AGGRESSOR FLEET
Home
   |  Contact  

 
Agent Login Press
Aggressor Adventure Travel
Raja Ampat Aggressor :

 

Log Date: Saturday, Oct 20, 2018
Entry By: Raja Ampat Aggressor Crew









 



Raja Ampat Aggressor

Captain’s log *20th October 2018  

Rajat Ampat

*Air Temp. 28 - 35 C  

*Water Temp. 28 C - 30 C

 

CREW:

Captain: Ervanto

Chief Officer: Salgap

Cruise Director: Remi

Chief Engineer: Yuli

2nd Engineer: Daryanto

Dive Technician: Rahmat

Deck Hand: Jasman

Chef: Komang

2nd Chef: Irwan

Stewardess: Noci

Stewardess: Lulu

Dive master: Jemy

Dive master: Jerod

Divemaster: Reki

Tender Driver: Carly

Tender Driver: Ody

 

DIVE SITES:

Su: Sagof, Faramundi, Baby Rock, Wagmab

Mo: Black Rock, Andiamo, Candy Store, Candy Store

Tu: Gorgonian Passage, barracuda Rock, Wedding Cake, Barracuda Rock

We: Boo West, Nudis Rock, Thank Rock, Whale Rock

Th: Shadow Reef, Boo Window, Yillet Kecil, Romeo

Fr: Antichovy, Surprise, Love Potion Number 9

Sa: Melissa’s Garden, Keruo Chenal, Galaxy, Keruo Night

Su: Mayhem 1, Arborek Jetty, Sauwandarek, Mioskon

Mo:

 

 

GUESTS: Bill, Annie, Liz, Eagle, Matthew, Brian, Patrick, Gregory, Dona, Trev, Vix, Bernard, Pascale, Jeanne, Sal

 

Saturday 20th October

At the scheduled time, the divemaster went to great the guests at their hotel. They took them into taxi and drive them to the harbor. There, more crew members were waiting to transfer the guests by dinghies to the yacht that was anchor in the bay of Sorong. Once on-board, the rest of the crew welcomed them and they could enjoy a fresh towel as well as a welcome drink. Then the Cruise Director introduce all the guests to their stateroom.

Soon after this, the bell rang for the first time of the trip, inviting the guests to go to the salon to enjoyed the first meal: an Indonesian style buffet. They could start meeting each other around some delicious local food prepared by our dedicated Chef Komang and his second Irwan.

After these tasty meals, the Cruise Director gave an introduction briefing about the boat and the upcoming 10 days, explaining the different area of the yacht and the daily schedule as well as other safety procedures. It was also a good moment for a table round to make sure every guest introduced their self to the other.

During the rest of the afternoon, the guests could start preparing their dive gear, helped by the three divemaster Reki, Jerod and Jemy. It was also a good time to start checking their camera systems and charging their batteries. The rest of the afternoon, most of the guest took a rest, some just had a long commute to the boat from Europe or USA.

Dinner was served after sunset and the guests share it in the salon, talking about their diving experience and sharing some expectation. Once finished, all the crew came to present their-self personally. After this, Remi gave some explanation about the diving area for the next 10 days. It was followed by the first dive briefing done by Remi about dive procedures and organization aboard the Rajat Ampat Aggressor yacht including safety protocols as well. Then it was time for a good night of sleep while the boat was navigating toward our first diving destination: Sagof. The fearless captain Ervanto and his second in command Chief Salgap droves all night.

Sunday 21st October

The vessel arrived in sight of Balbulol Archipelago before dawn and anchor in front of a rock name Sagof where we will do our first dive. This Archipelago is situated around the island of Misool in South Rajat Ampat.

At sunrise, the first guests started to wake up and gather in the salon to enjoy an early breakfast buffet made of cereals, fresh, bread, croissant, fruits and cheese. Just before the briefing time, Divemaster Reki went to check the current and the dive site condition.

