SY Indo Siren is a 40m long Phinisi crafted from ironwood and teak on the island of Sulawesi. Completed in 2011, this purpose-built West Papua liveaboard operates year round diving tours in Raja Ampat and between May and October can be seen cruising around the rich waters of the Komodo National Park.
Although this is a large boat with spacious cabins and plenty of relaxation space there is a maximum of 16 guests on each trip. With 12 staff on board that means plenty of personal service. Cabins are double or twin and all located on the lower deck. They are all air-conditioned and well appointed complete with TVs and networked computers. Private en-suite bathrooms come complete with fluffy bathrobes. You can also avail of the laundry service, massage service and on board boutique.
Some of the features that set the Indo Siren dive safaris apart include free scuba equipment set, free nitrox, free beer and a computer and DVD player in each cabin. Keen to be considered the top choice for underwater photography and videography, there are designated areas for charging cameras and video equipment as well as separate rinse tanks and camera table on the dive deck.
Whether taking photos or scuba diving purely for pleasure, SY Indo Siren delivers the experience of a high quality Raja Ampat liveaboard tour in West Papua Province that will live long in the memory.
We have a great discount at the moment. For more details please check Siren Fleet Special Offers. Offer expires: 30 Sep 2015
Cruise price per person includes: Cabin accommodation with air-conditioning, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, drinking water, soft drinks, hot drinks, beer, transfers to the boat from airport or hotels, dives (as detailed in the trips above), experienced English-speaking divemaster(s), tanks, weights and weightbelts, nitrox fills for enriched air certified divers (if available), scuba equipment.
Cruise price per person excludes (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Dive insurance, Raja Ampat port and park fees US$ 88 per person per tour, Komodo port and park fees US$ 71 per person per trip. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival (cash or credit card).
Optional extras: Alcoholic drinks, torches, dive computers. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival. On board payments can only be made in cash.
How to get there: Raja Ampat: Indo Siren's liveaboard tours depart from Sorong. Daily flights are available to Sorong from Jakarta or Singapore. Komodo: Indo Siren departs from Bima. Domestic flights from Bali to Bima take approx. 1 hour, return flights are arranged by the operator at an extra charge. There is a minibus transfer service between the boat and airport in Bima. A 1 night stay in Bali is mandatory before, and recommended after the safari. For more information see our travel information section. The last dive of the trip will be at around 12.00pm on the second last day of the trip. Please wait at least 18 hours before flying after diving.
Non-diver rate: There is no discount. Non-divers will receive one free massage per day (except on first and last day) and one bottle of wine (to be consumed on the trip).
Single supplement (if you do not want to share accommodation): This is optional - single travellers may choose to share a cabin or pay a supplement of 100% of the published price. In addition you receive a complimentary massage and one bottle of wine (to be consumed on the tour). Marine park, port fees, taxes and any fuel surcharge will be paid by the operator.
Dive clubs and group discounts: Pay for 7 places and receive 1 extra space free of charge. See whole boat charter rate below, equivalent to pay for 14 spaces and receive 2 extra spaces free of charge.
Whole boat charter rate (per night): Komodo - US$ 2,848. Komodo to Flores - US$ 3,505. Raja Ampat - US$ 2,848. Raja Ampat North - US$ 2,081.
Complimentary enriched air nitrox - 2 motorised dinghies - Dive platform with hot water showers, toilets, camera table and rinse tanks - Air-conditioned saloon with bar, TV, DVD video & music - Movie and book library, fish ID books, diving magazines and games - Open air social and dining area - Sundeck with sun chairs - Massage service - Laundry service - Boutique - Sea canoe - Water dispenser
Meals are enjoyed in an open air dining area on the main deck against the ever changing backdrop of the Raja Ampat archipelago. Each day you can enjoy a pre-breakfast before the first dive, with main meals following dives 1, 2 and 4. Snacks such as brownies and banana fritters are available during the day. The menu is best described as a blend of international and Asian cuisine.
Asian and international meals; 4 different dishes per sitting.
Buffet style dining with waitress help in the main deck open-air dining area.
Pre-breakfast, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks in between.
Coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer, fruit, water, snacks and biscuits are provided free of charge.
Wine and spirits are available for purchase.
All dietary needs can be catered for - please advise us of special requirements in advance.
The dining service begins with dinner and snacks on the first evening of the cruise.
"It was a remarkable tour with Indo Siren with a real outstanding crew performance. No one to be blamed for being not perfectly polite, motivated and helpful. The dive guides were at all times always informative and highest professional. So many thanks to you for helping us to book this trip and to the marvelous staff on Indo Siren." - Christian Lechner, Germany ...
"Beautiful boat, skilled and friendly cruise directors. All other staff were good natured and always willing to be of help." - Susan Podolske, USA ...
"Facilities and staff were excellent. Rental equipment was as expected, generally in good condition and working (had to change regulator to get a good one)." - Miika Turkia, Finland ...