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Pelagic & Critters

Mar-Oct

Indonesia

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S/Y Indo Siren

Dive the world’s top rated dive sites in comfort and luxury.

Experience diving the world’s top rated dive sites in comfort and luxury. Offering 7 and 10 nights’ itineraries, the S/Y Indo Siren will take you on an unforgettable adventure to the Komodo National Park.

The S/Y Indo Siren is a 40 metre luxury liveaboard launched in April 2011 and has the same specifications as her sister boat, the S/Y Philippine Siren. Built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, the S/Y Indo Siren is handcrafted from ironwood and teak making her a traditional “gaft rigged Phinisi”. She was built by divers for divers ensuring every thought for the modern day diver was taken into account. The crew members aboard are friendly, fun, experienced and offer an attentive personal service making your trip a memorable one, they are also there to answer any questions or queries you may have regarding the boat or the itinerary.

The 8 large cabins aboard are either fixed double or twin bedded however two of the cabins are flexible to suit the needs of guests. All cabins come with its own TV/DVD, en-suite bathrooms, reading lights, cupboards, safety box, hairdryer, towels and an air conditioning unit with individual controls. The spacious air conditioned lounge has a cocktail bar, TV and movie network, sofas and a library whilst the sun deck has cushioned loungers making both of these areas the perfect places to relax after a long day’s diving. The outdoor dining area is a comfortable place to sit offering a great setting to enjoy all your meals.

The S/Y Indo Siren has specialised features aboard for keen photographers and videographers. The dive deck is the most spacious area on the boat offering designated areas for charging and preparing your camera and video equipment, individual stations and personal storage drawers. There are large rinse tanks with fresh water solely for camera and video equipment with an indoor and outdoor work station provided for maintenance of cameras and equipment. Basic Aqua Lung scuba equipment is provided free of charge with sizing requests being made at the time of booking (BCD, regulator, 3mm wetsuit, mask, fins and SMB).

Standard Twin Stateroom

The Indo Siren has 6 twin cabins, 2 of which can be adapted to double bed cabins if required. The cabins all have en suites and air conditioning as well as a wall fan.

  • Amenities from bathrobes to a personal safe
  • Bath and hand towels included

Double Cabin

There are 2 double bed cabins aboard the Indo Siren which are en suite and have air conditioning as well as a wall fan.

  • Double bed
  • Amenities from bathrobes to lockable safety boxes in the cabins
  • Bath and hand towels included

Double & Twin Cabins

The Indo Siren has 6 twin cabins, 2 of which can be adapted to double bed cabins if required. The cabins all have en suites and air conditioning as well as a wall fan.

  • Double Bed
  • Bathrobes
  • Bath and hand towels included
  • Safety Boxes

Route Options

For your final day aboard, we schedule two morning dives to allow plenty of time for off gassing before disembarkation and your flight home. Guests are responsible for their own dive profiles and for obtaining suitable dive insurance to cover all diving activities.

Depending on weather conditions and where we are, we will always try to offer a sunset, or night dive. Guests should bring along dive lamps, though of course we have rental lights for those that need them

Your dive team will check currents and choose sites based on the optimum conditions each day. There is a variety of dive spots that we can choose from:

Manta Sandy:

The two large bommies situated in the middle of a sandy bottom at just 18 meters is a world-renowned cleaning station which attracts many reef mantas rays of a variety of shades and sizes. Divers can rest on the bottom and watch this underwater show take place. If the mantas are not performing their show, there is still a plethora of marine life to look and discover. The reef itself has many smaller creatures with dragonets and various pipefishes. Cape Kri:

One of the best-known sites in the Dampier Strait as well as a world record setter, with 374 species of fish seen during one dive. Blue Magic:

A must-dive in Raja Ampat; a long finger-shaped seamount that starts at 8 meters and drops down to 30 meters depth. Everywhere you look it teems with marine life, colour and movement. Sardine Reef:

This underwater hill is swarming with fusiliers, snappers and sweetlips, schools of Bumphead parrot fish, banner fish, barracuda and trevally that feast on the nutrients in the water. Mike's Point:

The site offers varied topography with one side full of overhangs and crevices whilst the other has "steps" dropping down to the deep with a field of whip corals adorning the slope. Penemu & Vangeffo Islands

Located west of Garn, next we will visit these mushroom islands that are surrounded by turquoise seas full of pristine coral. Mayhem:

This dive spot is notorious for its strong currents, making for an exhilarating dive. The seamount, reaching up to 12 meters below the water, features big bommies that are home to glass fish and Wobbegong sharks.

