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Perjuangan Liveaboard


Perjuangan Liveaboard

Our luxury liveaboard Komodo cruises offer the unique opportunity to select from a variety of activities in the stunning waters of Indonesia, from free diving or scuba diving to snorkeling. You'll sail through the famous Komodo National Park in the Lesser Sunda Islands, one of Indonesia's most beautiful locations, home to exceptional wildlife found nowhere else on Earth. Aboard our traditional Indonesian boat, you'll discover the spectacular landscapes of the island of Komodo. With its white sandy beaches and crystal clear blue water, Komodo is a destination like no other, and one that will leave you with unforgettable memories of a unique holiday experience. Sailing at your own pace around the islands of Komodo and Rinca, home of the famous dragon of Komodo, a cruise aboard the Perjuangan is the perfect way to explore this magnificent World Heritage Site in all its unspoiled natural beauty.

Komodo diving and cruise boat in Flores, Indonesia

Cruise boat sailing in the Komodo National Park

Perjuangan means “The Passionate” in the language of Bahasa Indonesia. Our traditional 21-foot Indonesian boat with its spacious teak interior ensures a warm and elegant atmosphere during your private cruise or diving cruise in Komodo national park. With accommodation for up to seven passengers, the vessel has three air-conditioned cabins including a master cabin with a double bed and en suite shower room with WC, a second cabin with two single beds and a third with one double bed and one single bed. All the cabins offer private en-suite bathrooms with shower, sink and toilet.

The boat’s after deck with bar, kitchen and dining area is a great place to enjoy delicious Indonesian meals and share unforgettable al fresco evenings in the Komodo National Park, while the large foredeck with its removable awning is ideal for relaxing in the shade. Everything has been designed to make your Komodo cruise aboard unforgettable, down to the last detail. The Perjuangan Komodo liveaboard boat will carry you in safety and comfort to a paradise destination in the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia. Our luxury charter boat sails in the famous National Park of Komodo in Flores, a UNESCO World Heritage and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Our Komodo cruise and diving cruise offer a selection of Indonesian cruises and a range of onboard activities to guarantee you the holiday of a lifetime in this beautifully unspoiled park with, among other things, the chance to catch a glimpse of the magnificent Komodo dragon on Dragon Island (Pulau Komodo). Keep in mind that we also propose diving cruise to discover many amazing dive spots of the Komodo national park.

Safety Equipment


Fire extinguisher in each room – 12 life jackets – Small launch with 15 hp engine



Interior woodwork: teak, ironwood with teak oil finish Lower deck: Cabin 1: one double bed, one shower, one WC – Cabin 2: two single beds Cabin 3: one double bed, one single bed * Air conditioning on all cabins Upper deck: incl. hob with two gas burners, one oven – living area – dining table for eight – bar Front deck: 6 sun sun loungers – 1 double sun lounger – 3 tables – BOSE sound system



Main engine: Mitsubishi 6 cylinder – Generator: Motoyama SE8000, 5 kw Navigation: GPS Garmin, echo sounder, depth sounder – Fuel capacity: 1000 L – Water capacity : 2000 L


Captain – deckhand – housekeeper – mechanic – chef – diving instructor


Diving cruise Komodo and private cruise boat accommodation

Diving Indonesia and Komodo liveaboard cruise boat Perjuangan

Our traditional Indonesian cruise boat was launched in August 2013, after being refurbished by a French interior designer. The three new air-conditioned teak cabins sleep up to 7 passengers. All the living areas on board, both interior and exterior, have been designed to offer maximum comfort. During your diving cruise or your private cruise, our discreet crew will always be on hand, to ensure your cruise in Komodo national park is unforgettable. There are many places on the Komodo cruise boat where you can simply sit back and relax, as you contemplate the beautiful vistas of the Komodo National Park on your Indonesia cruise in the Lesser Sunda Islands.





Onboard services Komodo diving cruise or private cruise

Perjuangan Komodo liveaboard services

The friendly and helpful crew of our liveaboard boat are there to ensure every aspect of your diving cruise or private Komodo cruise is perfect down to the last detail, from your transfer from the airport in Labuan Bajo, until the moment your Indonesia cruise in the Lesser Sunda Islands comes to an end. They will lay on cocktails to welcome you aboard, offer refreshments and snacks after your activities, and provide towels when you take a dip in the sapphire blue Indonesian water. There will be new equipment – selected in your size – made available for your activities such as diving or snorkeling in Komodo. And your cabin and bathroom will be cleaned daily. Everything you need for the perfect holiday, in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.



