Pearl of Papua - raja ampat Liveaboard

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Pearl of Papua liveaboard is a low to mid-range boat that aims to be your sanctuary at sea with its cosy cabins and en-suite bathrooms, on board massage, delicious and hearty meals, and overall hassle-free adventure. Crafted by the highly respected and renowned boat builders of Tanah Beru in South Sulawesi, this beautiful wooden phinisi schooner is fitted with the latest marine technology and equipments that are ensured to meet with international safety standards.

The air-conditioned cabins with en-suite bathrooms are sleek yet cosy, a sanctuary to welcome you home after a long excursion undersea. The spacious decking provides enough room for everyone to laze privately and a group to mingle comfortably. A chef and two stewards are also on board to attend your dining and cabin needs.

The team of twelve Indonesian crew members and dive staff are also highly knowledgeable and intimately familiar with Raja Ampat, guiding you to experience scarcely seen underwater treasures in addition to the best the region has to offer, while ensuring a pleasant and safe voyage.

Pearl of Papua - prices

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These prices are per person per night based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.

Cabin class 1 Jan 14 - 31Dec 2014 Per night Us$ / Per week Us$ 1 Jan 15 - 31Dec 2015 Per night Us$ / Per week Us$
Suite $ 350 / $ 2,450 $ 360 / $ 2,520
deluxe $ 315 / $ 2,205 $ 330 / $ 2,310
Standard $ 295 / $ 2,065 $ 310 / $ 2,170

The suite cabin can accommodate 3 persons sharing with one double bed and one single bed on the cabin which would allow 15 persons on board (only for full boat charters).

There is also the port handling fee, National Park tag fee and fuel surcharge of $360 per person per trip (Raja Ampat and $435 per person per trip for the Cendrawasih bay trips and the domestic flights to get to Sorong and back from your Indonesian entry airport - $600 per person (see below).

The trip price includes

Accommodation, up to 4 dives a day, dive guide, full meals, drinking water, coffee and teas, airport transfers, shore visit and topside scenic tours.

The trip price does not include:

Fuel surcharge and Port and National Park Fee-$360, domestic flights - $600, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, Equipment rental (Eqt rental = Bcd $10. Reg $10. Wet suit $10. Mask, fin, Snorkel $5. Torch $5. Computer $15. Nitrox $5 per dive, Guests are encouraged / advised to bring their own MSF + Torch + Computer as the boat does not have a great deal of availability of these items, airline tickets and hotel stay en route to/prior/after boarding our liveaboard

  • Any other form of transportation to point of embarkation/disembarkation other than PEARL OF PAPUA.
  • Diving Equipment for Divers, Airport Tax, Any police permit or touristy tax charged per passenger by any local authority.
  • Alcoholic drinks, tips gratuities and any other onboard service not specified above like Equipment rental etc.
  • We strongly advise you to bring your own equipment to avoid extra charge rental and for utmost comfort. Also it is important since you will more familiar with your own gear.
  • Equipment rental per day (Bcd $10. Reg $10. Wet suit $10. Mask, fin, Snorkel $5. Torch $5. Computer $15. Guests are encouraged / advised to bring their own MSF + Torch + Computer as the boat does not have a great deal of availability of these items

Cancellation and booking policy

FIT and Group Bookings (less than 8 pax): Deposits, Payments and Cancellations -
Deposit 30% within 7 days of booking
Final Payment 60 days prior to departure
Last Minute Bookings 100% payment within 24 hours of booking or before
boarding for bookings made on day of departure
Cancellations:
More than 60 days prior to departure: Deposit lost
Less than 60 days prior departure: No Refund

Pearl of Papua does not accept any legal liability for loss or damage to any luggage or dive equipment while being transferred to or from the vessel nor whilst on board. Pearl of Papua will offer any assistance possible to help with any insurance claims for lost or damaged property.

Lastly, Pearl of Papua does not offer refunds in the event of personal injury, airplane delay, mechanical breakdowns, weather, sickness, strikes, war, criminal acts, quarantine, acts of god or if another guest requires immediate evacuation and the vessel must return to port or any other event beyond its actual control. If Pearl of Papua cancels the trip prior to departure for any reason a full refund will be given.

Guests are strongly advised to have valid dive medical, travel and cancellation insurances.

