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Indonesian Siren

Indonesian Siren


The 40 meter S/Y Indo Siren luxury liveaboard, launched in April 2011. The cabins are either fixed double or twin bed, however they offer flexibility with 2 cabins which can be converted from twin to double to suit the needs of our guests. The outdoor dining area is very comfortable offering a great setting for all your meals. The dive deck is perhaps the most spacious and comfortable you would have experienced. Offering designated areas for charging and preparation of your camera and video equipment, the S/Y Indo Siren truly sets out to be the pros choice for underwater photography and videography.

Built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, and like our other liveaboard yachts, the S/Y Indo Siren is a traditional “gaft rigged Phinisi” handcrafted from ironwood and teak. You will find no other dive liveaboard as beautiful in Indonesian waters, and being that she was built by divers for divers you can rest assured every need has been thought of and is being implemented.

Aboard the S/Y Indo Siren we shall welcome up to 16 divers on each trip. This ensures abundant space for all guests.

General Information


Diving in Indonesia is so varied and there is plenty to appeal to even the most seasoned diver, from muck diving and the fast paced currents around Komodo to the soft corals and colourful fish dives in Raja Ampat or discover new sites in off shore islands of the Banda sea.

Indonesian Siren
Indonesian Siren
Indonesian Siren
Indonesian Siren
Indonesian Siren

Scuba Highlights


With over 17,000 islands Indonesia is the World’s second largest archipelago state and with over 80,000km of coastline, the country offers divers the opportunity to delight in a fantastic array of marine life. Indonesia is home to 15% of the World’s coral reefs and has over 4000 recorded different fish & invertebrate species – with many more yet to be identified.

Location


Indonesia has several International airports and the one you choose will be dependent on your liveboard cruise itinerary. The most common points of entry are Bali and Jakarta.