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MV Mermaid II - Indonesia

Diving itineraries in Bali, Komodo and Raja Ampat.

The Mermaid 2 offers great 8/10 night trips around Bali and Komodo. The diving in this region is very diverse and you can encounter animals from the smallest seahorses to the giant Sunfish.

The MV Mermaid II is a double steel engine motor yacht, one of the most comfortable vessels in Indonesia offering itineraries around Bali, Komodo and Raja Ampat. You will get to experience an array of marine life ranging from sunfish to dog tooth tuna. The 32 metre boat accommodates 18 guests with 9 crew members who are experienced, friendly and there to help you with any questions or queries you may have whilst aboard MV Mermaid II.

She can comfortably accommodate 16 guests in 8 deluxe cabins and 2 guests in a standard cabin. All the deluxe cabins have large panoramic sea view windows and are located on the main deck with each cabin having a double and single bed, air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom. The standard cabin is located below deck with twin bunks, air conditioning and a shared bathroom with another cabin.

The large dive deck has plenty of room to gear up, individual boxes for your dive gear, a camera table and a number of rinse tanks whilst the dive platform has two exit ladders and fresh water showers. The boat has a further two decks, one which is shaded with comfortable lounge chairs and one that has full exposure to the sun with a cushioned platform. The dining room is located on the upper deck where buffet style meals are served every day with a variety of Asian and European cuisines being served up. The large salon is spacious and comes furnished with sofas, a fridge, tea and coffee facilities, music center, TV and DVD players and a library will a full selection of books to choose from.

Deluxe AC Cabins

All deluxe cabins are on the main deck of MV Mermaid II with large panoramic sea view windows. Each deluxe cabin can be a double bed or twin. You can be assured of a fantastic night’s rest on a quality bed, fitted with minimum 300 thread count bed linens.

  • Double bed and a single bed
  • Air conditioning
  • Private ensuite bathroom
  • En suite bathroom

Budget Cabin

The two budget cabins are located on the lower deck on MV Mermaid II. You can be assured of a fantastic night’s rest on a quality bed, fitted with minimum 300 thread count bed linens.

  • Twin bunks
  • Shared bathroom
  • Air conditioning

Route Options

The 8 day and 7 night itinerary will take you to the best dive sites around the Komodo National Park in Bali. Departing from Benoa Harbour, the Mermaid II will cruise to Moyo, Satonda, Sangeang, Gili Bantra, Komodo and Rinja before heading back to Benoa Harbour. A range of marine life will be spotted along the way including banner fish, eels, red tooth trigger and many more.

Bali - Komodo - Bali - 8 Days/7 Nights

Day 1

Check-in aboard the MV Mermaid II is between 14:00 and 16:00 in Benoa Harbour in Bali. After the safety briefing, the crew will set the equipment up and you can settle into your cabin. Dinner will be served at approximately 19:00 as you cruise into the sunset on the overnight journey to Moyo Island, North West Sumbawa.

Day 2

Start your adventure with a great dive in the calm, clear waters of Angel Reef at Moyo Island. Here you will see massive elephant ear, barrel sponges, schools of long fin banner fish, red tooth triggers, frog fish, nudibrancs, eels, surgeon fish, snapper and dog tooth tuna. A visit to the local village is followed by lunch before an afternoon dive at Panjang Reef where you will be able to find pygmy seahorses. The boat will cruise 2 hours to Satonda Island for dinner and a night dive before cruising overnight to Sangeang Island, off the north coats of Sumbawa.

Day 3

2 dives will take place at Sangeang Island for sightings of rare nudibrancs, pygmy seahorse and underwater hot springs that supports the unique marine life. A cruise to Gili Banta for a dive at Tanduk Rusa famous for its sharks and pelagics. The boats enters the Komodo National Park and a night dive is done at Gili Darat South Passage, where you will have the opportunity to see sleeping turtles, colourful reef stone fish and Spanish dancers.

Day 4

If the tide is right you will look for grey reef sharks and dolphins at Taka Toko Gili Lawalaut. The second dive is a fast drift with pelagics and mantas at Lighthouse Reef or the Old Passage followed by a dive at Crystal Rock where you will see soft corals, sharks, turtles, giant maori wrasse and eagle rays. A cruise south for a night dive at Pink Beach near the entrance to the Komodo National Park will take place after dinner.

Day 5

A visit to Komodo National Park takes place in the morning to walk with the dragons followed by a 2 hour cruise to Horseshoe Bay Rinja Island. Diving takes place at the world famous site Cannibal Rock where you will see rare nudibranchs, frogfish, spectacular corals, sponges, ascidians, huge black coral bushes, turtles, cuttlefish and reef fish. You might have the chance to follow whales and dolphin feeding in the calm bay on one of your dives. A night dive is done at one of the many diving spots followed by an overnight stay in the peaceful bay.

