Save 17% on Indo Aggressor

22nd September 2016   |   Sandro Lonardi

Indonesia is the type of liveaboard destination everyone is talking about. It’s got wrecks, reefs and plentiful marine life in a gorgeous Equatorial setting. Diviac is here to help you save on this trip of a lifetime. Book soon and receive significant savings from these two deals.

From now until October 15, 2016, book the Indo Aggressor for travel on April 18th and May 2nd, 2017 to receive 17% off!

The May 2nd departure included in this deal explores Komodo National Park. However, the April 18th departure features the new "Forgotten Islands" itinerary, which sails to the Kai Islands and the Tanimbar Islands. Whichever destination you choose, you’re sure to fall in love with diving in Indonesia. Book before this special deal is sold out!

Keep in mind, there is still time to book the Dive the World weeks on the Indo Aggressor. These departures give you a savings of 25%.

Indo Aggressor

The Indo Aggressor is 124 feet (37.7952m) long and 26 feet (7.9248m) wide. Its diving activities are plentiful: Guided dives, manta diving and snorkeling. To ensure your dive safari holiday becomes a memorable experience, every aspect of Indo Aggressor's design, itinerary and menu have received detailed attention. The diving, the leisure activities and the luxury and comfort found aboard the Indo Aggressor easily compare to those of any hotel on land.

The vessel is a traditional wooden boat, set to explore the majestic underwater world of Eastern Indonesia. The Indo Aggressor's schedules were set so its destinations can be explored under the best conditions. Moreover, it differentiates itself from other liveaboards by providing the best in personalized accommodation, services and facilities.

The boat has 3 types of cabins: master staterooms, deluxe staterooms and twin staterooms. The ship is outfitted with air-conditioning. For entertainment and activities apart from great diving, the Indo Aggressor offers fishing, movies, a library and a stereo.

Indonesia

Indonesia consists of 13,466 islands between Southeast Asia and Australia. With 25% of the world’s species of fish, and 15% of its coral, this beautiful country is a must for any passionate diver.

Indonesia has some of the most beautiful dive spots in the world, and it would be impossible to visit all of these locations during one trip – so you will certainly need to come back.

Diving in Indonesia gives you the opportunity to enjoy beautiful coral reefs at sites in Amed and Bali, along with deep trench dives on the islands of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida.

For the more adventurous, Ambon and Laha provide excellent “muck diving” through parts of the ocean filled with trash. Although not for the faint of heart, these muck diving locations provide safe havens for seahorses, dragonets, pipefish, and other creatures protected from larger predators by the abundance of garbage. These dives are a great opportunity for dedicated photographers.

Being just below the Equator, the water temperatures in Indonesia remain low to mid 80s Fahrenheit (high 20s Celsius), with a visibility of 50-100 feet (15-30 meters).

Deal Details

  • DEAL 1: Save 17% on the April 18th and May 2nd, 2017 departures when booked before October 15, 2016.
  • DEAL 2: Save 25% on the Dive the World weeks, including departures on January 12th and April 5th, 2017.
  • Not valid with any other promotion or money-saving offer.
  • The discount applies to the full paying space only on single supplement.

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Indo Aggressor

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