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MV Tarata



MV TARATA LIVEABOARD




MV Tarata Liveaboard



Representative :
www.come2indonesia.com
Type Of Ship :
Motor Vessel
Size :
Length 25.50 m
Max Speed :
9 Knots
Numbers Of Cabin :
6
Maximum Passenger :
Guest 12 Persons



MV Tarata has the facilities and services as follows :

  • 6 Air-Conditioned cabins for 12 persons with ensuite bathroom, shower, wash basin and toilet.
  • Fan cooled lounge for twelve.
  • TV, CD / DVD Player.
  • Camera battery charging stations.
  • Camera work stations.
  • Satelite telephone.
  • Sun deck with awning.
  • On dive platform shower.
  • Bauer Compressor.
  • 12 gear up stations, 20 scuba tank.
  • European & Indonesian food.


Vessel’s Technical Specifications

Type :
Wooden Schooner
Length :
25.50 meter
Beam :
5.50 meter
Draft :
2.00 meter
Main Engine :
280 hp
Speed :
8 - 9 knots
Electricity :
220 V
Tenders :
1 with 40 HP Engine
Safety :
2 life - rafts, 4 life buoys,
30 life jackets,
1 Cylinder of Emergency,
Oxygen,
First Aid Kit.
Navigation :
Furuno Depth Sounder,
FCV - 612,
Furuno GPS,
HF SSB Radio.
Flag
:
Indonesia







Liveaboard Diving Schedules, Prices, and Booking


Please click the image to download the schedule of Banda Sea

  Please click the image to download the schedule of Komodo

  Please click the image to download the schedule of Papua

   




DIVE DESTINATIONS

According to world renown Ichthyologist, Indonesia possesses the world’s richest fish fauna. The Indonesian archipelago stretches in an east-west direction for approximately 5000 km (3100 miles) encompassing nearly 18,000 islands and seemingly endless array of marine habitats. Moreover, the world’s highest reef fish total (1,111 species) for a single restricted locality was recorded at Maumere Bay on the island of Flores (Allen & Kuiter unpublished).

    Raja Ampat offers some of the most outstanding diving in Indonesia!

RAJA AMPAT and TRITON BAY have been continuously "in the news" in major nature and dive magazines as of late. You are probably all aware of these, but if not, four major recent articles include:
  • Raja Ampat article in Scuba Diving July issue (written by Berkeley White and his colleague)
  • Major spread on Triton Bay ("The last best place") in Fathoms August issue (by Burt Jones and Maurine Shimlock)
  • Smaller version of same article on Triton Bay in Australasia Scuba Diver in September issue (again by Burt Jones and Maurine Shimlock)
  • David Doubilet's long-awaited article on Raja Ampat and the Bird's Head ("Ultra Marine") in National Geographic

Komodo..., little-Explored Reefs around the Realm of Dragon

Komodo is one of the driest regions in Indonesia. Although the rainy season is well on its torrential way in the western part of Indonesia (December – January), around Komodo the skies are usually blue and the tanning sun beats down.

Geologically, Komodo is part of Flores, separated from Sumbawa to the west by the Sape Strait. In the middle of the strait, the bottom drops to almost 300 meters. The many islands and relatively shallow seas between Flores and Komodo’s west coast mean very fast currents at tidal changes. This fast current more than 8 knots is fierce, which is a problem no matter how experienced a diver you are. Diving here is all year around.

Because of the upwellings, it can also get very, very cold. Don’t dive here with a super – thin, high – tech, pantyhose type suite. Bring a proper, thick suit (5 mm). Even a hood wouldn’t hurt.


DIVING THE NORTH : late March – early November
Because of the prevailing winds, in the middle of the summer when most people travel the southern islands are inaccessible. The seas are just too rough and is the time to dive the north.

Best period : during Southeast Monsoon, late March – early May, late September – early November, BUT often currents here.
Water temperature : 28 – 29 C
Visibility : 20 – 25 m

DIVING THE SOUTH :
late November - early March
In the winter, when wind and waves are stiring up the water at the northern sites, which is the Northwest Monsoon, head South. The seas are calm and there is enough of a breeze to cool down sunburnt bodies. In November, December, January, visibility is as good as it can get in such plankton-rich seas, 10-15 meters, and the coral growth and fish life in the south are nothing short of excellent.

