Calico Jack - komodo / raja ampat Liveaboard

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Calico Jack is a newly built and beautifully hand-made 30m traditional Indonesian sailing boat. Built from the finest tropical sustainable forest hardwoods to the highest standards by the master builders of Sulawesi, the Calico Jack blends the best of traditional with modern amenities and green technology.

The professional and friendly crew are on hand to ensure you have the best journey you could wish for whether it is a journey of discovery and relaxation to fantastic ‘castaway’ islands or superb diving locations.

Calico Jack has been tastefully and comfortably furnished throughout with all the modern facilities you would expect and can host a maximum of 10 guests in 5 luxury cabins to choose from; 2 double bed cabins and 3 cabins each with 2 single beds all with en-suite toilets, hot showers, Air Conditioning.

The wide front deck offers a large sheltered dining area equipped with a sound system and plenty of space for relaxation. The top sun deck thoughtfully laid out with loungers, Is a great spot to unwind and watch the sunset with a cocktail.

Expect some wonderful Asian fusion culinary delights during your stay on board. Dinner is a 3 course gourmet affair served by the crew. You can either choose your own menus or enjoy your favourites just how you like them or, much like your vacation, you can adventure into an unknown journey of discovery! The kitchen crew are even happy to share their culinary knowledge with you if you would like to enjoy some cooking classes.

With two tenders and a compressor, the boat is well equipped for diving, surfing, kite surfing and exploration trips around the beautiful islands of Indonesia. Everyone, young and old, will enjoy the extras available on board : snorkelling equipment, kayaks, fishing gear.

Calico Jack - prices

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Full pricing is available on the schedule here.
Prices are in US dollars for one week based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.

Inclusions in the price

  • All the dives, guided, 3 dives a day + night dive when possible. No dive on the arrival day, 2 dives on the last day of the cruise, no dive on the check out day.
  • Aluminium 80CF tank, diving weights, weights belts.
  • All meal and snacks onboard. Drinking water, hot drinks (the, coffee, milk, chocolate), soft drinks.
  • Airport, boat, airport transfers at cruise departure & arrival location

Exclusions in the price

  • Harbor and national park entry, local diving taxes
  • Beers, wines and liquors
  • Expresso coffee
  • Dive equipment rental
  • 100cf tank
  • Travel insurance - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
  • Dive insurance – MANDATORY - we recommend Divers Alert Network (DAN) -Crew gratuities
  • International and domestic air, land, sea transportation, tax and excess baggage charges
  • Visa, hotels and food ashore before and after the cruise.