The first dive briefing was held in the salon, where we could display the map of the site on the TV. Remi, the Cruise Director, gave some tips to the divers about their buoyancy control for the Check dive and details the diving condition and the kind of marine life to expect during this immersion. After this, all the divers went into the dive deck and the first group started to gear up. All the divers were divided in three groups and they will jump with an interval of 10mn to have a more enjoyable time underwater. The site, Sagof, is a rock breaching the surface. It is elongated and we start on the North side of it. We follow a wall cover in soft coral and sea fans toward the East corner. A big schools of Longfin Platax followed us during the first part of the dive and Jacks were spotted in the blue, hunting small silver fish called Puri in Indonesia. At the corner, the diver could enjoy a big overhang where they found a Frogfish. After that, we follow the wall on the other side, still going right shoulder. A few meters after starting this side, the two first Bargibanti pygmy Seahorse were spotted, one was pregnant. Toward the middle of this side of Sagof, a Wobbegong sharks, sleeping on top of a rock was seen, as well as a few Painted Lobster in their holes. To complete this first dive, a reef Mantas passed by at the end of the dive.

Back at the surface, the two dinghy drivers, Ody and Carly, were waiting to take the divers safely back to the Yacht where the crew was waiting to welcome them and assist them. Once the tank removed, all the guests enjoy a shower on the dive deck before having a warm towel placed on their shoulder with a little massage from the crew, a specialty of the Rajat Ampat Aggressor.

Shortly after this, the bell rang for the full breakfast in the salon. Every day the passengers can enjoy a choice of typical Indonesian breakfast with other Western food. Then it was time for a small resting time, most of the divers sharing their first impression of the dive and some of them adjusting their gears and weight systems.

As the bell rang for the second dive of the day, we all meet on the dive deck for the briefing, with the map draw by hand on the white board. The selected site for this immersion is call Faramundi Pinnacle, slightly East from our first location. This seamount starts at 7 meters/21 feet below the surface and have an elongated form. It is slopping on the edge before turning into a wall. The current was small and the water temperature was around 28℃/82℉. We jumped on the South-east corner, were big schools of black Surgeon fish, Yellow Snappers and Fusilier were present. Then we slowly make our way along the North side of the seamount, enjoying the company of a Hawksbill Turtle, Banded Sea Snake, Wobbegong Sharks, Yellow spotted Jacks and some Bonitos. The dive was really easy and pleasant and two of the divers started practicing buoyancy skills with Remi in order to get their SSI Advanced Adventurer certification. They did a good job and improve their diving skills.

Back to the vessel after the dive, the lunch buffet prepared by the Chef Komang and his assistant Irwan was ready. Today’s Menu was made of Spaghetti Bolognaise, Fired Fish, Soup, Sauté Vegetable, Salad Bar, Fruit and Bread Pudding. The guests enjoyed it a lot and then when for a well deserve nap on the sun deck, relaxing before the afternoon dive.

The third dive of this day was done around a rock name Baby Rock, due to it small size breaching the surface. After the divemaster check the current, the briefing was done in the salon before the divers geared up. We jumped on the South side of the rock over a ridge starting at 12 meters/36 feet. This ridge and the following wall were covered with colorful soft coral and Gorgonian Fan. The sun made all the colors coming out and made the scenic really pleasant and enjoyable. More critters were spotted like Bargibanti pygmy Seahorse, Candy Crabs, Lobster but also important schools of Fusiliers, Anthias and Surgeon around the ridge.

As the diver came back on-board, some snacks and fresh fruit juice were served on the dive deck as refreshment. Then it was the perfect time for a relaxation time on the sun deck, waiting for the stunning sunset of the day. Some guests decided to get a massage, done by Kadek and Lulu, our lovely stewardess.

The bell rang for the night dive and the diver geared up while the last light of the day disappears over the horizon. We dove along the South Wall of Wagmad island. The dive was easy, letting the divers cruise slowly along the wall cover in hard coral. The top of the site was a large flat plateau made of coral bump. Water was at 29℃/85℉ and lots of small critters were found such Bobtail Squid, Octopus, Decorator Crabs, Split and painted Lobster, Marble Shrimp, Nudibranchs, Flatworms and Mushroom Coral Shrimps.

Once all the divers got dry after coming back on the vessel, the dinner was ready. As for every night, the Chef Komang introduce the menu in the salon and tonight it was an Indonesian Menu with some Tuna and Balinese Sweet. Then Remi gave a briefing about the following day of diving, explaining the destination and the kind of dive to expect. This was followed by the daily lecture; the topic of the day was Rajat Ampat. The guests could learn about the history of the area and National Park as well as why it is one of the most famous diving destinations in the world.

Then it was time to go to bed for most of our guests, feeling a bit tired after this first wonderful day of diving. Some of the divers stayed a little bit longer in the salon, sharing some dive stories and getting to know each other more.

The boat stay anchor for the night in front of Wagmad.

