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Black Manta Liveaboard Indonesia



MV BLACK MANTA LIVEABOARD INDONESIA




MV Black Manta Liveaboard


M/V Black Manta is a 32 m double engine, steel hull motor yacht. Running her second season in 2008, Black Manta is the latest, greatest addition to the few 5-star luxury liveaboard boats operating around here in Thailand. Designed by divers for divers, she is truly a world-class liveaboard dive vessel, providing the utmost stability and comfort at sea.


Representative : www.come2indonesia.com
Type Of Ship
: Motor Vessel
Year Of Cunstruction
: November 2005 (first season in 2006)
Size : Long 32 m Width 7.2 m
Max Speed
: 10 Knots
Numbers Of Cabin
: 9
Maximum Passenger
: 16 MAX (in up to 18 charter)


Languages spoken in the Boat (English always guaranteed, and the rest is not guaranteed on all cruises) :

 


 


ITINERARY


KOMODO



The Komodo National Park lies in the Wallacea Region of Indonesia. It's identified by WWF and Conservation International as a global conservation priority area, and is located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores.

Komodo National Park includes three major islands: Komodo, Rinca and Padar, as well as numerous smaller islands creating a total surface area (marine and land) of more than 1,800 km². As well as being home to the Komodo Dragon, or Ora, as it is known to Indonesians, the park provides refuge for many other terrestrial species such as wild pigs, Timor deer, water Buffalo, monkeys and horses.

What to see
An opportunity to view the legendary Komodo dragons during your trip should definitely not be missed, but don't forget to give the underwater world a go as well.

Komodo National Park has one of the world's richest marine environments. It consists of over 260 species of reef-building coral, 70 different species of sponges, crustaceans, cartilaginous fishes (including manta ray and sharks), over a 1,000 different species of bony fishes, as well as marine reptiles and marine mammals such as dolphins, whales, and dugongs.

If you return to port at night, you can also see legions of hunting bats flying in the twilight sky. At night on the Flores Sea, you also have a magnificent view of the stars.

Best times to visit
Although Komodo can be visited all year round, the best time to dive is during the dry season (April to November). Water temperatures North of the Park range between 25 and 29°C. Around the central areas, the temperatures range between 24 and 28°C. The temperatures are lowest in the South, ranging from 22 – 28°C. Waters around Komodo are quite clear (10-30m visibility), although closer to the islands conditions are relatively more turbid.

Flight options
There are 3 flights leaving from Denpasar in Bali which will take you to the Labuan Bajo Airport (Flores). The car ride to the pier lasts about 10 minutes. Flights fares range from 650,000 to over 2,000,000 Rupiah depending on when your bookings are made.

  • Lion Air – can book and pay online fly every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
  • Bali - Labuan Bajo Depart 1335 hour Arrive 1500 hr
  • Labuan Bajo – Bali Depart 0830 hour Arrive 1000 hour
  • TransNusa Air (Book with Bali Agents – This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )
  • Merpati Air (Book with Bali Agents – This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )
  • 2 flights daily from Bali to Labuan Bajo around 1100 hr Price about US$220 round trip

Denpasar - Labuan Bajo Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat MV 838 08.00 09.05
( 7 x A Week ) Tue, Fri
MV 912 07.00
08.05
Labuan Bajo – Denpasar
( 7 x A Week )
Mon, Wed, Sat MV 837 16.30
17.35
Tue, Fri, Sun MV 913 08.35
09.40
Thu MV 913 09.35
10.40


5 Days 4 Nights
Trip Prices (per diver) & Cabin Types:

US$1,375 (2013) - En-suite double or twin share cabin
Single Occupancy: 90% in addition to Trip Price
 Day-1 

(1-2 dives) Central Komodo (water Temp 26-28 deg).
8am -10am Domestic flight from Bali (DPS) to Labuan Bajo (LBJ). Flight time around 1 hour (our local agent can help you book). Arrive LBJ, register in National Park office to pay park & harbour fee. Check in Black Manta, welcome & briefing follow by late lunch.

Check dive at Pulau Sabayor Mini Wall, followed by sunset or night dive.

 Day-2
(5 dives) North Komodo (water Temp 26-28 deg);
Crystal Rock, Castle Rock, Tatawa Island, Makassar Reef (Manta Point), optional night dive.

