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SCHEDULE & RATES


2017

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

2880

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

2200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

2700

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

2700

2018

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat North (Sorong - Sorong)

2700

Komodo (Labuan Bajo - Labuan Bajo)

1420

Komodo (Labuan Bajo - Labuan Bajo)

1420

Komodo (Labuan Bajo - Labuan Bajo)

1420

Komodo (labuan Bajo - Labuan Bajo)

1420

Komodo Private Charter

BY REQUEST

Ambon - Banda Sea - Ambon

3800

Ambon - Banda -Ambon

3680

Ambon - Banda - Raja Ampat (Sorong)

3680

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat Xmass (Sorong - Sorong)

3200

Raja Ampat NY (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

2019

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat (Sorong - Sorong)

3360

Raja Ampat North (Sorong - Sorong)

2850

Arrivals and Departure Info

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURE INFO
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Sailing season: November to April

Arrival and Departure:
Airport: Sorong, in West Papua.
• Check in time: before 1 PM *
• Check out time: before 1 PM *
* Depending on flight timings

There is no international airport in Sorong,
so you will need to take a domestic ????light
from you entry point in Indonesia that can
be Jakarta, Denpasar, Makassar (also known
as Ujung Pandang) or Manado.


Incoming Flights:
• Via Jakarta (Sorong is Jakarta
time + 2 hours)
• Via Bali (transit in Makassar)
• Via Manado (served by Singapore
Airlines and Silkair)

Please contact us for any further
information—whether you would like us to
provide you more information on flight
schedules or transit hotels or to buy your
domestic flight tickets.

PAYMENTS

We receive payments by bank transfer in Indonesia.
To secure booking a payment of 30% of the total amount is requested. Balance payment is required at least 60 days before departure. To discuss different payment options, please contact us. Additional charges such as port & park entry fees will be added to your invoice. We can also help you arrange the booking of your domestic flights at cost price.

CANCELLATIONS

Should the CHARTERER cancel the cruise, no deposit will be returned. Should the CHARTERER cancel the cruise 60 days before the cruise begins, 70% of final payment will be refund. Should the CHARTERER cancel the cruise less then 60 days before the cruise begins, no refund will be done.

If the OWNER cancels, the OWNER shall reimburse the CHARTERER, for all deposits paid as of cancellation date. Cancellations by OWNER or CHARTERER are to be in writing and acknowledged by both parties.

INCLUSIONS

• Car transfer to/from airport
• Full crew with planned itinerary
• Full board accommodation
• 3 meals/day and snacks
• 3 dives/day + alternating additional
night dives
• 1 Western cruise director/instructor
+ 1 Dive guide

 

• Fishing Equipment where allowed
• Snorkeling equipment
• Kayaks
• Wake Boards and SUB-Paddles
• Airport Transfers
• Basic Laundry Service
• Standard Medical Supplies
• Emergency Breathing Oxygen

EXCLUSIONS

• Park and Port fees:
– Raja Ampat: 180€/pers
– Komodo: 140€/pers
– Forgotten Islands/Maluku: 200€/pers
• Dive Equipment rental (see details)
• Alcoholic beverages
• Crew gratuities
• Domestic, Visa fees and airport taxes

BANK DETAILS

Country: Indonesia
City: Bulukumba
Bank: Bank Mandiri (Persero) TBK
Bank address: BRANCH – KCB Bulukumba, Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia.
SWIFT: BMRIIDJAXXX
Bank no (BIC): BMRIIDJA
IBAN: 1740000833947
Account holder name: PT. Calico Jack Perkasa /Please mention, that this is Company account,  not Private./
Account holder adderess: Jl. Porus, Bara, Desa Bira, Kec. Bontobahari, Kab. Bulukumba, Sulawasi Selatan, Indonesia
Purpose of payment: /invoice No. and name of the guest/
Correspondence bank /for Hong Kong/: Bank of China , Bank of East Asia, City Bank Hong Kong, DBS Bank, Hang Seng Bank, Public Bank, Shanghai Commercial Bank, Wing Hang Bank, Wing Lung Bank, Dah Sing Bank, KDB Asia, Nanyang commercial bank.

