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Raja Ampat Aggressor

The Raja Ampat Aggressor is a 100-foot/30m long boxy and sturdy vessel , built in 2000 in Thailand with a primary focus on scuba diving. In 2015 it transformed into the Raja Ampat Aggressor, exclusively navigating Indonesian seas.

A word from Dom: The Ocean Rover was built in 2000 and may not have all the elegance and new tricks of some of the fancy boats out there, but it is solid, stable, has 3 engines and everyone who has ever been on her loves it…. Dominick Macan

On Board Raja Ampat Aggressor

3 Master staterooms with queen bed
double bed & portholes
5 Deluxe with 2 twin beds

All rooms have port holes or picture windows, climate controls, TV’s with movies and private bathrooms.

7 night – average up to 22 dives including night dives.
10 night – average up to 33 dives including night dives.
Depth Range: 35 – 130 ft (11m – 40m)
Water temperature averages 82 – 86°F/28 – 30°C
3mm wetsuit recommended
up to 4 dives per day all from the dive tenders
12 & 15 liter alu tanks (15 L at extra cost)
DIN & INT valves
scuba gear rental (by advance request)

accommodation & diving
meals, snacks, non-alcoholic drinks
local beer & wine with meals
compressed air, tanks, weights & weight belts
airport transfers on arrival & departure days

international & domestic airfare
alcoholic beverages
scuba rental gear (by advance request)
15 liter tanks
National Park & port fees
fuel surcharge (on certain trips)

All The Comforts You Need

The Raja Ampat Aggressor, a vessel of formidable stature measuring 30 meters, exhibits a robust double hull construction composed of thick steel, coupled with a distinctive high bow. It navigates the regions of Raja Ampat, Sangalaki, Halmahera, and North Sulawesi. Elegantly contributing to the allure of these Indonesian diving destinations, the vessel, accommodating a maximum of 16 guests, is serviced by a dedicated crew of 14, in the esteemed worldwide Aggressor Fleet.

A commodious, air-conditioned saloon and dining area characterize the vessel’s interior, providing a refined setting for guests to congregate, partake in dining, socialize, explore the book library, and enjoy evening entertainment, inclusive of educational marine presentations and cinematic offerings. Complemented by a guest email service and complimentary Wi-Fi on a 3G connection, albeit with somewhat restricted signal availability. A well-appointed refreshments corner, featuring an icemaker and refrigerator, further enhances the onboard amenities.

Accommodations comprise 8 cabins, each equipped with ensuite bathrooms strategically positioned on the main or upper decks to mitigate noise intrusion from the triple-engine room. Seaview windows grace all cabins, with the exception of the 2 twin bed main deck cabins, distinguished by their large double portholes.

The Raja Ampat Aggressor distinguishes itself through its exemplary diving facilities. A variety of dedicated spaces cater to photographers, offering equipment maintenance, battery charging, camera assistance, capacious rinse tanks, nitrox, lost diver beacons, and amenities such as toilets and showers on the dive deck. Divers are welcomed with a warm towel after each dive.

Travel And Cruise Logistics

International flights generally arrive at one of the following airports: Bali-Denpasar (DPS) … Jakarta (CGK) … Manado (MDC). We will be pleased to help you book your domestic flights through our Bali agent.

It is strongly recommended that you arrive one day before your charter date for all of the Raja Amapt Aggressor itineraries. (Ask us about recommended hotels). You will be picked up on the charter start date and transferred to the yacht as long as you are staying near where the yacht docks. If your flight arrives, however, on the day of the charter, you’ll be met at the airport and transferred to a hotel until pick-up time, normally around 12pm.

Departure time of the boat depends on the itinerary you’ve chosen and we will provide all details when you book.

Time to disembark on your return is generally 8am. You will be transferred to the airport, unless you are remaining for a land program.

Layout & Specs

Deck & cabin layout … yacht specifications … equipment & safety features


Length : 30m/100ft
Width : 8m/26ft
Draft : 2m/6.5ft
GT : 279 tons
Cruising Speed : 10 knots
Range : 3500 n/miles
Fuel : 35,000lt
Water : 12,000lt


Captains and staff are professionally licensed as required by the laws of the country in which the yacht operates and complies with and the appropriate flag state regulations and/or SOLAS (International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea) standards. All yachts are required to follow Aggressor Fleet® Standard Operations Procedures (SOP). Dive instructors and divemasters are trained and certified by international recognized certification agencies. Each receives proficiency training and annual inspections to review safety aspects.


2 x GPS
2 x Radar
Echo sounder
Depth sounder
Max Sea marine navigation software


Ship Security Alert System (SSAS)
Automatic Identification System (AIS)
SSB radio
4 x VHF radios
CB radio
2 x Mobile phones
Satellite phone


Professional first-aid kit
2 x Oxygen tanks
2 x 30-person SOLAS-A life rafts
60 x SOLAS approved life vests
2 x Search & Rescue Transponders (SART I & II)
signal flares



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