Best period : late November – early March
Water temperature : 27 – 28 C (from usually 21- 24 C late March – early November)
Visibility : 25 – 35 m (from usually 10 – 15 m late March – early November)

We operate Komodo all year around. Komodo is a must and a great place divers should come back and come back !



RAJA AMPAT, PAPUA

Raja Ampat Dive Lodge
( Grand Komodo's eco dive lodge in Raja Ampat )



Raja Ampat Dive Lodge is located at the heart of the most spectacular diving in northern Raja Ampat. Mere minutes from the famous Manta aggregation sites and the fish-filled dives at the western edge of the Dampier Strait, our intimate lodge is the perfect place to experience the most bio-diverse reefs in the world. Fronted by a white sand beach and backed by the ever-verdant Papuan rainforest, the dive lodge is surrounded by natural beauty. Sit on your veranda and listen to the early morning sounds of the jungle as you prepare for another day of spectacular diving accompanied by our knowledgeable dive guides.
 

    The duplex rooms at the Dive Lodge are comfortable ensuites furnished with either double or twin beds, tiled bathrooms and wooden interiors cooled by individual air conditioning units. In between dives you will feast on serve delicious, healthy meals utilizing the freshest local ingredients.

The staff of Raja Ampat Dive Lodge has been handpicked to provide the same level of service found on our popular liveaboard dive boats. We strive to offer our guests the best value in a diving holiday while ensuring that everyone who stays with us feels like part of our family.

This is the final frontier, at the eastern end of Indonesia. Raja Ampat offers amazing diving and the most stunning topside scenery of any dive destination on Earth. This is where Dr. Gerald Allen counted 273 fish species on a single dive.

If you’re looking for unusual sea life like the elusive wobbegong shark, or looking for Birds of Paradise, then a Grand Komodo liveaboard cruise here is for you.
Water temperature: 24 – 29 C. Visibility: 10 – 30 M (seasonal). Year-round diving.







The Essence Of Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is not really about rare critters or seeing sharks, there are generally not as many of what one would call - classic critters or big marine life. What is so special about this area is the scenery and in places the abundance of fish life. Dives where you are inundated with vast schools of fish, on the best of dives fish seem to block out the sun there are so many. Mellow drift dives across the most beautiful coral slopes and channels, unique dives with heavily undercut mushroom shaped islands with gorgeous coral growth virtually to the surface. Some of the best coral gardens we have seen are in this area.

Taking a live-aboard will allow you to see not just these great fish dives but also the topside highlights of this area too. The real “essence of Raja Ampat” is the incredible mix of wonderful topside scenery with great reefs to dive on. Another highlight of this area is taking rides on the tender boat through the most outstanding island scenery of any dive destination anywhere.
Birds of Paradise.

A short trek through a village and small plantation at Yapmanbaba village on Mansuar island, takes us under the canopy of prime forest where we can see these rare and mythical birds. If you don’t do this it’s like going to Komodo and not seeing the dragons. The sounds alone are worth the effort.


Mansuar Area

This is also the place where Dr. Gerald Allen found those 273 different species—see how many you can count! A great range of dive sites here makes this area stand out as being probably the best dive area in the whole of Indonesia for fish life. And not just for the species diversity; the schooling fish life is also incredible. Most reefs here are vibrant with vast amounts of soft corals covering huge coral outcrops that in turn are surrounded by thousands of small sweepers. There are critters as well, but not as many as in other areas, though for sure there are some great areas with rare and unusual marine life.
Waigeo (Aljui Bay).

A great area to anchor amongst the many small islands that make this area like a huge maze. There is also an interesting pearl farm here. The welcoming staff can show divers some of the processes that go into farming high-end pearls. Dive sites vary; many feature brilliantly colorful invertebrate-covered walls that are dotted with caverns. These all seem to just fall from the rock faces that rise up above the water, being topped off with incredible tropical scenery. There are dive sites here that are great critter dives, with many kinds nudibranches and crustaceans to keep the macro lovers content. This area probably has the best macro site in the northern RajaAmpat we have come across up to now!