Pearl of Papua - schedule

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07Jun17
15Jun17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD
18Jun17
26Jun17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD
28Jun17
05Jul17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available 2 DD/2 ST/1Female ST spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
08Jul17
18Jul17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available 4pax ST/1M ST/1MDT spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3500 USD
30Jul17
06Aug17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
09Aug17
19Aug17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3500 USD
22Aug17
29Aug17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
01Sep17
09Sep17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD
21Jul17
28Jul17
Embark: Manokwari
Disembark: Manokwari
Cendrawasih
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
15Sep17
21Sep17
Embark:
Disembark:
Transfer to Sorong spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 0 USD
26Sep17
03Oct17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Hold Charter - Waitlisted spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
07Oct17
15Oct17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD
18Oct17
25Oct17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
28Oct17
04Nov17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Closed spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3500 USD
07Nov17
17Nov17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Available 2 at ST - 1 Female DT spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3500 USD
19Nov17
24Nov17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Charter Closed spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 1750 USD
02Dec17
09Dec17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Charter Closed spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3500 USD
11Dec17
18Dec17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Available All Cabin spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
20Dec17
27Dec17
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Closed Charter spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
29Dec17
06Jan18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
Waitlisted Hold spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3150 USD
27Jan18
03Feb18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
05Feb18
12Feb18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
14Feb18
23Feb18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3150 USD
26Feb18
05Mar18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
04Mar18
12Mar18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD
14Mar18
23Mar18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 3150 USD
27Mar18
04Apr18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD
07Apr18
14Apr18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
16Apr18
23Apr18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
25Apr18
03May18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD
06May18
13May18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
15May18
22May18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2450 USD
24May18
31May18
Embark: Sorong
Disembark: Sorong
Raja Ampat
15 spaces available
Booking Request
Price from 2800 USD

Pearl of Papua - cabins

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The maximum amount of passengers on board is 14 pax sleeping in 7 cabins (15 for a full charter). There are 2 deluxe cabins, one with a double bed and one with two single bedson theupper deck, 1 Suite Cabinon thelower deck with one single bed and a double bed and4 standard cabins with single bunk bedson thelower deck. All cabinon thelower deck haveportholes. Upper deck cabins havelargewindows.

All cabinshaveIndividually controlled air conditioning,Toilet and hot water shower,Hand basin, mirror and towels,Round twin plug 220V mains outlet,Reading lights,Cabinet and shelves,Bedding,Fire warning system and Life jackets

The suite cabin can accommodate 3 person sharing with one double bed and one single bed on the cabin which would allow 15 persons.

  • Pearl of Papua - Deluxe twin bed

  • Pearl of Papua - Deluxe one double bed

  • Pearl of Papua - Manta suite

  • Pearl of Papua - Standard bunk

Pearl of Papua - itinerary

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Potential Schedule for 7 nights in North Raja Ampat*

Day One : Sorong

Arrive in Sorong Airport. Our crew will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you to the ship for immediate boarding. After 15 minutes driving we onboard the vessel, refresh with the welcome drink. Your official check in time is 1PM. Cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place before departure. Take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel, make yourself comfortable. Lunch and dinner will be served while departing towards Raja Ampat National Park.

Day Two : Dampier Straits

Welcome to Dampier Straits areas. We will have check dive at Mioskon. Monitoring your buoyancy skill and make yourself comfortable with water and your gear. For some of you who has not dive for a long time, check dive is always a good way to refresh your skill.

We have many excellent dive spot around the area. Cape Kri is a great start of the day with most fish and coral species accounted on a single dive site. Truly dive sites like Cape Kri, of Dr. Allen’s 30-year lifetime record fish count. Cape Kri has probably the largest concentration of big fish of any sites in northern Raja Ampat. Mioskon, Cape Kri and Mike’s point are among the sites for day two.

Day Three : Wayag

We will be arriving in the morning in Wayag Island - one of “must see” itinerary for Raja Ampat cruise. We park the boat in the front of Mount Pindito where we make the famous “hike”. Bring your camera, your hat and your walking shoes. You will about to view the breath taking scenery over the island group here. After taking load of pictures from above we will have nice and easy picnic on the beach, having relax morning, swimming and snorkeling. Take our tender boat to marvel the spectacular hidden bay and little lagoon. We will make time to have couple of dives around northern part of Raja Ampat Aljui Bay or Gam.