Monday 22nd October

In the early hours of the day, the crew pull up the anchor and start motoring the yacht toward our next destination for this second day of diving in South Rajat Ampat. Today we will be diving in the archipelago of Daram, the eastern part of Misool area. The vessel arrived in sight of the first dive sight as the first light of the day started to flood the sky and the first divers waking up for the first breakfast.

The first location was a rock name Black Rock. This is situated in the open ocean, perfect location to enjoy lots of marine life. After the divemaster check the currents and condition, every one gather in the salon to listen the dive briefing before getting in the water. We jumped on the West side of the reef, where lots of fishes were hanging there: Blue and Yellow Fusiliers, Batfish, Travely and also a Mackerel passing by. The small currents allow us to drift toward the North corner were a ridge start going deeper. There some Mobulas ray were spotted swimming in the blue while we could hear some Dolphins. But despite our effort we couldn’t see them. The last part of the dive was on the shallow plateau where a school of Bigeye Barracudas was present as well as aa Wobbegong sharks. Also, a massive school of Yellow Snappers was found there.

As the dive was over, the yacht moved slightly east to another group of islands in Daram area. The following dive was around 2 big rocks breaching the surface, a site call Andiamo. Current was small and visibility around 20 meters/ 60 feet. We jumped on the corner of the South Ridge and went on the wall following the left shoulders, after spending a couple of minutes with a big school of Fusilier and Batfish. It was time for two of our guests to do their Deep Dive Adventures, in order to get their Advanced certification. While they were practicing skills at 30 meters/100 feet, two Whitetips reef sharks passed under them. At the end of the first wall, other pinnacles were explored before returning around the reef where a big Wobbegong Sharks was found sleeping on top of coral, fully exposed. Also, two Titan Triggerfish were found fighting with a huge Napoleon Wrasse.

The last day dive and the night dive were at Candy Store. As the visibility was a bit less than in the morning, the divemaster focused on a wall, finding a lot of critters such as Denise and Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorse, Painted Lobster, Candy Crabs and Sexy Shrimps. A few Jacks were seen as well as a Blacktip Reef sharks patrolling the North side of the dive site and lots of Puri fish with Mackerel hunting them on the East pinnacle. During the night dive, a Pick-handle Barracuda was hunting close to the divers, using their light to find his prey. We also found the first Walking Shark of the trips, laying under a rock. More Nudibranchs and Crabs of different types were also spot by the divers.

After dinner, the Cruise Director explain the following day of diving before giving a presentation about Pygmy Seahorse, explaining the different species that can be found around the world and in Rajat Ampat. He also explained the guests about their mating behavior and the predators they have in the wild ocean. Then it was time for a good night of sleep while the vessel moved more South to Wayilbatan island, the destination for the next days. We arrived there around midnight and anchor in calm water for the rest of the night.

 

Tuesday 23rd October

Morning arrived and the first sun rays rose in the sky. During the night, the yacht was drove toward Wayilbatan island, in the deeper part of Rajat Ampat, South-East of Misool. We will stay around this part of the marine part for a few days.

 

First dive of the day was on the East channel of the island in a place call Gorgonian Passage. This wall is a nice drift dive and it is cover by a good amount of huge Gorgonian of different species and colors. And as it is possible to spot them in sea fans, we found different Pygmy Seahorse: Bargibanti and Denise one’s. Toward the end of the wall, a family of Humphead Parrotfish was found as well as Oriental Sweetlips.

 

After a breakfast, the divers start to gear up for the second dive of this sunny day around a rock name Barracuda Rock. We start on the south part of it, swimming along a wall and looking inside a huge overhang. Lots of small Silver fish (Puri) were moving along the wall, attracting a school of Jacks. As the current was small, the divers could go all the way to the end of the ridge, finding a school of Barracudas resting in the blue. Back on the reef, we went to the other side of the rocks where we finish the dive on a healthy coral garden fill with life

 

Lunch and nap time were over at the beginning of the afternoon and we decide to make the third immersions of the day around a place name Wedding Cake. The rocky topography of the East side looks like the layer of a wedding cake, giving this name to the site. On the split point we could enjoy a big school of Fusilier and Anchovy. Then we slide along the wall to go in the backside. We found on our way a baby Scorpion Fish, Lion fish, Flabelina and Hairy Octopus just to name a few. The last part of the dive was on the sunny side of the rock and the colors coming from the soft coral were stunning.

 

Back on-board some snacks were waiting for the divers alongside with some fruit shake.