Kawe Area

More small islands here that are home to some incredible dive sites. Amongst these we encounter groups of small islands. Here pelagic fish and many different schooling fish can be seen. Right on the edge of the Equator there are more impressive islands, some looking like Bonsai trees sitting on a rock base. One very small island has what can only be described as being one the best topographical sites in the area. Walls surround most of the island, which can be circumnavigated easily on one dive. But there is much more, including a coral-covered seamount with hundreds of schooling fish swimming around it, small plateaus, a small cavern, giant sea fans, and many black coral bushes surrounding a tall pinnacle. Some sites here are open to the seas and often experience strong currents. Swells frequently make safety stops near the reef a little awkward.


Wayag Area

This has to be as good as it gets for topside scenery, with lagoons and small mushroom shaped islands. A short trek will reveal this island in all its glory, with great abovewater views of the lagoons and islands you’ve been diving in. The dive sites are home to great marine life, beautiful reef scenery, some schooling pelagic fish, and great topographical underwater landscapes. Also this is home to a hidden blue lagoon with the only way in being from the ocean. Only us divers will ever see this sight.

Surrounded by white sand beaches and reefs that are home now to plane wrecks as well as great marine life. One plane lays on a reef slope covered in an array of beautiful soft corals, with the slope itself sometimes sporting various interesting critters. Reefs here have been impacted in the past, though in places the reef crest is an area where you will want that over-under lens. With a tropical island backdrop, what more could you ask. At times it is possible to see large groups of manta rays cruising by here.



Papua Islands




Misool

Untouched environments, completely in their natural states. Fish populations and coral are healthy, with an enormous variety of species. Many rare and exotic critters. Local villagers are culturally interesting and friendly.


Triton Bay

Triton Bay is still pretty much in the middle of nowhere, far away from the crowd. There are innumerable small islands in the bay. Spectacular scenery over the mainland features rock art cliffs. This area enjoys an unexcelled fish Biomass. Soft coral gardens cover the ridges. Hard coral growth also shows excellent health. This area has both pelagics and critters, with the diving ranging from very good to outstanding.





Mapia

Atiny island right on the equator, between West Papua and Palau.
Come here for nudibranchs galore beneath huge schools of fish. You’ll see snappers, trevally, big groupers, barracudas, gray sharks, pink leaf scorpion fish, rainbow runners, jacks, tunas, huge Napoleon wrasses, and even huger bumphead parrotfish by the hundreds. Dive sites include Bumphead City, Schooling Point, Mapia Boulevard, and Bumphead City—and they came by their names for good reason.


Manokwari

Come to Manokwari for amazing WWII wreck diving, including P-40 (a Curtiss Tomahawk fighter), Cross Wreck, and the Japanese freighter Shinwa Maru, plus the usual amazing wildlife, including healthy and profuse hard and soft corals. Dive profiles extend down to the 30 meter range.



Komodo



Komodo is one of Indonesia’s driest regions. Be sure to include a land visit to see the huge Komodo dragons when you go there. Underwater, Komodo offers just about every type of diving; from current-swept seamounts patrolled by sharks, tuna and other pelagics to calm reefs with teeming schools of fish.

Diving is good year-round. Because of strong currents and upwelling the water can be cold. We suggest a 5mm suit and hood.

Diving in the NORTH : Best period is during the southeast monsoon, from late March to early May and late September to early November. Currents are often encountered during this time. Water temperature: 24 – 29 C. Visibility: 20 – 25 m.
Diving in the SOUTH : Best period is during the northwest monsoon, mid November to early March. Water temperature: 21 – 27 C. Visibility: 10 – 15 m.


Sangeang

Sangeang is an active volcano whose steep, conical slopes extend up to a nearly 2,000m peak. Lava flows are occasionally visible on its flanks. This island lies between Komodo and Sumbawa island. Sangeang’s black volcanic sands offer underwater photographers a wonderfully contrasting background for fish and other critters, with streams of bubbles rising from the sands here and there due to the volcanic activity. A wealth of sea life can be found in the coral reefs around Sangeang, including nudibranchs and flatworms.





