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Indo Siren liveaboard destroyed by fire in Raja Ampat
Smithsgold - 12/05/2023 6:38 PM
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Indo Siren liveaboard destroyed by fire in Raja Ampat
1 December 2023

Indo Siren pictured destroyed in a photograph circulating on social media
By Mark ’Crowley’ Russell

The luxury scuba diving liveaboard Indo Siren has been destroyed by fire near the Piaynemo Islands, Raja Ampat. All 15 guests and 16 crew on board were safely evacuated and there are no reports of injuries.

According to local reports, the fire broke out at around 7.45am on the morning of November 30, as the vessel was departing from Waigeo Island on its way to Fam.
Indo Siren liveaboard destroyed by fire in Raja Ampat
1 December 2023
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Indo Siren pictured destroyed in a photograph circulating on social media
By Mark ’Crowley’ Russell

The luxury scuba diving liveaboard Indo Siren has been destroyed by fire near the Piaynemo Islands, Raja Ampat. All 15 guests and 16 crew on board were safely evacuated and there are no reports of injuries.

According to local reports, the fire broke out at around 7.45am on the morning of November 30, as the vessel was departing from Waigeo Island on its way to Fam.
Indo Siren was regarded as one of the best liveaboards in the world (Photo: Master Liveaboards)
Indo Siren was a popular choice for divers exploring Raja Ampat, regularly voted one of the best liveaboards in one of the best scuba diving destinations in the world. A 40m-long wooden-hulled motorised sailing yacht of the traditional Indonesian Phinisi design, she had been part of Master Liveaboards fleet since her launch in 2011.

divemagazine.com/scuba-diving-news/indo-siren-liveab...y-fire-in-raja-ampat
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LatitudeAdjustment - 12/06/2023 1:59 PM
The Siren line seems to have a fire problem, I think this is the 7th fire they have had :(