A luxurious 30 metre vessel, the Raja Ampat Aggressor sails the Raja Ampat region and beyond throughout the year, offering adventures to some of the richest coral reef systems in the world.
This liveaboard incorporates the best possible diving in the region into its four itineraries available throughout the year, as well as extended trips to Cenderawasih Bay(Jul-Sep), Ambon in the Banda Sea and Triton Bay (Mar-May and Oct-Nov). The biodiversity and abundance of marine life in the Raja Ampat region is second to none. With more opportunity than ever, now is the time to visit.
The boat offers all the usual luxuries of an Aggressor Fleet boat and accommodates up to 16 passengers in eight cabins. Choose between a master (double bed), a deluxe (twin or double) or twin bed (L-shaped) stateroom. All cabins feature window/porthole, air-conditioning, en-suite bathroom, storage space, hair dryer, towels and a TV with pre-loaded movies. Facilities on board include a spacious salon, large sundeck and camera table for all your photography needs.
All the four itineraries offer remote pristine diving, each with something a little different. Expect healthy and vibrant coral reefs, seamounts, sheer walls, caves, colourful coral gardens and a plethora of macro life. Up to four dives (including night) a day are scheduled from the accompanying tenders. The boat is equipped with 12L tanks with DIN/Yoke adaptable valves. We recommend a 3mm wetsuit with hood. Nitrox is available.
Trip itineraries range from seven to 12 nights and are scheduled for the optimum diving conditions in the region throughout the year. The reefs are teeming with life and the encounters with large pelagic species make this location a must for all dive enthusiasts.
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Join a liveaboard adventure in Raja Ampat, the most bio-diverse marine region on earth! Choose from a variety of vessels and itineraries to discover majestic islands with sharks, manta rays, turtles and enormous schools of fish.