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Raja Ampat Aggressor

Cabins
8
Length / Width
30 m / 8 m
Year built / renovated
2009  / 2015
Rental equip.
YES ($)
Internet
FREE
Nitrox
YES ($)

Highlights

  • Top class diving with a world renown liveaboard fleet onboard the Raja Ampat Aggressor
  • One of the world’s most bio-diverse marine environments 
  • Raja Ampat, Triton Bay, Cendarwasih Bay, Komodo, Triton Bay, Banda Sea and more
  • Vertical walls, deep water trenches, submerged & exploding volcanoes
  • Sharks, mantas and record numbers of crazy coral reef species, 1000's of species of fish
  • There will be excursions to see the famous komodo dragon (on Komodo trips)
  • Diving from dhonis, dive deck is spacious and comfortable
  • Excursions to off shore islands
  • Non divers always welcome
  • Local favorite food and international cuisine, buffet lunch, dinner table-service provided
  • The drink selection includes local beer and wine.
  • Nitrox, rental equipment and dive certifications available, 3G network free 

Description

Rajat Ampat Aggressor is a Dive Adventurer’s fantasy for an incredible journey to the most abundant marine life in Indonesian waters

The sturdy and comfortable Raja Ampat Aggressor travels to the ‘Four Kings’, located in the heart of The Coral Triangle, known to have the richest coral reef ecosystem in the World. The four main areas offering itineraries are: Raja Ampat, Cenderawasih Bay, Banda Sea and Triton Bay. If you haven’t experienced the diving in this area, it is fantastic due to the diversity and abundance of marine life comprised of over 1,500 islands and home to 600 types of coral, 1,500 fish species and over 600 types of mollusc.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

The 100-foot Raja Ampat Aggressor and her 13 crew members safely can comfortably transport Divers from one amazing dive site to another. While Indonesian waters are known for being a bit rough even during the right season, guests won’t feel much on board this well-built yacht. The steel-hulled ship cruises at 8 knots, providing the opportunity to dive a wide variety of sites in a single trip.

There are many options to keep guests occupied between dives. Daily activities include fish identification sessions, photo sharing, movies and a stereo for listening to your favorite tunes. Soak in the hot tub, enjoy a drink at the bar, or lounge on the shaded sun deck. There is also a small shop for buying souvenirs. Depending on the itinerary, guests may be given the opportunity to go on shore excursions. From dense jungles to unforgettable interactions with the locals, you are sure to make memories that last a lifetime.

Aboard Raja Ampat Aggressor, 16 Divers will have their choice of three cabin types: Master Staterooms, Deluxe Staterooms or Twin Staterooms. The Master Stateroom features a queen bed, the Deluxe Staterooms sport both a queen-size bed and a twin bed, while five Twin Staterooms have two twin beds in an L-shape. All rooms boast windows, air-conditioning with individual climate controls, en-suite bathrooms and TVs with media players.

The menu aboard the Rajat Ampat Aggressor was designed to fuel the action packed diving adventure.

Guests will begin the day with a breakfast cooked to order and a much needed cup of coffee or tea along with fresh juice. Lunch is served buffet-style and often includes locally-styled curries. After a long day of diving, you’ll enjoy a well-planned table service dinner. Delicious Western, BBQ, Indonesian cuisine and homemade desserts will feed your apetite. To keep energy levels high, freshly prepared snacks are served throughout the day. Fresh juices, soft drinks, hot drinks and a limited selection of beer and wine is included during your stay on the Raja Ampat Aggressor. Special dietary considerations can be accommodated with advanced notice.

HOW TO GET THERE

Pick up by Aggressor staff is free for guests of the Rajat Ampat Agressor. You will need to fly into the airport according to the itinerary you have chosen in the area. If you are staying at a local hotel you will be picked up from the local hotel at 12 noon and transferred to the yacht. 

Raja Ampat Itineraries  Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat/Banda Sea, Raja Ampat/Cenderawasih

FLY TO: Raja Ampat (Sorong) There are several ways to fly to Sorong

  • Fly to Jakarta then connect with Garuda Airlines via Makassar or Lion/Wing Air to Sorong.
  • Fly to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar Indonesia with Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Air, Eva Airways, Korean Airlines, or Qatar Airways. (an overnight stay may be required) Then fly to Sorong (SOQ) Dominique Edward Osok Airport in West Papua where you will meet the Raja Ampat Aggressor.
  • Fly to Singapore then Manado to Sorong or Singapore then Makassar to Sorong.

Banda Sea Itineraries Banda Sea/Triton Bay, Banda Sea/Raja Ampat

  • Fly to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar Indonesia: Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Air, Eva Airways, and Qatar Airways. An overnight stay may be required in Bali before boarding a flight to Sorong (SOQ) Dominique Edward Osok Airport, in West Papua or Ambon (AMQ) Pattimura Airport, in Central Maluku where you will meet the Raja Ampat Aggressor.
  • Fly to Jakarta or Makassar (also known as Ujung Pandang) or Manado then to Sorong Airport, or Ambon Airport.