Transfers from/to Labuan Bajo airport in an air-conditioned car

Any personal expenses such as laundry, international phone calls, tips, etc.

Welcome drink

Return flights and airport taxes

Full board: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Additional soft drinks and alcoholic drinks

Snacks, 1 soft drink at lunch and dinner

Komodo & Rinca islands: admission fees, camera and video camera fees, rangers, porters and donations

24 hours service

Water sports and rental equipment

Coffee, tea and mineral water

Diving with a qualified English-speaking dive master/instructor

Daily cabin cleaning

Towels & bathroom amenities
Wifi internet connection
Mobile phone available for local calls
Harbor fees
Flight booking assistance





Activities during your Komodo liveaboard cruise


Diving in the Komodo National Park, Indonesia

Our sea safari cruises offer an unrivalled underwater spectacle thanks to the amazing local biodiversity. A Komodo diving holiday is a chance to discover more than 1,000 species of fish, including manta rays, reef sharks, giant trevally, tuna, turtles… not to mention smaller fry such as pygmy seahorses, toadfish, nudibranches, orang-utan crabs and plenty more besides. The seabed is a riot of color with a wide variety of corals and crinoids. During diving cruise, dives are supervised by a qualified instructor.

Snorkeling in one of the meccas of snorkeling

On a Komodo boat charter holiday in this unspoiled park, snorkeling is the water-based leisure activity par excellence and anyone can enjoy it. With mask and snorkel, you can observe a huge number of marine species, including octopuses, seahorses and sea urchins, all living in this extraordinary coral reef. You’ll discover some of the planet’s most beautiful underwater landscapes at a depth of barely a few meters.

Free diving, beginner to advanced level

Free diving lets you push your physical and mental limits with qualified instructors. A combination of relaxation, flexibility and performance, free diving is a great way to discover the riches of the seabed and feel in perfect harmony with nature.

Fishing on the edge of Indonesia’s Komodo National Park

If you wish, you can also go fishing in wonderful spots where bream, tuna and barracuda await you.

Spearfishing around the Komodo National Park

During your Komodo sailing vacation, why not try your hand at spearfishing? This activity is only possible by the edge of the park, it’s a great way to explore the seabed and magnificent coral reefs. We’ll provide you with top class, new equipment suitable for your size, and can assure you plenty of surprises.

Trekking on Rinca and Komodo islands

During your Komodo tour, you can trek to the very summit of the islands to savor the breathtaking views. In the company of local guides, you can also take a leisurely stroll through lush vegetation worthy of Jurassic Park. As you explore the exotic locations, you’ll get the chance to see legendary Komodo dragons and their huge nests, wild buffaloes, gray monkeys, giant bats and a multitude of astonishing animals.

Tow Surfing at Gili Lawa Darat, Komodo National Park

This boardsport, a mixture of water skiing and snowboarding, is great fun, easy to learn and suitable for all ages and levels. It’s also the best way to get close to the dolphins.



Flores, Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia

Flores Island, one of Indonesia’s most beautiful and fascinating islands

Flores is a long island that’s home to some of the world’s best kept secrets. One of Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda Islands (Nusa Tenggara), it lies east of Sumbawa and west of the Solor Archipelago. Having been in the shadow of its more famous neighbor Bali for some time, the island of Flores is emerging as a unique destination of its own.

Visit Flores Island, Lesser Indonesian Sunda Islands

The interior of this virtually pristine island is shaped by a chain of volcanoes. The highlight for visitors is Mount Kelimutu, a site close to the small town of Monito between Ende and Maumere. There, you can trek up the volcano, see multi-colored crater-lakes of acidic volcanic water, swim in natural pools with waterfalls as a backdrop, enjoy a meal and mingle with the locals, amidst views of lush paddy fields and smoking volcanic mountains. After visiting the lair of the Komodo Dragon on Dragon Island (Pulau Komodo) or Rinca Island, get ready to marvel at some of the wonders of Flores. On your Indonesia islands cruise, you can snorkel off various amazing sites and dive at one of 80 spectacular dive sites. The Komodo islands’ dive spots are well-known to world class divers, as the Komodo National Park’s reserve offers a tropical diving paradise. Swim in unspoiled lakes and waterfalls, do some kayaking through the mangroves and craggy landscapes, explore caves and see how the friendly local people live. Diving Indonesia: Labuan Bajo is a modest area for diving, but excellent for snorkeling.

