Indo Aggressor

  • Nitrox
  • PADI
  • Camera Station
  • Charging Station

The Indo Aggressor is a 37m twin-masted wooden sailing yacht built in the Pinisi style. Built and powered for comfort, safety and stability, she cruises Bali and the Komodo National Park year round. The Indo Aggressor sleeps 16 guests in 2 deluxe staterooms with queen bed, 2 master staterooms with two single beds or one asian king bed, and 4 twin staterooms with two twin bunk beds (European style).


  • 1 Master Stateroom

    There are 2 Master cabins on the upper deck with two singles (35”x78”) or one Asian King (70” x 78”) with Private Facilities, Picture Window, Mirrored Wardrobe, Bathrobes, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Fresh Towels Daily, Independent AC Units.

  • 2 Deluxe Stateroom

    There are 2 Deluxe double bed cabins on the lower deck with Queen Bed, Private Facilities, Porthole View, Mirrored Wardrobe, Bathrobes, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Fresh Towels Daily, Independent AC Units.

  • 3 Twin Stateroom

    There are 4 standard twin bunk bed cabins on the lower deck with Two Twin Bunk Beds (European size), Private Facilities, Porthole View, Mirrored Wardrobe, Bathrobes, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Fresh Towels Daily, Independent AC Units.


The menu onboard is varied and plentiful, with a variety of American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. You will awaken to fresh fruits, hot entrees, cereals and juices. Lunches are buffet-style, featuring hot soups, homemade breads, salads and sandwiches and/or entrees. Chef prepared dinners are seated and served each evening including: salads, vegetables, seafood, beef or chicken with a fresh homemade dessert. Beverages selection includes fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of local beer and wine (one glass of wine is served with dinner), which are complimentary.
Vegetarian and Special dietary menu available on request.


The yacht offers three to four dives per day depending on itinerary (2 on the last day) including night dives. All dives will be made from two dive tenders.
Any time of the year this area of Indonesia offers good diving. Visibility may vary from season to season but 10 to 30 meters (35 to 100 ft.) can be expected at most dive sites. Water temperatures can vary greatly within the park ranging from a low of 72F (22C) in the south to a high of 84F (29C) in the northern region. A 3-5mm wetsuit with hood is recommended year round.

  • Nitrox 7 Nights Trip 100$
  • Nitrox 10 Nights Trip 150$

Dive Courses

Prices shown are for instruction only and are payable once onboard and the course is confirmed with the instructor.  Add $35 for SSI Certification Card processing which includes electronic course materials delivered via the SSI app.  Certification issued from other agencies (PADI, etc.) incur a processing fee starting at $35 depending on the course. Students must provide proof to their onboard instructor that they have their own personal copy of the required textbook and course materials or purchase them from their instructor prior to exiting the course.

  • Introduction to Scuba 150$
  • Open Water Diver 300$
  • SC Diver Stress & Rescue 200$
  • Advanced Open Water
  • SC Underwater Photoghraphy 150$
  • SC Deep Diving 150$
  • SC Wreck Diving 150$
  • SC Night & limited Visibility 150$
  • SC Perfect Buoyancy 150$
  • SC Navigation 150$
  • SC Drift DIver 150$
  • SC Boat Diving 150$
  • Nitrox 150$

Equipment Rental For 7 Night Cruise

Full Set of Rental Gear (includes BC, Regulator, Computer, Night Dive Light, Mask, Fins, Snorkel)
Scuba Package (includes BC, Regulator, Computer)
Rental equipment is based on availability. To assure availability of equipment please reserve in advance. All dive and photo equipment rentals are paid onboard the yacht.

  • Full set 175$
  • Scuba Package 150$
  • Regulator 60$
  • BCD 60$
  • Dive Computer 60$
  • Mask/Fins/Snorkel Package 50$
  • Wetsuit 50$
  • Torch per dive 8$
  • Nautilus Lifeline 25$

Equipment Rental For 10 Night Cruise

  • Full set 260$
  • Scuba Package 225$
  • Regulator 90$
  • BCD 90$
  • Dive Computer 90$
  • Mask/Fins/Snorkel Package 75$
  • Wetsuit 70$
  • Torch per dive 8$
  • Nautilus Lifeline 25$


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Air Conditioned Saloon
  • Sun Deck
  • Shaded Deck Area
  • Dive Deck
  • Camera Room
  • Camera Station
  • Charging Station
  • Library


  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Laundry Service
  • Audio & Video Entertainment
  • Land Tours


The Indo Aggressor offering year round diving cruises to Komodo National Park, Forgotten Islands and Wakatobi.