Day Four : Sel Pele Bay

Sel Pele is a very large bay located on the western side of Waigeo Island, and is renowned as the best place in Raja Ampat for critter hunting. The bay has a large mouth with a small island in the centre. Sometimes between our dives we make tour and visit the pearl farms. Dinding Selatan; Kebung Kerang; and Pearl farm Pier (The Jetty) are among our selection for day and night dives in the area.

Day Five : Fam and Penemu Island

Spread over nearly 700 square kilometer of ocean just above the midway point on Raja Ampat’s north-south axis, Pam and Penemu vivid corals thrive while withstanding, indeed reveling in, some of Dampier’s strongest current. We will have fun drifting away with current at Melissa Garden, Barracuda and Angelina Passage.

Day Six Dampier Straits

We can’t get enough of Dampier Straits. It contain some of Raja Ampat’s most action packed dives. This times we dive Chicken Reef, Sardine, Blue Magic. The dive spot that offer an unforgettable diving experience where you could spot huge schools of fish parade by barracuda and pale or blue tail surgeonfish patrol the reef top, while below schools of trevally and fusiliers whiz past and encircle you. Manta is usually seen. Sheer numbers of fish here. Of course there are great schools of trevallies and tuna in numbers that practically block out the light. But you can also be enthralled by vast numbers of bumpheaded parrotfish as they charge around and devour the coral.

Day Seven : Arborek

On the way back to Sorong we will stop by at the famous Arborek, the dive spot selection in this area are abundant. Manta sandy and Manta Ridge will be among our dive spot selection where you can spot group of Mantas circling and swimming. For safety precautions we will have only two shallow dives in our last dives day.

Day Eight : Sorong

After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Your official check out time is 10 AM. Be ready to leave the boat and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport for you next destination. Your diving journey has ended and we shall look forward to welcoming you onboard again.

Potential Schedule for 10 nights in Raja Ampat*

Day One : Sorong

Arrive in Sorong Airport. Our crew will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you to the ship for immediate boarding. After 15 minutes driving we onboard the vessel, refresh with the welcome drink. Your official check in time is 1PM. Cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place before departure. Take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel, make yourself comfortable. Lunch and dinner will be served while departing towards Raja Ampat National Park.

Day Two,Three, Four: Misool Island Group (B, L, D)

Welcome to a remote Island group, northeast of Misool, so pristine and untouched. This area offers a mesmerizing underwater scope which boasts walls and pinnacles where not an inch is left uncovered. This dive site has an unusual high concentration of huge, undisturbed, and giant clams. The Misool Island group sits at the entrance of the Seram Sea, two degrees from south of the equator. The islands, or islets, are uncountable. The larger ones, like Misool itself, have canyons and lagoons speckled with white sand beaches ideal for tender boat rides. One can spend hours exploring and enjoying the same bay. It really is a place of great beauty both above and below the water. It’s rightly being considered by the Indonesian government for national park status and by the United Nations as a world heritage site. In here, there are over 1100 species of fish and over 450 different species of corals making this area one of the most diverse marine habitats in the world. Famous Fiabacet and Farondi are also in the list.

Day Five : Dampier Straits

Welcome to Dampier Straits areas. We have many excellent dive spot around the area. Cape Kri is a great start of the day with most fish and coral species accounted on a single dive site. Truly dive sites like Cape Kri, of Dr. Allen’s 30-year lifetime record fish count. Cape Kri has probably the largest concentration of big fish of any sites in northern Raja Ampat. Mioskon, Cape Kri and Mike’s point are among the sites for day two.

Day Six : Wayag

We will be arriving in the morning in Wayag Island - one of “must see” itinerary for Raja Ampat cruise. We park the boat in the front of Mount Pindito where we make the famous “hike”. Bring your camera, your hat and your walking shoes. You will about to view the breath taking scenery over the island group here. After taking load of pictures from above we will have nice and easy picnic on the beach, having relax morning, swimming and snorkeling. Take our tender boat to marvel the spectacular hidden bay and little lagoon. We will make time to have couple of dives around northern part of Raja Ampat Aljui Bay or Gam.

Day Seven : Sel Pele Bay

Sel Pele is a very large bay located on the western side of Waigeo Island, and is renowned as the best place in Raja Ampat for critter hunting. The bay has a large mouth with a small island in the centre. Sometimes between our dives we make tour and visit the pearl farms. Dinding Selatan; Kebung Kerang; and Pearl farm Pier (The Jetty) are among our selection for day and night dives in the area.

