SY Indo Siren Komodo

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SY Indo Siren Komodo

11 days

From 2655 EUR

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Intro

The S/Y Indo Siren was built to ensure every thought for the modern diver has been taken into account. The fun and friendly crew offers attentive personal service to ensure your time aboard is truly memorable – and not only for the high-quality diving.


Diving Raja Ampat, Komodo and the Banda Sea Built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, and like our other liveaboard yachts, is a traditional “gaft rigged Phinisi” handcrafted from ironwood and teak.

You will find no other dive liveaboard as beautiful in Indonesian waters and because she was built by divers for divers you can rest assured every need has been thought of and implemented. 

Aboard the S/Y Indo Siren we welcome up to 16 divers on each trip. This ensures sufficient comfortable space for all guests.

Itinerary

SY Indo Siren Komodo trips leave from Bima on the island of Sumbawa. Bima is very easily reached via a one hour flight from the famous tourist destination of Bali. We have selected Bima as our ideal departure point as it has the most efficient access to the prime dive sites. We are happy to assist you with your flight transfer to Bima on one of the many safe carriers that depart daily.

10-days & 9-nights OR 9-days & 8-nights:

Day 1 Meet a member of the Indo Siren crew at the Bima Airport, transfer to the port and board the boat. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing and dive briefing follow. Bima Bay: This is a great location for a check-out dive with the possibility to find some small critters. Juvenile harlequin sweetlips, peacock flounders, oriental bonitos, nudibranchs, wire-coral shrimps, pineapple headed shrimps and decorator crabs to name just a few. 1 dive


Day 2 Diving at Sangeang Island: Up to 4 dives at this small and active island where lava ridges can be seen leading to pristine hard and soft corals. Dive 1- Hot Rocks: clown triggerfish, box fish, snappers, blue yellowtail blennies and dragonets. Dive 2- Techno Reef has dark volcanic sand and is home to critters such as pink squat lobster, popcorn shrimps, garden eels, scorpion fish and cuttlefish. Dive 3- Black Magic where mimic octopi can be found. Dive 4- Night dive at one of the above sites. ~4 dives


Day 3 Diving at Banta Island: Dive up to 4 dives around Banta Island and experience strong currents and cold upwellings from the Flores Basin that rush through the widest point between the islands of Nusa Tenggara. Dive 1- GPS Point offers a great opportunity to meet pelagic such as sharks, dogtooth tuna, Spanish mackerel and barracuda. Dive 2- Tanduk Rasa is another great spot to see sharks including grey reef sharks, black tip reef sharks and white tip reef sharks. Dive 3- Star Wars is a gentle slope down to 30 metres and has great coral, fish in numbers and pygmy seahorses can be found. Dive 4- Night dive at one of the above sites. ~4 dives


Day 4 Diving at Satonda Island: Famous for its fruit bats, Satonda Island is a muck diving hot spot with a patchy coral reef. You'll spend four dives here looking for the rare clown anglerfish, ghost pipefish, boxer crabs and other small critters. ~4 dives


Day 5-9 Diving at Komodo Marine Park: Spend up to 20 dives as you spend five amazing days in the Komodo Marine Park and on land looking for the Komodo Dragon! Rinca Island is home to various species of wild animals such as black buffalo, wild pigs, deer, monkeys and of course the Komodo Dragons. Spend one morning with a park ranger trekking and learning about these legendary animals.
The diving is just as memorable and you will dive sites such as: Roller-coaster – Manta rays, dogtooth tuna, rainbow runners, golden and bluefin trevallies Torpedo Alley – Frogfish, cuttlefish, longnose hawkfish, pinnate spadefish Castle Rock – Dogtooth tuna, grey reef sharks, white tip reef sharks, big eye and bluefin trevallies, snappers and bottlenose dolphins – A truly awesome dive site! Crystal Rock – Napoleon wrasse, dogtooth tuna, white tip reef shark and blue-streak fusiliers Pink Beach Entrance – crocodile flathead, longnose hawkfish, dogtooth tuna Cannibal Rock – Devil scorpion fish, tassled scorpion fish, broadclub cuttlefish, orang-utan crabs, Coleman shrimp, painted spiny lobster, ornate ghost pipefish.
German Flag – Manta ray, white tip reef shark, ribbon and harlequin sweetlips and fusiliers. Manta Alley - where you can expect to see large numbers of manta rays lining up to be cleaned. The coral reefs are in pristine condition with hard and soft coral walls, gardens, pinnacles and the variety is a delight. ~4 dives


Day 10 Diving at Bima Bay. Dive your last two dives, on enroute to Bima Bay and one in Bima Bay. The afternoon is spent relaxing and kayaking. The number of dives you do is dependent on your onward flight arrangements.
In the evening enjoy a BBQ on the boat, get your gear packed and ready for a morning departure. ~2 dives


Day 11 After breakfast say your farewells, disembark the boat and transfer to Bima Airport. ~2 dives


Please note:
Itineraries are for general information only. We make no claims to being 100% accurate as there are too many factors affecting the schedule. We will give you the best diving on the best spots that we can each day. ~ 21 dives

Highlights

Dimensions & Specifications

  • Hull material: wood
  • Type motor / sail 
  • Decks 3 
  • Mast(s) 2 
  • Tonnage 95
  • Beam 7.5 m 
  • Length over all 40 m 
  • Engine power 400 hp 
  • Draught 3.2 m 
  • Cruising range 1200 nautical miles
  • Cruising speed 10 knots
  • Fresh water maker 220 liters/ hour
  • Fresh water storage 10 tons 
  • Voltage 12 24 hours lounge 
  • Voltage 220 24 hours all boat/ cabins 
  • Max. diving passengers 16 
  • Max. total passengers 16 
  • Crew 14

Cabin facilities

3 x Double bed cabin (lower deck)

  • Private bathroom yes 
  • Private toilet yes
  • Shower hot 
  • Extra bed no 
  • Cupboard/ wardrobe yes
  • 220 volt yes 
  • Air conditioning yes 
  • Fan no 
  • Porthole yes 
  • Window no

4 x Triple bed cabin (lower deck)

  • Private bathroom yes 
  • Private toilet yes 
  • Shower hot 
  • Extra bed no 
  • Cupboard/ wardrobe yes
  • 220 volt yes
  • Air conditioning yes
  • Fan no 
  • Porthole yes 
  • Window no

 Lounge facilities

  • Air conditioning yes
  • Fan(s) no 
  • Sofa(s) yes 
  • Dining table no 
  • Television 42 inch flatscreen 
  • DVD player yes 
  • Sound system yes/no 
  • Computer yes
Dates & prices
From To Price per Non-diver (EUR) Price per Diver (EUR) Select
Available the whole year 2655 2950 Continue

*Excludes flights, based on two people sharing a double cabin, price may vary depending on chosen options and on exchange rates.

For more information, contact us.

Included:

  • All meals freshly prepared by our chefs.
  • Wide selection of soft drinks, teas and coffees. 
  • Free beer. 
  • Diving equipment and Nitrox.

Not included:

  • Tickets national parks.
  • Personal expenses. 
  • tips.
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