Raja Ampat Aggressor
Heart of the Coral Triangle
Raja Ampat: the Richest Coral Reef
Ecosystem in the World
Departs March 14, 2026
Returns March 24, 2026
Embark/Disembark at Sorong
Raja Ampat has the richest coral reef ecosystem in the world. More than 1200 species of fish, 600 species of coral and 669 species of mollusks inhabit the crystalline waters of Raja Ampat. This unique area samples the diversity and abundance throughout the Coral Triangle of Indonesia. We will visit the fantastic area of Misool during our charter where we dive Magic Mountain, Boo Windows, Nudi Rock, Barracuda Point, Tank Rock, Whale Rock, Three Sisters, Killer Cave, and Farondi Wall. The Misool area is only visited on the 10-day charter.
10 Days Diving your Bucket List
An Aggressor destination since 2015
Our 10-night Go Deep Scuba adventure begins and ends in Sorong. We have the entire yacht booked for Go Deep Scuba. This itinerary averages up to 33 dives including night dives in a depth range between 35-130 feet. Water temperatures average between 82-86 degrees Fahrenheit. 3mm wetsuits are recommended. All dives are made from two dive tenders.
Deluxe Bunk Early Bird Special ONLY $5349
Raja Ampat has been on my Bucket List for years, now we’re going!
Just before the Covid-19 pandemic hit us, I had a trip planned for Raja Ampat. Indonesia banned travelers to dive their waters. That adventure was cancelled. Now, six years later, I have the entire yacht booked. March is considered a premium time to dive Raja Ampat. We’ll miss the early rainy season in November/December and again May through August avoiding strong winds & rough seas. Sea temperatures will be fairly constant.
March is the BEST month to dive Raja Ampat!