The SY Indo Siren Liveaboard is a sailing yacht and a member of the Siren Fleet that provides a quality experience and personal service.
The Indo Siren has 8 comfortable cabins equipped with all the necessities, like air conditioning, storage for personal belongings, private bathrooms, and individual entertainment systems. There are double cabins and twin bed rooms that you can share with another diver, and two of these cabins can be converted. Between dives and after dives you can spend time in the boat’s lounge and cocktail bar with a large-screen TV. Passengers on the Indo Siren can choose one of the two sundecks to enjoy the marvelous view. The covered open-air area serves as a dining area.
Indo Sirens dive deck is spacious and has room for every diver to be comfortable while preparing to dive. It has separate facilities for maintaining underwater cameras, storage areas, and numerous charging points.
The Indo Siren was designed according to Lloyd’s Standards, the leading international body of maritime safety standards. The boat is equipped with automated life rafts, life jackets, fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, emergency long distance radios, satellite phones, and EPIRBs. The crew members are trained to manage emergency situations.
For Underwater Photographers
The Indo Siren is perfect for photo enthusiasts. Boat have several working areas, including an outdoor workstation, and the dive deck is equipped with several charging points and storage areas. The Indonesian underwater landscapes are really worth photographing. The variety of colorful fish and corals make for some really stunning pictures.
The itineraries of the Indo Siren include Komodo National Park, Raja Ampat, and the Banda Sea. These diving destinations are very popular with divers. Raja Ampat has a large variety of coral species and fish. You can encounter many sizeable mantas here. Diving around Komodo Island can be one of the greatest diving adventures. This dive site is home to mantas, pygmy seahorses, frogfish, nudibranchs, Napoleon wrasses, trevallies, jacks, and grouper.
When to Go
It is possible to dive in Indonesia all year round. The best time to dive in Komodo is between April and November, and the best time to visit Raja Ampat is October until the end of April.
If you are looking for a good combination of comfort, experience, and fun, the Indo Siren can be perfect for you. The crew knows all the most unforgettable dive spots in Indonesia and can provide you with personal care