Why you should choose EcoPro Duyung Baru:
A small intimate boat perfect for small groups or a family offering a full dive schedule and a varied cuisine of Asian and Western dishes focused on local produce and overall Eco friendly trips.

This traditional-style Liveaboard boat EcoPro Duyung Baru is 27 meters long and has only 4 cabins, (one Sea View double / twin bed cabin on the Maindeck and 2 double bed cabins and 1 twin bed cabin on the Lowerdeck).
Each cabin is equipped with private bathroom and individualy controlled air conditioning.

At EcoPro Divers they strongly believe in the concept of merging liveaboard diving with the principles of marine conservation.
They have implemented several measures in their operations that are geared towards this goal.
One of their initiatives involves using drinking water that is generated through an osmosis and mineralizing system and they also provide refillable drinking water bottles, bio-degradable shampoo and shower gel, reusable bamboo straws amongst other eco-friendly practices.

EcoPro Divers has been actively involved in marine conservation for many years, and they are dedicated to imparting some of this knowledge to their divers through their detailed briefings.

Some of the most frequently asked questions about Komodo.
When is the best time to Dive Komodo - How to get to Komodo - The top 10 reasons to join a Liveaboard in Komodo - Komodo Diving and the Dive sites - What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving - Information about Komodo - Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers - The Latest Indonesian Travel Information - Other general FAQs

Duyung Baru - schedule

Duyung Baru - prices and what's included

Prices are per person per trip and based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.
Exact pricing is available on the schedule here as prices vary dependant on the time of year, destination and the length of the trip and sometimes special offers are available.

The trip price includes:
All dives, tanks, weights
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Mineral water, American coffee tea
Transportation to and from the airport
Government tax

The trip price does not include:
National park and port fees $36 per person per night Flight tickets
Drinks (apart from Mineral water, American coffee tea)
Diving courses
Diving equipment rent
Nitrox to qualified divers
Tip / Service Charge $15 per night
Everything not described in “The trip price includes”
Dive insurance is mandatory as is your own personal dive computer (You can rent one for the trip if you do not have your own).
As well as the Mandatory Dive Insurance we highly recommend Trip and Travel Insurance on the off chance of missed or cancelled flights / lost baggage, documents, money or passport / Covid issues or any other unforeseen problems that could possibly occur.
Dive Assure Insurance offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package.

For a single cabin, non sharing, please add 75%, if you are a single diver and happy to share with another diver of the same sex the price is as stated originally.

Diving Equipment Rentals Per week in USD
Full Set (regulator, octopus, BCD, wetsuit, mask, fins, dive computer) $250
Regulator with octopus $70
Computer $50
BCD $70
Wetsuit (shorty 3mm)
Mask $15
Fins $15
Torch $40

Booking and Cancellation Terms and Conditions.
Booking deposit: 30% of your invoice total is required within 7 days of booking to confirm your booking.
Final payment of 70% is due to 90 days prior to the departure date to complete your invoice payment.
Individual bookings made less than 90 days before the departure date will be payable in full upon booking to confirm your booking.
Cancellation at any stage involves forfeit of monies already payed.
Payment can be made via Credit or Debit card (Visa, AMEX, Mastercard), Revolut pay, Wise, Bank transfer or Apple and Google pay at no extra charge.

Full charter:
Booking deposit:
10% - within 7 days of booking - non-refundable
Second deposit:
20% 180 days prior to departure - non-refundable
Balance due
90 days before departure - non-refundable

Duyung Baru - cabins

To see more photos of the cabins please visit the schedule and click on the cabin name to see the photos of each cabin, availability and price.

EcoPro Duyung Baru has 4 cabins, each with its own bathroom and individually controlled air conditioning.

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    Main Deck Seaview Cabin

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    Lower Deck Double Cabin

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    Lower Deck Double Cabin

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    Lower Deck Twin Cabin

  • Lower Deck Twin Cabin
    On the lower deck there is one Twin cabin equipped with an en-suite private bathroom.

    Lower Deck Double Cabin
    On the lower deck there are 2 cabins with a double bed and each cabin is equipped with an en-suite private bathroom.

    Main Deck Seaview Cabin
    On the main deck there is one Sea view cabin equipped with an en-suite private bathroom.

