Indo Master Liveaboard, Indonesia - Bluewater Dive Travel

Indo Master

The Indo Master sailing the Indonesian waters
The Indo Master sailing the Indonesian waters at sunset
Lounge chairs on the deck
Sofas on the sundeck
Twins bed in cabin below deck
A double bed with a towel shaped like swans
Twin bed cabin onboard
Top deck view with a mountain in the background
A double bed with green and yellow pillows
Luxurious twin bed accommodations
Large indoor dining area
Dive deck with complete amenities
Dive tender with the Indonesian landscape as background
Colorful fish swim by
Corals give off the brightest color

Indo master Liveaboard, Indonesia

Komodo, Raja Ampat, and the Banda Sea (7-13 Nights) | From $490++/night

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indo master quick pitch

In the realm of scuba diving, precision meets opulence with the Indo Master, which replaced the beloved Indo Siren to become the latest gem in the Master liveaboard fleet. Launched in 2022, the Indo Master seamlessly marries tradition and modernity with its phinisi-style architecture crafted from teak and ironwood. The vessel stands as a testament to Indonesia's maritime heritage, embodying meticulous craftsmanship and setting a new standard for liveaboard excellence.



The Indo Master offers excursions are based around Komodo, Raja Ampat, the Banda Sea, and more. Embarkation points vary depending on the itinerary chosen; however, guests typically embark in Labuan Bajo (Komodo trips) and Sorong (Raja Ampat trips.)


Dive Overview

Nestled within the Coral Triangle, Indonesia stands as a beacon for scuba diving enthusiasts worldwide. Its volcanic landscapes, vibrant marine life, and sunken treasures have earned it a well-deserved reputation as a diver's haven. From the bustling marine ecosystems of Raja Ampat to the enchanting coral gardens of Komodo, Indonesia promises an unparalleled underwater adventure.

Indonesia's unique volcanic geography creates an underwater tapestry, featuring dramatic drop-offs, thriving coral reefs, and breathtaking walls. Guests will dive into the heart of the famed Coral Triangle, where the nutrient-rich currents give life to an astonishing diversity of marine species. The remnants of historical wrecks, such as the USS Liberty in Bali or the underwater museum in Ambon, also add a touch of intrigue for those seeking a glimpse into Indonesia's maritime past.

[See: Ambon, Alor & Banda Sea Komodo & Raja Ampat Dive Travel Guide]

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Types of Cabins, Amenities and Photos

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indo master accommodation Details

The Indo Master accommodations, meticulously designed and tailored to meet diverse preferences, ensure that your stay on board is as unforgettable as the dives themselves. Whether you opt for the cozy Classic Cabins, the spacious Premium Cabin, the panoramic Premium Twin Cabins, or the luxurious Superior Double Cabins, each promises a unique and comfortable haven for your underwater adventures. 


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  • Unwind in simplicity and comfort with the Classic Twin Cabins aboard the Indo Master. Below deck, these cabins offer a choice of twin beds, providing a snug haven after an exhilarating day of diving. Immerse yourself in the soothing ambiance of teak finishes, and enjoy the convenience of individual air conditioning. These cabins come complete with a private ensuite bathroom, creating a cozy sanctuary tailored for dual occupants.


  • For those seeking a more intimate experience, the Classic Double Cabins provide a comfortable escape. With the option of a double bed layout, these cabins offer a warm and inviting atmosphere. Located below deck, they maintain the Indo Master's commitment to simplicity and functionality. Indulge in the comfort of individual air conditioning and appreciate the convenience of a private ensuite bathroom, ensuring a relaxing retreat for couples or solo travelers alike.
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  • For those craving a touch more space and luxury, the Premium Twin Suites on the Indo Master offer an exquisite escape. Featuring two twin beds and a Juliet balcony, these larger cabins are located on the upper deck and invite guests to spread out and unwind between dives. Dive into the comfort of your private oasis, complete with individual air conditioning and a stylish ensuite bathroom. The Premium Twin Suites elevate your liveaboard experience with a perfect fusion of space, elegance, and convenience.


  • Ascend above deck to discover the Superior Double Suite, where panoramic ocean views and Juliette balconies redefine the art of maritime living. The Indo Master's two Superior Double Suites offer not only a visual feast but also a cozy retreat. Immerse yourself in the allure of the underwater world from the comfort of your cabin, complemented by individual air conditioning and a private ensuite bathroom.
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  • Indulge in the epitome of luxury with the Premium Twin / Double Suite on the Indo Master. Redefine the liveaboard experience as you bask in the panoramic views of your private cabin. Inside, the cabins exude comfort with individual air conditioning and ensuite bathrooms, creating a sanctuary that seamlessly merges with the oceanic surroundings.



