S/Y Indo Siren
Award Winning Yacht of Our Luxury Liveaboard Fleet is not only owned and managed by Worldwide Dive and Sail but was built by our team to ensure every thought for the modern diver has been taken into account. Our fun and friendly crew of 12 offer attentive personal service to ensure your time aboard is truly memorable – and not only for the high-quality diving.
The 40 metre S/Y Indo Siren luxury liveaboard, launched in April 2011, she has the same specifications as her sister, the S/Y Philippine Siren. The cabins are either fixed double or twin bed, however we offer flexibility with 2 cabins which can be converted from twin to double to suit the needs of our guests. The outdoor dining area is very comfortable offering a great setting for all your meals. The dive deck is perhaps the most spacious and comfortable you would have experienced. Offering designated areas for charging and preparation of your camera and video equipment, the S/Y Indo Siren truly sets out to be the pros choice for underwater photography and videography.
Built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, and like our other liveaboard yachts, the S/Y Indo Siren is a traditional “gaft rigged Phinisi” handcrafted from ironwood and teak. You will find no other dive liveaboard as beautiful in Indonesian waters, and being that she was built by divers for divers you can rest assured every need has been thought of and is being implemented.
Komodo - Manta Alley -famed for manta rays of course! Castle & Crystal Rocks - schooling fish and reef sharks Nusa Kode- superb macro life Sangeang Island - dark volcanic sand for macro including ghost pipefish, sawblade shrimps and electric anemones Bima Bay - macro hot spot Current City- you guessed it - big fish and currents~!
Raja Ampat The whole area is know for its superb corals, plenty of colourful soft corals at Citrus Ridge and huge Sea Fans in the Misool area. Manta rays, wobbegong sharks, schools of barracuda, snapper, jacks and bumphead parrotfish plus a whole plethora of macro critters including pygmy seahorses (pontohi, bargibanti & denise), mimic octopus and cuttlefish.