Luxury Diving Accommodation in Raja Ampat

We have visited Raja Ampat to dive and explore extensively. With both resorts and liveaboards to choose from, here is a selection of those that we think are the best for a diving holiday in Raja Ampat.

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Silolona

Far East > Indonesia

If you want the ultimate in liveaboard luxury then look no further than Silolona. It really doesn’t get much better. Read more

Si Datu Bua

Far East > Indonesia

The sister boat to Silolona has arrived, and it is every bit as impressive and luxurious. Defining ‘Dive in Style’, this sailing yacht will allow you to experience some of the best diving spots on earth from the extreme comfort of Si Datu Bua. Read more

Tiger Blue

Far East > Indonesia

The Tiger Blue liveaboard is an immaculate and newly built 34m traditional Phinisi. Being newly built she is one of the faster boats under power, an important consideration when you visit destinations like Raja Ampat where the distances from north to south are not inconsiderable. As well as Raja... Read more

Sorido Bay

Indonesia > Far East > Raja Ampat

A two hour boat journey from the town of Sorong takes you to the remote Sorido Bay Resort, one of the pioneering resorts in this part of the world and the very best place from which to dive some of the world’s best dive sites. Read more

Arenui Liveaboard

Far East > Indonesia

The Arenui liveaboard is a traditional Indonesian wooden vessel sailing the waters of Komodo, Maluku, Raja Ampat, Banda and beyond to provide incredible diving without sacrificing luxury or comfort. Read more

Amanikan Liveaboard

Far East > Indonesia

Combine a stay at Amanwana, with a Komodo Expedition. The Aman group are now offering this amazing adventure - from the incomparable and original Amanwana on Moyo Island to the dragon-infested islands of Komodo with their pristine reefs and sensational marine life staying on the Amanikan boat. Read more

The Seven Seas Liveaboard

Far East > Indonesia

The Seven Seas is a 45-metre, traditionally built Indonesian sailing schooner built from the finest ironwood. Custom-designed, she is perfectly suited for cruising, island hopping, diving and relaxation. Read more

SY Asia

Indonesia > Far East > Raja Ampat

SY Asia is a magnificent, 100ft luxury charter yacht launched in January 2009. She is now available for charter throughout Southeast Asia. Read more

Misool Eco Resort

Indonesia > Far East > Raja Ampat

Misool Eco Resort is in one of the most beautifully remote places we have ever been. The diving, and the place, are very special. Read more

Dewi Nusantara

Indonesia > Far East > Raja Ampat

Dewi Nusantara is one of a handful of great quality boats operating in the top diving locations in Indonesia. It doesn't get much better. Read more

M S/V WAOW

Indonesia > Far East > Raja Ampat

Launched in April 2012, WAOW builds on years' of diving experience and everything you could ever want has been put on board for your complete comfort. Read more

Alila Purnama

Indonesia > Far East > Flores & Komodo

Explore the lesser known areas of the Indonesian Archipelago aboard a luxury liveaboard Phinisi ship, literal translation – super cool handcrafted wooden boat. Alila Purnama, aside from being traditional in style, is right up there with other clean sailing counterparts. Read more

Amandira Liveaboard

Indonesia > Far East > Komodo

Amandira fuses the Sanskrit words for ‘peace’ and ‘intrepid’, and this is exactly what she offers guests – the chance to become an intrepid explorer, diving some of the Indonesian archipelago’s most remote reefs, without foregoing the comfort of a luxury hotel. Read more

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