Indo Siren liveaboard

 

Komodo Islands | Raja Ampat

Indo Siren liveaboard

The S/Y Indo Siren liveaboard is a top quality vessel to match the top quality diving that Indonesia offers. The all year long schedule sees Indo Siren diving Komodo and Raja Ampat at the best times of the year.

The traditionally styled gaff rigged Phinisi vessel was custom built by Sulawesi craftsmen in 2011.

At 40m long she is very spacious for her 16 guests plus crew. Cabins are luxurious and service onboard is excellent.

S/Y Indo Siren is part of the World Wide Dive and Sail operated Siren Fleet.

 


Accommodation is in a choice of 8 cabins in either twin bed or double bed configuration. All cabins are air conditioned and have private en-suite bathrooms with hot water showers. Other in cabin comforts include storage cupboards for clothes, a safety box, hairdryer, towels and bathrobe, overbead reading lights and a TV.

Dining is outdoors on the covered deck. Meals are served buffet style, soft drinks and snacks are available throughout the day, guests can help themselves.

The air conditioned saloon has comfy sofas where you can relax with a book or watch your latest underwater video on the widescreen TV. The lounge is also where you’ll find the bar.

Up on the sun deck there are 8 cushioned sunloungers.

The huge dive deck has ind ividual stations with personal storage drawers and personal numbered towels.

Photographers will be happy with the separate fresh water rinse tanks specifically for photo/video gear plus indoor and outdoor maintenance tables and numerous charging points throughout the vessel (sockets are 2-pin European style).

Two high powered RIB tenders accompany each cruise.

Safety is a priority and Indo Siren is equipped with life rafts, life jackets, fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, VHF, Sat phone, EPIRB, medical kit, emergency oxygen and DAN O2 provider kits. All dive staff are EFR trained.


  • Max 16 Guests in en-suite double and twin cabins.
  • There is one single bed cabin.
  • Cabins have hot water showers, TV’s and air-con.
  • Cruising Speed of 10 Knots
  • 40m loa

SY Indo Siren liveaboard schedule and prices

DatesDestinationStart / FinishPrice per diver
21 Jun-1 Jul 2016Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
2-12 Jul 2016Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
4-14 Aug 2016Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
26 Aug-5 Sep 2016Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
6-16 Sep 2016Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
17-27 Sep 2016Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
12-22 Oct 2016Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
20-30 Nov 2016Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
12-22 Dec 2016Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
23 Dec-2 Jan 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
3-13 Jan 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
25 Jan-4 Feb 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
5-15 Feb 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
13-23 March 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
27 Apr-6 May 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
7-17 May 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
18-28 May 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
30 Jun-10 Jul 2017Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
11-18 Jul 2017Komodo 7 nightsBima to Bima€2,950
19-29 Jul 2017Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
30 Jul-9 Aug 2017Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
10-20 Aug 2017Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
1-11 Sep 2017Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
12-22 Sep 2017Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
22 Sep-2 Oct 2017Komodo 10 nightsBima to Bima€3,850
24 Oct-3 Nov 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
15-25 Nov 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
26 Nov-6 Dec 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200
18-28 Dec 2017Raja Ampat 10 nightsSorong to Sorong€4,200

Included in the prices: Dive guide, tanks, weights & belt, BCD, Regulator, mask, snorkel, fins, SMB, all meals, fresh fruits and snacks, local brand beer, soft drinks, kayak use, nitrox (to nitrox certified divers), local land transfers to/from the local airport.

Excluded in the prices: International and domestic flights, torch and dive computer rental, insurance, massage service, laundry service, wine, cocktails, port and park fees, PADI courses.

All guests are required to have dive and travel insurance.


SY Indo Siren Itineraries

Komodo

Embark/Disembark: Bima Bay, Sumbawa

Airport: Bima Airport (BMU)

Depart from Bima where there is excellent muck diving at the “Unusual Suspects” dive site. Day 2 is at Sangeang island before cruising into the Komodo national park. Diving on day 3 is at Gilli Lawa Laut and Batu Bolong where strong currents can be experienced, bringing with them grey reef and white tip sharks and schools of snappers and fusileers.

Indo Siren trips include a land excursion at either Rinca or Komodo islands to hunt for Komodo Dragons before cruising southwards to Nusa Kode where in the shelter of Horseshoe Bay are numerous dive sites incluing Cannibal Rock, Torpedo Alley and Yellow Wall of Texas. Across the strait on the south of Komodo Island a day is spent at manta alley before returning northwards once again to dive sites that were not visted during the southward journey. The final day is spent in Bima Bay, where the calm waters offer the perfect spot for some kayaking.

Raja Ampat

Embark/Disembark: Sorong Harbour

Airport: Sorong Airport (SOQ)

Departing from Sorong the S/Y Indo Siren cruises southwards towards Misool, stopping for “muck” dives on the dark sand slopes of Batanta where its critters galore!

Then spent up to 3 days diving a variety of sites in the Misool area for their stunning corals, including Boo Windows and Gorgonian Passage where sea fans dominate the scenery.

Heading back northwards dive around Fam Penemu & Yangeffo islands. Here we find the site of Citrus Ridge, where carpets of brightly coloured soft corals can be found close to the surface which, illuminated by natural sunlight, make this dive site spectacularly beautiful.

There is time for snorkelling in the mangroves and a visit to tiny Airborek Island along with a dusk dive at the pier before heading on to Mansuar for some manta ray action at Manta Sandy.

In the Dampier Strait there are fish in more numbers, shapes and sizes than anywhere else in the world. Not only are there numerous species, but all the levels of the food chain are well represented, from pygmy seahorses to larger pelagics. The most famous sites include Cape Kri and Sardine where speedy drifts can be expected.

The reefs in Raja Ampat just buzz with life! Manta rays, wobbegong sharks and epaulette sharks can all be found in the waters of the Four Kings.

SY Indo Siren Liveaboard photos