Day Eight : Fam and Penemu Island

Spread over nearly 700 square kilometer of ocean just above the midway point on Raja Ampat’s north-south axis, Pam and Penemu vivid corals thrive while withstanding, indeed reveling in, some of Dampier’s strongest current. We will have fun drifting away with current at Melissa Garden, Barracuda and Angelina Passage.

Day Nine Dampier Straits

We can’t get enough of Dampier Straits. It contain some of Raja Ampat’s most action packed dives. This times we dive Chicken Reef, Sardine, Blue Magic. The dive spot that offer an unforgettable diving experience where you could spot huge schools of fish parade by barracuda and pale or blue tail surgeonfish patrol the reef top, while below schools of trevally and fusiliers whiz past and encircle you. Manta is usually seen. Sheer numbers of fish here. Of course there are great schools of trevallies and tuna in numbers that practically block out the light. But you can also be enthralled by vast numbers of bumpheaded parrotfish as they charge around and devour the coral.

Day Ten : Arborek

On the way back to Sorong we will stop by at the famous Arborek, the dive spot selection in this area are abundant. Manta sandy and Manta Ridge will be among our dive spot selection where you can spot group of Mantas circling and swimming. For safety precautions we will have only two shallow dives in our last dives day.

Day Eleven : Sorong

After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Your official check out time is 10 AM. Be ready to leave the boat and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport for you next destination. Your diving journey has ended and we shall look forward to welcoming you onboard again.

Sailing itineraries and daily program are subject to change due to weather and sea conditions, availability of safe anchorage, government regulations and other factors. Every effort will be made to carryout the program as planned. Program changes may take place during the cruise to take advantage of local cultural events, to adapt to sailing conditions, or in response to other factors.

Pearl of Papua - specs

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  • Built in : 2010
  • Length : 30 meters / 98 foot
  • Beam : 7.5meters / 24 foot
  • Cruise : 8 knots
  • Divers : 14-15

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length :98’(30 m)
  • Width : 24’(7.5m)
  • Draft : 6,5’(2 m)
  • Fuel Capacity : 6000 liter
  • Fresh Water : 10000 liter(2 tanks, 5000 liter each)
  • Engine : 200 HP
  • Engine Type : Mitsubishi type MEBDC 9-1A
  • Max Speed : 9 Knot
  • Range speed : 7 - 9 Knot
  • Fuel Type : HSD
  • Generator : 2 x 40 KW,AE4D-32 PS120
  • Fresh Water Maker : 2000 liter per day
  • Electricity 220V and 110V – 24 hours per day
  • Waste Storage Tanks

DIVE EQUIPMENT :

  • Compressor : 2 compressor BAUER MARINER 200
  • Tanks : 35 unit
  • Dive equipment :10 full set brand new aqua lung and technisub dive equipment for rent. Please advise in advance to get your size prepared. Safety support features :
  • 2 life rafts (max. 15 pax. In one raf and 10 pax at another)
  • 3 x 40 HP motorized tender dinghies
  • VHF SSB radio
  • Koden KGP 91 global positioning system (GPS)
  • Furuno radar
  • Depth sounder
  • Furuno fish finder
  • Byru satellite telephone
  • Emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB)
  • Comprehensive medic first aid box
  • Oxygen on board
  • 40+ Life jackets on board
  • Fire extinguishers throughout the boat
  • Customer diving insurance is not provided
  • Boat holds Safety Management certification

Pearl of Papua - diving

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TRAVEL INFO

Diving Indonesia

Out of 14,000+ islands in the archipelago, there are a plethora of exclusive dive locations in Indonesia, boasting up to 80% of the worlds species of undersea life. With Indocruises we take you to pristine spots not that known in your average dive travel guide and which are still being explored. Explore this vast archipelago in comfort, safety and luxury aboard the Waow with our experienced and qualified crew.

Dive conditions in Indonesia

  • Diving all year around is possible.
  • Watertemperature 24°(75°F) to 30°C(86°F) (In the south of Komodo it drops down to 21°C (70°F)
  • Visibility is mostly very good (up to 30m) Diving rules Safety Procedures and Emergency Evacuation Information:

Hyperbaric chambers (or recompression chamber) in Indonesia*

There are 6 recompression chambers in Indonesia to treat decompression sickness

Bali: Sanglah General Hospital (in Indonesian language) USUP Sanglah Denpasar JI. Diponegoro, Denpasar 80114 Bali, Indonesia: Phone 62-361-227911 through -15 ext. 232 (hyperbaric medical department) Fax 62-361-22426 Run by Dr. Antonius Natasamudra and Dr. Etty Herawati

Manado (Sulawesi): At the Malalayang Hospital (chamber for 3 to 4 persons) Phone: 0811430913 and ask for Dr Jimmy Waleleng (Phone home 860953).

