Raja Ampat Expeditions
The Raja Ampat expeditions offer a five- or seven-night adventure through one of the world’s most exceptional marine areas.
Amanwana’s fleet team maintains a number of boats for cruising, fishing and diving. Choose your vessel and explore nearby coral coves and beaches, ideal for shell collecting, beachcombing, snorkelling and sunbathing. Cruise to the islands of Medang and Satonda or head south into Saleh Bay, a fascinating inland sea. Other possibilities include sunset or starlight cruises on the calm waters of Amanwana Bay.
More adventurous multi-day options include the Aman Komodo Expedition (March-October) and the Raja Ampat Expedition (November-February), on board Amanikan or Amandira. These two cruising vessels can be chartered in tandem.
A custom-built, 32-metre, motor-powered Phinisi cruiser, Amanikan features three above-deck cabins, a foredeck with bar for outdoor dining, and extensive dive facilities. For more information
Launching in April 2015, Amandira adds sailing adventures to Amanwana’s on-water offerings. The custom-built, 52-metre, two-masted Phinisi sailing vessel features three spacious cabins and provides dive facilities with nitrox for experienced divers. For more information
The Amanwana fleet also includes: Aman XIV, a 16-metre traditional Indonesian outrigger ideal for full-day trips and sunset cruises; Aman XV and XVI, seven-metre Boston Whaler speedboats usually used for diving and deep sea fishing trips; Aman XVII and XVIII, eight-metre fibre-glass hulled speedboats used for waterfall trips and diving; Aman X, a 14-metre guest transfer boat powered by triple 250hp engines; Aman XX, a 9.5-metre, fibre-glass catamaran fitted with cabin and fly-bridge used for deep sea fishing and diving trips; Aman Madu, a rustic wooden fishing boat used for bottom fishing trips in the bay; and Aman XIX and XXV, two five-metre skiffs used for snorkelling trips and beach drop offs.