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Located in East Nusa Tenggara, Komodo National park is the home of the unique and rare Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis).

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Raja Ampat

The territory within the islands of the Four Kings is enormous, covering 9.8 million acres of land and sea, home to 540 types of corals, more than 1,000 types of coral fish and 700 types of mollusks.

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is an 8.08 km² island in the Bay of Manado, situated in the north of the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia. The marine Park around Bunaken is part of the National Park that also includes the ocean around the island of Manado Tua, Siladen and Mantehage.

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white beaches are favourite for family holidays. There are a variety of watersports available, such as scuba diving, banana boats, parasailing or jet skiing, swimming or plain sunbathing.

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La Galigo Liveaboard

La Galigo is recognised as one of the most popular Liveaboards for diving in Indonesia, and offers trips to popular diving locations such as Komodo and Raja Ampat. Indonesia holds the record for the highest Marine Biodiversity on the planet, and is home to ‘The Coral Triangle’.
The concept of La Galigo was conceived back in the early 2000s when two avid divers wanted to explore some of the pristine reefs that call Indonesia home, but found that all existing scuba diving options were often out of their budget. La Galigo Liveaboard is very much a friends and family affair, and trips are always focused on fun, guest comfortability, and are exceptional value for money.


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- All meals, non packaged snacks, coffee and tea, and post dive refreshments.
- Diving services including tanks, weights, smb rental, reef hook rental, air fills (non nitrox), guides and dive tenders.
- Hotel or Airport transfers to and from Sorong Harbour / Labuan Bajo on the first and final day of your cruise, from a local hotel in Sorong / Labuan Bajo.
- Land excursions
- Transfers to and from Sorong Harbour / Labuan Bajo to La Galigo on the first and final day of your cruise
  - Airport to hotel transfers, Flight tickets, Visas and fees
- Airport taxes and extra baggage fees
- Travel, dive and repatriation insurance
- Alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, spirits, Soft Drinks and packaged snacks
- Staff gratuities (preferred in local currency)
- La Galigo Merchandise
- Raja Ampat / Komodo tags or other marine protected area tags or anchorage charges.
- Port, Ranger and Marine Park fees.
- We charge the following additional fees to cover Indonesian national marine park fees, local area access fees, harbour fees, anchorage fees, and land based activities that require donations.



La Galigo Liveaboard was built by traditional Southern Sulawesi craftsmen in Bira in 2012. She is a traditional two mast style sailboat, which the local tribes of Bugis heritage refer to as a ‘Phinisi’. The Bugis are thought to have been inspired by old Dutch Clipper sailing vessels which may have been deserted during the days of Dutch exploration, and with an abundance of tropical hard woods in their land, have been producing these types of boats for hundreds of years. The hull of La Galigo has been constructed from what is known locally as ‘Kayu Besi’ which translates as ‘Iron Wood’. All interiors and the remainder of the vessel have been thoughtfully finished in tropical teak, with a combined weight of over 169 gross tons.  
  • Year built : 2012
  • Length : 33m
  • Beam : 7.85
  • Top Speed : 10 knots
  • Cruising Speed : 5-7 knots
  • Engines : 350hp Mitsubushi 8m22 v8
  • Max Guests : 14
  • Number of Cabins : 7
  • Number of Bathrooms : 8
  • Tenders : 2
  • Water Capacity : 6 Tons
  • Fuel Capacity : 5700 Tons
  • Fresh Water maker : 2500L per day
  • 7 Cabins with 3 class types (Deluxe, Master, Suite)
  • Individual aircon control
  • Ensuite bathrooms with hot water
  • Overhead reading lights
  • Cupboards for personal items
  • Bath & hand towels
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Universal charging points
  • Amercian spring mattresses
  • Safety deposit box available


    Depth Sounder
    Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
    E.P.I.R.B. Distress System
    Emergency Rafts
    Life Vests
    Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers
    First Aid Kits
    Satellite & mobile phones
    Search light
    Crew trained in first aid
  • Dedicated dive platform
  • 12L Aluminium tanks
  • Full Aqualung rental equipment*
  • 32% Nitrox*
  • SMB, Reef hook, and computers (FOC)* (for the duration of the trip)
  • Personal diving and deck towels
  • 2 x 6m dive tenders
  • 15L Aluminium tanks available
  • Dive courses available





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