Far East & Australia - Liveaboards
Australia & the Far East is home to some of the world’s most exciting and sought after scuba diving and perfect diving holiday locations. Visit sites that haven’t changed since the dawn of diving to glide along some of the most picturesque and impressive walls and distant coral seas - dive holidays dreams are made of.
Visit one of the seven wonders of the world – The Great Barrier Reef which runs some 2000 miles along the north western coast of Australia.
Manado and Wakatobi off the north and south east of Sulawesi in Indonesia. Manado's Bunaken Marine park is within 30 minutes of the authentic and unassuming accomodation. Wakatobi offers the best of luxury accommodation & liveaboards. Both are world class diving locations. Photographers will enjoy diving in Lembehwhere there are specialist led diving weeks and camera rooms.
Layang, Layang off the coast of Saba is largely unexplored with 50m visibility and famous for hammerheads. This reclaimed 50 acre island offers spectacular wall diving plus giant mantas and morays.
Offering excellent value in the Far East is in the Philippines with some of the best diving in all asia. dive sites. It has the widest choice of dive sites from deep dives, drift dives, wreck sites and many more. Our latest edition to the programme is our choice of liveaboard to Sipadan, Borneo on the north east coast of Malaysia. See 1000s of schooling pelagics, visit world class muck, reef and wall dive sites - some of the best in the world. And finally, Thailand, ideal for leisurely diving, stunning beaches and perfect for non-divers too.
Komodo Indo Aggressor Liveaboard - Komodo, Indonesia, Far East & Australia
For your scuba diving and liveaboard holiday to the Komodo National Park, the luxury Komodo Indo Aggressor liveaboard offers you chance to see a wide variety of dive sites on 7, 10, 11 or 13 night itineraries. Initially designed to conserve the unique species - the flesh eating Komodo dragon, the UNESCO World Heritage Komodo National Park,now offers protection to a wide variety of life in the water as well as on land. Covering 1,817 square kilometers, one of the best ways to visit and dive the islands is by liveaboard. Our recommended itineraries offer choices to include Bali, Tulamben, East Sumbawa, Alor Archipelago and East Flores.
The Komodo Dancer is based on Flores Island park of the Komodo National Park.
A 98’ finely crafted wooden sailing yachit, with twin masts, built in the Pinisi style. It offers comfortable cruising with 8 double or twin staterooms for up to 16 passengers. with a choice of deluxe staterooms with queen bed, 2 Owner’s staterooms with two single beds or one Asian king bed, and 4 twin staterooms with two twin bunk beds (European style). Each stateroom has ensuite private toilet, shower and sink, extra storage and individual climate control.
Spacious air conditioned salon and dining area with separate seating areas. there is a TV, compact disk player, DVD player and stereo in the main salon. The sun deck with shading, table, lounges and deck chairs. Her diving amenities include freshwater rinse showers, camera table and nitrox.
The Indo Aggressor, formerly known as the Komodo Dancer, offers a choice of 4 different itineraries. Choose from 7, 10 and 11 night cruises: the Komodo Deep South (7 nights); Bali, Tulamben, East Sumbawa & Komodo National Park (11 nights); Komodo National Park (10 nights); Alor Archipelago, East Flores and Wakatobi (10 nights).
Best Time: Year round.
Average Air temps: 30°C
Average Water temps: 22-29°C
Top Dive Sites: Komodo National Park, Sape Straits (between Komodo and Rinca Island), Banta Island Makassa Reef, Manta Alley,
Great Reasons to Dive in Komodo National Park