 Day-3
(4 dives) South Komodo (water Temp 22- 26 deg);
Manta Alley, Cannibal Rock, Crinoid Caynon, Torpedo Point, & Yellow wall

 Day-4
(2 dives) North Komodo
Batu Bolong, Bonsa rock. This is followed by a walk on the wide side in search of Komodo Dragons, and trekking on one of the local Islands, then back on board to wash gear relax as we sail towards Labuan Bajo

 Day-5
(0 dives) 7am; check out after breakfast, farewells, and transfer to airport.
Take your pre-booked flight from Labuan Bajo to Bali. Many thanks and see you again in Raja Ampat.


Diving days:
4 days (13 dives)




 

6 Days 5 Nights
Trip Prices (per diver) & Cabin Types:

US$1,650 (2013) - En-suite double or twin share cabin
Single Occupancy; 90% in addition to Trip Price
 Day-1 

(1-2 dives) 8am -10am - Domestic flight from Bali (DPS) to Labuan Bajo (LBJ). Flight time around 1 hour (remember our local agent can help you to book). Arrive LBJ, register in National Park office to pay park & harbour fee. Check in Black Manta, Welcome & Briefing follow by late lunch. Central Komodo (water Temp 26-28 deg). Check dive at Pulau Sabayor Mini Wall, followed by sunset or night dive.

 Day-2
(5 dives) North Komodo (water temp 26-28 deg); Crystal Rock, Castle Rock, Tatawa Island, Makassar Reef (Manta Point), optional night dive.

 Day-3
(4 dives) South Komodo (water temp 22-26 deg); Manta Alley, Cannibal Rock, Crinoid Canyon, Torpedo Point, & Yellow wall.

 Day-4
(4 dives) South Komodo, Padar Island; one of our favourite regions in the park with some stunning and diverse dive sites such as 3 Sisters and Pillarsteen.

 Day-5
(2-3 dives) North Komodo, Batu Bolong, Bonsa rock. This is followed by a walk on the wide side in search of Komodo Dragons, and trekking on one of the local Islands, then back on board to wash gear relax as we sail towards Labuan Bajo.

 Day-6 

(0 dives) 7am; check out after breakfast, farewells, and transfer to airport. Take your pre-booked flight from Labuan Bajo to Bali. Many thanks and see you again in Raja Ampat.


Diving days:
5 days (18 dives)






7 Days 6 Nights
Trip Prices (per diver) & Cabin Types:

US$1,875 (2013) - En-suite double or twin share cabin
Single Occupancy; 90% in addition to Trip Price
 Day-1 

(1-2 dives) 8am -10am - Domestic flight from Bali (DPS) to Labuan Bajo (LBJ). Flight time around 1 hour (remember our local agent can help you to book). Arrive LBJ, register in National Park office to pay park & harbour fee. Check in Black Manta, Welcome & Briefing follow by late lunch.

Central Komodo (water Temp 26-28 deg). Check dive at Pulau Sabayor Mini Wall, followed by sunset or night dive.

 Day-2
(5 dives) North Komodo (water temp 26-28 deg); Crystal Rock, Castle Rock, Tatawa Island, Makassar Reef (Manta Point), optional night dive.

 Day-3
(4 dives) South Komodo (water temp 22-26 deg); Manta Alley, Cannibal Rock, Crinoid Canyon, Torpedo Point, & Yellow wall.

 Day-4
(4 dives) South Komodo, Padar Island; one of our favourite regions in the park with some stunning and diverse dive sites such as 3 Sisters and Pillarsteen.

 Day-5
(4 dives) South Komodo, Nusa Kode; this uninhabited island in the south of the park boasts some of the most spectacular dive sites in Komodo.

 Day-6 

(2 dives) North Komodo, Batu Bolong, Bonsa rock. This is followed by a walk on the wide side in search of Komodo Dragons, and trekking on one of the local Islands, then back on board to wash gear relax as we sail towards Labuan Bajo.

 Day-7
(0 dives) 7am; check out after breakfast, farewells, and transfer to airport. Take your pre-booked flight from Labuan Bajo to Bali.


