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Blue Marlin Dive Komodo

Blue Marlin Dive Komodo
Jalan Soekarno-Hatta, Labuan Bajo, Flores, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia
Phone. +62 385 41789, +62 812 3766 496
Email. info@bluemarlinkomodo.com
Website. www.bluemarlinkomodo.com

 

Blue Marlin Komodo is Labuan Bajo’s first and only full service, PADI 5* IDC Dive Resort providing guests multiple ways to explore Komodo National Park.

Our philosophy here at Blue Marlin Komodo differs from that of every other shop in Labuan Bajo. We never want to push a newer diver into a site they may not have the experience to manage properly (for their sake as well as the benefit of the reef!), and we also don’t want to slow down our more advanced divers with daily ‘check dives’! That’s where our 2 dayboat system comes in, keeping divers safe and diving sites that will be rewarding for their own level.

 

Our 100HP traditional outrigger boat is geared towards courses and beginners while our 600 HP fibreglass speedboat is perfect for more experienced and advanced divers. Day trips can also be combined with excursions to see the indigenous Komodo dragons. After a morning of diving, spend the second half of your day trekking around Rinca to get a glimpse of these prehistoric creatures.

However, if you have the time, the best way to experience Komodo National Park is by liveaboard. Whether you are looking to dive as much as possible with flexible schedules on the Ikan Biru or looking to explore Komodo National Park with all the comforts and luxuries of home on Bajo Baji – Blue Marlin will provide you with an unforgettable liveaboard tailored to your preferences.
In addition to offering daily departing and longer liveaboard guided dive trips; Blue Marlin also offers a full array of PADI courses, Labuan Bajo’s only training pool and an air conditioned classroom. We also have two standards of on-site accommodation and an open-air rooftop restaurant with stunning ocean and sunset views over the beautiful harbour.

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