  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Ample storage
  • Extra towels

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General Facilities

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Indo master Boat Features

  • Spacious sundeck
  • Louge chairs
  • Saloon
  • Indoor dining area
  • Air-conditioned cabins
  • Ensuite bathrooms


Indo Master Dive Facilities

  • Dive deck
  • Charging station
  • Nitrox
  • Equipment rental
  • Compressors
  • Tenders

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Food & Drinks Aboard indo master

Embark on a culinary voyage aboard the Indo Master, where each meal is a chapter in a delightful story of flavors. Kickstart mornings with cooked-to-order eggs and a hot breakfast, complemented by freshly brewed coffee, teas, and hot chocolate. Then take a break at lunch for a buffet offering at least two options of chicken, fish, or red meat, paired with salads and vegetables to suit diverse tastes. Lastly, the three-course dinners feature comforting soups, a choice of 2-3 entrees, and delectable desserts. Some evenings follow themes like Indonesian or Thai night.


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Indo Master Schedule & Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person and are based on the lowest priced cabin. Port and park fees are not included.

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions and Full Rates by Itinerary]

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indo master rates 

ItineraryRates From
Eastern Banda Sea$6,540.00
The Southern Forgotten Islands$6,540.00
The Alor Archipelago$4,900.00
The Spice Islands$7,085.00
Triton Bay & Spice Islands$6,540.00
Raja Ampat, Halmahera & Lembeh$6,540.00
Komodo National Park 10N$4,900.00
Komodo National Park 7N$3,430.00
Triton Bay & Raja Ampat$6,540.00
Raja Ampat 10N$5,430.00
Raja Ampat 7N$3,738.00



  • Embarkation and disembarkation transfer between the local airport or hotel and the harbour.
  • Full board accommodation (based on shared occupancy)
  • Tea, coffee, fruit juice & soft drinks
  • Up to 4 dives daily
  • 11 litre (80 cuft) cylinder with air fills
  • Weights, weight belt and SMB



  • Marine Park & Port Fees (varies based on the itinerary, estimated US$ 200)
  • Fuel Surcharge


Important Note

Optional extras, Marine Park, Port fees and taxes payable on board the Indo Master are priced in USD. They accept cash payment in USD, Euro, GBP, AU$ or Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) as well as all major credit cards (excepting Amex). All credit card transactions will be billed in IDR dependent on the exchange rate at the time of your trip and an admin fee of 3% will be applied.



For more information on rates and availability email us at or call us at +1-310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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Dive Information & Itineraries

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Eastern Banda Sea

Diving the Eastern Banda Sea’s remote islands is only possible by liveaboard. The region stretches from Nusa Tengarra in the south to Raja Ampat in the far north with Ceram Island at the centre. Dotted in between are the tiny islands of Lucipara, Banda Neira, Gungung Api, Manuk and Nila. The Eastern Banda Sea is a diving area that offers a wide diversity of sites and sights.

This 12 night liveaboard scuba diving itinerary takes you to the remote Eastern Banda Sea starting from Saumlaki and the area surrounding Yamdena Island, then following the Banda Arc north and eastward to Kaimana and Triton Bay.

  • Highlights of scuba diving in the Eastern Banda Sea include volcanic islands, pristine reefs and pinnacles, steep walls and drop-offs, ‘Too Many Fish’ at Koon Island, sea snakes around Manoek, and muck diving with mandarin fish as a bonus. Plenty of schooling fish and pelagic sightings can be expected around many of the islands and, if you’re really lucky, you might even see some hammerhead sharks. 
  • In Triton bay, you can witness incredibly diverse and colourful soft corals reefs and marine life, including some endemic species and even an occasional whaleshark. As part of the liveaboard itinerary, we also offer some interesting land visits such as Banda Neira and the spectacular Sanggala Bay waterfall.


The Southern Forgotten Islands

Diving around Alor and Indonesia's Southern Forgotten Islands offers divers world class muck diving, pristine reefs, steep walls and a huge variety of sponges. On top of this, there are incredibly diverse and dense, colourful soft corals in addition to which occasional special encounters in the cooler water may include mola mola and thresher sharks, although there are no guarantees. Hammerhead sharks visit some areas of the Banda Sea from June to September so, if you're really lucky, you may be able to tick these wonderful pelagics off your bucket list too. 