Visit traditional villages and stay with the local families while taking part in eco-friendly activities like bird watching, trekking and local dances, and maybe enjoy a dip in a waterfall pool. Flores is a place for adventure, diving, eco-tours, and mountain climbing interspersed with visits to prehistoric heritage sites, traditional villages and cultural events. A chain of volcanoes stretches the length of this 450 km long and narrow island, creating complicated V-shaped valleys and knife-edged ridges – terrain that was near impenetrable until recently and has separated the island into many distinct ethnic groups.

Labuan Bajo, cruise gateway to the Komodo islands

On the westernmost tip of the island of Flores, the charming fishing village of Labuan Bajo sits peacefully. The local economy is based around the port and the tourist trade, but over 65% of its income comes from agriculture. Sumba, Flores and Timor’s agricultural lifestyle is reflected in the simplicity of its people and their vibrant cultures. Labuan Bajo’s hotel infrastructure is expanding to meet the steadily growing tourist traffic. On the main street, there are many shops ranging from fashion boutiques to unique gift and souvenir stores, travel agencies, dive operators, local and international restaurants and currency exchanges.

The port of Labuan Bajo, currently being expanded, is the largest on the island of Flores, and all the boats based there sail to the neighboring islands. The main destination from Labuan Bajo is of course the Komodo National Park, which includes over 80 islands, and numerous dive spots that many claim to be the best diving in the world. The majority of tourists head to the unspoiled islands of the park, where our liveaboard boat will take you in just an hour’s sailing time. This exceptional location boasts extraordinary marine biodiversity, and is ideal for enjoying the variety of activities available on all of our Indonesia cruises, including snorkeling and scuba diving in sites of unparalleled beauty.


Komodo National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Named one of the new 7 Wonder of Nature in 2011, the Komodo National Park is a biodiversity reserve also listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1991. The park is made up of numerous islands spread over a territory of 1800 km². The National Park of Komodo in Lesser Sumba Islands was created in 1980 with the primary aim of protecting the Varanus komodoensis (better known as the Komodo dragon). This protection was then extended to the flora and fauna of this wonderful natural area. The park is located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores, in the center of the Indonesian archipelago. About a third of the park is occupied by the islands of Komodo, Rinca, Padar, Nusa Kode and Gili Mota. The rest is composed of sea-grass beds, coral reefs, bays and mangroves. The park is without doubt the heart of the world’s marine biodiversity, and you will experience it in all its majestic glory on your Komodo diving sailing vacation.

Diving cruise and excursions in the Komodo National Park

Komodo is considered to be one of the best dive sites in the world. The area is blessed with crystal clear water, gorgeous coral reefs and sublime desert beaches that you can discover on all of our luxury Indonesia cruises aboard Perjuangan liveaboard boat. The sheer biodiversity here is astonishing, marine life is abundant and the coral reefs are full of vibrant color. This protected natural site is home to thousands of species of fish, more than 250 different species of coral, as well as dolphins, sharks, manta rays, whales, turtles and marine reptiles.

The Komodo National Park is also a habitat for many different species of animals such as wild boars, water buffaloes, deer and the famous Komodo dragon. This fascinating prehistoric creature is the largest land-dwelling reptile in the world. They can grow up to three meter long, weigh more than 100 kg and can live up to 50 years. A dragon is able to knock out a deer with a tail slap and devour a whole goat. Although Komodo dragons eat mostly carrion, they will also hunt live prey including invertebrates, birds and mammals. You will be able to get a glimpse of these animals on Rinca and Pulau Komodo, also called Dragon Island. 