Day 6

A cruise to Padar Island for sightings of sharks, nudibranchs, surgeon fish and devil Rays takes place in the morning followed by a dive to Manta Alley (Takat Makasar) for a chance to see manta aggregation. Batu Bolung Aka “Current City” is the home to large napoleon wrasse, turtles and blue fin trevally. Guests say goodbye to Komodo National Park with a night dive at Gili Banta where coral cat shark and many more cruise the water with a post dinner night dive taking place along the way. The boat cruises overnight to Satonda Island.

Day 7

You will enjoy two dives at Satonda and Moyo Islands for more chances to see ghost pipe fish, ribbon eels, turtle and cuttlefish before cruising overnight back to Benoa in the south of Bali.

Day 8

After breakfast the crew transfer you ashore at 9am to continue your holiday or for your flight home.

Raja Ampat has been documented as one of the last frontiers of unspoilt diving. The archipelago’s pristine reefs are not only rich but the region also proves to have the greatest coral reef biodiversity for its size in the world. Raja Ampat holds: 600 islands and reefs, 1,320 fish species, 550 coral species and all that is yet to be discovered.

Raja Ampat is the seascape’s crown jewel. Fittingly, the name means “four kings.” The four main islands or “Kings” of the archipelago: Waigeo in the north, Salawati west of Sorong, Batanta north of Salawati, and Misool in the south.

Visit Waigeo and dive the famous Dampier Strait, some of Raja Ampat´s most action-packed dive sites. Exhilarating current dives and reliable manta cleaning stations where you can experience these majestic giant pelagics dance for hours along with many other treasures such as the tasselled wobbegong shark.

Dive the beautiful and unique mangrove areas of Yanggefo and Gam islands where the tips of healthy acropora corals contrast with the lush green of the mangroves making excellent split images, while just beneath the surface schools of archerfish hunt among the forest of mangrove roots. Batanta Island, known for its excellent muck diving and amazing variety of nudibranchs including the endemic Thecacera sp. Black sand slopes full of wonderful critters and frequent sightings of the rare mimic octopus. Misool area in southern Raja Ampat is a must for those who enjoy radiant coloured soft corals. There are stunning walls, pinnacles and reefs with masses of huge gorgonian fans and sea fans hosting an array of the famous pygmy seahorses. The vast area and variety of dive sites makes it the ideal location to be discovered via liveaboard.

It is almost impossible to put together a daily itinerary due to the magnificent diving everywhere Mermaid I goes. No trip is the same, with so many different sites to visit and explore. If there is somewhere in particular you really have your heart set on, please discuss with the Cruise Director who will do their utmost to get you there – conditions, ship and your safety allowing!

Vessel Details

Year Built / Refurbished 2000
Length Overall 33 m/104 feet
Beam 7m / 21 feet
Draft 2.5m / 8 feet
Engines Hino 2 x 450 HP
Generators Hino 2 x 150 KVA
Speed 9.5 Knots
Communication & Navigation VHF & SSB radio, global positioning system (GPS), radar, echo sounder, sonic altimeter and a mobile telephone
Salon & Dining Area Large dining area with tables and chairs
Entertainment TV/DVD, music center and a library with a full selection of books
Emergency Equipment D.A.N oxygen/ Medic First Aid Kit
Air Compressors 3 x 190 bauer air compressors
Dive Deck Large dive deck with individual boxes and plenty of room to gear up
Equipment Rental Scuba diving equipment rental available onboard - please see price list below
Full equipment rental USD25
Mask, Fins & Snorkel USD10
Wetsuits USD15
BCD USD14
Regulator USD10
Equipment Rental The equipment rental prices listed above are per person per day and will be paid directly by you on board

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9 nights on-board the MV Mermaid II for the Komodo/Bali/Komodo

Holiday description: 9 nights on-board the MV Mermaid II for the Bali/Komodo/Bali route The diving was fantastic with a huge variety of dive sites and marine life, especially for divers who are interested in Macro dives. The island excursion to “Komodo” was a great experience and a good chance to spend some time on dry land after several days aboard the boat. The crew aboard the Mermaid where great and really knew how to look after the guests. I also found the cabin spacious and very comfortable. This trip would be highly recommendable.

Leeds J.