Makassar (Sulawesi): Rumah Sakit Umum Wahidin Sudirohusodo. Contact person: Pak Daniel Address: Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan Km. 11, Tamalanrea Kampus UNHAS Indonesia TEL:++ 62 - 0411 (584677) , 584675. Said to be for 3 to 4 persons.

Jakarta (Java): Rumah Sakit Angkatan Laut (Navy Hospital) in Jl. Bendungan Hilir No.17, Central Jakarta (see text in italian with some addresses - list of help) Kalimantan: The Borneo Divers have the only professional recompression chamber located on Sipadan island (Borneo - Malaysia)

Surabaya (Java): Rumah Sakit Angkatan Laut (RSAL) (Military Marine hospital) Jl. Gadung no. 1, Surabaya: Phone 031-45750 and 41731 (another number given was 031-838153 and fax 031- 837511) Run by Dr Suharsono
Available SAR (search and rescue)contact information:

  • SARBali : ph 0361 - 751111 Radio : 13545.0
  • SAR Lombok : Ph 0370 - 633253 Radio : 13545.0
  • SAR Makassar:Ph 0411 - 554111 Radio : 13545.0
  • SAR Manado : Ph 0431 - 825986
  • SAR Kupang: Ph 0380 - 831111
  • SARAmbon : Ph0911 - 351111
  • SAR Sorong : Ph 0951 - 3238

Available SAR (search and rescue) contact information: Medivac facilities from Travira Air www.travira-air.com

Sorong is the harbour town in West Papua and the normal departure point to dive Raja Ampat. If you are unsure of how to get to Sorong to start your trip it will depend on where your international flight into Indonesia is landing. If you check this link it will give you more of an idea of the timings and even a map of the possible routes to show you your possible options.

It is not possible for someone outside of Indonesia to purchase domestic flights in Indonesia so these can be purchased for you by me, if you would like, and added to your invoice. It will be about $600 return dependant on exchange rates, availability and where your entry airport is in Indonesia. We recommend coming through Jakarta as the quickest and easiest route to take. The cost of the domestic flights are not included in the trip price.

We recommend coming through Jakarta as it is the easiest and fastest route. From Jakarta it is possible to reach Sorong in one day.

From To Date Dep Arr
Jakarta (CGK) Sorong (SOQ) Day of departure 01:10 07.20

The return trip from Sorong to Jakarta

From To Date Dep Arr
Sorong (SOQ Jakarta (CGK) Day of disembarkation 10:40 12:40

If you come from Bali to Sorong it is a 2 stage process, from Bali (DPS) to Makassar (UPG) and from Makassar (UPG) to Sorong (SOQ), there would be a night in a hotel in Makassar on the way out (Ujung Pandang and Makassar are the same place and the half way point to Sorong). We recommend the Imperial Aryaduta in Makassar- http://www.aryaduta.com/hotels_home_makassar.php

These would be your flights from Bali to Sorong.

From To Date Dep Arr
Bali (DPS) Makassar (UPG) Day before departure 18.30 19.50
From To Date Dep Arr
Makassar (UPG Sorong (SOQ) Day of departure 10:00 13:10

The return trip from Sorong to Denpasar (Bali) is done in one day using 2 flights - SOQ-UPG and UPG-DPS

From To Date Dep Arr
Sorong (SOQ Makassar (UPG) Day of disembarkation 11:40 12:55
From To Date Dep Arr
Makassar (UPG) Bali (DPS) Day of disembarkation 16:30 17:50

Domestic Air Carrier Notes:

It is generally not possible for someone outside of Indonesia to purchase domestic flights in Indonesia so these can be purchased for you by Premier Liveaboard diving and added to your invoice. It will be $600 return normally dependant on where your entry airport is in Indonesia.

Premier liveaboard diving and its local flight agent can purchase the tickets on your behalf, however, in doing so, Premier liveaboard diving is only acting as an agent for the airline and is not responsible for, and can accept no responsibility for, cancellations, delays, schedule changes, or problems caused by the air carrier. We highly recommend trip interruption and cancellation insurance.