Diving days:
6 days (20 dives)






KOMODO DIVE SITES





RAJA AMPAT


Located off the northwest tip of Bird's Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea, in the province of West Papua, Raja Ampat, or the Four Kings, is an archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands, caves, and shoals surrounding the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta, Waigeo and the smaller island of Kofiau.

Raja Ampat is a new regency which separated from Sorong Regency in 2004. It encompasses more than 40,000 km² of land and sea, which also contains Cenderawasih Bay, the largest national marine park in Indonesia. It is a part of West Papua, which was formerly known as Irian Jaya. Some of the islands are the northernmost pieces of land in the Australian continent.

What to see
Raja Ampat is all about diversity - not only diversity of species, but also of dive sites. There are some areas where soft corals and sea fans dominate, others with hard corals, seagrass beds, mangroves, shallow reefs, drop offs, caves, black sand and white sand... and there are more species of fish life here anywhere else in the world. Here, all the levels of the food chain are well represented – from pygmy seahorses to top predators. In many places brightly colored soft corals can be found close to the surface which, illuminated by natural sunlight, make these dive sites spectacularly colorful. The reefs in Raja Ampat just buzz with life!

The stunning beauty of Raja Ampat's exotic & enchanting islands will leave your camera full. Take extra memory sticks for the underwater scenery; great visibility, pristine waters, healthy reefs and a dazzling array of marine life promise pretty pictures indeed!

The jewel of Raja Ampat is found further down south. Misool is also a place of great bio-diversity and wonderful cave diving opportunities. Do take time to experience both the north and the south islands of Raja Ampat.

Diving Season
There is no best or worst time for Irian Jaya diving. Conditions remain largely the same throughout the year.

Occasionally the sea might pick up a little at Raja Ampat between the months of July and September but these are only minor swells which should not cause you much inconvenience.



7 Days 6 Nights
Trip Prices (per diver) & Cabin Types:

US$2,400 (2013) - En-suite double or twin share cabin
Single Occupancy: 90% in addition to Trip Price
 Day-1 

(0 dives) 5pm. Arrival from Jakarta, Makassar, or Manado to Sorong. On arrival our staff will meet you at Sorong Airport to assist you and transfer to Black Manta. Once all guests are onboard you will receive a very warm welcome, briefing, dinner, then we set sail to Raja Ampat.

 Day-2
(4 dives) Yanggefo Island, Citrus ridge, Mayhem ridge, Manta Sandy, & night dive.

 Day-3
(4 dives) Mansuar Corner, Cape Kri, Sardine Reef, & night dive.

 Day-4
(3 dives) Blue Magic, Mike Point, Mioskon, and then sail overnight to Misool.

 Day-5
(4-5 dives) Boo Island, Boo Corner, Magic Mountain, & No Contest.

 Day-6 

(2 dives) Nudi Rock, Tank Rock, and then sail back to Sorong Port. Plenty of time to wash & dry equipment, have lunch, and rest & relaxation..

 Day-7
(0 dives) 7am. Check out after breakfast, farewells, and transfer to airport. Departure from Sorong to Manado or Jakarta or Denpasar.



Diving days:
5 days (18 dives)





10 Days 9 Nights
Trip Prices (per diver) & Cabin Types:

US$3,300 (2013) - En-suite double or twin share cabin
Single Occupancy: 90% in addition to Trip Price
 Day-1 

(0 dives) 5pm. Arrival from Jakarta, Makassar, or Manado to Sorong. On arrival our staff will meet you at Sorong Airport to assist you and transfer to Black Manta. Once all guests are onboard you will receive a very warm welcome, briefing, dinner, then we set sail to Raja Ampat.

 Day-2
(4 dives) Yanggefo Island; Mayhem Ridge, Citrus ridge, Deep rock, & night dive.

 Day-3
(4 dives) Mansuar Corner, Manta Sandy, Cape Kri, & night dive.

 Day-4
(4 dives) Blue Magic, Sardine reef, Manta Spa, & night dive.

 Day-5
(3 dives) Friwinbonda, Mike Point, Mioskon, and then sail over night to Misool.

 Day-6 

(4 dives) Misool; Boo Corner, The Window, Magic Mountain, & night dive.

 Day-7
(4 dives) Nudi Rock, Tank Rock, Whale Rock, & night dive.