  • Starting from Alor, on the 12 nights, Southern Forgotten Islands liveaboards itinerary, you’ll explore the world famous muck diving and the rich, colourful reefs of the Pantar Strait then cruise eastwards towards Saumlaki via the Banda Sea, diving at remote islands and pinnacles along the way.
  • Highlights include: Pristine reefs, steep walls, schooling fish and pelagic sightings, banded and olive sea snakes at Gunung Api and muck diving with possible mandarin fish sightings as a bonus for the avid underwater photographer. 


The Alor Archipelago

Alor is well known for its black, volcanic sand muck diving and macro biodiversity, while the Pantar Strait boasts healthy, colourful coral reefs, pinnacles and walls with sharks, turtles and rays as well as the possibility of a chance encounter with sunfish (aka mola mola) or even spotting orcas (killer whales). Maumere located on the north coast of Flores is an area that is famous for its diversity and is best known for its muck dives, walls and drop-offs. Maumere once held the title of most diverse spot on earth - a title currently held by Raja Ampat. It's diversity has also made Maumere a popular area of study for marine scientists over the years.

  • The Alor Archipelago is part of East Nusa Tenggara, a region that comprises multiple islands and lies 1,000 kilometres east of Bali and just north of Timor.
  • The 10 night liveaboard scuba diving itinerary takes you on a journey through the Flores Sea between Kalabahi and Maumere incorporating a variety of dive sites along the way including world famous muck sites and diverse reefs, caves and walls of the Pantar Strait, and the Alor Strait between Lembata and Flores Islands. Roughly 50km north of Lembata is Komba Island, also known as Batu Tara which is a small, active volcano with stunning underwater topography.


The Spice Islands

Located within the very heart of the Coral Triangle , the Spice Islands can be considered one of the richest marine environments, encompassing the highest diversity of coral reef fishes anywhere in the world. The vast ranging marine biodiversity in this area makes the Spice Islands an underwater paradise for avid diving enthusiasts. Immerse yourself in an underwater world which is teeming with life and bursting with colour.

  • Our Spice Islands liveaboard scuba diving itinerary takes you to some of the world famous muck diving sites in Ambon Bay and across the Banda Sea following the Spice Trail through the Inner Banda Arc to Alor. Key areas on this route are Ambon, Banda, Manoek, Nil Desperandum & Serua and the volcanic island, Gunung Api, famous for its high population of Chinese sea snakes.
  • Highlights: Amazing macro, great diversity of sponges in Alor’s pristine reefs, steep walls, incredibly dense leather coral plateaus, lava flows, mandarin fish in Banda Island, chances of pelagic shark and ray encounters. 


Triton Bay & Spice Islands

Due to their remote locations, Triton Bay and The Spice Islands are less frequented when it comes to the diving crowds. This is a region where serious divers come looking for abundant marine diversity, and a serene atmosphere away from the crowds. There are a range of dive sites that offer a plethora of underwater delights to explore, including soft coral gardens, majestic boulders, pinnacles, walls and pumping currents for exhilarating drift dives.

  • The Triton Bay & Spice Islands liveaboard scuba diving itinerary takes you on a journey through what are often referred to as the Northern Forgotten Islands. Starting from Kaimana, we explore the rich and varied reefs of Triton Bay and the Arafura Sea then cross through the Banda Sea & the Spice Islands to Ambon. 
  • Highlights: The incredibly diverse and dense colourful soft corals in Triton Bay, Sanggala Bay waterfall, steep walls, gorgeous dense leather coral plateaus, unexpected encounters such as scalloped hammerhead shark or whale shark, world class muck dive in Ambon, lava flow, and mandarin fish at Banda Island.


Raja Ampat, Halmahera & Lembeh

On the Raja Ampat, Halmahera & Lembeh liveaboard itineraries we cruise the Halmahera and Molucca Seas, exploring beautiful reefs and pinnacles where visibility can reach up to 40 metres, crossing the Equator along the way. Get ready to experience the wonders and diversity of the Dampier Strait, North Raja Ampat, the Halmahera Sea, North Moluccas and the Lembeh Strait.

  • In addition to some of the best dive sites of North Raja Ampat and the Dampier Strait, the Raja Ampat, Halmahera & Lembeh liveaboard diving itinerary includes rarely visited pristine reefs, wall drift dives and unexpected pelagic encounters in warm, crystal clear blue waters across the Halmahera and Molucca Seas. Other highlights include black sand dives, magnificent critters, large numbers of schooling fish, and big schools of barracudas.