Cenderawasih Bay Itineraries Cenderawasih Bay, Cenderawasih Bay/Raja Ampat

  • Fly to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar Indonesia: Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Air, Eva Airways, and Qatar Airways. An overnight stay may be required in Bali before boarding a flight to Biak (BIK) Frans Kaisiepo Airport (also known as Mokmer Airport), in Papua, Indonesia or Nabire Airport (NBX), in Papua where you will meet the Raja Ampat Aggressor.
  • Fly to Jakarta or Makasser then Biak Airport.

Triton Bay Itineraries Triton Bay/Raja Ampat, Triton Bay/Banda Sea

  • Fly to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar Indonesia: Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Air, Eva Airways, and Qatar Airways. An overnight may be required in Bali before boarding a flight to Kaimana (KNG) Kaimana Airport, or Sorong (SOQ) Dominique Edward Osok Airport in West Papua or Ambon (AMQ) Pattimura Airport, in Central Maluku, where you will meet the Raja Ampat Aggressor.
  • Fly to Kaimana, Sorong or Ambon from Jakarta, Makassar (also known as Ujung Pandang) or Manado.

Komodo & Flores Island Itineraries

  • Maumere — Bali: Fly to Denpasar (Bali) hub airport and then to Maumere to start the trip, and the cuirse ends back in Bali.
  • Bali — Maumere: Other way around. Start the trip in Bali and cuise to Maumere upon disembarking fly back to Bali to connect with the international flight.
  • Denpasar — Bali Airport is a very active international hub connecting with the main Asian capitals and big cities and also with some of the new transition hubs such as Doha or Dubai. This makes it easy to organize a trip from Europe or US to Bali with just 1 stop over.

HOW TO GET THERE

Pls refer to logistics section of each itinerary to find detailed info on how to get there.

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Payment terms

  • 50% of the total booking amount is due at the time of booking
  • 50% (balance) is due 120 days prior to arrival

Cancellation fee

  • 20% of the total booking amount will be charged if you cancel more than 120 days prior to arrival
  • 40% will be charged if you cancel between 120 and 91 days prior to arrival
  • 100% will be charged if you cancel less than 91 days prior to arrival

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Master stateroom - Upper Deck

The Master Stateroom (#5) is a beautiful spacious cabin that has a large queen bed. It has a private toilet and shower, picture window, individual climate control, monitor with media player, hair dryer and bathrobes.

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  • Size:  80 m²
  • Beds:  1 Queen
  • Max occupancy:  2
  • Shareable:  No
  • Private bathroom:  Yes
  • Air Conditioning:  Yes
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Twin stateroom - Upper & Main Deck

These spacious airy twin cabins (#1, 2 on the deck plan) have twin beds in bunk style and port hole. Cabins #6, 7 & 8 have two lower twin beds - no higher bunk. Picture window. All with private toilet and shower, individual climate control, monitor with media player, hair dryer and bathrobes. All can be shared .

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  • Size:  64 m²
  • Beds:  2 Twin
  • Max occupancy:  2
  • Shareable:  Yes
  • Private bathroom:  Yes
  • Air Conditioning:  Yes
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Deluxe Stateroom - Main Deck

The Deluxe Staterooms (#3 & 4) are airy and spacious. They are equipped with queen bed (lower) and twin bed (upper) bunk-style. Private toilet and shower, picture windows, individual climate control, monitor with media player, hair dryer and bathrobes.

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  • Beds:  1 Queen + 1 Twin
  • Max occupancy:  2
  • Shareable:  Yes
  • Private bathroom:  Yes
  • Air Conditioning:  Yes

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DIVING SERVICES

Equipment

  • Tanks With Din Valves
  • Din/Int Adapters
  • Nitrox ($)
  • Rental Equipment ($)

Diving Facilities

  • Battery Charging Station
  • Warm-Water Showers
  • Fish Id And Diving Books
  • Spacious Dive Deck
  • Separate Zodiac/Dhoni

Safety

  • Fire Alarm
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Life Jackets
  • Life Rafts
  • Emergency Oxygen Kit
  • Automatic External Defibrillator (Aed)
  • Emergency Positioning Radio Beacon

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Indonesian

Boat Amenities

Facilities

  • Wi-Fi (Free)
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Lounge/Tv Area
  • European (2 Pin) Power Sockets
  • Uk (3 Pin) Power Sockets
  • Us Power Sockets

Entertainment and family

  • Movies

Activities

  • Land Excursions
  • Snorkeling

Payments

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Cash

Food and drink

  • Buffet
  • A La Carte
  • Alcohol
  • Vegetarian Food

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