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Why you should choose an Aggressor Liveaboard:
The mission of Aggressor Liveaboards is to provide their guests with the highest quality, most innovative and safest trips possible.
They offer unparalleled customer service on their small group adventures, accessing the most exciting destinations around the world to offer the best experience possible.

Indo Aggressor will give you the trip of a lifetime to a place of dazzling coral reefs, spectacular marine life, fierce Komodo dragons and smoking volcanoes,a real life "Jurassic Park" above and below the surface of the seas.
The Indo Aggressor is the Bali based vessel of the Aggressor Fleet, the world renowned liveaboard group is at the very forefront of diving liveaboards and provides high quality dive trips to the Komodo national park, Alor and Maumere in Indonesia's spectacular Nusa Tenggara area.

The Indo Aggressor is a traditionally crafted, two masted wooden motor sailor, stretching 30 metres long, 9 metres wide and accommodating 16 adventurous divers in 8 en-suite cabins.
Following the standards of the Aggressor Fleet, the Indo Aggressor replicates the legendary Aggressor Diving service, amenities and the highest standards of safety in the industry.
The Indo Aggressor offers different itineraries to 6 different areas over 7, 10 and 11 night cruises featuring enhanced itineraries that allows guests more time diving and more time in the signature areas.
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Some of the most frequently asked questions about Komodo.
When is the best time to Dive Komodo - How to get to Komodo - The top 10 reasons to join a Liveaboard in Komodo - Komodo Diving and the Dive sites - What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving - Information about Komodo - Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers - The Latest Indonesian Travel Information - Other general FAQs

Indo Aggressor - schedule

Indo Aggressor - prices and what's included

Prices are per person per trip and based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.
Exact pricing is available on the schedule here as prices vary dependant on the time of year, destination and the length of the trip and sometimes special offers are available.

The trip price includes :
All meals and snacks on board the vessel,
Free local beer on board the vessel, while stocks last, Free 1 glass of wine at dinner on board the vessel,
3‐ 4 dives a day, depending on weather and cruise directors discrection,
Shore excursion during the cruise,
Towels and toiletries
The yacht is equipped with hairdryers in each stateroom.
Linens are changed mid-week and fresh towels are placed in each stateroom as needed.
Filled tanks, weights and weight belt.
Standard Indo Aggressor amenities.

The trip price does not include :
Diving equipment rental
Diving courses
Nitrox fills
Port and Park fees - $220 Komodo National Park (7-nights) and $250 Forgotten Islands or Komodo National Park (10 & 11 nights)
Wine, Liquor, Spirits and other alcoholic beverages except for local beer and 1 glass of wine for dinner
Airport tax
Dive insurance is mandatory as is your own personal dive computer (You can rent one for the trip if you do not have your own).
As well as the Mandatory Dive Insurance we highly recommend Trip and Travel Insurance on the off chance of missed or cancelled flights / lost baggage, documents, money or passport / Covid issues or any other unforeseen problems that could possibly occur.
Dive Assure Insurance offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package

Booking and cancellation Terms and Conditions:

Booking deposit: 50% of your invoice total is required within 7 days of booking to confirm the booking.
The remaining final payment of 50% is due to 90 days prior to the departure date to complete your booking.
Individual booking made less than 90 days before the departure date are due full payment upon booking to confirm your booking.
Cancellation at any stage involves forfeit of the money already payed.
Payment can be made via bank transfer, Wise, Credit or Debit card (Visa, AMEX, Mastercard) or Apple pay at no extra charge.

Dive Equipment rental
Equipment type 10 Nights 7 Nights
Complete set of Rental (BCD, Regulator, Computer, Night Dive Light, Mask, Fins, Snorkel) 260.00 175.00
BCD 90.00 60.00
Scuba Package (BCD, Regulator, Computer) 225.00 150.00
Dive Computer 90.00 60.00
Mask or Fins 75.00 50.00
Regulators 90.00 60.00
Wetsuit 70.00 50.00
Nitrox unlimited all trip (32%) for qualified divers 150.00 100.00
The Larger 100cu ft / 15L tank 120.00 100.00

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Indo Aggressor - cabins

The Indo Aggressor sleeps 16 guests in privacy and comfort.
The accommodations include 2 deluxe staterooms with queen bed, 2 master staterooms with two single beds or one Asian king bed, and 4 twin staterooms with two twin bunk beds.
All staterooms have climate controls.