Duyung Baru - itineraries

From November to April, the route will be in Komodo Deep South and from May to October it will be the main Komodo National Park Route

On the day of arrival and departure there are no dives and on the Marine Park days there are 3 dives per day.
On the day before departure there will be one or two dives in the morning.
In the afternoon that day the boat returns to the harbour.
Divers must ensure that they leave a minimum of 24 hours between your last dive and your flight departure (or going to altitude).
For all diving sites visited en route the dive guides will give you a detailed and comprehensive dive briefing before you enter the water.
All dives will be guided, it is not allowed anywhere in Komodo National Park to dive unguided in buddy teams.

Within the diving groups led by a diving guide, all divers will be assigned a buddy.
Each diver must have their own dive computer.
You should be able to dive to a standard as per your certification and experience requirements outlined for each itinerary and as such able to complete the dive with your buddy and following the dive guide.
Your maximum diving depth will be dependent on your certifcation and experience of both buddies.

Arrival and departure questions and answers..

What is the ideal check in time ? - The earliest transfer to the boat is around 12pm noon.

What is the earliest check in time ? - The earliest transfer to the boat is around 12pm noon.

What is the latest check in time ? - Later arrivals will be received at the same place according to the flight time.

Where are you met on the day of boarding ? - Upon arrival on the day of the safari start, guests will be met by an Eco Pro Divers staff member at their flight arrival time in front of the arrival exit door, after baggage claim, at Komodo airport in Labuan Bajo - easily recognizable by a sign reading "Eco Pro Divers" or “Eco Pro Duyung Baru”.
For guests already staying at a hotel in Labuan Bajo, the meeting point will be in town at the harbour KP3 jetty and the time will be arranged for each individual / group accordingly.

Is there a check out dive on the boarding day or it is the following morning ? - On the day of arrival and departure there are no dives, and on the Marine Park days there are 3 dives a day.

What time does diving end on the day before check out (how many dives on the last day) ? - On the day before departure there will be one dive in the morning.
In the afternoon that day the boat returns to the harbour.
Divers must ensure that they leave a minimum of 24 hours between their last dive and their flight departure (or going to altitude).

What time is check out on the last day ? - The rooms must be free at 7am on departure day.
Transfer to the airport or to a hotel/restaurant/spa from boat is between 7am and 8am (Group transfer).

Please, allow enough time in between your international flight landing in Bali or Jakarta and your domestic flight to Labuan Bajo, taking in account possible delays.
Upon arrival on the day of the safari start, guests will be met by an Eco Pro Divers staff member at their flight arrival time in front of the arrival exit door, after baggage claim, at Komodo airport in Labuan Bajo - easily recognizable by a sign reading "Eco Pro Divers" or “Eco Pro Duyung Baru”.
The earliest transfer to the boat is around 12pm noon.
Later arrivals will be received at the same place according to the flight time.
Early arrivals can spend their time at Seasta Restaurant and pool FOC.

We recommend that you check your travel insurance will cover anything interrupting your travel plans as well as offer great dive insurance
We recommend Dive Assure Insurance as it offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package.

Some of the most frequently asked questions about Indonesia
When is the best time to Go - How to get to Raja - Raja Diving and the Dive sites - How to get to Komodo - Komodo Diving and the Dive sites - What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving - Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers - The Latest Indonesian Travel Information - Other general FAQs

Duyung Baru - diving

Some of the most frequently asked questions about Komodo.
When is the best time to Dive Komodo - How to get to Komodo - The top 10 reasons to join a Liveaboard in Komodo - Komodo Diving and the Dive sites - What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving - Information about Komodo - Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers - The Latest Indonesian Travel Information - Other general FAQs

The coral triangle is home to the world’s most bio-diverse population of marine species with Indonesia representing its hottest spot. Nowhere else has a comparable density, not to mention diversity, of underwater creatures and life been recorded.
In order to fully appreciate the exceptional status of this region, suffice it to say that the whole Caribbean area has only 9% of the corals and 35% of the fish species found in Indonesian waters.

The reason for such a big difference is that the entire area of the Atlantic Ocean underwent a mass extinction of species during the last ice age.
All types of corals and animals vanished during this period and the other species never regained the strength of their former numbers. In Indonesia - the centre of this biodiversity triangle - the variety seen underwater is truly astonishing.
In certain bays and around small islands, you can find more species than in the entire Caribbean. In a research report conducted in 1997 on the island of Flores, respected marine biologists Rudie Kuiter and Gerald Allen counted 1,133 species of fish just in Maumere bay.
This is still the highest number of species of fish ever counted in a specific area.