Misool Islands:

There are numerous small islands surrounding one of the four largest islands

Andiamo:

A diverse two-island reef,with walls, overhangs, pinnacles, ridges and a shallow plateau.

Boo Windows:

Comprised of two rocks that stick up from the eastern edge of the island of Boo, this dive site is a coral garden paradise.

Gorgonian Passage:

This Passage is situated in the channel that runs between the Wayilbatan and Wayil Islands. It is decorated with huge sea fans (gorgonians), in which you may spot a variety of pygmy seahorses.

Karang Bayangan aka Magic Mountain:

One of the best dive sites in Indonesia; a dome-shaped seamount with a finger-shaped rocky outcrop densely covered with Gorgonian fans and Soft corals.

Nudi Rock:

A nudibranch-shaped rocky island and an iconic dive site. Nudi Rock is part of a 0.8-mile ridge with walls, pinnacles and sandy plateaus. Marine species varying from macro to large pelagic can be spotted at this striking site.

Pisang Island

Our first stop is an oasis in the middle of the Halmahera Sea, surrounded by deep blue water. Located between the islands of Misool & Papua, the Pisang Island is named for its banana-like shape.

Batjan Island

This is one of the northern Moluccca Islands in the Molucca Sea. It is located just southwest of the large island of Halmahera. There are two special dive spots that we will explore in this area:
Akiko's Neverneverland:

This is a truly unique dive site, riddled with diverse topography. It adorns a wall plunging to 40 meters, where Spiny Lobsters hide in the numerous cracks.

Tanjung Maragarando:

An exciting dive for pelagic and schooling fish. With the right current, this dive brings a large school of Jacks, Blackfin Barracuda, Golden Batfish & Fusiliers. From 30 meters, the slope is densely covered with bright yellow Soft corals.

Patantie Strait

Patantie Strait is located between Batjan & Halmahera Islands. Strong currents nurture the dense Soft corals and Gorgonian fan gardens.

Proco:

Sitting in the middle of the channel, this pinnacle extends to a plateau around 25 meters. This area is densely covered with Pastel, Yellow and Orange Soft corals, a wonderful array of colors contrasted by the schools of Fusiliers and Surgeonfish.

Batu Jabu:

A massive submerged reef where you can drift along rocky slopes covered with Hard & Soft corals. Aggregations of Unicorn fish, Fusiliers, Snappers & Surgeon fish hang around. The shallows are feature dense Staghorn coral fields packed with Anthias.

Guraici & Tamo-Tamo Islands

As we cruise north, we cross the equator to reach the Molucca Sea and enter the northern hemisphere. Guraici & Tamo-Tamo Islands are nestled 31 miles west of Halmahera Island and 43 miles south of Ternate and Tidore. There are a few dive spots:
Renne's Rock:

We will dive around a colossal pinnacle, surrounded by extensive plateaus and large bommies. This is a great site to look for Grey, Whitetip and Blacktip Reef sharks, and grazing Bumphead parrotfish are usually found in the shallows.

Akejojaru:

A wide shallow plateau decorated with large spread of bommies, which then drops 60 meters down to a steep slope and a dramatic wall down to a white sandy bottom, which reflects light onto the vibrant soft corals.

Makian Island is a 6-mile-wide volcano with a mile-wide summit crater. Located south of Ternate Island, this is one of Indonesia's most destructive volcanos. Tifore Island

Rising midway between Halmahera and Sulawesi, in the very deep open Molucca Sea, the dive sites around Tifore are mostly plateaus with sheer walls and steep slopes plus great visibility in clear blue water.

Sago Sago is one massive dive site, where we dive three times following the best entry points depending on the current.

Lembeh Strait

Welcome to the macro mecca in Lembeh, which is well known for the volcanic black sand, home to many a weird and wonderful critter. This is where "muck diving" all began.

For your final day aboard, we schedule two morning dives to allow plenty of time for off-gassing before disembarkation and your flight home. Guests are responsible for their own dive profiles and for obtaining suitable dive insurance to cover all diving activities.

Depending on weather conditions and where we are, we will always try to offer a sunset, or night dive. Guests should bring along dive lamps, though of course we have rental lights for those that need them

Dive sites we visit may include but are not limited to:

Ambon Island

Situated 7 miles southwest of Ceram Island, in the heart of the Moluccas, are the famous dive sites of Ambon. It offers world class muck diving, diverse marine ecosystems and dramatic topographies.

