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Why you should choose an Aggressor Liveaboard:
The mission of Aggressor Liveaboards is to provide their guests with the highest quality, most innovative and safest trips possible.
They offer unparalleled customer service on their small group adventures, accessing the most exciting destinations around the world to offer the best experience possible.

Raja Ampat Aggressor stands out from other Liveaboards with its exceptional service, experienced crew and top-notch amenities.
The yacht is spacious and comfortable, accommodating up to 16 guests and the crew provides personalized attention that goes above and beyond to create an unforgettable diving experience.
With Raja Ampat Aggressor, you can explore the best diving spots in Raja Ampat, Derawan or North Sulawesi in style and comfort.

There is one Master stateroom on the Upper deck with a queen and single bed and picture window (#5), 2 deluxe cabins on the main deck (#3 and #4) with a queen bed and a single bed and 5 twin cabins with L shaped configuration of single bunk beds for twin use, of these 5 cabins #1 and 2 are on the main deck and have porthole windows and cabins #6, 7 and 8 are on the Upper deck and have picture windows.
All staterooms have climate controls, TV’s with movies and private bathrooms.

The spacious air-conditioned lounge and salon offers 3 meals a day (Indonesian and international cuisine), 24/7 coffee, tea, snacks and cold drinks and an International selection of wines, the latest audio and video entertainment systems, an extensive marine life, music and movie libraries and a private photo corner with charging stations and an editing and viewing laptop area.

Join Raja Ampat Aggressor for a luxurious and adventurous diving experience in Raja Ampat, Derawan or Sulawesi and enjoy the most pristine diving sites in the region.

Some of the most frequently asked questions about Raja Ampat.
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Raja Ampat Aggressor - schedule

Raja Ampat Aggressor - prices and what's included

Prices are per person per trip and based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.
Exact pricing is available on the schedule here as prices vary dependant on the time of year, destination and the length of the trip and sometimes special offers are available.

The trip price includes :
Accommodations aboard the yacht
Compressed air tanks, weights & belts
All meals and snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, local beer and wine
Airport transfers
Up to 4 dives a day including night dives (conditions permitting).

The trip price does not include :
Airfare (international and domestic)
Equipment rentals
Nitrox fills
Certification or specialty courses
Hotel stays/day rooms
Dinner on final evening
Crew gratuity
Port/park fees.
The port/park/fuel fee will be paid onboard the yacht by MC, Visa or cash.
Dive insurance is mandatory as is your own personal dive computer (You can rent one for the trip if you do not have your own).
As well as the Mandatory Dive Insurance we highly recommend Trip and Travel Insurance on the off chance of missed or cancelled flights / lost baggage, documents, money or passport / Covid issues or any other unforeseen problems that could possibly occur.
Dive Assure Insurance offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package

A single supplement rate is charged 65% of the charter rate for a guaranteed private room.
The 65% is based on the full published price and not available on discounted trip price.

Booking and cancellation Terms and Conditions:

Booking deposit: 50% of your invoice total is required within 7 days of booking to confirm the booking.
The remaining final payment of 50% is due to 90 days prior to the departure date to complete your booking.
Individual booking made less than 90 days before the departure date are due full payment upon booking to confirm your booking.
Cancellation at any stage involves forfeit of the money already payed.
Payment can be made via bank transfer or Credit or Debit card (Visa, AMEX, Mastercard) at no extra charge.

Dive Equipment rental
Equipment type 10 Nights 7 Nights
Complete set of Rental (BCD, Regulator, Computer, Night Dive Light, Mask, Fins, Snorkel) 260.00 175.00
BCD 90.00 60.00
Scuba Package (BCD, Regulator, Computer) 225.00 150.00
Dive Computer 90.00 60.00
Dive Alert (Surface air horn) 24.00 25.00
Mask / Fin / Snorkel 75.00 50.00
Regulators 90.00 60.00
Wetsuit 70.00 50.00
Nitrox unlimited all trip (32%) for qualified divers 150.00 100.00
The Larger 100cu ft / 15L tank 120.00 75.00

Raja Ampat Aggressor - Video

Raja Ampat Aggressor - cabins

The Raja Ampat Aggressor sleeps 16 guests in privacy and comfort.
The accommodations include 1 Master stateroom with queen bed, 2 Deluxe staterooms with one queen bed and one twin bunk bed, and 5 Twin staterooms each with 2 twin beds in an L shape.
All staterooms have port holes or picture windows, climate controls, TV’s with movies and private bathrooms.

Deluxe Stateroom
The 2 Deluxe cabins on the main deck (#3 and #4) have both a queen bed and a single bed in a bunk bed configuration and the 5 Deluxe Twin cabins have an L shaped configuration of single beds for twin use, of these 5 cabins #1 and #2 are on the main deck and have porthole windows and cabins #6, 7 and 8 are on the Upper deck and have picture windows.
Each stateroom has a private bathroom and shower and individual climate control.
There is also a Tv with a movie collection for your entertainment, nightly turndown service and morning beverage service.

