Raja Ampat Liveaboard Cruise – Sea Safari VI, 6 Nights

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    • Raja Ampat
    • 7 Days / 6 Nights
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    • Unlimited
    • Not Available
    • Additional Dives
    • Airport Pick Up
    • Boat Cabin Accommodation
    • Daily Scheduled Dives
    • Dive Guide
    • ENOS
    • Full Board
    • Hotel pickup and drop-off
    • Hotel/Airport to Boat Transfer
    • Land Excursions
    • Meals
    • NITROX
    • Port and/or National Park Entrance Fees
    • Soft Drinks
    • Tour Guide
    • Welcome Drink
    From 2.400,00$
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    Raja Ampat Liveaboard Cruise – Sea Safari VI, 6 Nights

    Raja Ampat Archipelago

    Liveaboard Cruise with Sea Safari VI

    Sea Safari VI Boat Details    Sea Safari VI Cruise Destinations 

    Cruise Schedules 2022    Cruise Schedules 2023 

     

    Cruise Duration & Rates:

    Embarkation is on the first day and disembarkation on the last published day.

    Embark: Sorong  Disembark: Sorong

    7 Days / 6 NightsDiving Cruise Raja Ampat Archipelago

     

     NON Diving
    Rate / night
    Diving
    Rate / night
    Cabin TypeSHARINGSHARING
    Lower Deck: Twin or Double BedUS$ 400US$ 450
    Middle Deck: Single BedsUS$ 440US$ 490
    Upper Deck: Double BedUS$ 440US$ 490
    Single Occupancy SurchargeUS$ 200US$ 225

    The Raja Ampat, or “Four Kings,” archipelago encompasses more than 9.8 million acres of land and sea off the northwestern tip of Indonesia’s West Papua Province. Located in the Coral Triangle, the heart of the world’s coral reef biodiversity, the seas around Raja Ampat possibly hold the richest variety of species in the world. The area’s massive coral colonies show that its reefs are resistant to threats like coral bleaching and disease —threats that now jeopardize the survival of corals around the world.

    In addition, Raja Ampat’s strong ocean currents sweep coral larvae across the Indian and Pacific Oceans to replenish other reef ecosystems. Raja Ampat’s coral diversity, resilience to threats, and ability to replenish reefs make it a global priority for marine protection.

    ITINERARY

    What follows is a general flow of events. Expect the unexpected and prepare to be flexible.

    Raja Ampat Archipelago Liveaboard Dive Cruises

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    Facilities & Services Onboard

    • Deck state cabin located on the middle and upper deck with a sea-view
    • Deluxe cabin located on the lower deck
    • Air- conditioned cabins with private bathroom (hot and cold showers)
    • A tray of toiletries in each cabin
    • Dining room and Bar
    • 24 hours tea and coffee making facilities
    • Vegetarian food available on request
    • Easy access swim/boarding platform
    • Fresh water on deck shower
    • Complete scuba dive equipment
    • Snorkel, canoe and fishing equipment
    • TV, Karaoke & DVD entertainment units
    • Computer with Adobe Photoshop application
    • Laundry service
    • On Board telecommunication
    • 32% EAN Nitrox

    Includes:

    • Accommodation onboard & meals (Light breakfast, breakfast, lunch, dinner)
    • Tea/coffee, bottled water, tea-time snacks
    • National Park fee
    • Certified Dive Master (ratio 1 DM : 5 divers)
    • Cruise Accident Insurance
    • Harbor and anchor fee
    • Government tax
    • Compressor, regular air fills 3000 psi or 200 bar, tank, weight belt

    Excludes:

    • International/domestic airfare and airport tax
    • Soft drinks and alcohol beverages
    • Personal travel Insurance
    • Gratuities to guide and crew
    • Onboard telecommunication
    • Laundry service
    • 32% EAN Nitrox – $20 per person per day

     

    Disclaimer: Sample-Itineraries are only for orientation and might be modified due to weather conditions, sea conditions and other external causes. Departures are only guaranteed with a minimum of 6 paying passengers.

     

    Sample Itinerary: From: Sorong to: Sorong

    7 Days / 6 Nights  Raja Ampat Archipelago Liveaboard Diving Cruise

    Number of dive include throughout the trip in 7 days ( 15 dives + 4 night dives )
    The conditions for diving Raja ampat are the same throughout the year but to the south sites (Misool) the conditions are good all year, except in June, July and August due to winds and high seas.