Alor

Alor is still pretty much in the middle of nowhere, away from the crowd. Remote and pristine. The masses of swirling, schooling fish and rich concentrations of invertebrates and critters may well make Alor one of the best diving Indonesia has to offer.

Shear drop offs with amazing coral reef scenery and great fish life, giant pinnacles covered in beautiful corals. Shallows are home of anthias and damselfish. Banks and walls reef. At some sites the current is 2 knots or more. Macro sites with all sorts of weirds and rare critters such as rhinopias, leaf scorpion fish, frogfish,and many other cool critters. One famous site here is renowned for large pelagic fish. Night dives usually are rich of interesting surprises.


 
   
 
The diversity and marine life range from beautiful coral reef scenerey and great critters to larger fish. It is not just the diving that makes Alor special. The fact that the local communities guard their reefs for their future keep all the reef pristine makes Alor even more special. Among the special souvenirs to take home is the handwoeven IKATsarong.
    Alor’s friendly inhabitants are the original source of those beautiful Ikat fabrics sold in Bali. Remote and pristine, Alor’s waters offer masses of swirling, schooling fish and a comparable diversity of rare and weird critters on the reefs. Alor is a macro photographer’s dream.




Banda Sea, Halmahera and Maluku





Banda in the Banda sea

Knowledgeable divers seek out this remote location due to a confluence of currents and nutrients there, producing an unusually diverse and brilliant growth of marine life—even for Indonesia. Fishes large and small can be found on any of the dive sites. The diving ranges from the shallow lagoon between Banda Neira and Gunung Api to the vertical walls of Hatta Island.


Halmahera in North Maluku

These were the original Spice Islands. Until the Dutch planted cloves on Ambon Island, every clove in the world came from the Halmahera islands Ternate and Tidore.

This region features unique reef formations, with visibility 20 – 30 m, and water temperature of 27 – 28 C. Plenty of macro and micro subjects for UW photographers.


Lembeh Strait and Togian

    Lembeh Strait in North Sulawesi

Critter heaven! Bring your macro lens and shoot flamboyant cuttlefish, harlequin shrimp, skeleton shrimps, innumerable nudibranchs, and amazing fish such as stargazers, snake eels, stonefish, sea robins, devilfish, weedy scorpion fish, pygmy seahorses, Pegasus sea robins, cardinal fish, ghost pipe fish, and the queen of small tropicals, the kaleidoscopic mandarin fish. Moreover, while much of Indonesian diving requires dealing with currents, Lembeh features easy diving in calm lake-like water. This place has earned its reputation as the muck diving capital of the world. And it makes for part of a great combination trip with Togian National Park (see the next listing).


Togian National Park in Central Sulawesi

We know of nowhere else where you can dive on barrier reefs, atolls and fringing reefs all in the same area. Togian’s coral reefs offer beauty and diversity with visibility of 15 – 30 m. Eye-popping density of fish life includes schools of jacks and barracudas, bumphead parrotfish, Napoleon wrasses, snappers, fusiliers and more. The underwater landscape matches the beauty of the fish life. Explore drop offs with crevasse and overheads, canyons, rock formations, pinnacles, steep slopes and walls. You’ll see abundant gorgonians and healthy soft corals. Plus you can see a remarkably intact WWII B-24 Liberator plane wreck at 18m.


Wakatobi


Wakatobi (also called the Tukangbesi Islands) in Southeast Sulawesi

This archipelago is named after its four main islands: Wangi Wangi, Kaledupa, Tomea, and Binongko. Here you’ll experience great wall diving, unparalleled diversity of marine life and the healthiest reefs in the Sulawesi region.

On any given day look for mimic octopus, devil scorpion fish, stonefish, ribbon eels, “disco clams”, and many other fascinating critters. Night dives are breathtaking. Entire walls burst into vivid colors as nocturnal tubastrea and soft corals “bloom.” And the diversity of invertebrates such as crustaceans, nudibranchs and mollusks is bewildering. Caribbean divers will sit staring at their logbooks after each dive, not knowing where to begin.











