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Raja Has It All

Raja Ampat, Indonesia - Pindito Liveaboard

February 13 – 24, 2023*
$7,000 per person**

Double Occupancy Cabin

ONLY 2 of 18 Spots Remaining

The stunning scenes of Raja Ampat (and Triton Bay) shot in 8K. You know you want to experience this with us!

* Feb 13, 2023 is when the boat departs from Sorong. Based on information as of Sep 01, 2021, the flight from Jakarta to Sorong departs on Feb 12, 2023 at 11:55 PM. The Pindito recommends arriving to Jakarta no later than 4:00 PM on Feb 12, 2023. At the end of the trip, we disembark on Feb 24, 2023. The flight from Sorong to Jakarta is at 7:30 AM and arrives Jakarta at 10:30 AM. It is recommended your flight home is no earlier than 3:00 PM the same day. Or, join me for a few more days in Bali!

** Price is subject to change if there is an increase in the cost of the internal flight, harbor fees, park fees, or fuel surcharge, 


  • Internal Indonesian Flight Jakarta  to Sorong and Back

  • Airport-Harbor Transfers

  • 11 Nights Aboard the MV Pindito in a Double Occupancy Cabin

    • Each Cabin Has Its Own Sink, Toilet and Shower

  • Soap, Shampoo and Towels

  • All Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)​

  • Snacks and Beverages (water, tea, coffee, juice, soda)

  • Beer and Spirits

  • 3 to 4 Dives Per Day Including Night Dives

  • Tanks and Weights

  • Nitrox (must be certified as a Nitrox diver)

  • Government Taxes

  • Park Fees and Harbor Fees​


  • Fuel Surcharge

  • Airfare to and from Jakarta

  • Tips for the M/V Pindito Crew

  • Wine and Other On Board Purchases

  • Other Personal Expenses or Items Not Listed in the Included Section


Is it 9 out of 10 divers recommend or is it 7,714,576,922 out of 7,714,576,923 that recommend Raja Ampat as a top diving destination. Did I ask all these billions of people? No. I cannot speak most of their languages and many of them are too young to speak let alone dive. Yet, somehow, someway, they all agree on Raja.

I’ve never been to Raja and can't wax eloquently about my past experiences. Lucky for you and me, there are ways to learn what diving in Raja is really like.  In Scuba Sensations' 10+ years of leading group trips, all we have heard is:  "You must take your group to Raja Ampat, AKA, the Four Kings".

An added bonus is the owner of the boat, one of the pioneers of diving Raja Ampat, will be our captain. Who better to guide us through our experiences in Raja Ampat? As you read below, there is no disagreement among divers that Raja Ampat is  the dive destination that every diver needs to experience...and the sooner the better!


Raja Ampat is an archipelago in Indonesia consisting of over 1,500 islands. The four main islands are Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo.  Let's hear hear from the folks at the Pindito Live-a-board, the longest running operator in Raja:

“The Indonesian archipelago of Raja Ampat lies in the Coral Triangle. This expanse of 40,000 square kilometers of marine territory and pristine reefs make these waters a diving haven second to none. Reputed to be the most biodiverse marine habitat on Earth, Raja Ampat is home to many species not found anywhere else. Spectacular, is a word often used to describe this region and is irresistible to divers.

Imagine descending into the big blue, encountering a rainbow of colors in the vibrant, thriving reefs. Then the marine life comes alive, as if they know how special they are and want to share their secret. Schools of fusiliers and jacks duck and sway in the currents, bump head parrot fish chomp away on the corals, shy Denise’s pygmy seahorses hide among gorgonian coral, frogfish try to keep themselves expertly camouflaged and white/black tip reef sharks sweep and patrol effortlessly through the sea. Magestic mantas, rare wobbegong and epaulette sharks (walking shark) guarantee plenty of variety and with grey reef sharks, schools of big-eyed trevally and barracudas, they put on a spectacular show.”


Trip Requirements

  • Have Current Dive Insurance (DAN Dive Insurance)

  • Be Nitrox Certified

  • Be an Experienced Diver 

  • Have and Use a Dive Computer

  • Have a Safety Sausage/Signal Tube and Finger Spool

  • Have Trip Insurance (not required but recommended)​


There are eight 10' x 10' cabins on the M/V Pindito. Each is equipped with air conditioning, shower, sink and toilet. All cabins are bases on double occupancy. Some cabins have a double bed and other a twin bed with a bunk.



  • Deposit Due Now to Hold Your Spot: $2,500

  • Aug 1, 2022: Payment of $2,500 ($5,000 Total Due)​​

  • Oct 1, 2022: Payment of $2,000 ($7,000 Total Due)

You may make as many smaller payments as you like. The above is the deadline for those totals. Please contact me if you need to work out other payment options.
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