Indo Aggressor

Indonesian liveaboard Komodo Dancer scorpion fish seen by scuba divers on liveaboard Komodo Dancer in Indonesia Scuba dive skiff taking divers to dive site from Komodo Dancer in Indonesia Scuba divers dining aboard liveaboard dive boat Komodo Dancer Komodo Dragon seen by scuba divers aboard Komodo Dancer Scuba diver''s liveaboard Komodo Dancer anchored near Komodo Island in Indonesia Cultural tours taken after a scuba diving holiday aboard Komodo Dancer in Indonesia

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Liveaboard At A Glance

No of Guests - 
No of Cabins - 
Ensuite Cabins - 
Vessel Length - 
30 metres
Vessel Beam - 
8 metres
Engines - 
1 x Mitsubishi Hyundai 450 hp
Generators - 
2 x Mitsubishi Gensets
Cruising Areas - 
Nusa Tenggara
Season of Operation - 
All year
Star Rating - 

The Indo Aggressor (formerly Komodo Dancer) is a traditionally built wooden Indonesian two masted sailing Phinisi Schooner accommodating 16 guests in eight air conditioned cabins. She operates an itinerary in the chain of volcanic islands, known as the Nusa Tenggara region of Indonesia, taking divers from Bali to the Komodo National Park. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1991, and famous for the Komodo Dragons that still survive there, this vast area offers some truly stunning diving coupled with breathtaking top-side scenery and wildlife. 

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Boat Info

Scuba diving liveaboard Komodo Dancer in Indonesia
Dining table on scuba divers liveaboard Komodo Dancer in Indonesia
dinner aboard Komodo Dancer

Indo Aggressor was built in Indonesia; she is a wooden schooner accommodating sixteen passengers in a choice of three different types of cabin; four twin bedded staterooms, two double deluxe staterooms and two twin/double owner`s suites. All the staterooms are located on the lower deck; they have air conditioning and in the ensuite bathrooms are bathrobes, hairdryers and towels. The twin rooms have bunk style beds. The deluxe staterooms are in the bow of the lower deck and have a double bed. The two spacious owner`s suites are located on the aft of the upper deck and the windows make them light and airy. The forward upper deck has a large sun lounging area which is partially covered. The main facilities of the boat are on the main deck with a comfortable saloon and dining area, the galley and crew quarters. The dive deck is on the forward section of the main deck while the two 6 metre dive tenders are stored on the aft section when the boat is in transit. Early morning hot drinks are delivered to the cabins before breakfast which is taken in the dining area. An Indonesian buffet style lunch is provided and snacks, coffee, tea and soft drinks are always available between dives. Dinner is a sociable time, served as guests sit around the large table and share their experiences of the day.


The Diving

Scuba divers skiff leaving liveaboard Komodo Dancer in Indonesia
Nudibranchs seen by scuba divers whilst on holiday on liveaboard Komodo Dancer
Komodo dragen seen by divers on liveaboard Komodo Dancer

Diving takes place from the two 6 metre fibreglass tenders which have plenty of space for dive equipment and cameras and in addition have VHF radios, shot lines and boarding ladders. Each boat is crewed by at least one Divemaster as well as a driver and an assistant. Dive cylinders are left on the tender to be refilled. Nitrox diving and courses are available as well as a range of PADI specialty courses. A full range of regulators, BCDs, wet suits, computers, masks and fins are available for rental. A dive guide will give a full briefing before each dive and there are reference books on board to help guests identify local marine life. Water temperature can vary considerably between Komodo and Alor (between 20 - 28 deg C) so a full wetsuit is recommended. Visibility is typically from 10 to 50 metres, depending on the season.

Schedule & Itinerary

Indo Aggressor's schedule offers a choice of four different itineraries; Komodo Deep South (7 nights), Bali, Tulamben, East Sumbawa and Komodo National Park (11 nights), Komodo National Park (10 nights) and Alor Archipelago, East of Flores (10 nights).  These itineraries are dependent on the prevailing conditions and may be changed to ensure that guests enjoy the best diving available.

Travel Info

Beautiful sunset aboard Komodo Dancer in Indonesia
Mandarin fish seen by scuba divers on liveaboard Komodo Dancer
Komodo Dancer at anchor in Indonesia

To get to Komodo we recommend flying from the UK on Singapore Airlines to Bali via Singapore. From there, after an overnight stop in Bali, you will take a short and scenic flight to Labuan Bajo to join Indo Aggressor. (For the Alor Archipelago itinerary you will fly to Maumere to join the boat). 

Malaysian or Emirates Airlines also fly to Bali, and we can arrange 30kgs luggage allowance for divers carrying dive equipment with each of these carriers.

Sample Itinerary

Travelling on Singapore Airlines from London Heathrow with 2 nights in Bali and 10 nights on the Indo Aggressor
Day 1

Depart London Heathrow for Denpasar, via Singapore, on Singapore Airlines.

Day 2-3

Arrive Denpasar and transfer to the Puri Santrian Hotel for 1 nights accommodation.

Day 3-13

Internal flight to Labuan Bajo and join the Indo Aggressor for 10 days great diving.

Day 13

Return flight from Labuan Bajo to Bali and transfer to the Puri Santrian Hotel for 1 nights accommodation

Day 14

Depart Denpasar for your international flight to the UK

Day 15

Arrive London Heathrow

Guide Prices

2nts Bali and 10nts Indo Aggressor from £2960 per person plus £380 departure taxes.

Price incudes return international flights from the UK on Singapore Airlines, all transfers, 10 nights on board the Indo Aggressor in a twin/double cabin, all meals, snacks, soft drinks, selection of alcoholic drinks whilst onboard, 9 days diving 3-4 dives per day with tank/weights, free nitrox, entrance to Komodo National Park for the Komodo Dragon tour, return flights from Bali to Komodo, 2 nights at the Puri Santrian Hotel (one night either side of the liveaboard) based on 2 sharing a twin/double Beach Wing Room with breakfast. Not Included: Komodo National Park Fees of USD $90 per person, Labuan Bajo Airport Tax of 10,000 Rupiahs, gratuities, visa on arrival (approx. USD $25).



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