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    Lower Deck Deluxe Stateroom

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    Lower Deck Deluxe Stateroom

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    Sun Deck Master Stateroom

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    Sun Deck Master Stateroom

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    Lower Deck Twin Stateroom

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    Lower Deck Twin Stateroom

Sun Deck Master Stateroom
The 2 Master Staterooms #1 and #8 on the upper deck has two single beds (35”x78”) or one Asian Kingsize (70” x 78”).
All staterooms have a private bathroom and shower and individual climate control.
The Master staterooms have a sea view, a mirrored Wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries and fresh towels are provided daily

Lower Deck Deluxe Stateroom
The Deluxe stateroom on the lower deck has a queen size bed suitable for a couple.
All staterooms have a private bathroom and shower and individual climate control.
They all have a porthole view, a mirrored Wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries and fresh towels are provided daily

Lower Deck Twin Stateroom
The Twin stateroom on the lower deck is a comfortable stateroom with two twin beds.
All staterooms have a private bathroom and shower and individual climate control.
They all have a porthole view, a mirrored Wardrobe, bathrobes, hairdryer, toiletries and fresh towels are provided daily

Indo Aggressor - itineraries

Due to the many and varied itineraries we have provided links to a PDF form for each trip

Komodo 7-10 Nights (Labuanbajo to Labuabajo)
Komodo South 7 Nights (Labuanbajo to Labuabajo)
Bali to Labuanbajo or Labuanbajo to Bali 10 Nights
The Forgotten Islands 10 Nights

Dining experience
Pre- breakfast
Pre breakfast of cereals, fresh fruits and selection of breads.

Breakfast ala carte
Western choice of eggs of any kind, ham, bacon, and tomato, mushroom and onions, pancake, oats porridge.
Local selection of rice porridge, fried noodles, noodles soup.

Buffet selection of local cuisines from different parts of Indonesia.

Tea snacks
Daily freshly baked hot snacks

3 course plated dinner of Western food, with Asian influence.

Indo Aggressor - diving

Some of the most frequently asked questions about Komodo.
When is the best time to Dive Komodo - How to get to Komodo - The top 10 reasons to join a Liveaboard in Komodo - Komodo Diving and the Dive sites - What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving - Information about Komodo - Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers - The Latest Indonesian Travel Information - Other general FAQs

Diving in Komodo is not a new idea but recently it's being recognised as a premier destination due to the awesome variety of diving to be had.
Crystal clear water and dive sites where you never see another diver provide a little something for everyone whether it's macro or massive you love.
One day you can be crawling along the bottom looking at pygmy seahorses, frogfish and unusual nudibranch and the next you are in the big blue on an open water pinnacle as the mantas fly by, the sharks circle and the dolphins hunt and the next day diving a live volcano!!
For sheer variety there is no better place on earth.

Komodo is one of the few places left in the world where sharks are not rare and down south is one of the places where manta rays have their legendary aggregations, meaning they are here in the area in their hundreds!!!

One of the highlights of these trips is the rare opportunity to walk with the lengendary Komodo dragons.
These truly awesome beasts can reach 3 metres plus and can reportedly run at 20km an hour chasing their prey. It's the icing on the cake, Stunning diving and one of the world's last surviving dinosaur descendants all one amazing package.

Covering the best of both worlds, from up close and personal with aggragating mantas to shy pygmy seahorses and rare nudibranches Komodo diving has it all. The beauty of Komodo liveaboard diving is in the balance between the large and small animals. One day you will be in the blue swimming with mantas and sharks and the next swimming along a bubbling volcanic reef covered with venting submerged fumeroles blowing bubbles into the water and hiding one of the worlds best kept secret macro dive sites.

In North Komodo the water temperature is normally 27-29°C. Around Southern Komodo and Rinca Islands the water temperature drops can drop a bit to 22-26°C. A 5mm long suit is advised and hood and booties are strongly recommended for the southern area.

These are some of the top sites that most liveaboards visit.

Angel reef, Moyo, Sumbawa diving

We start our Komodo liveaboard with the first dive of the trip and the check out dive. This dive site doesn't disappoint. A beautiful wall stretching down to 50 metres covered in hard and soft corals very reminiscent of Bunaken in North Sulawesi. Schools of bannerfish and trevally patrol the walls with the occasional reef sharks making an appearance. Ribbon eels hide in crevices and many different nudibranchs crawl over the vast elephant ear sponges that hang from the beautiful soft coral infested wall.

Satonda island bay

A protected bay on Satonda island north of Sumbawa hosts a treasure trove of macro critters, the more we dive here the more we find. The rare Denise pygmy seahorse lives in fans here, frogfish hang out in big barrel sponges and ghost pipefish hide amongst the featherstars that cover the reef slope. In the sandy bottom you can find jawfish with their mouths full of eggs, myriads of anemonefish, mushroom coral pipefish and spearer mantis shrimps.