EQUIPMENT RENTAL RATES

Complete set of dive equipment (BCD, Fins, Regulator, Wetsuit, Mask, Computer) €25/day

Complete regulator with octopus and pressure gauge

7€ / day

BCD

7€ / day

Wet suit

5€ / day

Torch

5€ / day

Dive Computer

5€ / day

Fins

2€ / day

Diving mask

Free

SCHEDULE & RATES PAYMENTS & RENTAL FLIGHT INFO INSURANCE TRAVEL TIPS

FLIGHT INFO

Sorong

Flight info presented here is aimed at international travellers seeking the quickest route to Raja Ampat from outside Indonesia and so ignores flights to Sorong from airports not serviced by international flights (Ambon, Jayapura etc).

  • Sorong’s airport is Domine Eduard Osok (IATA code: SOQ)
  • There are no international flights into Sorong
    There are no direct (non-stop) flights from Bali to Sorong

Via Jakarta:

  • Lots of airlines fly from Southeast Asian hubs to Jakarta.
    Jakarta airport has a free shuttle bus between the international and domestic terminals until 11 pm, taking up to 30 minutes. After that a taxi can take you between the terminals.  Indonesian domestic flights are often delayed, so please plan enough time for your travel and connections.

Via Makassar:

  • Silk Air flies from Singapore to Makassar (flights codeshared with Singapore Airlines and Garuda Indonesia)
  • Air Asia offers direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Makassar

Via Manado:

  • Silk Air flies Singapore to Manado (flights codeshared with Singapore Airlines)

Domestic Flights to Sorong

Labuan Bajo

The easiest and most common departure point for flights to Labuan Bajo are from Denpasar Airport – Bali. International flights to Labuan Bajo and not currently available, so plan on connecting flights from Bali.

Flights to Labuan Bajo are usually on smaller aircraft and can be quite sensitive to luggage allowances! Most Airlines limit you to 20kg (44 lbs.) but these rules are more dependent on the person at the counter than anything else.

The times of these schedules for flights to Labuan Bajo are flexible and can change without prior notice! Please double check with a reliable travel agent or with the airline directly to confirm times!

Alor

Comming from Jakarta, Surabaya or Denpasar (Bali) you reach Alor via Kupang (West Timor). Kupang is approached by different airline companies (Garuda, Lion Air and Sriwijaya Air) daily.
TransNusa and Wings Air offers daily flights from Kupang to Alor.

For example:
JAKARTA – KUPANG Batik Air ID6540 etd 0310 eta 0710
KUPANG – ALOR Wings Air IW1943 etd 0840 eta 0920

Domestic Flights to Labuan Bajo

Ambon (Maluku)

There are direct flights to Ambon (Maluku) from Jakarta, Surabaya and Makassar as well as from small airports in Maluku and West Papua. With four airlines offering flights from Jakarta to Ambon each day, it is usually more time and cost effective to travel through Jakarta. Time constrained divers can make use of the overnight flight with Lion Air or Batavia, or for those with a more relaxed schedule, there is the opportunity to rest at one of a choice of convenient airport hotels before an early start to Ambon.

Saumlaki (Forgotten islands)

The most popular route to access Saumlaki (Forgotten Islands) is via Ambon. Ambon can be reached via Bali, Jakarta and some other domestic cities.

For example :
JAKARTA – AMBON Batik Air ID6170 etd 0030 eta 0600
AMBON – SAUMLAKI Wings Air IW1516 etd 1250 eta 1420

Insurance

INSURANCE

Do I really need this?

As a diver, you are aware of the multiple risk related to scuba diving activities, sometimes diving insurance including Air Transportation are required for some remote diving area and Recompression Chamber asset is a “Must Have” to participate to these dive liveaboard cruise or any diving activities.

In any case, It is C.O.M.P.U.L.S.O.R.Y for our divers & dive traveller to have one insurance prior to taking part in any diving activities as in case of any accident. Dive insurance provide a generous Coverage and benefit for emergency evacuation and hyperbaric chamber treatments. You will be happy to have this specific insurance to provide fast & professional medical supports and the cost coverages.

Do I really need dive accident insurance? I have primary medical coverage.