Calico Jack - schedule

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09Jul17
14Jul17
Embark: Komodo
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Komodo
6 spaces available
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Price from 1350 Euros
17Jul17
25Jul17
Embark: Komodo - Gilis
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Komodo - Gilis
10 spaces available
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30Jul17
07Aug17
Embark: Gilis - Komodo
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Gilis - Komodo
8 spaces available
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13Aug17
18Aug17
Embark: Komodo
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Komodo
0 spaces available
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Price from 1350 Euros
Relocate to Maumere
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0 spaces available
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24Aug17
04Sep17
Embark: Maumere -Alor
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Maumere -Alor
10 spaces available
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08Sep17
19Sep17
Embark: Alor -Saumlaki
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Alor -Saumlaki
10 spaces available
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24Sep17
05Oct17
Embark: Saumlaki /Ambon
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Saumlaki /Ambon
10 spaces available
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08Oct17
19Oct17
Embark: Ambon/Raja Ampat
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Ambon/Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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Price from 3500 Euros
22Oct17
02Nov17
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
2 spaces available
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Price from 3200 Euros
05Nov17
16Nov17
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
0 spaces available
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19Nov17
30Nov17
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
8 spaces available
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03Dec17
12Dec17
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
8 spaces available
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18Dec17
26Dec17
Embark: Raja Ampat Xmas
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Raja Ampat Xmas
10 spaces available
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Price from 2700 Euros
28Dec17
05Jan18
Embark: Raja Ampat NYE
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Raja Ampat NYE
8 spaces available
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08Jan18
18Jan18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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21Jan18
01Feb18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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04Feb18
15Feb18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
8 spaces available
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18Feb18
01Mar18
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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04Mar18
15Mar18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
0 spaces available
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18Mar18
29Mar18
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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01Apr18
12Apr18
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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15Apr18
26Apr18
Embark: The Maluku (Sorong - Ambon)
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The Maluku (Sorong - Ambon)
10 spaces available
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Price from 3500 Euros
15Apr18
26Apr18
Embark: The Maluku (Sorong - Ambon)
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The Maluku (Sorong - Ambon)
10 spaces available
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Price from 3500 Euros
10Jun18
15Jun17
Embark: Komodo
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Komodo
28 spaces available
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Price from 1485 Euros
17Jun18
25Jun18
Embark: Komodo-Gilis (Lombok)
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Komodo-Gilis (Lombok)
10 spaces available
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02Jul18
10Jul18
Embark: Gilis -Komodo
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Gilis -Komodo
10 spaces available
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15Jul18
20Jul18
Embark: Komodo
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Komodo
10 spaces available
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Price from 1485 Euros
22Jul18
27Jul18
Embark: Komodo
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Komodo
10 spaces available
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29Jul18
09Aug18
Embark: MAUMERE-ALOR
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MAUMERE-ALOR
10 spaces available
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13Aug18
25Aug18
Embark: Alor -Saumlaki
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Alor -Saumlaki
10 spaces available
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02Sep18
13Sep18
Embark: Saumlaki /Ambon
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Saumlaki /Ambon
10 spaces available
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16Sep18
27Sep18
Embark: Ambon/Raja Ampat
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Ambon/Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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07Oct18
18Oct18
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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21Oct18
01Nov18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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04Nov18
15Nov18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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18Nov18
29Nov18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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02Dec18
13Dec18
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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16Dec18
27Dec18
Embark: Raja Ampat Xmas (North)
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Raja Ampat Xmas (North)
10 spaces available
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30Dec18
10Jan19
Embark: Raja Ampat NYE (North)
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Raja Ampat NYE (North)
10 spaces available
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Price from 2700 Euros
20Jan19
31Jan19
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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03Feb19
14Feb19
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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17Feb19
28Feb19
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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03Mar19
14Mar19
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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24Mar19
04Apr19
Embark: Raja Ampat
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Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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07Apr19
18Apr19
Embark: Raja Ampat
Disembark:
Raja Ampat
10 spaces available
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21Apr19
02May19
Embark: Raja Ampat-Ambon
Disembark:
Raja Ampat-Ambon
10 spaces available
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Calico Jack - cabins

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Calico Jack has been tastefully and comfortably furnished throughout with all the modern facilities you would expect and can host a maximum of 10 guests in 5 luxury cabins to choose from; 2 double bed cabins and 3 cabins each with 2 single beds all with en-suite toilets, hot showers and air conditioning.

Calico Jack - itinerary

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Raja Ampat itinerary 11nights

Click to go to Raja Ampat itinerary Itineraries and dive sites choice in Raja Ampat are highly dependant on tides and meteorological conditions. Many dives have to be performed at a particular moment of the tide and the South of Raja Ampat park may be difficult to acess if the winds are too strong. For these reasons the itineray displayed here is not a fixed itinerary, but more an example of the multiple ways this cruise can be done.

Day 1

Guest reception at Sorong airport, transfer to the boat, Check in, welcome drink, briefing, departure in the evening. According to weather forecast, we will start the tour by the south or the North. In this schedule, we present the option starting with the South. Navigation through Sele Strait to reach the East of Misool.

Day 2

In East Misool we will dive Balbulol area.

Day 3

After a short morning navigation, we reach Misool South East and start another great day of diving in the vicinity of Misool eco resort, and Boo area, then we’ll move further south Misool to the west and overnight in Wayilbatan area.