Mermaid II

Great trip

A Customer

Nudi Falls

Lembeh Strait, Indonesia

This is a beautiful mini wall that gives way to a sand and rubble slope. This site is well known for it's variety of nudibranchs, comet fish and pygmy seahorses.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Wreck Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 28m

Barracuda Point

Manado, Indonesia

Yes- the name says it all - barracuda, and if they're there, a lot of them (sometimes 100+)! Not only barracuda but big tuna and jacks too. However they're not always around and this reef isn't the most spectacular. The wall/slope has not much to offer but dead coral and sand. It's definitely not a spot for beginners as there can be strong currents, both upwards and downward! That's why Barracuda's like it so much here! We think this site is worth the risk of one dive during your stay, on the hope of seeing a big school.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Cannibal Rock

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

The Cannibal Rock has marginal visibility, but more than makes up for it in terms of density of life. This small seamount rises to within a few feet of the surface, and it is easy to circumnavigate in a single dive. Sea apples and other varieties of the sea cucumber family are especially abundant here, as are nudibranchs, puffer fish, octopus, and all weird and wonderful manner of blennies.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Manta Alley

Bali, Indonesia

At Manta Alley the water clarity can sometimes be only about 40 feet, but the plankton that steps on visibility also consistently attracts manta rays to this site. Here divers can see manta rays cruising the shallows along the sloping face of the reef, and with a bit of luck and a careful approach they could get fairly close.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Crystal Rock

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

Crystal Rock is a large seamount that barely breaks the surface, but below is very rich in marine life, particularly lionfish, anthias, coral grouper, and butterfly fish. Some of the current underwater is swift, but nothing that divers cannot swim against and the rich wide-angle potential of the colourful filter feeders make it worthwhile.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 23

Gili Lawaw Darat

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

This site is also known as the Pygmy Paradise and the Flamenco Reef and it offers divers the opportunity to see a variety of Spanish dancer nudibranchs and pygmy seahorses.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Gili Banta

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

This site offers divers the opportunity to encounter an incredible amount of healthy hard corals at the entry point, which is at the northern tip of the headland. Excellent site to find frogfish on the sponges off the reef slope, as well as many varieties of nudibranchs, flatworms, numerous shrimps and other critters.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Lighthouse Reef

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

The northeast tip of Gililawa Laut is forever a great site to dive if you are into fish but not corals. On the corner of the reef sits rests a very large rock, behind which a drop off covered with boulders many holes in between is found. Excellent grouper country and if divers are there at the right time, especially in October and November, will see many groupers aggregate to spawn; then there are many golden trevallies, snappers and sometimes huge napoleon wrasses. The best time to dive this site is in slight current before or after slack-tide.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Pink Beach

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

This is the most frequently visited site in theKomodo National Park. Snorkeling is excellent from the beach and there is an amazing dive site in a small area around a rock that breaks the surface only at low tide. There as a great variety of marine life here with a good selection of critters such as leaf scorpionfish, blueribbon eels, crocodile fishes, nudibranchs and more. This site is also excellent for night dives.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Three Sisters

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

Three Sisters are three quite large flooded pinnacles within easy swimming distance of each other at about 10 meters apart. They are about five meters below the surface, making them a bit hard to find, and bottoms out at about maximum 30 meters onto rubble and sand. The rocks run to the East in line at about 100 meters from a small reef that sticks out on the Eastern side of an island. It is not too affected by current and can usually be dived. The walls of the pinnacles are covered in soft corals, Tubastrea, and Crinoids. The tops of the pinnacles offer stunning hard and soft coral gardens.

Three Sisters dive site in the Komodo Islands seems to be pure with an incredible coral cover and a great fish life.

The three sisters are 3 big rocks on a 30 m deep sandy bottom. The top part of the rocks is about 3 m deep, perfect to finish the dive in the shallow water.

On this dive site you can find many species of nudibranchs. In the blue, pellagic fishes swim around and whitetip sharks are often on the deeper part of the site.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Manta Sandy

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Manta Sandy also known as Manta Mantra is one of the signature dive sites in Raja Ampat located at the far end of Mansour Island. As the name implies the sandy bottom is a great place to watch these magnificent underwater creatures. The cleaning station is only 12 metres away and here you can watch the mantas being cleaned with some staying as long as 10 minutes.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Whale Rock

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

The rocky islet has a distinctive whale shape when it is viewed from the south, hence the name. Due to the exposed position of the island, most dives here are drift dives, and it will be enjoyable for divers to drift along the gently sloping reef beautifully encrusted with corals and sponges.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Boo Windows

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

The dive site showcases large underwater windows that rest just below the surface. Aside from this, the site is dripping with soft corals and schooling fish.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Mioskon

