Best Liveaboards Indonesia

There are many amazing liveaboard diving destinations in Indonesia: Raja Ampat, Triton Bay, Cenderawasih Bay, Ambon, Wakatobi, or Banda Sea. We visit all of them.


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General Liveaboard Features

Dive Deck

State of the art, spacious and fully equipped dive deck.

restaurant lounge

Spacious and fully furnished restaurant and lounge.

outdoor lounge

Furnished outdoor lounge for afternoon relaxation.

mixed cuisine

Western, Asian and Chinese Cuisine served daily.


PADI Pro Divemasters and Instructors as dive guides.

small dive groups

Maximum 4 on 1 diver ratio for all dive groups.

Multilingual crew

We speak English, Chinese, Indonesian, and Romanian.

charter available

Neptune One is available for private charter bookings.

Indonesia is a vast and diverse archipelago, home to some of the world’s most exceptional diving destinations. Most of Indonesia’s diving destinations are remote and so they are accessible by liveaboards Indonesia diving.

Discover the top liveaboard diving destinations in Indonesia and get ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime with us.




With its volcanic islands and deep waters, the Banda Sea is home to hammerhead sharks, sea snakes, and vibrant coral gardens.

Dive sites in the Banda Sea are less frequented than other Indonesian destinations, providing a sense of exclusivity and adventure.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Komodo National Park is home to the iconic Komodo dragons and offers equally impressive underwater wonders.

The park’s crystal-clear waters and nutrient-rich currents create a thriving ecosystem, attracting an abundance of marine life, including manta rays, sharks, and turtles. 

Raja Ampat, located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, is often considered the crown jewel of Indonesian diving.

Raja Ampat is renowned for its incredible biodiversity, with over 75% of the world’s coral species and more than 1,500 fish species found in its waters.


When is the best time to go on a liveaboards Indonesia?

The best time to go diving with liveaboards Indonesia depends on the region you plan to visit.

Generally, the dry season from April to October is the best time to visit Komodo, while the prime season for Raja Ampat is from October to March.

The Banda Sea is best visited from September to October, a short season but filled with everything we want to see, especially the Hammerhead migration.

How far along should I book the liveaboard ?

The best liveaboards Indonesia tend to sell out quickly, same for our vessels Neptune One and Komodo Sea Dragon. Most divers book at least 6 months in advance especially for Raja Ampat and Komodo which are the best sellers.

Liveaboards Indonesia

What is the minimum dive experience?

For all of the liveaboards Indonesia the minimum dive certification is Advanced Open Water with a minimum of 25 logged dives. Different liveaboards practice different rules but typically 25-50 dives is the minimum requirement.