Pintu Kota

This area boasts incredible underwater architecture, with a massive archway decorated with hanging colourful Soft corals from wall to ceiling.



Twilight Zone - At night or during the day, we will explore this renowned muck diving spot by the harbour of Laha. Amongst detritus, countless species of Nudibranchs, Shrimps, Crabs & Dwelling fishes are waiting to be discovered.



Banda Island - This group of islands, also called the Spice Islands, boasts fantastic diving, with up to 40 meters of visibility. On land, enjoy the view of Gunung Api, a 650-meter-high active volcano, from the top of Fort Belgica. It was built by the Dutch in 1611 and it is in the historical town of Banda Neira. Clove, nutmeg, mace and cinnamon are still the main spices that are grown here.

There are various dive sites that we can visit: Karang Hatta - A spectacular submerged reef just south of Hatta, which offers steep slopes surrounded by deep waters. Dense Redtooth Triggerfish alongside Fusiliers, Napoleon Wrasse and Hawksbill Turtles populate this long reef. You might also get the chance to spot a few rare creatures like Devil Rays or even a Scalloped Hammerhead shark during your dive. Keep your fingers crossed before you enter this wonderful water. Hatta Blue Hole - A widespread hard coral shallow plateau which extends away from the island to a majestic drop off. A large opening on top of the reef opens to a swim through densely covered with huge vibrant Gorgonian fans. Also, massive Barrel Sponges which are inhabited by tiny Hairy Squat Lobsters decorate the wall. Pohon Miring - Richly decorated with colourful Soft corals and Gorgonian fans, a swim through will take you through a sheer wall covered with Leather corals. Numerous big Napoleon Wrasses inhabit the reef and Dogtooth tunas patrol the blue waters. Batu Kapal - This island is named for its boat-like shape and is an exhilarating dive, with walls decorated with Yellow Soft corals. Curtains of Redtooth Triggerfish, Pyramid Butterflyfish, Fusiliers and Surgeonfish merge into a multi-colour fish soup. On the rocky and sandy bottom, you can spot large groups of Longnose Emperor fish hunting alongside Bluefin Trevallies and opportunistic Napoleon Wrasses. Look in the blue for Grey reef sharks, while Blackfin Barracudas hover above the reef. Laval Flow - In 1998, the volcano on Naira Island erupted and the lava flow destroyed jungle and reefs in its wake. While only a few trees have grown on the basaltic rock, underwater it's a totally different story! From 3 meters to 40 meters an extensive hard coral garden completely blankets the solidified lava flow. Banda Jetty - Famous for its Mandarin fish that can be observed at sunset, which you can see just by looking down from the jetty. In many places, these fishes are elusive, small and shy. Here, it's the opposite! Once they have done their mating business, a wide array of critters awaits to be discovered on the black sand, including colourful Nudibranchs, Octopus, Cockatoo Waspfish and Frogfish. Manoek Island

This tiny island in the middle of the Banda Sea offers a wide variety of seacapes, including walls, coral slopes and sandy areas. Famed as the home of a multitude of Sea Snakes and where you may witness the Snakes hunting together

Nil Desperandum & Serua

Upwelling and currents around these islands bring nutrient rich waters and with them an abundance of marine life. We see many larger fish species in these little visited waters. Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks, Tunas, Napoleon Wrasses and Groupers are amongst the most common sightings. Schooling Surgeon Fish, Bannerfish and Barracudas give divers a spectacular display. Nyata and Terbang Islands

Further to the east of Wetar, the islands of Pulau Nyata and Terbang offer unspoiled reefs for a great diving experience. At Nyata, rainbow coloured soft corals and a myriad of hard corals dominate the landscape, whilst at Terbang we find dramatic walls with soft corals reef top gardens and plenty of Bumphead Parrotfish and schooling reef fish. Wetar and Reong Islands

These tropical islands feature walls that are covered with huge sponges and soft corals, along with vibrant reefs teaming with marine life, including Eagle Rays and Turtles.



Pantar Strait - Pantar is the second largest island in the Indonesian Alor Archipelago, located 45 miles north from Timor. The area is known for both critter diving and thriving reef walls where larger pelagic species roam.

The French Man's Window - An incredible wall dive site situated in front of Alor's Divers Resort, which is covered in a vibrant array of soft corals. Look closely and you may find a wide variety of colourful nudibranchs. Swimming around, you can also spot a shark or two .