Day-8
(4-5 dives) Love Portion (sea mount), No contest (big fish), & night dive

Day-9
(2 dives) Your choice, and then sail back to Sorong Port. Plenty of time to wash & dry equipment, have lunch, and rest & relaxation.

Day-10
(0 dives) 7am. Check out after breakfast, farewells, and transfer to airport. Departure from Sorong to Manado/ Makassar/ Jakarta/ Denpasar.


Diving days:
8 days (30 dives)






CENDERAWASIH BAY

The large Cenderawasih Bay National Park in the north of the island of Papua, otherwise known as Teluk Cenderawasih, includes Indonesia's largest marine national park, and is one of the best dive-sites in the archipelago.

Comprising land and coastal areas, islands, coral reefs and pristine seas, the Cendrawasih Park covers a total area of 1,453,500 hectares.The Cendrawasih Bay Park combines coral reef ecosystems with mangroves, islands and terrestrial tropical forest ecosystems. Here are colonies of black coral, blue coral and soft coral. The Park is famous for the 209 fish species that make this Park their habitat such as the butterfly fish, damselfish and parrotfish, and, of course the whaleshark. Mollusks found here include the trumpet triton, the great clam and the cone shell.

What to see
Cenderewasih has magnificent vertical drops, picturesque hard coral gardens, sponge life and myriads of fish .This is the playground of one of the world's largest animals: the spotted whaleshark (rhincodon typus). Though elsewhere in the world divers consider themselves lucky enough to meet one or two, here they come in pods and divers can swim among them.

Scientist Dr. Gerald Allen calls the Cendrawasih Bay "The Galapagos of Indonesia's Reefs". Whalesharks are migratory animals, and are known to grow to 18 meters in length or more. Biologists tell us that they are an acient species originating some 60 million years ago, and are usually found in the open sea. They have a lifespan of 70 years. A 7 meter whaleshark can weigh up to 22 tonnes. Unbelievably these huge animals are docile since they live only on plankton, clouds of egg roe and small fish, which in Indonesia are called "ikan teri".

In the village of Kwatisore near the town of Nabire, these giant fish usually gather by the floating platforms, called bagan, where fishermen haul in their catch of small fry. Kwatisore can be reached from Nabire in around three hours by boat.The only accommodation available in this village are simple rooms at the SD Imanuel Primary School in Kwatinsore. Here the local government trains 20 students to become dive guides and to develop facilities in Kwatisore to serve more tourists.

Besides the whaleshark, four species of turtles inhabit these waters. The hawksbill turtle, the common green turtle, the Pacific ridley turtle and the leatherback turtle can be found in Cenderewasih alongside other creatures such as dugongs, coconut crabs, dolphins and sharks.


Diving Season

The best time to dive in Cenderawasih is from October through to April. The weather is usually mild - little wind and rain.

Flight Options
It is easiest to fly through to Manokwari (MKW) via Jakarta (JKT), Makassar (UPG Ujung Pandang), or Singapore (SIN). Here are our recommended routes;

  • Singapore to Ujung Pandang (Makassar) or Jakarta; flights every day with Garuda Air or Ujung Pandang
  • Garuda Air fly direct on way out, but on return can fly via Jakarta or stay 1 extra night in Makassar for direct flight next day.
  • Sriwijaya Air fly via Jakarta, then early flight to Manokwari via Ujung Pandang. On the return will have to stay 1 extra night in Jakarta
  • Jakarta or Ujung Pandang (Makassar) to Manokwari; can book directly with Sriwijaya Air


Itinerary from Ujung Pandang

  • Before trip; ETD-UPG 04:30, ETA-MWK 09:20, flight SJ 570
  • After trip; ETD-MKW 10:05, ETA-UPG 12:55, flight SJ 571


Cost; US$310 (2.8 million IDRp) return per person
Both Airlines have 20Kg allowance, although you may pay for 10Kg extra (US$2/kilo) when booking, if needed.

Other Airline Carriers;
Batavia, Merpati, Express Air andLion Wings operate to Manokwari (with stopovers in Ujung Pandang/Makassar). 1 night stay recommended in Jakatar/ Massakar before flying next day.