Sangeang island diving

Sangieng island is a perfectly round volcanic island jutting up from the sea bed. Still active and last blowing in 1996 this well kept secret is one of the world's finest macro dive areas. With diving available all around the island there is not one specific spot but always new ones to be discovered. Bubbles of volcanic gas seep through the sand creating a surreal atmosphere and a warm black sand bottom hosting rare and unusual nudibranch. Pygmy seahorses, frogfish, Pegasus sea moths and carnivorous shells and all common here, this is my personal favourite dive site as every time we dive here there is a surprise in store of something new that is often not in the books - this site is why you go Komodo liveaboard diving.

Gps point - Gili Banta diving

Gps point is an open sea mount prone to strong currents at certain times of the day. This provides prolific hard and soft coral growth that is home to hundreds of different types of reef fish. Loved by sharks, white tip sharks cruise around the whole dive in amongst the hunting giant trevallies and schooling jacks and surgeon fish, an exciting dive.

Takat Toko, Gili Lawalaut diving

This is one of my favourite sites on the Komodo liveaboard itinerary and is very similar to Gps point this site takes it to the next level. Grey reef shark, white tip sharks, occassional dolphins and a literal fish soup created by jacks, surgeonfish, giant trevallies and bannerfish surround this large sea mount as you hang on to the reef edge and watch the action. Again this site is prone to strong currents but we time our dives to hit around slack tide and a little current brings in the big fish. Great pelagic action, my favourite blue water dive.

Lighthouse reef, Gili Lawalaut diving

An adrenalin pounding drift dive along the wall and around the corner under the lighthouse. Sharks, mantas, dolphins are all frequent visitors on the dive with some of the best coral reef top in the area around the corner out of the current at the end of the dive you can hunt for porcelain crabs, cuttlefish and unusual seahorses whilst waiting for the adrenalin to funnel out of your system and your heart rate to return to normal-this is what Komodo liveaboard diving is all about!.

Crystal rock, Gili Lawalaut diving

A stunning soft coral and sea fan covered pinnacle with crystal water clarity this is a great site for those magazine cover wide angle shots. With at least 5 different types of angelfish, 4 types of trigger and butterflyfish everywhere it is a excellent reef fish dive with frequent visits from eagle and manta rays and the resident sleepy hawksbill turtle.

Pink beach, Komodo diving

Colder water and lower vis here due to the huge amounts of organic matter in the water due to the southern currents but this is more than made up for by the astounding life available to see here due to this phenomenon. Normally done as a night dive it also makes a good day dive with everything from white tip sharks to pygmy seahorses; zebra crabs, Coleman shrimp, many coloured frogfish, xeno crabs, Spanish dancers, and unusual nudibranchs are hidden amongst the dense coral growth.

Cannibal rock, Rinca island diving

Colder water than the north but touted by many as one of the worlds best 10 sites, yes I know there seems to be way more than 10 "top 10 sites" but this one really is one if you like macro. Everything is here even the rarest of the rare, the Rhinopias scorpionfish. It's nudi heaven with only the special and the rare getting to appear here, more species than I care to mention along with large and different frogfish mixed in with schools of fish and the resident dopy turtle we do 2 dives here and it's still not enough!! You will love it, I personally adore this dive site.

Torpedo alley, Rinca island diving

Just next to cannibal rock and where the boat moors is a beach that has wild pigs, monkeys and Komodo dragons in the daytime and hosts a myriad of critters in the waters in front if it at night. Named for the large amount of torpedo rays found here, a member of the electric ray family- no touching! They cover the sandy bottom along with loads of nudis obvious on the black sand bottom along with bizarre crabs and octopus.

Manta alley, Komodo diving

In the cooler waters in the south of Komodo there is a bay in which there are a series of pinnacles that seem to be a magnet for aggregating mantas. They are here in their tens, often we come up having seen over 20 different individuals. Often a little shy, their evasive spins and pirouettes makes the watching of them that much more enjoyable.

Takat Makassar, Komodo diving

This is our other manta site. A little bit more of a risk to see them as it is a huge area and we drift along the bottom in about 10 metres but along the way we always run into loads of turtles, napoleon and humphead wrasse, white tip sharks and very very occasionally you will be incredibly lucky and run into the resident dugong that inhabits this area along with scores of mantas as they migrate north.

3 sisters, Padar island diving

A series of underwater pinnacles reaching nearly to the the surface off the coast of Padar island next to Komodo this site constantly springs surprises on you from silvertip sharks and mobular ray schools to marbled rays and rare nudibranchs.