Day 4

in Wayilbatan area we will manage the whole diving day and we’ll take time in the afternoon to do some kayaking and visit some hidden lagoons.

Day 5

We’ll be on our way to Pele and manage fantastic dives on the way.

Day 6

We will dive Fiabacet area and night navigation to Penemu and Fam islands.

Day 7

We’ll spend the whole day in Penemu area for diving, and in the late afternoon, we’ll climb a small mountain to admire the wonderful landscape of the area and at night, we’ll organise a dinner on the beach.

Day 8

We’ll dive Yanggefo area and enter the Dampier’s Strait.

Day 9

We’ll dive Dampier’s Strait area and discover the largest concentrations of big fish on northern Raja Ampat.

Day 10

If the weather conditions are favorable we’ll trek in the jungle for an early morning bird watching to admire the Red Bird of Paradise then manage diving in Dampier’s strait.

Day 11

Two other famous and fabulous dives in the Dampier strait, then the boat will sail back to Sorong where it will arrive during the evening.

Day 12

Breakfast, Check out according to guest flight schedule. Transfer to the airport.

Komodo itinerary

Click to go to Raja Ampat itinerary Itineraries and dive sites choice in Komodo are highly dependant on tides and meteorological conditions. Many dives have to be performed at a particular moment of the tide and the South of Komodo may be difficult to acess if the winds are too strong -the waters are also colders with a limited visibility so the guests could prefer to stay in the North-. For these reasons the itineray displayed here is not a fixed itinerary, but more an example of the multiple ways this cruise can be done.

Day 1

2 dives:
Arrival from Denpasar (Bali) with Garuda GA 7026 (0600-0735) or Lion Air IW 1886 flight (0650-0800) at Labuanbajo. Welcoming at airport, transfer to the boat.

Check in, Welcome drink, lunch, briefing. Navigation to Sebayor. Check dive at Sebayor kecil, and a night dive close to the same Island

Day 2

4 Dives:
Dive on 3 sisters, on the Padar Island. A wonderful set of 3 pinacles: soft corals, feather stars, sea apples, great fish life. We keep going south to Langkoi, in the very South Komodo to dive Manta alley, one of best site in Indoensia to admire mantas in Indonesia. We generally repeat this dive as the divers love it, then we go to East Komodo (Pink beach) for the night dive.

Day 3

4 dives:
North komodo strait : Batu Bolong, a rock in the middle of the strait with incredible fish life, great walls and dramatic underwater landscape. Tatawa besar, a colorful drift dive well known for the orange soft corals, Tatawa kecil a dive with rocks and walls that are home to numerous groupers, school of snappers and trevallies. The dive topography is also very nice, with big boulders, walls, overhangs and caves.

Day 4

4 dives:
In the North of the park, we dive the famous dive sites of Cristal and Castel rock: a profusion of marine life including various kind of sharks, hunting giant trevallies, clouds of fusilers, thunas, giant groupers, etc. Shotgun, a drift into a channel between 2 islands is an amazing dive site too: Sponges and corals boulders on a flat sandy area that evoluates into a channel unwhich walls are covered with soft corals. School of giant trevallies, groupers, white tip sharks. Night dive

Day 5

2 dives:
We dive again one of Castel or Cristal rock and the drift dive of Lampu: a slope going down to 20 meters, sand and boulders on the bottom where often lies white tip sharks. The corner, at the end of the dive, is rich with schools of snappers, orientalis sweetlips, spade fish, napoleon wrasse. In the afternoon we will do a short trek in Rinca to see more Komodo dragons and other animals living on the savannah of Rinca. Back to Labuanbajo in the evening

Day 6

Check out in the morning (before midday), transfer to the airport or hotel.