The night dive took place at Barracuda Rock as well. Only one diver decided to go for it and he was rewarded by nice critters underwater. Along the wall, divemaster Reki found Electric Clams, baby Cuttlefish, flying Flatworms and another Epaulette Shark.

 

At the end of the dinner, for dessert, the whole crew gather in the salon to celebrate Brian birthday. They sang many songs and the Chef had prepared a special cake for the occasion. Brian blow out the candles and was cheered up by all the guests and the crew. After all these emotions, Remi had a slideshow about Sharks, detailing their unique characteristic, reproduction behavior and the threat they are now facing in the modern human world.

 

The boat stayed anchor around Wayil Island for the night, in the calm water, letting the guests enjoyed a good night of rest.

 

Wednesday 24th October

As the sun started to rose over the horizons, the crew had anchored the yacht in the area of Fiabacet, a bit more South-East of Wayil. The guests started to waked-up and enjoyed a stunning sunrise, with no cloud in the sky.

After having a light breakfast, it was time to get ready for the first dive of the day around the rock name Boo West. This elongated rock keeps stretching underwater for a while before stopping suddenly at 20 meters/60 feet. Then after a small gap another seamount cover in soft-coral and Sea fan start. In this Gap, two Grey reef sharks and an Eagle ray were seen by some of the divers. The current was mild and the guests could enjoy a drift along this rock.

The second dive was at Nudis Rock, name like that due to its shape outside the water. The underwater landscape is stunning and most of the reef is made of very colorful soft coral and Gorgonian. It is easy to spot 7 different soft coral color on one rock only. The sun reaching the underwater reef made the color even brighter. Some Barracuda were spots during this dive as well as a Reef Manta passing in the blue. Hawksbill Turtle and Walking sharks were also present on the East tip of this site.

After a good lunch with home-made burger, it was the usual time for a nap on the sun bed, getting some tan and sleep. The time for the third immersion of the day was here and the chosen location was Tank Rock. This long wall goes from West to East and end up on two Pinnacle at 25 meters/75 feet deep. The current let us drift along the South side and we came back slowly along the North side were the currents was really low. During the dives, Blacktips reef Sharks, Pick-handle Barracuda and Tuna kept coming back and forth looking at the divers. On the critters side, Octopus, Blennies, Candy Crabs and lots of Gobies were seen.

Thursday 25th October

The first light of the day appeared over the horizons and the boat was already at our first dive location.

This famous seamount, Shadow Reef, start at 8 meters/25 feet below the surface and is very large. On the side it drops into a wall going deeper than 40 meters/120 feet. The south side have an elongated deep ridge going toward a small pinnacle. We jumped on the North side, on the point were the medium current was splitting on this day. There a lot of Grey reef Sharks, Tuna, Jacks and Bonito were seen as well as two Dolphin plating around. We drift toward the pinnacle while enjoying the company of more sharks and big silver fish on the ridge. The pinnacle is reputed to be a Manta cleaning station and once we get there, a Reef Manta was cleaning. We could hook there and enjoy her company for a while, tacking pictures and video. Then we swim back to the top of the seamount where another Manta was cleaning and waiting for the divers to shot her with their camera. The dolphin came back again and some divers could see them. During the dive we could also spot lots of schools of Fusilier, Snappers and Puri fish.

The two other day dive where slightly more West at two site name Boo Windows and Yillet Kecil. This place a fill with Gorgonian fans where we spotted Rajat Ampat and Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorses. A school of Pick-Handle Barracuda and school of Big-eye Jacks were seen as well along with Blacktip reef Sharks and Spanish Mackerel. For the reef life, these places are abundant in Goby fishes, Anthias, different kind of Sweetlips and Napoleon Wrasse. Visibility for the day was an average of 15 meters/45 feet and the water temperature was around 28℃/82℉.

After the afternoon dive, we all gather into the two dinghies and the crew drove us to the beach of Yillet island where there is a ranger station. These rangers are working for the Misool Foundation that monitor the area and the no fishing zone. We walked on the white sandy beach and in there, a dozen of juveniles Blacktip sharks were swimming between the guest’s legs. Such a magical moment.

Back on-board, the divers started to gear-up for the night dive that happened around the rock name Romeo, close to Yillet Kecil. The rock is surrounded by a shallow plateau that turn into a wall. We could find during this dive ornate Ghostpipe fish, Epaulette Sharks, Cowries, Scorpion fish, Blacktip reef Shark and Great Barracuda hunting and a massive Wobbegong shark sleeping on the top of a rock.

