Raja Ampat Aggressor Liveaboard

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The stunning Raja Ampat Aggressor is a 30 meter liveaboard yacht offering exceptional diving cruises in Indonesia. Taking scuba divers to beautiful locations including the Banda Sea, Raja Ampat, Triton Bay, and Cenderawasih Bay, the Raja Ampat Aggressor offers divers the ability to dive in some of the best spots in stunning turquoise waters. This deluxe diving cruise vessel can accommodate as many as sixteen guests at one time, providing them with eight luxurious private suites, each complete with its own air conditioning, lots of storage room for personal belongings, and an en-suite bathroom.

Raja Ampat Aggressor

The Raja Ampat Aggressor Liveaboard

If you want to truly explore the beautiful waters of Indonesia, the Raja Ampat Aggressor is an exceptional option. With a friendly crew, an executive chef to prepare tasty meals daily, all the space you could ask for to relax in, and an entertainment suite, this liveaboard has it all. Enjoy the spacious dive deck and get in to explore everything these waters, full of biodiversity, have to offer.

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Have close encounters with thousands of types of fish, come face to face with sea turtles and manta rays, explore beautiful coral reefs, and dive around stunning vertical walls. The Raja Ampat offers truly unforgettable diving holidays in Indonesia, trust this vessel for a breathtaking diving holiday.


The Raja Ampat Aggressor is a very popular liveaboard option and can cater for up to 16 guests. With its 8 en-suite cabins that feature air-conditioning and ample storage space, guests will be more than comfortable whilst sailing on the Raja Ampat Aggressor. Each room either offers portholes or large picture windows with stunning views. For added entertainment, each cabin has a TV with media options.

There are 5 twin staterooms, 1 master stateroom and 2 deluxe staterooms available:

5 Twin staterooms: (Cabins 1, 2, 6, 7, 8)

Each of the twin staterooms is 8 x 10 feet and is equipped with 2 bunk bed style beds, one of which is 38×82” and the other is 35×78”. As with all the cabins, the twin staterooms are en-suite. Cabins 1 and 2 have a porthole whilst cabins 6, 7 and 8 have picture windows.

2 Deluxe Stateroom (Cabins 3 & 4)

Each of the deluxe staterooms has a queen bed with a twin bed above it, the dimensions of which are 60×78” and 35×78” respectively. As with all cabins on the Raja Ampat Aggressor, these deluxe staterooms are individually air-conditioned and boast private, spacious bathroom facilities. There are also large picture windows in the room and personal entertainment options.

1 Master Stateroom (Cabin 5)

Cabin 5 features a spacious queen bed that measures 60×78”. The room has en-suite bathroom facilities and picture windows and is suitably spacious at 8×10 feet.

Duane, Denmark September 18, 2017

With this being my first liveaboard experience in Indonesia, I’m pleased with my choice of the Raja Ampat Aggressor as it was a fabulous trip.

The group of other passengers on board were friendly and welcoming, and the crew did a great job of making all ship-time enjoyable. Of course the time spent underwater was great too – the guides were knowledgeable and always got us to the best spots before other boats.

I really liked the option we had of choosing local food for our meals, this was a nice touch that allowed me to sample some of what Indonesia has to offer. The other meals offered were more Western-style and these were also delicious, so it was a nice mix of both.

Recommended for: Phenomenal diving and great on-board meals


Jessica, United Kingdom September 18, 2017

The entire experience on board the Raja Ampat Aggressor was made even better by the fantastic crew members on board. Nothing was ever too much trouble for them and they really went above and beyond for us guests.

In terms of diving, I have never seen such beautiful coral gardens as I saw in Indonesia this September, and I would highly recommend this trip that begins in Sorong and ends back in Sorong.

Recommended for: Great, friendly dive guides and a happy-go-lucky crew


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