Calico Jack Boat Charter

Calico Jack Boat Charter

Prices start from USD 4.400 per night sailing trip Raja Ampat

10 Guests   5 Cabin   30 x 7 m   7 - 12 Knot  
Meeting point
Pick up at Sorong Airport [SOQ]
Best Month
October - April
Physical Activity
13 destinations
Boat Class

Calico Jack operates two liveaboard trips each month for over ten months every year. Our guide-to-diver ratio is 1:5, including our diving instructors, who always accompany the groups to ensure all needs are met and dives are conducted safely and comfortably. We pay close attention to the needs of each guest to ensure everyone feels secure and at ease. Our two dive guides and diving instructors are attentive and ready to assist you during every dive.

We take special pride in our crew. They are highly professional yet embody the spirit of "Pirates" in their blood. They are descendants of the Bugis, an indigenous ethnic group of sailors and shipbuilders from Indonesia. They represent a deep connection to the sea and pride in being sailors.

Calico Jack operates within the vast beauty of the Indonesian archipelago, offering access to some of the best sailing and diving in Indonesia and possibly the world.

Onboard Calico Jack, you will escape the crowds and explore pristine islands, experience healthy reef systems, incredible biodiversity, and stunning landscapes. The cruises run year-round, visiting a variety of destinations.

Calico Jack Boat Charter Price

Packages Prices start from
12D11NUSD 48.400
* The prices above are charter prices per night
Built = Alumunium Catamaran
Engine = 2 x 220 Hp Mitsubishi diesel
Communication = Satellite Phone and Internet
Etc = Air Conditioner, Life Jacket, Towel, Snorkeling
Min Passengers = 1 Guests
Max Passengers = 18 Guests
Cabin = 8 Cabins
Sound System = 1 Sound System

Details of Calico Jack

Double Convert Twin

2 Cabin with Double & Twin Bed, Sea view cabin, air conditioned

Double Cabin

2 Cabin with Double Bed, Sea view cabin, air conditioned

Twin Cabin

1 Cabin with Single beds, Sea view cabin, air conditioned

Sun Deck
Dine Area
Boat Dive

Favorite Itinerary for a Raja Ampat Sailing Trip

D1 = Kabui Bay
D2 = The Passage
D3 = Kawe Island
D4 = Wayag Island
D5 = Wofoh Island
D6 = Fam Island
D7 = Kri Island
D1 = Sorong
D2 = Farondi
D3 = Daram
D4 = Yillet
D5 = Wayil
D6 = Fiabacet
D7 = Boo/Warakaraket
D8 = Back to Sorong
D1 = Sorong
D2 = Kri Island
D3 = The Passage
D4 = Piaynemo Island
D5 = Wayag
D6 = Wofoh
D7 = Arborek
D8 = Mansuar
D9 = Batanta & Dayang Island
D10 = Sorong
  • Accommodation in cabins with double or twin beds.
  • A full board meal package includes soft drinks, coffee, and tea.
  • Three guided dives daily (for dive cruises only) plus night dives depending on the itinerary. All dives are subject to weather conditions and travel time. No dives on arrival and departure days unless stated in the cruise information sheet, and only two dives on the second-to-last day of the cruise.
  • 80 cubic feet (12 liters) tanks and weight belts.
  • Land excursions depending on the safari program.
  • Transfers from the airport or hotel to the boat and back to the nearest airport or hotel.
  • Standard medical equipment.
  • Kayaks and SUP boards.
  • Emergency breathing oxygen.
  • Daily housekeeping.
  • International and domestic flights, transit hotels.
  • Port and park fees: see details in the price list. These fees are subject to change; new fees may be introduced and must be paid on board.
  • 100 cubic feet (15 liters) tanks are to be paid for on board.
  • Diving and snorkeling equipment.
  • Scuba diving courses.
  • Laundry and massage services on board (specific to Anne Bonny).
  • Use of the satellite phone.
  • Tips for the crew (recommended 10% of the cruise rate).
  • Cancellation and dive insurance (mandatory).
  • Beer, wine, and alcoholic beverages.
  • Nitrox fills
Must Bring Items
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Beach Hat
  • Snack & Suplement
  • Clothes
  • Swim Suit
  • Hiking Sandals
  • Power bank
  • Personal Medicine
  • Toiletries
  • Wet Wipes
  • Drybag
  • Telkomsel Sim Card
Raffi Ahmad & Nagita Slavina.

