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Emperor Raja Laut

Emperor Raja Laut; a ‘schooner style’ inspired yacht built from tropical hardwood with fine accommodation for 12 guests in 6 cabins, each with ensuite, individually controlled air-conditioning and fan. Raja Laut means ‘King of the Sea’ and stepping on board you’ll experience a truly regal sense of sailing the Indonesian seas.



3 cabins with a double and a single bunk above, 3 cabins with a double bed

12 Divers

Beverages extra

Take two outstanding liveaboards, add your “bucket list” itinerary; Komodo, Raja Ampat, Banda, Flores and Alor and you’ve got all you need to explore the magical Indonesian Archipelago with some of the most diverse marine life on the planet.

Indonesia is a destination that offers so much above and below water: a staggering diversity of marine life ranging from the smallest to the largest such as pygmy seahorses to whale sharks and an amazing variety in between. Non-divers will love the range of land-based charms like beaches, temples, wildlife (think Komodo dragons), rice terraces, mangrove forests – beautiful scenery and friendly people.

The meals on-board are usually buffet style with a variety of local and international dishes to suit everyone. Local food is traditionally a bit spicey, fish is available on-board, mostly frozen with a few fresh catches along the way. Water, tea and coffee are complimentary. Soft drinks, fresh juices and alcohol (cocktails, liquors, wine and beer) are chargeable.

All Emperor Fleet boats have a minimum of two guides on board. For all diving sites visited en route our dive guides will give you a detailed and comprehensive dive briefing before you enter the water. When the guide is in the water, they will remain with the group to navigate the site and to look out for any interesting marine life to show you.  NITROX is free on all Emperor liveaboards, where available.


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Emperor includes all marine park and port fees and any fuel surcharge in the price of the trip... no hidden costs at the end!



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