The Indo Aggressor (formerly Komodo Dancer) is a traditionally crafted two masted wooden phinisi, accommodating 16 guests in comfort (including being pampered by a crew of 17!), this liveaboard sails around Komodo National Park.
All cabins feature air-conditioning, private bathroom facilities, a hairdryer and towels. The lower deck houses four twin staterooms with bunk beds and two deluxe staterooms with a double bed, all cabins with a porthole. The two master staterooms are located on the top deck and can be configured for double or twin beds. Facilities on board include a sun deck, wet bar and entertainment salon as well as a camera table and charging station.
The Komodo Dancer offers 7, 10 and 11 night cruises throughout the year featuring enhanced itineraries, allowing guests more time in the water on the signature dive sites of Komodo National Park and beyond. The longer itineraries include Sangeang and Bima Bay, famed for their wonderful critters, a must for photographers. Trips to the deep south operate Jan-Apr where the water is a little cooler at 22C and the signature Komodo trips operate Aug-Dec when the average water temperature is 29C. Expect some cool upwellings. We recommend a 5mm wetsuit with hood and a reef hook. During May it’s possible to get on board an 11 night trip between Bali and Labuan Bajo or the reverse (schedules may change).
Komodo National Park is home to more than 1,000 species of fish, 385 species of reef building corals, 70 species of sponges, 10 dolphin species, 6 whale species, giant sea turtles, dugongs, and various species of sharks and rays. The underwater terrain ranges from thrilling vertical walls and pinnacles to tranquil sandy flats. With up to four dives offered each day, divers will be busy exploring. Nitrox is available.
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One of Indonesia's most iconic and exciting diving areas, the vast Komodo National Park is best dived by liveaboard to fully appreciate the area's riches, which include critters, sharks, manta rays, napoleon wrasse and turtles.