time
  • The yacht tries to leave around 1 pm
  • On the last full day of all itineraries– there is a half day of diving. The dives would be shallow ( approx. 40 ft)- to allow for early flights upon disembarkation


  • 34 Dives
  • Level required: Open water
  • Recomended +20 Dives
  • Adventure, unknown dive sites, spectacular scenery off the beaten track.... this is The Forgotten Islands.
  • Swim-throughs, pinnacles and overhangs completely covered by prolific coral growths
  • These cruises concentrate on the most unexplored regions of the country and will start in Maumere
  • These itineraries will give guests the opportunity to dive some of the fabulous sites of East Nusa Tenggara around Lembata, Pantar and Alor as well as exploring the fascinating reefs, walls and topside scenery of the islands further east, the mysterious and rarely visited Forgotten Islands. 
  • More suited to experienced divers, although there are many alternative dive sites that are very easy and relaxing to visit.
  • Up to 4 or 5 divers per day
  • On this trip you will mostly dive with your buddy after a thorough briefing. Only on certain dives will there be a guide.



  • Transfer to the boat
  • Check in 
  • Boarding time 13:00 pm followed by departure
  • Meet the crew
  • Welcome briefing
  • Assign cabins
  • Prepare equipment
  • Once everyone is safely onboard, there is a check out dive in the expansive Maumere Bay.
  • Sail to dive sites

DAY 2 - 11

  • Enjoy your full board liveaboard cruise
  • 4 - 5 daily dives
  • During the cruise we will dive the best spots in the itinerary.

DAY 12

  • After 11 days of diving The Forgotten Islands, it is time to head home.
  • Breakfast
  • Final disembarkation will occur between 8:00 am & 1:00 pm at the end of the charter.
  • Group transfer to the airport


Lewoleba & Ipet Island

  • Sizzling Critters & Giant Bats
  • The town of Lewoleba is located on the island of Lembata and close by a few miles outside of the town is a remarkable collection of great dive sites that feature the finest critter experiences in the area.
  • Just a little further north is the island of Ipet, this too features some nice dives, scenic sand bars and the sight of thousands of giant fruit bats hanging in the mangroves of the island.

Teluk Waihinga & Komba Volcano

  • Dramatic Walls and Thundering Fireworks
  • We awake after spending the night in the calm north Lembata’s Bays for an action packed day. The morning will be spent exploring the exciting and diverse dive sites of Lewotolo and Waihinga.
  • One of them, deep inside the bay is a dome like sea mount nearly breaks the surface and this is a great place to observe schooling surgeonfish and snappers as well as pygmy seahorses and pink hairy squat lobsters, it even has its own tiny wooden shipwreck.
  • After the second dive the yacht travels 25 nautical miles due north to visit one of the most remarkable places in the whole of the Indonesian archipelago.
  • Komba island volcano. When approaching the 600 metre high sulphurous mountain your heart jumps into your mouth for every 10 to 15 minutes this beast belches clouds of volcanic dust, ash and fiery rock high into the sky with a resounding bang.
  • The afternoon will be spent diving here over the black sand reef and wall of the Komba Korner dive site, a little reminiscent of the Sangeang volcano sites close to the Komodo National Park.
  • This is just a foretaste of the island before the evening’s firework display. As darkness falls we move the Indo Aggressor around to face Komba’s eastern shores, here the mountain side has been completely blasted away forming a smooth slope of volcanic debris at the top of which is the “blowhole”.
  • Eruptions are generally preceded by a deafening boom before the dust and ash explode out from the mountain top spraying superheated rocks down the sides before fizzing into the sea below.
  • This is about as close as you can get, while having dinner, to an erupting volcano anywhere in the world, a truly awe-inspiring experience.

The Alor Strait

  • After the first two days of underwater and topside excitement the yacht arrives at the top end of the strait which separates the islands of Pantar and Alor.
  • This waterway, like the Linta Strait in Komodo, is a channel that endures the full force of the water movement between two much larger bodies of water, the Banda and Savu seas. Again, like Komodo, these huge water movements scatter nutrients over the reefs and walls of this remarkable area.
  • There are several islands in the waterway creating obstacles to the heavy currents and this further disrupts the currents flow making for even more interesting marine environments.
  • We start todays diving at one of these, the island of Buaya, on the site called Cave Point. The flat shallow reefs extends from the island for a short distance before plunging down into the channel forming cracks, ledges and swim throughs for us to explore.
  • Next the yacht travels down to Ternate to dive Babylon, yet another of Alor’s premier sites before moving into the Kalabahi Sound, a deep water inlet that bites into the west side of the island and our anchorage for the night.
  • The Kalabahi Sound is rapidly gaining credence as one of Indonesia’s finest critter diving locations with a many great sites up and down this highly populated body of water.


  • After an overnight relocation the yacht starts the next phase of the cruise at the northwest section of the island of Wetar, the last major landmass of the Nusa Tenggara archipelago.
  • The Wetar Strait runs between Alor and Wetar and is extremely deep and is rumored to be of great strategic importance as nuclear powered submarines can cross between the Pacific and Indian oceans unnoticed through this marine thoroughfare.
  • This part of the island is littered with some fine white sand beaches and bays with a stunning green forest backdrop and fringing coral reefs.
  • There is plenty to do and see along this rugged coastline that sees very few tourists. One particular place of interest is the village of Napar on the north side of the headland. It is rumoured that a local chap is known as the “crocodile whisperer” and has the ability to communicate with these fearsome beasts that inhabit the mangrove creeks.
  • There are a variety of diving opportunities on this part of the island. The offshore islet of Reong features impressive wall dives and further down the coast there is the chance to come across majestic manta and mobular rays feeding and cleaning in the current.
  • Reong Wall is located on the north side of the small island and the site features an impressive and pretty coral wall dive with the chance of spotting sharks, barracuda and schools of large pelagic fish.