   


Kalimantan




Derawan & Sangalaki in East Kalimantan

Derawan is home to numerous critters plus turtles (green turtles and hawksbills) that come to the shore at night during high tide to lay their eggs.

Kakaban

Kakaban features wall diving, with the walls patrolled by schooling barracuda, bluefin tunas, jacks, leopard sharks, gray reef sharks, and sometimes hammerheads. The world’s largest jellyfish lake is here also. Halimeda green algae covers the bottom of the lake, and mangrove roots live side by side with tunicates, sponges, tube worms, crustaceans, anemones, sea cucumber, sea snakes and gobies. Still unidentified species abound.

Sangalaki

Sangalaki is home to squadrons of giant manta rays. They emerge from all directions, undisturbed by your presence. Most are at least 3.5m (12 ft) wide. These have the typical white underside but there are also a few black mantas with 6m (20 ft) wingspans, referred to fondly as Darth Vader fish.

Maratua

Maratua island boasts a massive lagoon. The island only rims apart of the lagoon, with the rest fringed by a reef and wall covered with hard and soft coral.



DIVE ITINERARY

8 Day - 7 Night Komodo
Day 1 Denpasar-Bima-Sape-Gili Lawa

Arrive in Bima. Transfer to boat in Sape. Depart for Gili Lawa.
Begin dive program. Meals onboard.
Day 2through Day 6 Komodo National Park

Full dive schedule. Escorted tour to see the Komodo Dragons. Meals onboard.
Day 7 Komodo to Sape

Morning dives. Noon departure to Sape. Meals onboard. Overnight on stay on the boat.
Day 8 Sape-Bima-Denpasar

Breakfast onboard. Disembark, travel to Bima Airport for flight to Denpasar.

16 Day - 15 Night Komodo - Alor
Day 1 Denpasar-Bima-Sape-Gili Lawa

Arrive in Bima. Transfer to boat at Sape. Disembark for Gili Lawa.
Arrive in Gili Lawa. Begin dive program. Meals onboard.
Day 2 through Day 6 Komodo National Park

Full dive schedule. Escorted tour to see Komodo Dragons. Meals onboard
Day 7 Komodo-Alor

Morning dives. Noon departure to Alor. Meals onboard.
Day 8 At Sea

Full day in transit to Alor. Dive along the way. Meals onboard.
Day 9 Alor

Arrive mid-day. Dive Alor area. Meals onboard.
Day 10 through 14 Alor

Full dive schedule. Meals onboard.
Day 15 Alor to Maumere

Mid-day departure to Maumere. Arrive in Maumere. Continue dive schedule.
Meals onboard.
Day 16 Maumere-Denpasar

Breakfast. Prepare to disembark. Transfer to Maumere Airport.
Depart Maumere
Arrive Denpasar

8 Day - 7 Night Alor
Day 1 Denpasar - Maumere

Arrive in Maumere. Board the boat, unpack, ready dive gear, rest or dive. Meals onboard.
Day 2 through Day 6 Alor Area

Full dive schedule. Meals onboard.
Day 7 Alor to Maumere

Morning dives. Prepare for departure. Meals onboard. Overnight stay on the boat.
Day 8 Maumere-Denpasar

Breakfast onboard, transfer to Maumere Airport for flight to Denpasar.

16 Day - 15 Night Alor - Komodo
Day 1 Denpasar-Maumere

Arrive in Maumere. Board the boat, unpack, ready dive gear, rest or dive. Meals onboard.
Day 2 through Day 6 Alor Area

Full dive schedule. Meals onboard.
Day 7 Alor to Komodo

Morning dives. After lunch depart for Komodo. Meals onboard.
Day 8 At Sea

Full day in transit to Komodo. Dive along the way.
Day 9 Arrive Komodo

Mid-day arrival Komodo. Dive within the Komodo National Park. Meals onboard.
Day 10 through Day 14 Komodo National Park

Full dive schedule. Escorted tour to see the Komodo Dragons. Meals onboard.
Day 15 Sape

Morning dives. Noon departure to Sape. Meals onboard. Overnight stay on the boat.
Day 16 Sape-Bima-Denpasar

Breakfast onboard. Disembark, travel to Bima Airport for flight to Denpasar.