Pak Van's Village - Situated on the north of Pura Island, it is one of the most iconic sites within the strait. It is a well-known critter hotspot, where divers can see Pegasus sea moths, dragonets, scorpion fish, ghost pipefish and Bargibanti seahorses.

Clown Valley - Hundreds, if not thousands, of anemones cover the shallow reef slope on the south side of Pulau Pura, all hosting the Clark's anemone fish. A spectacular site, but beware of some very chilly water, as there are thermoclines that are to be expected in these waters.

The Arch - Famous for its overhangs and fissures providing stunning topography, as well as a home to schooling fusiliers and colorful Anthias. The waters are also home to larger pelagic fish, including black tip reef sharks.

Mucky Mosque - An iconic dive nestled at the entrance of Kalabahi Bay. A fantastic muck dive where the attentive eye can find Paddle-Flap & Frondosa's Rhinopias, Ornate, Robust and even Halimeda & Velvet Ghost Pipefishes, Frogfishes, Bobtail squids, Long-arm Octopus and sometimes Wunderpus.

The following is a sample itinerary of dive sites we may visit during your liveaboard safari on board S/Y lndo Siren. We wish to show you the very best diving possible, however, several factors can determine which sites we visit. Our Cruise Director and Diving Director, along with the Captain will take weather, tides, currents and many other factors into consideration to determine which route the yacht takes, and which sites are selected for diving. Whilst we attempt to ensure the number of dives we have scheduled is fulfilled; bad weather can hinder the yacht's ability to reach a specified dive site in good time.

Dive sites we visit may include but are not limited to:



Dai & Dawera

On our way to Saumlaki, these islands have lots to offer from pristine shallow hard corals gardens, deep walls to rocky slopes covered with massive Sponges. The seamounts are swarming with curtains of Pyramid Butterflyfishes and the friendliest Longfin Batfishes we have ever encountered. Spiny Lobsters hide in the numerous cracks and overhangs in Dai, while shoals of Snappers, Unicornfishes and rivers of Fusiliers inhabit the pristine reefs.



Nil Desperandum & Serua

Upwelling and currents around these islands bring nutrient rich waters and with them an abundance of marine life.



Manoek Island

Next we will voyage to this tiny island in the middle of the Banda Sea, which offers a wide variety of dive topography including walls, coral slopes and sandy areas. Famed as the home of a multitude of sea snakes and where you can witness the snakes hunting together.

Spice (Banda) Islands

This group of islands boasts fantastic diving, with up to 40 meters of visibility.

There are various dive sites that we may visit:


Karang Hatta - We will dive in a spectacular submerged reef south of Hatta, which offers steep slopes surrounded by deep waters. Loads of Redtooth Triggerfish, alongside Fusiliers, Napoleon Wrasse and Hawksbill Turtles populate this long reef.



Hatta Blue Hole - This site is formed by a widespread hard coral shallow plateau, which extends away from the island to a majestic drop off.



Pohon Miring - Stunningly covered with colourful Soft corals and Gorgonian fans, a swim through will take you through a sheer wall covered in Leather corals. Numerous big Napoleon Wrasses inhabit the reef and Dogtooth tunas patrol the blue waters.



Batu Kapal - This island is named for its boat-like shape and is an exhilarating dive. The walls are decorated with vibrant Yellow Soft corals. Curtains of Redtooth Triggerfish, Pyramid Butterflyfish, Fusiliers and Surgeonfish merge into a multicolour fish soup.



Banda Jetty - Famous for the Mandarin fish that can be observed at sunset, which you can see just by looking from the jetty. In many places, these fishes are elusive, small and shy. Here, it's the opposite



Koon Island - Between the Ceram and Banda Seas lies Koon Island, an area that is projected to be the biggest coral fish breeding spot in eastern Indonesia.



Sanggala Bay-

Situated along the coast of the Fak Fak Province, Sanggala offers both great diving and breathtaking landscapes. Cool water from the Papuan's mountains flows through thick primary jungle to enter the turquoise waters of the Ceram Sea.



Mike's Mount - Hundreds of meters long, this seamount attracts large pelagics, such as Oceanic Manta Rays, Grey Reef Sharks and big Dogtooth Tunas.



Mikado - Years ago during a storm, a ship transporting tree trunks had to release its cargo to avoid running aground the shallow seamount in the center of the bay. As a result, dozens of these trunks are littered forming a huge "Mikado" structure on the grey sand.