7 Days 6 Nights
Trip Prices (per diver) & Cabin Types:

US$2,200 (2013) - En-suite double or twin share cabin
Single Occupancy: 90% in addition to Trip Price
Brief Itinerary

(schedules are subjected to changes according to weather and sea condition)
 Day-1 

(1-2 dives) 3pm; arrival from Jakarta, Ujung Pandang, or Manado to Manokwari. Our staff will meet you at Rendani Airport and take you to the awaiting Black Manta. Depending on arrival time we can do check dives at outer reef/ wreck before we sail for Cenderawasih Bay.

 Day-2
(4 dives) Cenderawasih Bay.

 Day-3
(4 dives) Cenderawasih Bay.

 Day-4
(4 dives) Cenderawasih Bay.

 Day-5
(4 dives) Reef Dives.

 Day-6 

(2 dives) Wreck dives, and then sail back to Manokwari Habour.

 Day-7
(0 dives) 7am; check out after breakfast, farewells, and transfer to Rendani Airport.


NOTE: Sightings of Whale Sharks is very common but we do not GUARANTEE!


Total (20 dives)
Diving days: 6 days (20 dives)







FEATURES


1. CABIN AND OTHER SPACES
  • Type of Cabin: 2DELUXE CABIN DOUBLE  -  4DELUXE CABIN DOUBLE/TWIN  -  2STANDART CABIN TWIN (All the same price, those booking first choose)
  • Bathroom Cabin :
  • Toilet / Showers : 11/12
  • Sink : Yes
  • Shampoo / Gel : Yes
  • Bathrobe : Yes
  • Safe-deposit Box : Yes
  • Nightstand / Mirror : Yes
  • Extinguishers: Yes
  • Hot Shower : Yes
  • Windows in cabin : Yes
  • Air Conditioner : Yes
  • Towels : Yes
  • TV/DVD in Cabin : No
  • TV/DVD in Dining room : Yes
  • Reading light in bed : Yes
  • Fire Detectors : Yes
  • Outside Toilets : Yes, 1



Double Lower Deck Cabin
 


Twin Share Lower Deck Cabin






  2.  BOAT FACILITY:
  • Crew : 11 person
  • Dive Masters : 3 Dive Master
  • Camera Table
  • Pressurized air to chambers
  • Diving Platform
  • Spare room
  • Canoes/Kayaks
  • Main Dining Room
  • 42 inch Plasma TV and DVD player in HIFI
  • Reading Books
  • Books Of Marine Species
  • Outdoor Dining room : 7x8m
  • Solarium : 400m2
  • Sunbeds and Mattresses : 10

3. DIVING :
  • Nitrox : Yes (Not Free)
  • Nitrox  Prices : 12 USD/tanks
  • Package10 Filled 10USD/tanks
  • Diving Equipment in shade
  • Aluminum Tanks
  • 15L Tanks under lease : 12 USD/Day
  • Din & International
  • Adapters
  • Station with load stabilizer



































TRIP SCHEDULES 2014

Start Date

End Date

Embark

Disembark

Route

Pricing USD

Duration

 

January 2014

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09-Jan (Thu)

15-Jan (Wed)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2400

7D6N

           

 

17-Jan (Fri)

23-Jan (Thu)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2400

7D6N

           

 

27-Jan (Mon)

05-Feb (Mon)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3400

10D6N

           

 

February 2014

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06-Feb (Thu)

12-Feb (Wed)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2400

7D6N

           

 

14-Feb (Fri)

23-Feb (Sun)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3400

10D9N

           

 

26-Feb (Wed)

05-Mar (Wed)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2400

8D7N

           

 

March 2014

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07-Mar (Fri)

15-Mar (Sat)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3150

9D8N

           

 

17-Mar (Mon)

24-Mar (Mon)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2700

8D7N

           

 

26-Mar (Wed)

01-Apr (Tue)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2400

7D6N

           

 

April 2014

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10-Apr (Sat)

19-Apr (Sat)

Sorong

Ambon

Raja Ampat-Banda-Ambon

3500

10D9N

           

 

23-Apr (Wed)

03-May (Sat)

Ambon

Ambon

Ambon-Banda-Alor-Komodo

3850

11D10N

           

 

May 2014

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06-May (Tue)

13-May (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

2250

8D7N

           

 

15-May (Thu)

