Indo SirenKomodo liveaboard
The S/Y Indo Siren is part of the beautiful Siren Fleet of wooden diving yachts that have been designed with divers in mind. Built in 2011, the S/Y Indo Siren is 40m long and consists of 8 twin, well appointed cabins taking 16 divers in total.
During the Komodo season (June – September) the S/Y Indo Siren runs 7 and 10 night trips in the Komodo National Park. This unique area is home to more than 1,000 species of fish, 385 species of reef building corals, 70 species of sponges, 10 dolphin species, 6 whale species, giant sea turtles, dugongs, and various species of sharks and rays, you have the chance to encounter the ancient Komodo dragons, the world’s largest flesh eating lizard.
Guests can enjoy a meal in the open air at the rear of the boat, relax in the air conditioned saloon area, sun bath on the top deck or even get a relaxing massage from the resident masseuse!
The spacious dive deck is at the rear of the boat and each diver has their own dive stations and personal storage drawers as well as camera stations onboard.
All in all the S/Y Indo Siren is a firm favourite in the office with both Chris and Kim having been to Komodo on 7 and 10 night trips. The boat is beautifully crafted and with the added bonus of free hire equipment and Nitrox.
Flight time to Bali (DPS) from the UK is approximately 16.5 hours, via a transit through Singapore with Singapore Airlines, Dubai with Emirates or Kuala Lumpur with Malaysian Airlines.
A minimum stay of one stay in Bali is required prior to your domestic flight to meet the liveaboard. Flight time from Denpasar to Labuan Bajo (LBJ) is approximately 1 hour 10 minutes. Upon arrival at Labuan Bajo Airport, once you have claimed your luggage, a member of the Indo Siren crew will be waiting for you to transfer you to the boat. Scheduled departure is at 1300.
Guide price: 7 nights from £3000 per person and 10 nights from £3925 per person*
Includes: Full board accommodation in a twin/double lower deck cabin, unlimited tea, coffee, water, local beer, diving and use of tank & weights, nitrox (for those qualified) and equipment hire.
Excludes: International flights, domestic flights, transfers and National Park fees
*Price shown is for guide purposes only and is based on low season travel for twin/double share accommodation. Please contact us for a confirmed cost based on your preferred duration and time of travel.
Indonesia is vast and varied, with stunning scenery and superb diving. Visit our Indonesia section for an introduction on where to go throughout this country, including Bali, Manado (Lembeh Strait and the Bunaken Islands), Raja Ampat and Komodo National Park.
Accommodation & Facilities
The Indo Siren has 8 beautiful cabins, each with plenty of space, individual air conditioning, ensuite bathroom, media centre, porthole and plenty of storage space. All of the cabins are located in the lower deck with the 2 Premium Double Cabins are at the bow of the boat.
Between dives you can make the most of the spacious air-conditioned saloon on the main deck with TV and media player, stereo, books, magazines and games. There are also large camera tables for those wishing to work on cameras and housings before their next dive.
On the top deck, there is a partially covered sundeck complete with loungers and deck chairs, where you can enjoy your morning coffee or an evening cocktail!
Meals are a varied choice of Western and Indonesian cuisine served around the stern of the boat at the al fresco dining table. Snacks, fruit juices, soft drinks, tea, coffee and local beer are also complimentary throughout your stay on board.
The spacious, shaded dive deck is well equipped with personal dive stations and staff ready to help you with tanks and equipment. There are also wash tanks and showers with fresh towels at the back.
The Indo Siren offers 3 to 4 dives per diving day and all diving is from the two dive tenders.
Nitrox fills are available for Nitrox certified divers at no extra cost.
The Indo Siren offers 2 different itineraries (7 and 10 nights) based on the best time of the year to visit.
Indonesia by region
Rich culture, stunning mountain rice terraces and excellent shore diving
Komodo National Park
Critters, wall diving, mantas - and dragons!
Jungle covered islands, hidden lagoons and idyllic white sandy beaches
Reef walls of the Bunaken Islands and secret critters of Lembeh Strait
Ready for your next adventure?
Great Escapes Diving Holidays Ltd
Office hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10.00am - 12.00pm
Tel: 01473 921888