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Schools of Yellow Snapper, Napoleon Wrasse, big groupers and many Wobbegong sharks can be found in Mioskon. Pigmy seahorses, different species of nudibranch can be seen as well.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Sardine Reef

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Soft coral, gorgonian fans, black coral bushes and slopes of coral heads populate the whole Sardine Reef area. Large schools of fusiliers, sardines, damsels, banner fish, butterfly fish, sweetlips and snappers frequent the site, picking tasty morsels out of the current. Triggerfish and predators such as barracuda, Spanish mackerel, Jacks and giant trevallies can be seen as well. At the top of the food-chain, black tipped reef sharks, white tipped reef sharks and even grey reef sharks usually cruise the surroundings.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Blue Magic

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

One of the most popular sites in northern Raja Ampat. Almost anything can be seen from mantas, sharks and tuna to massive schools of jacks and barracuda. Along the slopes and onto the reef top are a variety of fans, sponges and soft and hard corals.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Friwinbonda

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

The fans are home to many smaller marine life including pygmy seahorses, which are easily spotted hiding amongst the fans. Divers can also spot shrimp, gobies, and blennies darting amongst the coral. The large and beautiful fans make it a great spot for underwater photography and divers can get excellent pictures of lionfish hunting glassfish or great shots of different types of butterflyfish. Photographers will also get excellent macro shots of the shrimps, crabs, and pipefish that live amongst the sea fans. Some divers may also meet reef sharks, batfish, barracuda, jack fish, and tuna.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Batu Lima

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

While following this slope you will be amazed at the scores of Fusiliers, Triggerfish, Unicorn Fish and Black Tip Reef Sharks frequenting this astonishing site. As you ascend at the end of your dive, you may encounter countless hunting Trevallies in the shallows, and as one goes through the canyons that separate these rocks, Nudibranches and Flatworms that make their home among the vast array of colorful coral on the sides of these rocks can be seen.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Cape Kri

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

At the Northeast point of Kri island the currents sweep into a channel between Kri and the small island of Koh. At this point beneath waters churning in the current, huge schools of Big-eye trevallies, Barracudas and Snappers can be seen hanging over the drop-off. At the base of the reef an ancient snagged anchor rests next to a bommie with a dense school of Banded sweetlips. A large shallow coral garden crowns the reef top with blacktip reef sharks patrolling amongst the overlapping maze of hard corals with feeding hawksbill turtles. Car-sized Queensland groupers down to the diminutive ever-present pygmy seahorse can be seen on this phenomenal dive site.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Chicken Reef

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

It is a reef with various soft and hard corals and some rock formations. The reef has an enormous number of magnificent reef fish. Some of the life here includes table corals, black staghorn corals, feather corals, angelfish, clown triggerfish, butterflyfish, trevallies, surgeonfish, and red-margin shrimpgobies.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Cape Mansuar

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

A more suddenly dropping reef than Cape Kri, but the marine life here is excellent with an abundance of species.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Farondi Wall

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

With a tunnel that is inhabited by midnight snapper and shy Indonesian sweetlips. The 20 metre long tunnel is framed with sponges and soft corals. Look in black coral bushes for ornate ghost pipefish. Further along the wall huge gorgonian seafans are home to many pygmy seahorses. There are more than one variety here including Hippocampus Bargibanti which is commonly pink/white and bobbly plus Hippocampus Denise which is slightly smaller and often more orange in colour. Large schools of fish cover the wall including fusilier and surgeon fish, damsels and anthias.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Arborek Jetty

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

While down in the coral rubble on the slope around the jetties you will find jawfish, pipefish and other critters. Further down are several bommies which are home to some schooling sweetlips and numerous critters.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Melissa's Garden

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

The dive site features an oval-shaped reef with a flat top where extended areas of coral gardens impress divers with their intense colors and beautiful forms. Bright soft-coral outcrops, sponges, and masses of crinoids are densely scattered between impressive hard-coral formations, where a large array of small marine creatures found their shelters.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Torpedo Alley

Komodo & Lesser Sunda, Indonesia

In Nusa Kode, the dark sandy slope is littered with torpedo rays which give the site its name. Pygmy seahorses can be spotted in the gorgonian fans in deeper water and many nudibranchs and crustaceans are found all over the sloping reef.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18
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27 Aug 2022
3 Sep 2022
7 Nights Bali/Komodo/Bali Safari 8 Days 7 Nights Deluxe AC Cabins £2618
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12 Dec 2022
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22 Dec 2022
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1 Jan 2023
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6 Feb 2023
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15 Feb 2023
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24 Feb 2023
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22 Dec 2023
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10 Jan 2024
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25 May 2024
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