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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 MV Mermaid II :

Average price is US$ 314 per day and it's rated:

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Year built:2016
Max divers18
InternetYes (free)
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

The luxurious, 32m M/V Mermaid II (Mermaid 2) liveaboard offers 8 spacious cabins featuring individual climate control, large wardrobe, storage and en-suite bathroom. There is also a budget cabin below deck, with climate control and a shared bathroom. The MV Mermaid II has an inviting salon with tv and video on demand and two decks, all with comfortable, stylish seating, perfect for relaxing after an adventurous day of scuba diving.

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

Average price is US$ 275 per day and it's rated:

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Year built:2014
Max divers10
InternetNo
NitroxNo
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

The beautiful 30m Calico Jack Liveaboard, Indonesia, is a traditional hand-made Indonesian sailing boat. Newly built from the finest tropical hardwoods to the highest standards, the Calico Jack Liveaboard effortlessly blends the best of traditional furnishings with modern amenities and safety features. With 4 luxury en-suite air-conditioned cabins, a large galley and salon, a beautiful outside dining area, camera and photography stations with special storage for underwater camera set-ups.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Jaya – Scuba Republic :

Average price is US$ 172 per day and it's rated:

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

The Jaya Phinisi Indonesia offers 6-night trips to Raja Ampat from July-April. Itineraries visit some of the best areas in Raja Ampat, including Arborek Island, Penemu, Kawe, Gam and Mioskon with the chance of up to 4 dives per day. Dive groups are kept small – max 4:1, to ensure everyone gets the best out of their Raja Ampat liveaboard.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the Sea Safari VII :

Average price is US$ 320 per day and it's rated:

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Year built:2015
Max divers28
InternetNo
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

The elegant Sea Safari VII has 14 cabins, with up to 28 guests per small ship cruise. All cabins have a private bathroom with complimentary toiletries, air conditioning, and attractive wooden furnishings. Double and twin beds are available. Common areas include an indoor lounge with air conditioning, an outdoor dining area, and a sun deck.

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

Average price is US$ 385 per day and it's rated:

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Year built:2014
Max divers22
InternetYes (free)
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Designed to withstand all sea conditions the Blue Manta Liveaboard will deliver a comfortable Indonesian dive liveaboard trip. The Blue Manta provides Divers with the opportunity to see the World’s most pristine coral reefs at dive sites in Raja Ampat, the Banda Islands, Komodo and Sulawesi.

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

Average price is US$ 303 per day and it's rated:

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Year built:2016
Max divers15
InternetYes (free)
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

The luxurious, 28m M/V Mermaid I Indonesia offers 8 spacious cabins featuring individual flatscreen TV & DVD player, climate control, bathrobes, storage and en-suite bathroom. There is an inviting salon with tv and video on demand and two decks, all with comfortable, stylish seating perfect for relaxing after an adventurous day of scuba diving.

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

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

The Ratu Laut phinisi offers year-round diving in Indonesia. At 30m long she caters to just 12 guests. There are 2 large quad cabins and 2 smaller twin cabins. All cabins feature AC, fresh towels and linen. It takes adventurous Divers cruising through spectacular scuba diving paradises and in partnership with Barefoot Conservation give the opportunity to take part on specifically tailored manta ray trips in Raja Ampat.

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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 and it's rated:

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

The beautiful Ilike Indonesia is a traditional phinisi offering year-round trips in the stunning Indonesian archipelago. Itineraries cover dive areas such as Raja Ampat, East Flores, the Forgotten Islands, Alor, Triton Bay and Komodo National Park, and vary from short 5-night trips to longer 13-night trips.

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We've done all the work for you and found the best prices on the KLM Mastro Aldo :

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Year built:2012
Max divers10
InternetYes (free)
NitroxNo
Rental equip.Yes (free)
Camera stationNo
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Mastro Aldo is a European owner-operated liveaboard providing 3 Night and 6 Night Scuba Diving Tours in Komodo. At 22 metres, the ironwood-built Mastro Aldo is one of the smaller liveaboards visiting the Komodo National Park. However, what it lacks in size it makes up for in stability. It is one of the few catamarans visiting the 40 plus Dive Sites in the park and is a great option for the budget-conscious and those short on time.

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

Average price is US$ 366 per day and it's rated:

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Year built:2009
Max divers8
InternetNo
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

The magnificent 39m Dutch Schooner, M/V Adelaar, offers once in a lifetime luxury liveaboard diving charters to Komodo National Park, Indonesia. The beautifully crafted Adelaar Indonesia is filled with rich teak paneling, high ceilings, and a lavish salon and dining room. Adelaar offers guests a beautiful master suite and three superb staterooms.

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