20-May (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

22-May (Thu)

27-May (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

29-May (Thu)

03-Jun (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

June 2014

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05-Jun (Thu)

10-Jun (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

12-Jun (Thu)

17-Jun (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

19-Jun (Thu)

24-Jun (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

26-Jun (Thu)

01-Jul (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

July 2014

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03-Jul (Thu)

08-Jul (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

11-Jul (Thu)

16-Jul (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

18-Jul (Thu)

23-Jul (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

25-Jul (Thu)

30-Jul (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

August 2014

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07-Aug (Thu)

12-Aug (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

14-Aug (Thu)

19-Aug (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

21-Aug (Thu)

26-Aug (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

28-Aug (Thu)

02-Aug (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

September 2014

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04-Sep (Thu)

09-Sep (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

16-Sep (Thu)

16-Sep (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

18-Sep (Thu)

23-Sep (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Labuhan Bajo

Komodo - North South

1750

6D5N

           

 

25-Sep (Thu)

30-Oct (Tue)

Labuhan Bajo

Maumere

Komodo - Maumere

1750

6D5N

           

 

October 2014

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02-Oct (Thu)

12-Oct (Sun)

Maumere

Ambon

Maumere-Alor-Banda-Ambon

3850

11D10N

           

 

14-Oct (Tue)

21-Oct (Tue)

Ambon

Ambon

Ambon-Banda-Ring of Fire

3200

8D7N

           

 

23-Oct (Thu)

31-Nov (Fri)

Ambon

Sorong

Ambon-Banda-Ring-Raja

3500

9D8N

           

 

November 2014

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02-Nov (Fri)

07-Nov (Thu)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat

2300

6D5N

           

09-Nov (Sun)

15-Nov (Sut)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2400

7D6N

           

17-Nov (Mon)

25-Dec (Mon)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3200

9D8N

           

26-Nov (Tue)

02-Dec (Mon)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2500

7D6N

           

December 2014

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04-Dec (Thu)

11-Dec (Thu)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2800

8D7N

           

 

13-Dec (Sat)

19-Dec (Wed)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2500

7D6N

           

 

21-Dec (Sun)

28-Dec (Sun)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3000

8D7N

           

 

30-Dec (Tue)

06-Jan (Tue)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3000

8D7N



TRIP SCHEDULES 2015

Start Date

End Date

Embark

Disembark

Route

Pricing USD

Duration

 

January 2015

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08-Jan (Thu)

15-Jan (Thu)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2800

8D7N

 

17-Jan (Sat)

24-Jan (Sat)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2800

8D7N

 

26-Jan (Mon)

03-Feb (Tue)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3200

9D8N

 

February 2015

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06-Feb (Fri)

14-Feb (Sat)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3200

9D8N

 

16-Feb (Mon)

24-Feb (Tue)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3200

9D8N

 

25-Feb (Wed)

05-Mar (Thu)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3200

9D8N

 

March 2015

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05-Mar (Thu)

12-Mar (Thu)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

3150

8D7N

 

14-Mar (Sat)

21-Mar (Sat)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2700

8D7N

 

23-Mar (Mon)

30-Apr (Mon)

Sorong

Sorong

Raja Ampat - Misool

2400

8D7N





For those of Raja Ampat cruises, those who leagues a day before MAY gratuitamente sleep a night on the boat!


Precise Includes :

Transfers (i / v) from the hotel / airport - Boat, accommodation in shared double cabin in the Black Manta, all meals, snacks, fruit, coffee, tea, hot chcocolate, towel and bathroom, cabin service, bottle , Belt lead sinkers, Divemasters.


Price Not Includes :

Cheap domestic or international, airport taxes, hotel rates, national park and the port (U.S. $ 90 to pay on the boat), diving insurance (required), Massage (25US $ / hour), soft drinks, alcohol, Cafe type Nespresso (U.S. $ 2), rental of diving equipment, Nitrox (12US $ / tank), Vacation 15L bottle ($ 12 / day).


* Fuel Supplement :

So far Black Manta has never had to collect any fuel supplement, because Indonesia has been keeping fuel prices stable. But if there was a spontaneous rise of the price of the Black Manta reserves the right to charge a fuel supplement of up to U.S. $ 150 per person / cruise.





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