Calico Jack - specs

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Dimensions & Specifications
Hull material Iron wood Type motor / sail
Decks 3 levels Mast(s) Twin 2
Tonnage 68 ton Beam 6m 42s
Length over all 33 meter Engine power twin 220 hp 440hp total
Draught 3m Cruising range 1400 nautical miles
Cruising speed 8.5 knots Fresh water maker 175 liters/ hour
Fresh water storage 3.8 ton Voltage 12 yes
Voltage 220 yes Max. diving passengers 10
Max. total passengers 10 Crew 11
Navigation & Communication
GPS Garmin/Furuno/Navionics Plotter yes
Depth sounder yes Fish finder yes
Satellite phone yes Mariphone SSB / VHF
Radar yes Navtex no
Safety
Life raft(s) 1x 20 persons Life jackets 25
Life ring buoys yes First aid kit yes
Fire extinguishers yes Fire & smoke alarm yes
EPIRP yes Oxygen yes
ENOS no Defibrillator no
Hyperbaric chamber no
Dive facilities
Compressors 2x Coltri Tropical Dive courses not available
Tanks 20 Camera rinsing tub yes
NITROX no Weights/ belts yes
Camera workstation yes Dive platform yes
Rental dive gear yes Tender 1 5.5m Rib 85hp Yamaha
Deck shower(s) yes/no Tender 2 5m wooden 40 hp
English speaking guide yes Tender 3 -
Cabin facilities
4 x Double bed cabin (lower deck)
Private bathroom yes Private toilet yes
Shower hot and cold Extra bed yes
Cupboard/ wardrobe yes 220 volt yes
Air conditioning yes Fan yes 12v
Porthole yes 4 Window yes
... x other cabin (lower deck) ??
Private bathroom yes Private toilet yes
Shower cold Extra bed no
Cupboard/ wardrobe yes 220 volt yes
Air conditioning yes Fan yes
Porthole yes Window no
Lounge facilities
Air conditioning no Fan(s) yes
Sofa(s) yes Dining table yes
Television yes DVD player yes
Sound system yes Computer yes
Deck(s) facilities
Sun deck area yes Covered deck area yes
Reclining chairs yes Mattresses yes
Hammocks yes Sofa(s) yes
Dining table yes
Bar facilities
Beer yes Wine yes
Spirits yes Soft drinks yes
Juices yes Ice cubes yes
Services & Entertainment
Laundry service yes Towel service yes
Massage no Library yes
Indoor games yes Beach games yes
DVD's yes iPod connection yes
Snorkel gear yes Fishing gear yes
Kayak(s) yes Wake board no
Water ski no Jet ski no
Extra's
e.g.:
3x Large capacity dive tanks available to hire. Yoga area on top deck, huge bean bags
Hair dryers to come
Hot water in all cabins June 2015
June 2015 -3rd Rib 5m 40hp/ Wake boards x 2 and new additional double kayaks

Calico Jack - diving

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The coral triangle is home to the world’s most bio-diverse population of marine species with Indonesia representing its hottest spot. Nowhere else has a comparable density, not to mention diversity, of underwater creatures and life been recorded.

In order to fully appreciate the exceptional status of this region, suffice it to say that the whole Caribbean area has only 9% of the corals and 35% of the fish species found in Indonesian waters.

The reason for such a big difference is that the entire area of the Atlantic Ocean underwent a mass extinction of species during the last ice age. All types of corals and animals vanished during this period and the other species never regained the strength of their former numbers.

In Indonesia - the centre of this biodiversity triangle - the variety seen underwater is truly astonishing. In certain bays and around small islands, you can find more species than in the entire Caribbean. In a research report conducted in 1997 on the island of Flores, respected marine biologists Rudie Kuiter and Gerald Allen counted 1,133 species of fish just in Maumere bay. This is still the highest number of species of fish ever counted in a specific area.

In Wakatobi, the recorded number of species of fish is at least 430, and in Raja Ampat, the same Gerald Allen, world-famous ichthyologist, counted the incredible number of 284 different species of fish counted during a single dive. In the same area, 465 different species of corals were found. As a result, scientists nowadays believe that this destination is the world’s current no. 1 spot in terms of biodiversity.