Komodo diving cruise rates / private cruise rates

(per person and per night)


(under 12 years old)


Low Season High Season Low Season High Season

All inclusive cruise

Includes: breakfast, snacks, lunch & dinner

320 370 250 300

Scuba diving with equipment

All inclusive day trip, including two dives in the National Park of Komodo

440 490 - -

Additional dive

Add a extra dive to your trip

35 35 - -


Equipment provided: mask, snorkel & fins


Trekking on Komodo or Rinca islands

Includes: sites admission, rangers & port fees for Komodo or Rinca island

50 50 50 50

All rates are quoted in USD and per person.

Low season: September 1st – December 19th 2014, January 5th – February 15th 2015,
February 23rd – June 30rd 2015, September 1st – December 19th 2015.

High season:
December 20th 2014 – January 4th 2015, Chinese new year: February 16th – February 22nd 2015,
July 1st – August 31st 2015, December 20th 2015 – January 4th 2016.

Indonesia cruise in Komodo National Park, rates 2016 / 2017

In low season: USD 1600 per night, available for 4 nights upwards. In high season: USD 2220 per night, available for 5 nights upwards. The cruises are tailored to guests’ preferred cruise itineraries and sailing duration subject to availability. Perjuangan boat is part of Nyaman Group, discover Nyaman Group and Several Company.

Terms and conditions

Reservation and payment


Documents with a value of contract shall constitute the quote that you will receive, it is valid for 10 days under the conditions of a booking made by the client. Prices are per passenger in double or triple cabin, in the case of occupation by an additional person over the initial number of sleeping provided for, eg: in the case a child would share the bed with parents, the amount for the third person in the cabin is 50% of the price.

The reservation will be confirmed upon receipt of a deposit equal to 50% of the total booking, a detailed invoice of your payment will be sent. The balance must be paid 60 days prior to your arrival. In the case of a reservation made 60 days before arrival, the full amount will be due. In the event that payments would not be made on the agreed dates Perjuangan has the right to cancel the cruise. Payments must be made via bank transfer, credit card or cash. In the context of a payment by credit card, 3% will be added to the price of the reservation.

Cancellation, no show policy and rate modification

  •  No show guests will be subjected to 100% of total booking.

  • 10% of the total booking amount in case the cancellation is made more than 120 days before the beginning of the cruise.

  • 50% of the total booking amount in case the cancellation is made between 119 and 90 days before the beginning of the cruise

  • 75% of the total booking amount in case the cancellation is made between 89 and 60 days before the beginning of the cruise.

  • 100% of the total booking amount in case the cancellation is made less than 59 days before the beginning of the cruise

If the deposit or the full payment is not paid, your reservation can be canceled. If you wish to make a change about the type of cruise, please contact us. In case of cancellation from the customer, or cancellation / delay of a flight inducing cutting short or canceling your stay, the payment won’t be refunded. Perjuangan can cancel a cruise in case of force majeure events as instruction of the authorities, strike, turmoil or other limiting factors. Perjuangan would immediately refund the full amount of your payment. Perjuangan can in all cases deduct a compensation for services partially provided. Perjuangan reserves the right to revise the fees in case of unpredictable changes such as monetary fluctuations, increase of the transportation rates, establishment or rise of government taxes.


Insurance & terms of travel


It is highly recommended to take out travel insurance before your departure. In case of inability to travel occurring before departure, this insurance covers your cancellation fees. This insurance should also guarantee assistance (early return, hospital fees, repatriation costs, etc…). A medical insurance to cover medical costs, assistance, public-liability and accidents is required too. All the obligations related to your trip (obtaining a visa, valid insurances, custom formalities) are your responsibilities.




Aboard Perjuangan boat the passengers are responsible for the damages or losses occurring during their stay. Perjuangan has the right to adjust prices if the fuel increases by more than 15%. Perjuangan cannot be held responsible for any accident, injury, illness, death during the cruise. If the weather conditions are unfavorable, in case of technical problem or in case of delay in obtaining authorizations from ports authorities, itineraries and activities can be changed without giving notice in order to ensure the safety of every passenger. Perjuangan can’t be held responsible for the impossibility of providing the services expected in case of default of external contractors, conflicts or occurrence of serious problems beyond its control. Perjuangan doesn’t take responsibility for compensation claims related to air travel arrangements.


Rules and conditions of dives


The diver must observe the instructions from the diving instructors. The diver is solely responsible to provide medical certificate, contraindication, patent and diving license. The diver acknowledges having sufficient experience and knowledge of the risks


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