Boat Features & Safety Equipment

Length 38 meter
Beam 9 meter
Cruising speed 8 knots
Top speed 10 knots
Engines x 450 HP Mitsubishi engine
Generators x generators - Mitsubishi 63 KVA & 50 KVA
Maximum guests 16
Number of cabins 8
Crew 14
Satellite Phone Yes
Safety Equipment life rafts, life jackets, lifebuoys, fire alarm, fire extinguisher, search lights, oxygen
Communication VHF radio, Long Range Single Side Band Radio
Navigation Radar, Magnetic Compass, Depth sounder, GPS
Tenders 2 x 6m Motorised 40 HP fibreglass dinghies

Cruise Price Includes

Accommodation & diving
Meals, snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
Local beer & wine with dinner
Compressed air, tanks, weights & weight belts
Airport transfers

Cruise Price Excludes

Restaurant meal on final evening
Dive insurance
Equopment rental
Komodo National Park fees US$ 150
Forgotten Islands US$ 180
Wakatobi US$ 180
Fuel surcharge (subject to change)
Rental dive equipment


    The 7, 10 and 11 night cruises feature enhanced itineraries that allows guests more time diving and more time in the signature areas. - Komodo National Park/Deep South (7 and/or 10 nights) - Wakatobi (10 nights) - Forgotten Islands (11 nights) The Indo Aggressor offers different itineraries to 6 different areas with each departing from a different island/port. It is important to know which itinerary you have chosen and the embark/disembark locations. Guests are encouraged to arrive at least one day prior to the charter start date regardless of the trip you are on. Water temperatures can vary greatly within the areas ranging from a low of 72F (22C) in the south to a high of 84F (29C) in the northern region. The Indo Aggressor aims to return to port on the evening prior to disembarkation. Final disembarkation will occur between 8:00 am –1:00 pm at the end of the charter. Be sure to remember the suggested 24-hour no-fly rule when planning your departure. The Indo Aggressor has chosen the best time of year to be in the different areas.

  • Where is Komodo National Park, Wakatobi & the Forgotten Islands?

    Komodo National Park: The Komodo National Park is part of the Republic of Indonesia and is located 8 to 9 degrees south of the equator between Java on the West and Lombok and the rest of the Lesser Sunda Islands (Sumbawa, Flores, Sumba and Timor) on the East. Komodo National Park is a World Heritage Site and one of the 7 New Wonders of the World. The Indonesian archipelago is spread over three time zones. Central Indonesia Standard Time covers East and South Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, and is 8 hours ahead of GMT.

    Wakatobi National Park: is located southeast of Sulawesi between the Banda Sea to the northeast and the Flores Sea to the southwest. It consists of four larger islands: WangiWangi, Kaledupa, Tomia and Binongko, as well as many small islands such as Tokobao, North Lintea, South Lintea, Kampenaune, Hoga and Tolandono. The water depth varies, with the deepest parts reaching 3425 feet.
    The Wakatobi National Park is the third largest marine park in Indonesia. Legendary underwater explorer, Jacques Cousteau called the Wakatobi islands – then known as the Tukangbesi islands an “Underwater Nirvana”. Now a national marine park covering the entire Wakatobi District, 900,000 hectares are decorated with different, colorful species of tropical coral reefs. Wakatobi is widely recognized as having the highest number of reef and fish species in the world. The islands are also famous as the largest barrier reef in Indonesia, second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia with large and small fish species, including dolphin, turtles and whales. The island group comprises 143 larger and smaller islands where only 7 are inhabited.

    The Forgotten Islands: are part of Indonesia’s south Maluku province, a region located at the extreme south eastern boundary of the country and less than 200 nautical miles from the northern tip of Australia. These cruises concentrate on the most unexplored regions of the country and will start or finish in either Maumere, on the north coastline of east Flores or at Saumlaki on Jamdena, the largest island of the Tanimbar group. These itineraries will give guests the opportunity to dive some of the fabulous sites of East Nusa Tenggara around Lembata, Pantar and Alor during the cruise as well as exploring the fascinating reefs, walls and topside scenery of the islands further east, the mysterious and rarely visited Forgotten Islands.