Other world-class hubs of biodiversity include Manado and Lembeh, Central and South Sulawesi, Komodo, Flores, Alor and the Banda sea, to name just a few. It should therefore come as no surprise that these hotspots are considered among the ultimate destinations for divers - Raja Ampat diving photos - Komodo diving photos

Komodo

Drift diving, pelagics melting pot and critters maze: dive in one of the world’s hubs of underwater activity - read the Komodo diving blog

Bone rate and Selayar

One of Indonesia’s last unveiled treasures

Alor and Flores

An undisclosed diving treasure. Your craving for adventure will be fulfilled while sailing on the Atasita Liveaboard in these awe-inspiring waters full of unexplored treasures

Maluku

The unspoiled beauty of a remote paradise. These rarely visited seas have some of the world’s richest marine environments filled with unspoiled corals, tiny critters as well as pelagics

Raja Ampat

The most striking biodiversity on our planet

Cenderwasih bay: Biak, Manokwari, Mapia atoll

The best exploratory dive trip you can imagine

Central Sulawesi: Togean and Bangaii

One of the world’s most remarkable places for coral reef diversity

North Sulaweis: Manando and Lembeh

Critters extravaganza and breathtaking walls

Sorong is the harbour town in West Papua and the normal departure point to dive Raja Ampat. If you are unsure of how to get to Sorong to start your trip it will depend on where your international flight into Indonesia is landing. If you check this link it will give you more of an idea of the timings and even a map of the possible routes to show you your possible options.

It is not possible for someone outside of Indonesia to purchase domestic flights in Indonesia so these can be purchased for you by me, if you would like, and added to your invoice. It will be about $600 return dependant on exchange rates, availability and where your entry airport is in Indonesia. We recommend coming through Jakarta as the quickest and easiest route to take. The cost of the domestic flights are not included in the trip price.

We recommend coming through Jakarta as it is the easiest and fastest route. From Jakarta it is possible to reach Sorong in one day.

From To Date Dep Arr
Jakarta (CGK) Sorong (SOQ) Day of departure 01:10 07.20

The return trip from Sorong to Jakarta

From To Date Dep Arr
Sorong (SOQ Jakarta (CGK) Day of disembarkation 10:40 12:40

If you come from Bali to Sorong it is a 2 stage process, from Bali (DPS) to Makassar (UPG) and from Makassar (UPG) to Sorong (SOQ), there would be a night in a hotel in Makassar on the way out (Ujung Pandang and Makassar are the same place and the half way point to Sorong). We recommend the Imperial Aryaduta in Makassar- http://www.aryaduta.com/hotels_home_makassar.php

These would be your flights from Bali to Sorong.

From To Date Dep Arr
Bali (DPS) Makassar (UPG) Day before departure 18.30 19.50
From To Date Dep Arr
Makassar (UPG Sorong (SOQ) Day of departure 10:00 13:10

The return trip from Sorong to Denpasar (Bali) is done in one day using 2 flights - SOQ-UPG and UPG-DPS

From To Date Dep Arr
Sorong (SOQ Makassar (UPG) Day of disembarkation 11:40 12:55
From To Date Dep Arr
Makassar (UPG) Bali (DPS) Day of disembarkation 16:30 17:50

Domestic Air Carrier Notes:

It is generally not possible for someone outside of Indonesia to purchase domestic flights in Indonesia so these can be purchased for you by Premier Liveaboard diving and added to your invoice. It will be $600 return normally dependant on where your entry airport is in Indonesia.

Premier liveaboard diving and its local flight agent can purchase the tickets on your behalf, however, in doing so, Premier liveaboard diving is only acting as an agent for the airline and is not responsible for, and can accept no responsibility for, cancellations, delays, schedule changes, or problems caused by the air carrier. We highly recommend trip interruption and cancellation insurance.

Calico Jack - faqs

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MARINE LIFE:

The areas where we dive are unmatched for small and unusual marine wildlife. The species list is endless and new ones are still being discovered in these areas. Whales, manta rays, sharks and larger pelagic species are found in the dive sites with higher currents. Strong currents and up-wellings transport nutrient-rich waters throughout these areas.