Master Stateroom
The Master stateroom on the Upper deck has a large picture window and a queen size bed suitable for a couple.
The stateroom has a private bathroom and shower and individual climate control.
There is also a Tv with a movie collection for your entertainment, nightly turndown service and morning beverage service.

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    Deluxe Double / Twin Cabin

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    Deluxe Double / Twin Cabin

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    Master Cabin

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    Deluxe Twin Cabin

Raja Ampat Aggressor - itineraries

Due to the many and varied itineraries we have provided links to a PDF form for each trip

Raja Ampat
Raja Ampat, Halmahera and Lembeh
Lembeh, North Sulawesi and Derawan

How to get to Raja Ampat.

Raja Ampat Aggressor - diving

Raja Ampat diving

Raja Ampat (or the Four Kings) is an archipelago consisting of the islands of Misoool, Salawati, Batanta, and Wiageo which are surrounded by over 1,500 small islands and cays. Formerly known as Irian Jaya, this area is now part of the newly named West Papua province of Indonesia and is located on the northwest tip of Bird's Head Peninsula, on the island of New Guinea.

Put simply, Raja Ampat could quite possibly be the best diving in the world. It certainly is the world's most bio diverse marine region with more recorded fish, coral and mollusc species than anywhere else on Earth. The variety of marine life can be staggering. Some areas boast enormous schools of fish and regular sightings of sharks, such as wobbegongs. In Mansuar, you may encounter large groups of manta rays and turtles. From the boat and often close to shore you may get the chance to don your snorkelling gear for some unforgettable interaction with resident pods of dolphins or even some passing whales. Other highlights include the innumerable war wrecks, both ships and planes (with new wrecks being discovered constantly).

The reefs of Raja Ampat are just as varied as the marine life. There are vertical walls, reef flats, slopes, sea mounts, mucky mangroves, lagoons and pinnacles. The reefs are in pristine condition with miles of perfect hard corals and many varied colourful species of soft corals. The diving is predominantly drift dives due to the moderate prevalent currents in the area which provide nutrients for the myriad fish and coral. Currents are average to moderate and vary from none to very strong. Visibility is normally very good but can vary and is normally at its best earlier in the day so your pre-breakfast dives are not to be slept through!

This is truly "Frontier Diving". Topside the beautiful islands stretch as far as you can see and are largely uninhabited. At night the lights of local fishing boats twinkle in the dark along the few inhabited shorelines while in more remote areas you may only see a distant spec of light over the entire horizon.

Raja Ampat has a high season from October to May and weirdly enough it is during their rainy season due to the winds in the dry season making parts of the park inaccessable.
The rainy season should not be mis-construed though. It is generally mostly a shower in the late afternoon and evening and most of the time the days are nice, wind is minimal and the skys are generally clear or slightly over cast.
The seas are calmer at this time of the year as the oppposite season has winds that kick up waves and make it very difficult to dive the more exposed sites in the Southern part of Raja Ampat.
The water temperature stays roughly the same around the 27-30 degrees celcius mark all year round.

Recently, due to the popularity of Raja Ampat, a lot of boats have been running trips in the so called low season (May to October) and this is also the dry season and so promotes nicer weather and better visibility but the trade off is that only the northern more sheltered part of the park is accessable due to higher winds and waves but as the area is so vast and there are so many quality dive sites the reports from these northern trips have been glowing so far and there are new dive sites being discovered all the time.

Raja Ampat Aggressor - specs

Built to Lloyd’s classification and American Bureau of Shipping Standards.
• Length:  100 ft. 
• Beam: 26
• Passengers: 16
• Crew:  13
• 7, 9, 10, 12 night Trips
• Boarding:  3:00 p.m.
• Check out: Final Day 8 a.m.
• Twin diesel engines on all steel and aluminum yachts
• Two or more generators, 110-208 ac voltage, each capable of supplying the yachts needs independently
• Two SCUBA air compressors with cascade storage
• Nitrox membrane system  with cascade storage
• Watermaker with ample storage
• Support dinghies with outboard motors for shore excursions and scuba diving
• Radar
• Magnetic Compass
• Depth sounders
• Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
• Multiple VHF radios
• Long Range Single Side Band Radio
• Satellite Phone (where necessary)
• Satellite Email (where necessary)
• Shore excursions to cays and beaches (where available)
• Snorkeling and scuba diving
• Digital underwater photography
• Entertainment center, featuring a TV, DVD, stereo player and an assortment of movies and books
• Hang bar for safety stops (where necessary)
• Complete First Aid Kit and medical supplies
• D.A.N. Oxygen System with 100% demand regulator
• Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)
• Fire and Smoke Detection Systems
• Fire extinguishers and Fire Fighting Equipment
• EPIRB – Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon
• Life rafts & rescue craft
• Life jackets equipped with lights and whistles for all passengers and crew
• Full Complement of Safety and Rescue Equipment
• Emergency flares