South Aiduma & Dramai Islands

The strait between Aiduma and Papua is the heart of Triton Bay, where the nutrient rich current feeds some of the most diverse colourful Soft coral reefs in the whole of Indonesia. We will spend a whole diving in these waters, in (some of) the following dive spots:


7th Heaven - Undoubtedly a well-earned name, as the walls are entirely covered with Pastel and Purple coloured soft corals. When there is a current flowing, the corals are pumped with water which releases a fantastic purple carpet cover on the rocks.



Batu Jeruk - This site literally means 'orange rock' in Indonesian, which is not overstated. We will dive over a shallow rocky plateau and slope carpeted with Orange soft corals where Sweetlips, Snappers & Fusiliers hover.



Tim's Rock - Expect to see an array of boulders decorated with Green Black coral, a resting spot for Sweetlips, Snappers & Glassfishes.



La Ultima Frontera - Located on the outskirts of Triton Bay where the visibility is typically better, this small island is pierced by a large swim through near the surface. Mauwera & Pelican Bay



Triton Bay also offers spectacular sights above the surface that can be explored, including white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, mangroves, mushroom shaped island and even some Pelicans for the patient eyes.



Pintu Arus, Saruneus Island - In the channel between Aiduma & Papua, this small island offers beautiful remote diving spots. The area is known for three specific dive sites: Little Komodo, Larry's Heaven and Saruneus.



Little Komodo - Known as the penultimate dive site of Triton Bay, which boasts shallow boulders that are covered in colourful large Soft corals, this dive site is a true photographer's paradise.



Deeper down the slope, a large Black coral forest with large Gorgonian fans meets the sandy bottom. When the current hits the boulders, huge colonies of Orange Cup Orange extend their polyps to feed on the nutrients carried by the current. Wobbegong sharks, Spiny Lobsters and Pipefishes hide beneath large table corals.



Bitsyara Bay - Not far from Kaimana is this large shallow bay which contains Bagans (local fishing platforms). Whale sharks are regularly spotted in this area, as they love the smell of deceased fish from the fishing boats.

The following is a sample itinerary of dive sites we may visit during your liveaboard safari on board S/Y lndo Siren. Our Cruise Director and Diving Director, along with the Captain will take weather, tides, currents and many other factors into consideration to determine which route the yacht takes, and which sites are selected for diving. Whilst we attempt to ensure the number of dives we have scheduled is fulfilled; bad weather can hinder the yacht's ability to reach a specified dive site in good time. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations should we be unable to visit those sites listed below. We start our cruise exploring the world-famous muck and diverse reefs of Alor in the Savu Sea, then will cross towards Maumere through the Flores Sea.

Dive sites we visit may include but are not limited to:

Pantar Strait

The Pantar Strait is the second largest island in the Alor Archipelago, located 45 miles north from Timor. The area is known for both critter diving and thriving reef walls where larger pelagic species roam. Some stronger currents are to be expected, but these currents bring nutrients that feed the reef and other inhabitants of the strait; enough to support the numerous villages dotted about the islands. The dive sites in this location are very diverse and the optimum sites are chosen depending on the diving conditions on the day.

The French Man's Window - An incredible wall dive site situated in front of Alor's Divers Resort, which is covered in a vibrant array of soft corals. Look closely and you can find a wide variety of colourful nudibranchs. Swimming around, you can also spot a shark or two.

Pak Van's Village - Situated on the north of Pura Island, it is one of the most iconic sites within the Strait. It is a well-known critter hotspot, where divers can see Pegasus sea moths, dragonets, scorpion fish, ghost pipefish and Bargibanti seahorses.

Clown Valley - Hundreds, if not thousands, of anemones cover the shallow reef slope on the south side of Pulau Pure, all hosting the Clark's anemone fish. A spectacular site, but beware of some very chilly water, as there are thermoclines to be expected in these waters.

The Arch - Famous for its overhangs and fissures providing stunning topography, as well as a home to schooling fusiliers and colorful Anthias. The waters are also home to larger pelagic fish, including black tip reef sharks.

Mucky Mosque - An iconic dive nestled at the entrance of Kalabahi bay. A fantastic muck dive where the attentive eye can find Paddle-Flap & Frondosa's Rhinopias, Ornate, Robust and even Halimeda & Velvet Ghost Pipefish, Frogfish, Bobtail squids, Long-arm Octopus and sometimes even Wunderpus!

