February 27th - March 8th 2023

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Liveaboard cruise Indonesia

If you like the following, this trip might be for you:

Coral Triangle

Raja Ampat probably has to offer the most colorful and healthy reef diving in the world.


Small group travel

12 divers only on this Liveaboard which makes diving experience superb.


Marine biodiversity

Raja Ampat is known as the global epicenter of marine biodiversity. Its nutrient rich waters allow the flourishing of marine life. Raja Ampat has more than 75% of the world’s coral reef species and more than 1600 species of reef fishes.


Manta Rays

But one of the highlights for divers in Raja Ampat are without doubt the manta rays. The two species are the Reef manta rays (Mobula alfredi) and the Giant manta rays (Mobula birostris).


Luxury Liveaboard

Enjoy 9 days of pure indonesian hospitality and comfort on board Emperor Raja Laut.


Big stuff

17 species of marine mammals and 22 species of sharks are found in the rich waters of Raja Ampat.


This trip is open for everybody

Viewpoints from cultures all over the globe inspire us, that’s why we love bringing people from different backgrounds together. The more diverse, the better we feel.

Raja Laut

Raja Laut means 'King of the Sea' and stepping on board this 'schooner style' inspired yacht, built from tropical hardwood, you will experience a truly regal sense of sailing the Indonesian seas; freedom, style and comfort.

- Emperor Fleet -

Best of Raja Ampat

Returning to Raja Ampat after 7 years is very exiting for me. Definetely one of my top diving destinations worldwide. I decided to take Emperor Raja Laut for a decent price and small amount of divers.

- Marcel, Tripleader/Travelbutler -

Meet your BTM Trip leader

Marcel Wilpernig

Travel Butler

Best of Raja Ampat Liveaboard cruise

Feb 27 -  Mar 8, 2023

Trip price:

€ 3.780
  • per person (see details below for what is included in this price)


  • 9 nights shared cabin
  • 3 meals a day
  • afternoon snacks
  • 1 cocktail party on a local island (weather allowing)
  • unlimited drinking water, coffee, tea
  • diving including guide, 12 litre air tanks, Nitrox
  • all Marine Park & Port Fees
  • Return airport transfers

Not included:

  • Cancellation and travel insurance
  • Equipment rental
  • Int. flights to Sorong
  • 15 litre tanks
  • alcohol, soft drinks, juices

Important: We highly recommend DiveAssure insurance which also covers force majeure and single missed days of diving due to sickness. Feel free to ask us about it. Further extensions in Indonesia are always possible we’re happy to assist! Our terms & conditions apply!

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Feb 27th – Mar 8th, 2023 9 nights Emperor Raja Laut

It would be highly recommend to arrive in Indonesia at least 1 day prior the cruise. There is several hotel options in Sorong. If you fly in to Manado an stay there for a few days (Lembeh Strait or Bunaken) you could take a short flight the day of embarkation to Sorong.

When you arrive in Sorong a colleague of Emperor Divers will pick you up at the airport or hotel and bring you to the ferry. Port of Embarkation is Wasai.

Our 9 night cruises take in sites in the Northern, Central and Southern Sections of the national park. Whereas the 7 night cruises visit the Northern and Central Sections.

Highlights may include, but are not limited to:

Central Section – dives including

  • Gam: Mayhem, Dalam and Citrus Ridge
  • Penemu: Barracuda Point, My Reef, Melisa’s Garden and Galaxy
  • Arborek: Arborek Jetty, Manta Sandy and Lolasi
  • Cape Kri Area: Cape Kri, Chicken Reef, Sardine Reef, Blue Magic, Mioskon and Mike’s Point

Northern Section – dives including

  • Wayag: Pelagic Rock, Figure 8 Rock and the world-famous Wayag Lagoon
  • Kawe: Eagle Rock and Black Rock
  • Aljui Bay: Pearl Farm Jetty, White Wall, Teardrop and Waterlogged

Southern Section – dives including

  • Daram Area: Candy Store, Wet Dream and Two Tree
  • Wayilbatan Area: Wedding Cake, Barracuda, Dunia Kecil and Four Kings
  • Fiabacet Area: Boo Windows, Tank Rock, Nudi Rock, Shadow Reef and Whale Rock
  • Pele Area: Pele Playground, Netted Corner, Kaleidoscope and Tobblerone

MY Emperor Raja Laut

Asia’s geography, climate, logistics and infrastructure present its own unique challenges and, with this in mind, the Raja Laut was designed with the specific requirements for yacht charter in South East Asia.

Raja Laut means ‘King of the Sea’ and stepping on board this ‘schooner style’ inspired yacht, built from tropical hardwood, you will experience a truly regal sense of sailing the Indonesian seas; freedom, style and comfort. Itineraries include the areas of Komodo, Raja Ampat, Banda, Flores and Alor.

At a Glance

  • Extremely eye-catching ‘schooner-style’ yacht for only 12 guests
  • Sailing the Indonesian seas including Komodo, Raja Ampat and Banda
  • All port and park fees are included in our all-inclusive pricing
  • Free glass of wine with dinner
  • Free Nitrox
  • All cabins are ensuite and with air-con
  • Spacious teak deck for relaxing and eating alfresco
  • Two large RIBs get you to the perfect dive spot
  • All Emperor Raja Laut sailings are guaranteed no matter how many guests

She comfortably accommodates 12 guests in 6 cabins (3 double bed cabins, 3 twin bed cabins), each with ensuite, mini safe, individually controlled air-conditioning and fan.

  • On the same level as the cabins is a lounge area, fully air-conditioned with a 49″ HD flat screen, movie, music & book library, board games and mini-bar
  • On the stunning teak upper deck are multiple beds for sunbathing or lounging, both in the sun and under shade, and a central dining table where meals are served alfresco under a large awning.
  • All diving is done from two large RIBs with outboards to get you to the perfect dive spot every time. She offers free NITROX, all diving and safety equipment and two dive guides. SMBs are provided FREE of charge on-board

Raja Ampat, which in Indonesian means the Four Kings, is a Marine Park world renowned for being the epicentre of marine biodiversity. The park covers a large area with approximately 170 nautical miles separating the northern and southern extremities. It would be possible to dive for weeks and weeks without seeing the same sites twice.

Raja Ampat can be divided into three sections covering the North, Central and Southern Sections. Spectacular scenery both above and below the water make this heritage area unique and a bucket list item for both divers and lovers of nature.

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