Back on-board the dinner was ready and we all sit in the salon, sharing some good food and wine while sharing feelings about this wonderful day of diving. It was also the birthday of Vix, so all the crew came in the salon to play some music while singing happy birthday song. The Chef had prepared a cake for the occasion. Then the Cruise Director gave a talk about Epaulette Sharks, explaining the endemic area where you can find them and the different species that are found around West Papua. He also details their mating and feeding behavior.

The boat stayed anchor for the night on the North side of Yilet island as our first dive the following day will be in the same area.

Friday 26th October

The day started with a bright sunrise over the sea of Rajat Ampat. The Captain and his crew drove the Yacht to our first diving location.

We dove on a small seamount call Antichovy, also name Puri Pinnacle. This seamount is connected to three smaller pinnacles. The current was mild and this bring a lot of fish on the split point where the divers jumped and hooked for a while, watching the action of school of Jacks, Giant Travely and Snappers hunting into the cloud of Puri fish. During the second part of the dive, we swim around the seamount, looking for critters such as Nudibranchs, Pygmy Seahorse and we also spot two Octopus sharing the same hole in the wall.

Straight after the dive, the yacht moved North, to the group of Island of Balbulol where we will do the last two dives of the day. The sites are named Surprise and Love Potion Number 9. They are cover with hard and soft coral, giving stunning colors in the shallow water where the sun light is hitting. These places are known for the abundance of critters such a Chromodoris Nudibranchs, Blue Dragon, Flabelina and different Pygmy Seahorse.

Just as the third dive of the day was finished, the crew start driving the boat toward central Rajat Ampat where we will spend the last three days of this incredible trip. It will take all night to bet there in early morning the following day. The guests enjoyed this extra resting time to practice some gyms, looked through their pictures of just get tanned on the sun deck and the bow.

After the Italian dinner, one of our guests, Bill, gave a talk about Tunicates, his favorite invertebrates. It was a really interesting presentation and the guests learned a lot about them. Then Remi, the Cruise Director, talked about the summer destination of the yacht: Derawan Island in North Borneo. He details the kind of diving and marine encounters that we can see there such as Whale Sharks and Barracuda Tornado.

The guests went to bed earlier tonight, sleeping while the boat was moving toward Penemu island, our destination for the next day.

Saturday 27th October

The boat arrived in the early morning in central Rajat Ampat. As the sun start to shine we were anchor close to the first dive sites of the day. The divers start to wake up and after a good breakfast they sit down for the briefing.

The site, Melissa’s Garden, is one of the most beautiful hard-coral gardens of the central Rajat Ampat. On the shallow part you can see hard-coral non-stop on every direction. Lots of coral life was present as Scorpion fishes, Napoleon Wrasses, Blacktips, Butterfly fish, Moorish Idol, Anemone Fishes, Octopus and lots of schools of Fusiliers. The water was around 28℃/85℉.

The two other dives of the day time were along wall in the islands of Keruo and Penemu. More sharks were found as well as Mantis Shrimp, Wobbegong Shark, Bump head Parrotfish Mushroom Pipefish, Popcorn Shrimp and Sexy shrimps to name a few of these amazing critters that are roaming in the reef of Rajat Ampat.

After the last dive of the afternoon, some of the guests went on a land tour to a view point of Penemu islands. We climb the stairs to the top of a hill where we could enjoy a view of the typical islet of Rajat Ampat. It was the perfect time for a group pictures despite the fact of some guests stayed on the boat to chill. Back to the dinghy, we drove around the bay of Penemu, enjoying the view of the cliffs dropping into the ocean as well as the company of the Sea Eagles.

The nigh dive was on the back side of Keruo island, along a hard-coral plateau followed by a sandy slope were more fishes and critters could be found such as Octopus, Pygmy Squid and marble Shrimps.

Dinner went, then the Cruise Director gave his daily briefing about the up-coming day, followed by a presentation about Barracudas, detailing the most common species that we encounter around the Rajat Ampat Marine Park.

Sunday 28th October

As dawn was about to arrive, the yacht was drove toward East to our first location for this will be a wonderful day of diving in the Dampier’s Straight.