  • As the yacht continues east, the islands get smaller as we approach the Romang group that includes Njata, Mitan, Tellang and Maopora as well as the main island of Romang.
  • Some 23 nautical miles from west to east the group features some fantastic white sand beaches, particularly on Romang’s north-western shore and an inlet on the north side that houses a small village could be nice for water-sport excursions.
  • At Romang and Nyata there are gentle terraced slopes which slip down into the deep blue of the Banda Sea.
  • A big feature of diving on this western side of the island are the collections of large barrel sponges and huge vividly coloured gorgonian sea fans. Fans of bigger animals can see Napoleon wrasses, reef sharks, rays, tunas and other pelagic fish patrolling the reefs and walls.


  • Traveling further east to the volcanic island of Damar, guests will explore the southwest side. Damar is some 17 kilometres from north to south and 19 kilometres from west to east.
  • There are settlements dotted all around the eastern half of the island, the largest of which is the village of Kenili located inside and inlet on the eastern shore. The best beach is close by the known anchorage and features a long (900 metre) strip of dazzling white sand bordered by lush green forest and fringed by shallow coral reef, a great place for a swim or snorkel.
  • The major dive sites are not actually on Damar Island itself but rather on and around the smaller islands of Nusa Leur and Terbang Utara (North) and Selatan (South).
  • These sites feature  an explosion of different colours and forms and seem to be in constant motion with the schooling fish and busy reef action with animals that are unused to seeing scuba divers.

The Leti Islands

  • The Leti Islands are at the start of the southern arc of islands that border the Banda Sea and are comprised of three separate landmasses; Tombra, Moa and Lakor. Lying to the east of the world’s newest country, East Timor, all three islands are ripe for exploration diving.
  • Undived coral reefs, and walls surround all three of these sparsely populated islands. They all feature some fabulous beaches and the channels between the islands could produce some thrilling current fuelled underwater adventures.

The Sermata Reef Complex

  • Nothing conjures up the image of a perfect south sea island seascape better than a coral atoll, and the Sermata group can certainly do that.
  • The Sermata group begins only 12 nautical miles to the east of the Leti Islands at the Amortaun reef/atoll complex. There are only three or four surface breaking islands at Amortaun, the rest of the area is taken over by coral reef that extends to deep walls and interesting reef points that are calling for the attention of inquisitive undersea explorers.
  • The next point along the line is the huge reef that extends westward from the island of Sermata itself. Again this will provide plenty of scope for exploration, particularly on the sites in the channel that separates the reef system from Sermata island.


  • The Babar island group, around 40 nautical miles to the northeast of Sermata, comprises the main island of Babar as well as it’s five satellite islands; Dai on the north side, Dawera and Dawalor to the east, Mesela south and on the west coast of Barbar and much closer than the rest is Wetan.
  • While the whole island group is open to exploration the known dive sites are around the small island of Dai in the north. There are several known sites on the south side of the island in the channels that divide Babar from Wetan and Dawera and Dawalor.

West Yamdena

  • Yamdena is the largest of The Tanimbar Islands and the last day of diving. Guests will explore the islands on the northwest side on a known site or an exploratory site. After the last dive, the yacht travels to the port town of Saumlaki.


  • Full board
  • Weight belt / Weights / Tank (s)
  • Transfer from / to the airport (roundtrip, only on the days of arrival and departure of the ship)
  • Diving guides
  • Local beer and wine


  • National park fees: USD 180 (per trip)
  • Complete diving equipment: USD 260 (per trip)
  • 15 liter tanks
  • Nitrox: USD 150 (per trip)
  • PADI Enriched Air Diver (Nitrox): 150 USD (per course)
  • Domestic flights
  • Tips for the crew (recommended).
  • Note: all prices indicated are per person.


What happens if I have to cancel my reservation?

Your reservation request is free and you can cancel it at any time within the first 72 hours. During this time, you can easily find matching flights and get answers from our reservation team for any other questions you may have. Once you have confirmed and paid for your reservation, the following cancellation policy will apply:

  • 30 % non-refundable
  • Between 120 days and 90 days before trip = 70 % refundable
  • Less than 90 days before trip = no refund

In case of cancellation, the refund will be transferred to your bank account, credit card or PayPal account within 10 business days


  • Make sure you meet the country's requirements corresponding to your nationality make sure your passport is valid at least six months after the date you plan to visit the country
  • Diving insurance is mandatory for divers of all ages on all of our trips: bring your certificate as proof
  • It is strongly recommended to have travel insurance that is appropriate for the type of diving holidays you are going to do
  • Check the electrical standards (such as which plugs are used) in your destination country before travelling and bring the appropriate adaptor if necessary.
  • The itinerary and the number of dives are indicative and are subject to weather conditions and conditions: safety is always first
  • All divers must provide their diving certification card
  • Diving computers are compulsory
  • Local rates, fuel surcharges, distance rates, port fees, etc. may change without notice due to changes in government policy, changes in the price of oil, etc.
  • The changes are beyond our control and the increases must be paid if the boat requests them. We will endeavor to inform you of any changes as soon as possible. A change in these rates does not entitle you to cancel the trip.

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