Celebrity / Host

The trip was really fun. The guide was friendly and professional. The boat was luxurious, the food was delicious, the crew's service was satisfying. The admin was very helpful from the start when booking trips to start. The choice of luxury boats offered was also very large. Komodo Luxury is great!

Baim Wong & Paula Verhoeven.


Have three trips with KomodoLuxury, never disappoint. Informative guide, very serving crew, delicious food. The boat is comfortable and safe for bringing children. The trip also has leisure options so it's suitable for families.

Nirina Zubir & Friends.


The service was incredibly friendly. With so many boat options available, finding one that fit our budget and needs was easy. The trip was fantastic, and we all left happy!

Wulan Guritno.


Thank you, Indonesia Juara, for such a delightful holiday. From the airport pickup to the return transfer, everything was impeccably organized. I hope to travel with you again soon!


Kali Biru is the most beautiful in Raja Ampat. Its waters are crystal clear and distinctly blue. The charm of the Blue River provides an unforgettable experience for visitors to Raja Ampat. Some tourists choose to swim in this pristine river.

Located in West Waigeo, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Friwen Island offers excellent diving opportunities. The beauty of its coral and marine life and the sea's color gradient are unique features that are hard to find elsewhere.

Located on Waigeo Island, one of the largest islands in the Raja Ampat archipelago, Kabui Bay can be accessed by sea. The exotic natural panorama makes your vacation memorable. Pencil Rock and Face Rock in Kabui Bay, on the border of Waigeo Island and Gam Island, have unique shapes that are significant attractions in Raja Ampat. Viewing them while sailing through Kabui Bay is a memorable experience.

"You haven't been to Raja Ampat if you haven't climbed Wayag Peak," as the saying goes. The scenic beauty of Raja Ampat is visible from Wayag Peak, making it one of the favorite photo spots in the area.

At Wayag Shark Point, tourists can see baby sharks and take memorable photos. This location also serves as a checkpoint for necessary travel document inspections in Raja Ampat.

Piaynemo is an iconic destination in Raja Ampat, similar to Wayag Peak. From Piaynemo, tourists can view the karst rock formations that emerge from the sea. A bit of trekking is required to reach Piaynemo. Due to its popularity, there is usually a queue for photo opportunities.

Arborek is a village in West Papua. Arborek comes from the Biak language, meaning "thorn". In this village, tourists can admire the beautiful blue sea with coral reefs below. However, there are regulations to follow, include not jumping from the dock or stepping on coral reefs.

The Sauwandarek tourist village is on Mansuar Island, Raja Ampat, West Papua. The beauty of its colorful fish and unique coral reefs is its main attraction. Some even refer to this destination as the Raja Ampat aquarium.

Yenbuba Village is located in Meos Mansar, Raja Ampat. Yenbuba Village has a marine conservation area. Snorkeling is a popular activity at this tourist destination due to the diversity of its coral reefs.

Pasir Timbul on Mansuar Island is a beach destination in Raja Ampat. The sandbar only appears when the sea level recedes. This exotic island has bright white sand in the blue ocean.
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The trekking route has a difficulty level from moderate to heavy. Participants are strongly advised to exercise before the trip, not force themselves, and use trekking sandals (purchased at outdoor equipment shops) to avoid slipping.
Yes, the price is net.
Yes, participants buy their return plane tickets. For arrival, participants are strongly advised to buy tickets on the H-1 schedule.
Yes, because all the files are copied, and it has a large enough capacity, if you use a flash disk, the transfer rate will be very long. File transfers are usually carried out on the third day of the trip.