Award-Winning Yacht to some of the world's best diving spots.

Indo Siren, Indonesia

Launched in April 2011, the 40m S/Y Indo Siren was built on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi and is handcrafted from ironwood and teak (traditional to the area). You will find no other diving liveaboard as beautiful in Indonesian waters, and being built by divers for divers you can rest assured that every need has been thought of and addressed.


Welcoming a maximum of 16 guests per week ensures that there is ample space to relax. The 8 cabins are divided in fixed doubles, fixed twin and 2 flexible twin/double cabins offer air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms with hot water.

The covered outdoor dining area provides a great setting for all your meals and the spacious air-conditioned saloon offers a cocktail bar, comfortable seating and a 42 inch flat screen TV.

The dive deck will most likely be one of the most spacious and comfortable you would have come across. There are designated areas for charging and preparation of your camera and video equipment making the S/Y Indo Siren a top choice for underwater photographers and videographers.

The vessel also benefits from 2 high-powered Zodiacs, kayaks, laundry and massage services and FREE equipment hire and nitrox.


Day 1 :

Itineraries include:

  • Raja Ampat
  • Komodo
  • Banda Sea

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is all about diversity, not only of marine species but also of dive sites. Recently declared a marine sanctuary to 46,000 square km, the park offers you a breathtaking variety of dive experiences. From pelagic drift dives to magical muck dives and even some habitats that are special to Raja Ampat such as clear water mangroves with corals growing right next to them; There are thousands of potential dive sites in Raja Ampat. Exploration is still continuing and on every trip there are chances for new and amazing discoveries.


Declared a World Heritage Site in 1991, the park and surrounding area boast one of the world’s richest marine environments.

Komodo has over 260 species of reef building coral, 70 species of sponge, marine worms, mollusks, echinoderm, and crustacea, over 1000 species of fish, marine reptiles, and marine mammals. The waters of the Sunda Sea teem with life from reef sharks and manta rays to bobtail squid and the minute “lady bug”. Other notable species include pygmy seahorses, frogfish, nudibranchs, Napolean wrasse, trevally jack, and groupers. The diving here is varied from shallow muck dives, sloping reefs, and dark volcanic sand, submerged pinnacles, and steep reef walls. Currents can be strong but bring with them all the delights of diving in Indonesia.

Banda Sea – 14 nights

Diving the Banda Sea’s remote islands is only possible by liveaboard. The region stretches from Nusa Tengarra in the south to Raja Ampat in the far north with Ceram Island at the centre. Dotted in between are the tiny islands of Lucipara, Banda Neira, Gungung Api, Manuk and Nila.

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Indo Siren, Indonesia