After a light breakfast we went for a seamount call Mayhem 1. We jumped in the blue and drift toward the split point on the north side where schools of Travely, Fusiliers and Red tooth Triggerfish were present. Drifting slowly along the side of the seamount, the divemaster looked under all the coral bumped and find a total of 4 different Wobbegong Sharks hanging there, most of the time behind some nice aggregation of Glass fish. A big Humphead parrot fish was at the back of the seamount over a sandy area where we could also see Garden Eels and a lot of Gobies with their symbiotic shrimps digging their holes.

Straight after the dive, the Captain motored the yacht toward the island of Arborek where we will do our next dive. We jump on the East corner of the island and drift along a slope cover in hard-coral. In one of the rocks, an electric Clam was found and a few meters later, we arrived on a garden cover with giant Clams, up to 1 meter/3 feet.

During the lunch break, the boat arrived at our third destination of the day, in the bay of Sauwandarek, on the south side of Mansuar island. There is a lovely little village there, with white sand road and a few buildings. The reef in this bay is really healthy, made mostly of different type of hard-coral. Visibility was around 20 meters/65 feet. We jumped on the east part of this bay and went to 25 meters/80 feet to see a big school of Oriental Sweetlips and Yellow Snapper. Moving slowly up, we found two Wobbegong Sharks swimming along with a Blue Spotted Stingray. The rest of the dive happened in shallow water, around the village jetty were a huge congregation of Batfish, Wrasse, Napoleon fish, Snappers and Butterfly fish can be seen.

Straight after the dive, the crew motored more East to a small island call Mioskon. We arrived there just for the sunset as the thousands of Fruit Bats leaving this island toward main land. They kept flying in the sky for a good 30 minutes. Then we start the last night dive of this trip around Mioskon Island. Divers could slowly swim along the shallow hard-coral plateau, looking for Walking Sharks, juvenile Blue-spotted Stingray, Sponge Crabs, Mantis Shrimps and Octopuses.

Back to the yacht, the dinner was ready. After a delicious meal, Remi explain the schedule for the next day that will be the last day of diving. Then he gave a nice talk about Sea Turtles, the different living species and where to find them around the world. After this, most of our guests went to bed, getting a good night of rest before the last day of the trip.

Monday 29th October

As the first guest wake up, the sun decided to do so and flood the Straight of Dampier with lots of light. This was the last day of diving and the guests were really happy to have good condition above and under water. Sea was quiet, just a few clouds in the blue sky and the water crystal clear. Visibility was at 20 meters/60 feet and temperature was 29℃. During these two immersions we could enjoy a light drift along the reefs with the company of Grey reef Sharks, Tuna, Spanish Mackerel, school of Longfin Spadefish, Yellow Snapper, Yellow tail Fusiliers and a giant Moray during the last dive cruising around the coral bump.

Back to the yacht after the last dive, the crew start cleaning the diver’s gear and to hang it for drying, making sure no one will leave the boat with wet gears. During this time, the guests gather in the salon for the last lunch buffet of this wonderful 10 days trips around South and Central Rajat Ampat. Once the food over, Remi played the Video of the Week on the TV then open the boutique for the guests to buy some souvenir.

After a good nap on the sun deck, it was time for the Farewell party. All the guests and crew gather and played some music while the stewardesses were giving Champagne to the guests to make a toast.

This trip sees many of our guests getting some certificate. We can congratulate Matthew and eagle for getting their Advanced Adventurer certification. But also, Eagle, Brian and Matthew for successfully completing their Nitrox certificate. Two divers reached a Milestone in their dive life during the trips: Brian passed the bar of 100 logged dive and Trev reach 200 logged dives as well. Congratulation to all of you guys!

For the Iron Divers, two divers complete all the available dives of this wonderful trip: Bernard and Brian. Good job guys, you rock!

A few group pictures were made and the guests stayed more on the sun deck, chatting and sharing their dive stories about this trip.

The last dinner started and the Chef had prepared his Signature dinner, with Surf and Turf for main course. After dinner, Remi gave his last speech, thanking the guests for coming on-board and spending their time with us. Then we play a slideshow, some guests had share some of their pictures of the trip they took underwater.

During this time, we were arrived in Sorong and the boat anchor in the bay in front of the harbor. It was time to sleep for all the guests, enjoying their last night aboard the Rajat Ampat Aggressor.

Tuesday 30th September

At the scheduled time the crew was waiting to bid their farewells to this fun, kind group of guests and wish all a safe journey back home. Thank you for visiting us and we hope to see you again aboard the Raja Ampat Aggressor. Happy bubbles!