10 Day – 9 Night KOMODO SANGEANG
Day 1 Denpasar-Bima–Gili Banta-Sangeang

Arrive in Bima. Transfer to boat in Sape. Depart for Gili Banta. Begin dive program. Onto Sangeang. Meals onboard.
Day 2 through Day 8 Sangeang & Komodo National Park

Full dive schedule. Escorted tour to see the Komodo Dragons. Meals onboard
Day 9 Komodo to Sape

Morning dives. Noon departure to Sape. Meals onboard. Overnight on stay on the boat.
Day 10 Sape–Bima–Denpasar

Breakfast onboard. Disembark, travel to Bima’s airport for flight To Denpasar.

12 Day – 11 Night WAKATOBI
Day 1 Denpasar–Maumere–To WaKaToBi Groups of Atoll

Arrive in Maumere. Transfer to boat in Maumere’s seaport.
Depart for Pulau Sukun. Begin dive program. Meals onboard.
Day 2 through Day 10 WaKaToBi islands

Full dive schedule. Meals onboard.
Day 11 WaKaToBi – Maumere

Morning dive. Late afternoon departure to Maumere.
Meals onboard. Overnight on stay on the boat
Day 12 Maumere – Denpasar

Breakfast onboard. Disembark, travel to Maumere’s airport for
Flight to Denpasar.

11 Day – 10 Night PAPUA RajaAmpat
Day 1 From Jakarta or Ujungpandang or Manado – Sorong - RajaAmpat

Arrive Sorong. Transfer to boat. Depart for RajaAmpat. Begin dive
program. Meals onboard.
Day 2 through Day 9 RajaAmpat

Full dive schedule. Meals onboard.
Day 10 RajaAmpat – Sorong

Morning dives. Meals onboard. Overnight on the stay on the boat.
Day 11 Sorong – Manado or Jakarta or Denpasar

Breakfast onboard. Disembark, travel to Sorong’s airport for flight
To Jakarta or Denpasar or Manado.



SCHEDULE FOR 2015

Start Date

End Date

Embark

Disembark

Itenary

Price/Net USD

Duration

 

January 2015

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06 January

13 January

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

13 January

20 January

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

27 January

03 February

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

February 2015

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06 February

13 February

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

16 February

23 February

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

24 February

03 March

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

March 2015

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05 March

12 March

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

14 March 21 March Labuan Bajo Labuan Bajo Komodo 260 8D7N              
24 March 31 March Labuan Bajo Labuan Bajo Komodo 260 8D7N              

April 2015

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02 April

09 April

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

11 April

18 April

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

26 April

01 May

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D8N







 

May 2015

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09 May

16 May

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D8N







 

17 May

24 May

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D8N







 

June 2015

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06 June

13 June

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

16 June

23 June

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

25 June

02 July

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

July 2015

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04 July

11 July

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

14 July

21 July

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

23 July

30 July

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

August 2015

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05 August

11 August

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

7D6N







 

20 August

27 August

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

28 August

04 September

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

250

8D7N







 

September 2015

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08 September

15 September

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

17 September

24 September

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

28 September

05 October

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

October 2015

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06 October

13 October

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

16 October

23 October

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

27 October

03 November

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

November 2015

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05 November

12 November

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

14 November

21 November

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

24 November

01 December

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

December 2015

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03 December

10 December

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

12 December

19 December

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 

26 December

02 January

Labuan Bajo

Labuan Bajo

Komodo

260

8D7N







 




Note
: For divers who are not part of a group or chartering one of our boats we have “Scheduled” departures. You may book your dive trips to us.



 

GETTING TO THE DIVE BOATS

DISTRIBUTION POINTS : DENPASAR, MANADO and JAKARTA

RAJA AMPAT – MISOOL – TRITON BAY DIVE PROGRAMS
Embarkation & Disembarkation port : Sorong.
You can either fly from Denpasar to Ujungpandang with one transit overnight in Ujungpandang before flying to Sorong the next morning. Or fly from Manado to Sorong. Or fly from Jakarta to Ujungpandang then Sorong. In Sorong you will be met by Grand Komodo staff  who will take you directly to the boat.

