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Overview Raja Ampat Aggressor

The newest addition to the Aggressor Fleet Raja Ampat Aggressor was formerly known as Ocean Rover and operated most recently across Indonesia and before that Thailand. Built and powered for comfort, safety and stability she is an ideal vessel for cruising in some of the most remote dive locations around while providing guests with comfort and first class service.

Accommodation aboard Raja Ampat Aggressor

The Raja Ampat Aggressor sleeps 16 guests in privacy and comfort in eight wide cabins. One Mater stateroom with queen bed, a private shower, a picture window, two Deluxe Staterooms with one queen bed, and a twin bed bunk-style. and five twin staterooms with two twin bed in an L shape. All cabins have a private shower, a picture window or a portholes; individual climate control, a TV/DVD, and hair dryer
The common space includes the dining area , the saloon with TV, DVD player stereo and the shaded and sun deck with loungers and deck chairs.

Drink & Dine

Rajat Ampat Aggressor is a full board vessel with three meals prepared per day. Menu of the day will consist of a variety of dishes with some local Indonesian cuisine. Breakfast will consist on fresh fruits, hot entrees, cereals and juices, lunches are buffet-style. Your evening meal will include salads, vegetables, seafood, beef or chicken with a fresh homemade dessert. What's more fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, are always available on board.
If you have a favorite snack feel free to bring it with you as availability may be limited locally. For any special dietary requests, such as vegetarian meals, please inform us at time of booking and mention it to the crew on boarding Rajat Ampat Aggressor.
Beer, wine and spirits, along with carbonated mixers, are charged for onboard. Your dive guides will not allow you to dive after consuming alcohol or while still under its influence as alcohol impairs judgment and increases your risk of decompression sickness.

Technical Specification

Built: 2011
Length: 30m
Breadth: 8m
Engines: three Hino V10 420Hp diesel engines
Generators: 2 x Hino 75Kw
Compressor: 3 x Bauer Mariner II
Fresh Water Capacity: 12,000lt 2 water makers x 5000lt capacity p/day
Construction Material: Steel double hull
Max of guests: 16
Number of cabins: 8
Number of Crew: 13
Safety Equipment includes: IMO & SOLAS standards Hang bar for safety stops (where necessary); Complete First Aid Kit and medical supplies; D.A.N. Oxygen System with 100% demand regulator; Automatic External Defibrillator (AED); Fire and Smoke Detection Systems; Fire extinguishers and Fire Fighting Equipment; 406 EPIRB – Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon; Life rafts & rescue craft; Life jackets equipped with lights and whistles for all passengers and crew; Full Complement of Safety and Rescue Equipment; Emergency flares

Diving Facilities

Diving Facilities includes: Membrane type, 32% fixed Oxygen. Nitrox ($150 per 10 night charter), camera table, and fresh water showers 48 x 12lt/80cft, 2 x 15lt/100cft

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  • Itinerary: Derawan Islands

    £2454 Available
    Departure Date25th August 2019 Return Date1st September 2019
    Embark-Disembark(Berau to Berau) ItineraryItinerary: Derawan Islands
    Flight not Included    Details