Your primary medical insurance may exclude scuba diving as a hazardous recreational activity. If it covers scuba diving, it may pay only a minimal amount for chamber treatment. Many policies may not cover you when you are out of your region or out of the country.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW:

Nowadays, some travel insurance has “included” scuba diving coverage. But they might not have the local network properly set diving medical supports to help you in “bad events”, and many of the travel insurance has 30 m depth limit policies, which is not always enough. Even if you don’t plan to go deeper than 30 m there is always a chance you may overshoot, or circumstances dictate that you go deeper. This is the reason we recommend our divers to subscribe to a REAL Dive Insurance.

  • DiveAssure members are eligible for the most comprehensive Diving Accident and Dive Travel insurance plans.
  • Provide 24/7 medical hotlines and supervision of diving emergencies operated by specialists at Duke Dive Medicine at Duke University.
  • Specialize exclusively in diving. Our expertise makes a difference.
  • Pay directly to service providers. You don’t have to leave a deposit or other guarantees.
  • 24-hours, 7 days a week, medical assistance, in the event of a diving accident or illness worldwide.
  • Emergency Evacuation from almost anywhere in the world to an appropriate medical facility for both diving & non-diving accidents.
  • A range of Travel Assistance benefits, including pre-trip information, return of travel companion, emergency cash advance, and much more. Read TravelAssist Benefits & Conditions Here.
  • Medical advice.
  • Access to Optional DAN Dive injury (Treatment) Insurance Plans<
  • There are several treatment plans for divers to choose from at the time of joining DAN.
  • Flexibility in the choice of plan for each family member. If electing to take out a treatment insurance plan, each family member can select the plan that best matches their individual needs.

Must I Buy a Travel Insurance ?

Unlike Dive insurance which is a “must” when you go for a liveaboard trip, Travel insurance is an “option”, none of our dive packages have TRAVEL INSURANCE required to be able to board/check-in, so this is your own decision. It’s really depends how you are traveling and the risk of any uncertainties during your holidays.

However, we strongly suggest our divers to take out travel insurance to cover any loss that might happen. Especially for these who book a trip long ahead.

Travel insurance can provide the coverage that the dive insurance do not cover.

For example: diving accident insurance will pay the diving related medical costs such as hyperbaric chamber treatments, but during a trip you may incur many other expenses or lose, some or all of your trip investment through scenarios such as non-diving medical situations, cancellation and interruption due to many reasons like inclement weather, personal or family issues, airlines delay… etc. A travel insurance will protect you against such unforeseen scenarios.

What does travel insurance cover?

Different insurance policies have different terms and conditions and coverage levels, so reading the fine print of each program is essential. So, what does travel insurance cover?

The short answer is: Cancellations, medical expenses, evacuations, loss or delays, and 24/7 assistance. These are the 5 basic types of coverage provided with vacation insurance.

The No.1 concern for most travelers is Cancellations: Plane tickets, cruise fare, tour packages, hotel rooms, charter diving boats… As when you plan a dive trip, you are investing money, and if these expenses are pre-paid and non-refundable within certain time-limits, you risk losing it if something goes wrong. Trip Cancellation Coverage reimburses you for pre-paid, non-refundable expenses if you need to cancel your trip before you depart.

The same goes to the Trip Interruption Coverage, for example: if something happens and you are required to return home, insurance will reimburse you for the lost portion of your trip…as well as any additional expenses for the last-minute flight home.

Then the Medical Expense Coverage will cover you for accidents and emergency medical and dental care when you travel abroad.

Emergency Evacuation Coverage will pay for emergency evacuation expenses such as airlifts and medically equipped flights back home, and oftentimes will transport you to the hospital of your choice for care.

Baggage Coverage can reimburse you for your personal belongings if your luggage is lost, stolen or damaged.

Baggage Delay Coverage provides money to buy essential items until your delayed bags arrive, such as a toiletry kit, a swimsuit, or another change of clothes.

Travel Delay Coverage provides reimbursement for additional expenses if your flight is delayed, such as an extra night in a hotel or a meal at a restaurant.

And the 24/7 Travel Assistance Services can help you with: Locate the nearest adequate hospital if needed, Organize medical transportation, Arrange for treatment and overcome any language barriers, Organize transportation home, Replace prescriptions in an emergency, Lost baggage search; stolen luggage replacement assistance, Lost passport/travel documents assistance, Travel information including visa/passport requirements, Emergency telephone interpretation assistance.

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