CLIMATE:

The average air temperature in the regions we visit ranges from 25 - 32o Celsius or 77-90o Fahrenheit.

HEALTH AND INOCULATIONS:

Vaccinations for typhoid, paratyphoid, tetanus, Cholera, Polio, and Hepatitis A are recommended. Malaria is endemic in many parts of Indonesia, please check with your local Tropical Disease Centre for anti-malaria/diver friendly medication.

MONEY:

The Indonesian currency is Rupiah. Rates fluctuate enormously, please check with our cruise directors for your cruise exchange rates.

POPULATION AND PEOPLE:

Regarded as the fifth most populous nation in the world, there are approximately 200,000,000 in Indonesia. The majority, around 60% reside on the island of Java.

RELIGION:

An amazing diversity of religions exists. Predominantly a Muslim nation, islands like Timor, North Sulawesi and Flores are Christian. Hinduism is found mainly in Bali. Scattered throughout the region are a variety of other beliefs.

LANGUAGE:

Bahasa Indonesia, almost identical to Malay is the one national language. Several local dialects exist in each region as well. English is widely spoken in the more popular tourist destinations such as Bali.

Diving Indonesia

Out of 14,000+ islands in the archipelago, there are a plethora of exclusive dive locations in Indonesia, boasting up to 80% of the worlds species of undersea life. With Indocruises we take you to pristine spots not that known in your average dive travel guide and which are still being explored. Explore this vast archipelago in comfort, safety and luxury aboard the Pearl of Papua with our experienced and qualified crew.

Dive conditions in Indonesia

  • Diving all year around is possible.
  • Watertemperature 24°(75°F) to 30°C(86°F) (In the south of Komodo it drops down to 21°C (70°F)
  • Visibility is mostly very good (up to 30m) Diving rules

Safety Procedures and Emergency Evacuation Information:

Hyperbaric chambers (or recompression chamber) in Indonesia There are 6 recompression chambers in Indonesia to treat decompression sickness

Bali: Sanglah General Hospital (in Indonesian language) USUP Sanglah Denpasar JI. Diponegoro, Denpasar 80114 Bali, Indonesia: Phone 62-361-227911 through -15 ext. 232 (hyperbaric medical department) Fax 62-361-22426 Run by Dr. Antonius Natasamudra and Dr. Etty Herawati

Manado (Sulawesi): At the Malalayang Hospital (chamber for 3 to 4 persons) Phone: 0811430913 and ask for Dr Jimmy Waleleng (Phone home 860953). Makassar (Sulawesi): Rumah Sakit Umum Wahidin Sudirohusodo. Contact person: Pak Daniel Address: Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan Km. 11, Tamalanrea Kampus UNHAS Indonesia TEL:++ 62 - 0411 (584677) , 584675. Said to be for 3 to 4 persons.

Jakarta (Java): Rumah Sakit Angkatan Laut (Navy Hospital) in Jl. Bendungan Hilir No.17, Central Jakarta (see text in italian with some addresses - list of help) Kalimantan: The Borneo Divers have the only professional recompression chamber located on Sipadan island (Borneo - Malaysia)

Surabaya (Java): Rumah Sakit Angkatan Laut (RSAL) (Military Marine hospital) Jl. Gadung no. 1, Surabaya: Phone 031-45750 and 41731 (another number given was 031-838153 and fax 031- 837511) Run by Dr Suharsono Available SAR (search and rescue) contact information:

  • SAR Bali : ph 0361 - 751111 Radio : 13545.0
  • SAR Lombok : Ph 0370 - 633253 Radio : 13545.0
  • SAR Makassar : Ph 0411 - 554111 Radio : 13545.0
  • SAR Manado : Ph 0431 - 825986
  • SAR Kupang : Ph 0380 - 831111
  • SAR Ambon : Ph 0911 - 351111
  • SAR Sorong : Ph 0951 - 323816

Available SAR (search and rescue) contact information:
Medivac facilities from Travira Air www.travira-air.com