MANOKWARI W W  II WRECKS PROGRAM
Embarkation & Disembarkation port : Manokwari
You will fly from Jakarta or Denpasar to Ujungpandang for one transit overnight before flying to Manokwari the next morning.

CENDRAWASIH BAY PROGRAM
Embarkation port : Manokwari or Biak.
Disembarkation port : Biak or Manokwari.
You will fly from Jakarta to Ujungpandang for one transit overnight before flying to Biak or Manokwari the next morning.

HALMAHERA PROGRAMS
You will fly to Ternate from either Denpasar or Manado or Jakarta.

KOMODO DIVE PROGRAMS
You will fly to Bima on the Island of Sumbawa or to Labuan Bajo on West – Flores. The drive from Bima to Sape seaport is approximately 1:30 hours. There are many photographic opportunities as you will pass through the beautiful teak forests and many villages along the road.

ALOR AND WAKATOBI PROGRAMS
You will fly from Denpasar to Maumere. In Maumere you will be met by Grand Komodo staff who will take you directly to the boat.

DERAWAN AND SANGALAKI PROGRAM
Embarkation and Disembarkation port : Tarakan.
You will fly from Denpasar or Jakarta to Tarakan. You will be met by Grand Komodo staff who will transfer you to the boat.





Why Dive with Grand Komodo

Grand Komodo’s pioneering efforts pay off for divers today. Our divemasters all grew up here, and nobody knows the sites, the conditions, and the critters better than they do. We always have a Plan B if a given site isn’t good that day. Likewise our captains, chase boat drivers, compressor operators, engineers, cooks and cabin attendants are all local people experienced in our locales, operations and customers.

And because we have a fleet of boats in these waters they’re able to back each other up when need be. In the distant areas where we operate this provides a level of security few others can offer.

Plus, because we’re locally owned and operated, we have a “home court advantage” in dealing with local authorities and airlines. Our agents greet you and handle local arrangements for you every step of the way. But when you travel halfway around the world to go diving you want more than competent service—you want excellence where it counts most: underwater.

And even though our cruises consistently cost less than those of competitors, we never stint on the quality of the diving. On the boats the accommodations aren’t fancy but they are safe and comfortable. Overall the individualized service of the competent and friendly local divemasters and staff ensures customized, personal diving experiences not soon to be forgotten.

Grand Komodo runs scheduled departures throughout the year, and our diverse fleet makes it easy to arrange a charter to fit your specific needs. We can also provide you with an itinerary combining several consecutive trips—not a bad idea, considering the distance and cost of getting to Indonesia for most divers.


Our Strengths

  1. Operating in Indonesia for over 20 years. Experienced in dealing with local conditions and culture as well as getting you to all the best dive sites.
  2. Comfortable, affordable liveaboards with experienced and friendly team who help insure the best dive trip experience.
  3. We operate 5 liveaboard vessels of varying sizes : Raja Ampat Explorer (14), TemuKira (12), Putri Papua (9), Tarata (12) and Nusa Tara (6). We can accommodate individual divers or groups as small as 6, up to a maximum of 14.
  4. Our Departures are all year round to various destinations thus providing flexibility for combining trips.
  5. Specializing in Raja Ampat, Komodo, Halmahera and beyond, that include Misool, Mapia, Manokwari, Triton Bay, Banda, Togian, Lembeh, Derawan & Sangalaki. To Sangeang, Alor, Wakatobi.
  6. Our Support Center Network : Denpasar, Bima, Labuan Bajo, Sorong.
  7. Over 70 % of our bookings are from repeating customers -- a testament to customer satisfaction.
  8. English and French speaking owners have been in the tourism business over two decades and are highly respected in the industry.
  9. Our programs are designed to maximize the diving experience in all destinations, avoiding unnecessary long crossing from/back to Bali.
  10. Personalized services by competent staff, pre and post trips. We are experts in local touring also and can help you arrange other land-based tours throughout Indonesia.
  11. Reasonably priced, good value for the money.





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