Production of sand sea cucumbers is only relying on direct collection from the nature to meet market demand. This study aims to determine the rate of growth and the survival rate of sand sea cucumbers reared in floating net cages to the treatment of chicken manure and waste giving sago as an enrichment habitat in order to stimulate the growth of benthic diatoms as sand sea cucumbers food. Sea cucumbers are maintained as much as 90 individual with treatments of sago waste, chicken manure and a mixture of sago waste and chicken manure. In the maintenance container was given sedimentary sand and seagrass leaves of Enhalus accoroides. Measurement of weight growth is conducted every two weeks, and at a time measuring water quality parameters of temperature, salinity, pH, DO, phosphate, nitrate and ammonium. The results showed the negative growth rate, namely of -0.439% with sago waste; -0.529% chicken manure; and -0.383% mixture of sago waste and chicken manure. Meanwhile, the survival rate with sago waste was 73.33%; with chicken manure 80%; and with the mixture of sago waste and chicken manure 86.67%. It means that water quality for cultivating sand sea cucumber was optimum, except for nitrate.