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    Day 1: Sorong

    Arrive in Sorong at the newly built Dominique Edward Osok airport. Our representative will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you to the ship for immediate boarding. Our Safety Briefing, Safety DVD, Crew Introduction, Necessary Dive Paperwork, Cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place before departing from Sorong Harbour. During the journey to our first dive site take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel and make yourself comfortable.
    Meals : Lunch, Dinner
    Dive : Check Dive at Black Rock or Yum Slope

    • Sorong Port
    • 1-2 Dives
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    Day 2: Piaynemo Island

    Melissa’s Garden, Barracuda Reef, Galaxy, Anita’s Garden. All of these dive sites offer world class diving, fantastic corals and a huge amount of fish. Because the substrate at Melissa’s Garden is exceedingly delicate, absolute attention to good buoyancy is required. Also this is a good chance to trek to one of the most famous view points in the region.
    Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking.

    • Piaynemo Island
    • 4 Dives
    3

    Day 3: Yanggefo Island

    Myhem, Citrus Ridge, Gam Ridge, and Mangroves. This area offers some truely unique environments to dive in. The vibrant orange soft corals of Citrus Ridge provide a stunning back drop to this site, home to barracudas, bumphead parrot fish and sea snakes are common here. Myhem offers schools of bat fish, surgeon fish and snappers with the occasional Wobbegong sleeping under the coral heads. Gam Ridge is a good place to spot Eagle and Mobula rays. The Mangroves offer some stunning photo opportunities, diving late in the day around 4 pm when the sun is low in the sky gives some stunning shafts of light in the mangrove shallows.
    Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

    • Yanggefo Island
    • 4 Dives
    4

    Day 4: Arborek Island

    Manta Sandy, Manta Ridge, Airborek Island & Jetty. Manta Sandy and Manta Ridge are two of the most reliable Manta congregation spots in the Dampier Strait. Here you can look at the majestic animals somersaulting through the water while they are cleaned by several species of Wrasse and even Butterflyfish. The Jetty at Airborek offers unique photo opportunities of the long wooden pillars covered with soft corals and seafans, if your lucky the local kids will be at play, jumping in the water eager to get on your photo reel. Airborek Jetty offers one of the best night dives in Raja Ampat where Blue Ring Octopus, Harlequin Shrimp and Wobbegong are often seen.
    Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

    • Arborek Island
    • 4 Dives
    5

    Day 5: Dampier Strait & Swingkrai

    Mikes Point, Sardine Reef, Mioskon and Friwinbondan. Before dive activities begin we have an early rise, we go in search of the Red Bird of Paradise at Sawingkrai Village on Gam. We then continue to Mike’s Point. Schooling sweetlips, patroling black tip reef sharks and interesting macro subjects such as small octopus and shrimp thrive in these craggy coral niches. Sardine Reef. Actually sardines are not found at this site but you won’t miss them. Fusiliers, Surgeonfish, Trevally, Rainbow Runners, Sweetlips and Bannerfish crowd the open water and swarm over a reef decorated with sea fans. Mioskon Reef is home to hundreds of lined snappers that usually cover the slope, schools of glass fish hide in coral bommies and Wobbegongs are very common here. Friwinbondan offers an good night dive with Nudibranches, many shrimps and if your lucky a Walking Shark (Epaulette shark)
    Meals : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive + trekking

    • Dampier Strait
    • 4 Dives
    6

    Day 6: Kri Island

    Cape Kri, Cape Mansuar, Located in the Dampier Strait on Mansuar & Kri Islands. This site is one of the top dives in Raja. Cape Kri is recorded as having the most amount of fish species counted on a single dive by reknown icthylologist Dr Gerald Allen. Cape Mansuar is not far behind with large schools of barracuda, surgeon fish, bumphead parrotfish and many friendly turtles. A perfect way to end your trip.
    Meals : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    Dive : 2 morning dives

    • Kri Island
    • 2 Dives
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    Day 7: Sorong

    After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Be ready to leave the boat and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport. Meals : Breakfast

    • Port of Sorong
    • 0 Dives

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