Komodo National Park 7N

This Komodo National Park 7 nights trip visit the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve. The park is 200 nautical miles east of Bali and right between the large island of Sumbawa and Flores in Indonesia, all of which are part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Accepted under the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme in January 1977, and officially declared a World Heritage Site in 1991, the Komodo National Park encompasses 132,000 hectares of marine waters making it one of the largest protected zones in the world.

  • Diving in Komodo National Park is best done by liveaboard, which allows you to explore the area to its fullest. The park and surrounding area boasts one of the world’s richest marine environments, with over 260 species of reef building coral, 70 species of sponge, marine worms, molluscs, echinoderms, crustaceans, over 1,000 species of cartilaginous and bony fish, marine reptiles, and marine mammals.
  • Some notable marine species on this 7 night itinerary include pygmy seahorses, anglerfish, nudibranchs, manta rays, dolphins, Napoleon wrasse and groupers.
  • As no visit to Komodo National Park would be complete without encountering the world-famous dragons, our 7 night Komodo liveaboard itinerary also includes a land visit to observe these giant lizards in their natural habitat

10N itineraries also available.


Triton Bay & Raja Ampat

Only on our Triton Bay & Raja Ampat itinerary can you explore the incredible marine biodiversity in Raja Ampat, visit the Sanggala Bay waterfall where you can hike through forests inhabited by tree kangaroos to swim in a clear turquoise lake, and get awed by the gorgeous dense and diverse colourful soft corals in Triton Bay. There's a good chance of shark encounters along the way; grey and blacktip reef sharks, as well as the Raja Ampat signature sharks: the Epaulette and Wobbegong walking sharks. You may even encounter a whale shark or manta rays.

The 12 night Triton Bay & Raja Ampat liveaboard scuba diving itinerary aboard Indo Master offers up to 36 dives through the Ceram and Arafura Seas including some of the best dive locations of North and South Raja Ampat and around the Triton Bay area.

Land visits: There are usually 2 land visits included on the Triton Bay & Raja Ampat itinerary, one of which is Penemu View Point in Raja Ampat. Depending on weather conditions and logistics, the other may be one of the following:

  • Sanggala Bay Waterfall
  • Mauwera Lagoon
  • Tomolol Caves (Misool)
  • Lenmakana jellyfish lake (Misool)

On days where land visits are scheduled there may only be 2 or 3 dives offered.


Raja Ampat 7N

Diving in the region of Raja Ampat, Indonesia is all about diversity - not only diversity of species, but also of dive sites. In some areas soft corals and sea fans dominate, others have an amazing range of hard corals, seagrass beds, mangroves, shallow reefs, drop offs, caves, black sand and white sand. Then there are the fish, lots of them, in more shapes and sizes than anywhere else in the world. This 7 night itinerary visits many of the top sites in North Raja Ampat and the Dampier Strait.

  • Raja Ampat is huge, 50,000 sq km, with hundreds of islands and an astounding diversity of habitats, which translates to wildly different diving experiences from pelagic drift dives to magic muck dives and even some habitats that are special to Raja Ampat such as clear water mangroves with corals growing right next to them! There are thousands of potential dive sites. Exploration is still continuing, and on every trip there are chances for new and amazing discoveries.

10N itineraries also available.


sample itinerary

On a typical day Master Liveaboards offers up to 4 day dives or 3 day dives and a  sunset or night dive. The diving day is scheduled as follows:

  • Light Breakfast followed by a briefing and Dive 1
  • Full Breakfast, relaxation period, briefing and Dive 2
  • Lunch, relaxation period, briefing and Dive 3
  • Snack relaxation period, briefing and Dive 4, (where possible)
  • Dinner

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Other Information

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Boat Specifications

  • Built: 2022
  • Length: 47 meters
  • Breadth: 8 metres
  • Construction Material: Wood
  • Engines: 2
  • Generators: 3
  • Water Storage: 16 tonnes
  • Compressors: 2 x Bauer
  • Max guests: 18
  • Number of cabins: 9


Practical Information

  • Time Zone: GMT+8 & GMT+9
  • Local Currency: IDR (Indonesian Rupiah)
  • Language Spoken: English and Indonesian
  • Electricity: 220v
  • Payment Onboard: Cash & credit card

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