The Indo Siren was ready for the last liveaboard dive trip in Komodo of the season!. After a quick orientation there was plenty of time to settle and start chatting. We had many old Siren Fleet friends as well as a Sonja and Charly who were celebrating their honeymoon with us!
The Indo Siren welcomed on board a group from Equator diving. So it was really nice to say hello again. On the first day we had plenty of time to get settled and sorted.
The first day of diving we started in Bima Bay with Unusual Suspects where our guest had already some great encounters: Wonderpus, seahorses, rhinopias, harlequin shrimp and much more were our encounters. During lunch, the liveaboard dive trip continued to Sandeang, where we started with Black Sand and its colourful reefs.
For the last Raja Ampat liveaboard diving trip, the Indo Siren welcomed on board a group of 16 repeat guests from Taiwan all ready for their liveaboard diving holidays. After a quick orientation, set up equipment ,we already moved to central of Raja Ampat were we spent our first night.
The Indo Siren welcomed on board a group from Atmosphere Resorts. Many of them already dove with us in Komodo so the crew was happy to see them on board once again! Every was happy to start a new adventure diving in Raja Ampat! In the evening, the captain started sailing towards Misool.
As most of the year it was a sunny day when the Indo Siren guests arrived in Sorong. At 10 am everybody was onboard and we had a first light breakfast and the welcome briefing. Then quick equipment setup and some paperwork and everybody could rest a bit and get some sleep after the overnight flight. After lunch and the mandatory lifejacket drill we just waited for the harbor clearance before heading off south towards Daram in the Misool Area. Beautiful weather and flat calm sea meant a relaxed crossing.
The Indo Siren was ready for a great diving adventure in Raja Ampat! From day one we had wobbegong sharks, walking sharks, cuttlefish and more. The next day started off with Cape Kri , followed by Blue Magic and Sardines. Today was a “fishy” day with schooling fusiliers and trevallies, big schools of barracudas and snappers, whilst close to the reef black and white tip reef sharks cruised along. For the night dive we moved a little bit west and checked out the reef close to the Village of Sauwanderak.
The Indo Siren is happy to welcome 16 guests from America, UK , Sweden and Italy. All ready to dive Raja Ampat! After the first orientation everybody had some time to rest and adjust. In the afternoon we got everything ready. In the evening we started the motor and sailed off to Misool.
The first day of a cruise always provides plenty of excitement…new guests coming aboard the Indo Siren, crew making their final preparations, and nature giving us the first glimpse of what she has planned for our 10-night diving adventure.