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Finding the perfect Liveaboard in Komodo


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The paradise islands: Indonesia, is offering you world class diving. If you're planning a dive trip to Indonesia, then a liveaboard in Komodo is the perfect choice.


We'll help you find the perfect Komodo Liveaboard trip, that suits your needs:

It's difficult to choose wich liveaboard that will suit your needs and how to find the best price on that boat.

So we've gathered the best boats and made it possible to compare prices across all the different booking platforms. This way, you'll get the best boat for your needs at the best price.

Start by sorting the boats after your budget, and find a liveaboard that fits your budget and your needs:

Sort the liveaboards based on your needs

We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the La Unua :

Average price is US$ 198 per day

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Year built:2018
Max divers6
InternetYes (free)
NitroxNo
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

A perfectly designed hand-built masterpiece – La Unua was presented to the Indonesian sea in 2017. It is handcrafted by the most popular carpenters of Tanah Beru, Sulawesi. It is designed traditionally with a modern styling giving a perfect fusion of Indonesian design with western facilities. The liveaboard is perfect for an intimate dive safari vacation. It swags to offers an expert team providing you all the facilities along with the fun-filled diving, snorkeling, beach excursions and much more. You can explore the beauty of natural landscapes, large pelagic, a variety of corals, pristine reefs and the rare Komodo dragons. The dive site of Komodo has much more to offer. Let the adventure begin!

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Tiger Blue :

Average price is US$ 490 per day

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Year built:2008
Max divers14
InternetNo
NitroxYes (free)
Rental equip.Yes (free)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

The ultimate liveaboard was launched in 2008 by PT Tiger Blue fleet. It is a modish schooner designed in traditional Indonesian style. Tiger Blue is handcrafted from teakwood and is ideal for a small group of friends or family. It offers the best diving destinations in the Indonesian Sea including Raja Ampat and Komodo as its main itinerary. Raja Ampat is famous for the diversified marine life and holds a world record for the largest number of species visible during a dive. You can explore thousands of fish breeds, sharks, manta rays, turtles and dolphins. The presence of Komodo dragons has made UNESCO declare Komodo National Park as a world heritage site.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Gaia Love :

Average price is US$ 419 per day

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Year built:2017
Max divers28
InternetYes ($)
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

With nothing but pure exquisite beauty, the Gaia Love liveaboard is a modern 40 meters steel vessel built with a touch of high quality in Batam, Indonesia. Designed for a luxurious experience, Gaia Love can accommodate up to 20 guests in 11 spacious ensuite rooms, approximately 20 sqm each. Each private room has its own air-conditioning and ensuite bathrooms with hot water and the upper deck rooms feature an additional private outdoor balcony. Gaia Love, with its modern contemporary form, offers 4 decks — lower, upper, main and sundeck. Each deck offers a unique feature for entertainment, dining area, and photography stations all built to provide comfort to every diver aboard.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Damai I :

Average price is US$ 503 per day

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Year built:2009
Max divers12
InternetNo
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Damai I gives its guests a luxury experience while traversing itineraries within the Coral Triangle. Sailing the Indonesian seas with focus on the best diving sites, this vessel sets itself apart from other luxury liveaboards anchored on its many years of sailing experience. The luxury resides not only on the top notch services offered by its crew, but also on the unparalleled exploration of an amazing seascape – one that is very rich in marine biodiversity including 3000 different species of fishes along with about 600 species of vibrant corals serving as natural habitats of more sea creatures like mollusks, cnidarians, and coelenterates.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Ratu Laut :

Average price is US$ 237 per day

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Year built:2016
Max divers11
InternetNo
NitroxNo
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconNo

A modern liveaboard that cruises the Indonesian waters mainly for research trips in partnership with the Barefoot Conservation NGO. The RatuLaut takes both adventurous and research-driven divers to magnificent scuba diving sites where they are introduced to manta rays, the vast array of marine fauna, and the opportunity for coral reef checks and to study the various effects of climate change on marine animals. Its name,which translates to Queen of the Sea traverses its routes all year round. The 30m long vessel accommodates 12 guests and takes them to unforgettable sea travels on a top speed of 8 knots.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Ilike :

Average price is US$ 261 per day

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Year built:2017
Max divers14
InternetNo
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Cruising since 2010, Iike takes you to the best diving destinations of Indonesia such as the Komodo, Alor, Maluku, Forgotten Islands, Banda Sea,Triton Bay, and Raja Ampat. These sites are well-known in the diving world due to the bounty of marine life and corals that thrive in their waters. Stunning seascapes and the view underneath are amazing and spectacular. Close encounters with a wide array of marine species combined with a breathtaking underwater view results in the best possible cruising memories that a liveaboard sea travel can offer. Whichever route is chosen by guests when booking, only an exceptional diving holiday should be expected.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Manta Mae :

Average price is US$ 291 per day

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Year built:2014
Max divers9
InternetYes ($)
NitroxYes (free)
Rental equip.Yes (free)
Camera stationNo
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Anchored on the great Indonesian land, the Manta Mae provides a uniqueliveaboard opportunity for guests to experience the beauty of the archipelago in its finest. Being on this liveaboard not only gives unique diving experiences but also access to the spectacular wonders of the archipelagic nation’s deserted beaches, remote tribal villages, and sites of the historic spice trades. For those who just love marine life, there are plenty of opportunities to interact with MolaMolas, mantas, vibrant corals, and even the celebrated but venomous Komodo Dragon. Other activities to enjoy include kayaking, snorkeling, and enjoying sunsets on astonishing remote islands of Indonesia.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Aurora :

Average price is US$ 315 per day

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Year built:2010
Max divers16
InternetNo
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Aurora is a beautifully made traditional yacht that offers great comfort. Its crew prides themselves on the experience of exploring remote areas like North Sulawesi and Komodo. As part of the crew, there are marine biologists that are always ready to share some professional guidance. The Aurora has 8 comfortable cabins for 16 guests in total. The lounge and dining areas are equipped with a kitchen and bar, while the open-air seating area has tables, where you can enjoy a drink or play games. The latest safety and technology features can be found onboard, including a satellite phone that can help you download some emails on the onboard computer.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Raja Ampat Aggressor :

Average price is US$ 214 per day

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Year built:2015
Max divers17
InternetYes (free)
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Raja Ampat Aggressor is a modern and high quality vessel regarded by many diver aficionados as one that takes you to an incredible journey off the Indonesian waters to witness its abundant marine life. It is a 30m vessel that is specially designed to offer safe sailing without compromising comfort and efficiency. It perfectly brings divers from one wonderful site to another breath-taking underwater view. Four main areas of its sail are Rajah Ampat, Cenderawasih Bay, Banda Sea and Triton Bay from where you can have close encounters with around 600 types of living corals, 1500 species of fishes, and over 600 kinds of shelled creatures known as mollusks.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Bidadari :

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Year built:2015
Max divers14
InternetNo
NitroxYes (free)
Rental equip.Yes (free)
Camera stationNo
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Bidadari is an excellent example of a traditional wooden phinisi schooner and we invite you to share her character and charm. Bidadari offer cruises to Bali, The Gillis, Lombok, Banda Islands, Satonda Island, Komodo, Flores to Ambon and Raja Ampat.

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