Pulau Lembata

Pulau Lembata is nestled midway between eastern Flores and Alor. The bay on the west coast of this island is home to great critter dive sites. We will spend a full day of diving and exploring some of these amazing sites:
Sizzler - This sandy slope is superb for critter dives and is a fairly unknown spot. It has proven to be a fantastic day dive, as well as a wonderful night dive. Marine life is hugely varied: from different species of frogfish to ornate ghost pipefish and majestic fingered dragonets.

The Jetty - Large currents sweep across the big ferry jetty and bring in lots of food for the underwater life. The slope and underwater structures under the jetty create a good habitat for lots of different kinds of nudibranchs, giant frogfish, ribbon eels and spiny devil fish. It's another one of these dives that you just don't want to end.

Rhino City - We will explore a very gentle sloping sandy bottom bursting with small soft corals. We will try to dive this site with slack tide, because currents can be quite challenging for this critter dive. Expect to find cuttlefish, Strapweed file fish, pipefish, and if you're lucky the illustrious Rhinopias.

Tanjung Gedong, Serbete & Adonara

Our last stop we will likely visit three extraordinary dive spots:
Tanjung Gedong - A brilliant dive site encompassing a hard-coral sloping reef wall and sandy areas dotted with coral bommies. The creatures we see here fall into the macro category with a variety of crustaceans, mollusks and benthic reef fish.

Serbete Wall - A shallow reef sloping down to a wall, which drops to approximately 30 meters. It is dotted with barrel sponges and elephant ear sponges. Along the wall there are many overhangs and crevices to explore. Bluefin trevallies can be seen hunting and batfish casually hang about. The shallow reef shows healthy corals and an abundance of smaller reef fish.

Magic Log/Adunara Reef - This reef features a shallow slope with large coral heads adorned with a myriad of feather stars which open in the nighttime to feed. It is also a fantastic spot for critter hunting with sightings of warty frogfish, ornate ghost pipefish, cuttlefish and octopus. Most of the dive is spent at a shallow 10 meters.

Vessel Details

Year Built / Refurbished 2011
Guest Numbers 16
Length & Width 40 metres long and 9.5 metre beam
Speed 8 to 10 knots
Engines Marinized Nissan RH-10 & Mitsubushi 6D-22
Generators 1 x 33Kva and 2 x 60Kva
Number of Cabins 8 fixed double or twin bed cabins each with air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, bathrobes, hair dryers and towels
Communication & Navigation Systems Automated life rafts, life jackets, fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, emergency long distance radio and satellite phones
Salon & Dining Area Spacious dining area with great settings to relax at the end of the day
Entertainment Shore excursions, snorkeling, kayaking, TV/DVD/CD player and a library full of books
Emergency Equipment Full supply of medical grade oxygen and DAN oxygen provider kits & medic first aid kit available on-board
Equipment Rental Torch & Dive Computer: 5 Euro per person per day
Air Compressors 2 x mch 13 and Nitrox Lp membrane
Equipment Rental Essential scuba diving equipment free of charge
Dive Deck Large dive deck with facilities for underwater photographers and videographers
Dive Computer Available to rent at 5 Euro per person per day

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1 Sep 2022
11 Sep 2022
8 Nights The Alor Archipelago £4360
25 Sep 2022
7 Oct 2022
10 Nights Eastern Banda Sea £5232
26 Aug 2023
5 Sep 2023
8 Nights The Alor Archipelago £4440
19 Sep 2023
1 Oct 2023
10 Nights Eastern Banda Sea £5328
26 Oct 2023
7 Nov 2023
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5328
29 Jan 2024
10 Feb 2024
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5472
11 Feb 2024
23 Feb 2024
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5472
16 Apr 2024
29 Apr 2024
11 Nights The Spice Islands £5928
3 Sep 2024
13 Sep 2024
8 Nights The Alor Archipelago £4560
27 Sep 2024
9 Oct 2024
10 Nights Eastern Banda Sea £5472
3 Nov 2024
15 Nov 2024
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5472
9 Feb 2025
21 Feb 2025
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5616
22 Feb 2025
6 Mar 2025
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5616
6 Apr 2025
19 Apr 2025
11 Nights The Spice Islands £6084
20 Apr 2025
30 Apr 2025
8 Nights The Alor Archipelago £4680
7 Sep 2025
17 Sep 2025
8 Nights The Alor Archipelago £4680
1 Oct 2025
13 Oct 2025
10 Nights Eastern Banda Sea £5616
7 Nov 2025
19 Nov 2025
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5616
20 Nov 2025
2 Dec 2025
10 Nights Halmahera & Northern Moluccas £5616