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    The number of boats offering cruises throughout Indonesia is constantly on the increase. Here we feature just some of the fantastic boats on offer.

    The Embaku

    The Embaku is unique to this charter market as she has been designed to cater to clients looking for a private yacht as apposed to diving or cruising with other guests. This vessel is fully air-conditioned, fully equipped electronically and her galley is equipped with all the amenities one would expect in a vessel of this class including a dishwasher, freezers and multiple refrigerators to keep everything ice cold. Activities include water skiing, surfing and diving – there is a powerful dive compressor on board. Marble bathrooms provide continuous flowing hot water. The crew is experienced, having worked on numerous other live-aboards in Indonesia.

    The Ratu Rima

    This vessel has been designed to service both adventure sailing and scuba diving enthusiasts. The vessel’s main cabin layout has been designed to provide a comfortable, private dorm effect for up to 10 passengers.

    The Arch II

    Huge cabins and lots of space allocated to guest services make this a very comfortable boat to spend time on. The boat is usually located at the fabulous port of Ambon, a destination desperately in need of a vessel of this type to access the popular Banda Islands and the fantastic reefs of the Malukus. Dive facilities are available and cover the full spectrum of professional equipment needed to make this vessel the dive adventure of a lifetime!


    The Silolona

    The introduction of this beautiful boat has helped the Indonesian Archipelago move itself to become one of the world’s premier cruising destinations. KLM Silolona, was constructed over a period of three years and was purpose built to be the absolute best. She is based predominantly in Indonesia, but moves north to Malaysia and Thailand during the rainy season. Accommodation aboard this fine example of a traditional vessel is highly luxurious, with each cabin designed to promote the fabrics and culture of a different region of the country. Levels of service are five star as are the on-board facilities.

    The Sri NoaNoa

    Constructed for the surfing market, this fine little vessel is fast and comfortable and perfect for the family that wants to cruise the waters from Bali as far as Lombok or even Komodo. The sleeping arrangements on Sri NoaNoa are best suited for four passengers but six close friends can be very comfortable for a week or two.

    The Mutiara

    The Mutiara has been designed to service surfing, sport fishing and scuba diving enthusiasts. The vessel’s main cabin layout has been designed to provide a comfortable, private dorm effect for up to eight passengers. The boat’s prime business is dedicated to those wishing to surf the area of Mentawai off the west coast of Sumatera.

    The Helena

    This fine little vessel has recently joined the Traditional Fleet and has been cruising the Raja Empat Group for the last few years. She is operated by a local NGO providing communal assistance to children of the area and proceeds from her use benefits them. While she is not a deluxe vessel, she is a powerful with comfortable accommodation for four guests. While the Raja Empat is known for its diving, this region of Indonesia is also fantastic for bird watching, fishing and exploring. This boat is perfect for a small group or family that want to get away from it all in one of the most pristine areas of the Indonesian Archipelago.

    The Mimpi

    The Mimpi has been designed with total comfort in mind, for diving trips around the area of North Sulawesi. The vessel is fully equipped for extended dive expeditions in the region. Her 255 hp Yanmar engine pushes her at a comfortable 10 knots and her crew has been operating in this region for more than four years. If you are looking for the right vessel to visit the area of Manado and extended regions, this fine Phinisi Schooner should be on your short list of vessels for Private Charter.

    The Duyung

    The Duyung was designed to service adventure sailors and cruisers with a sense of taste for old world charm. The vessel’s main cabin layout has been designed to provide a comfortable, yacht-like interior with two private double cabins and lounge areas capable of sleeping another five additional guests. The comfortable dinette and functional galley area are all located on the upper deck to insure quiet nights of restful sailing below. On the outer main deck a comfortable sunning area is provided with a massive amount of open deck space for on deck activities.

    The SV Jaya

    The Jaya is one of the more unique boat designs in the Traditional Fleet. She has a galley area that any housewife would love! Her main deck space is massive and her upper deck provides the perfect setting for relaxing anchorage naps. The vessel is well-powered with her 200hp Cummings V8 engine and cruises at comfortable speeds of 7-8 knots. Under sail SV Jaya performs very well and for long distance sailing, her Swedish Owner relies confidently on wind only to move her between Thailand and Indonesia.

    The Majest

    This vessel has been designed after the classic American schooner, with a magnificent tropical hardwood interior. This vessel is well-equipped for cruising with plenty of 220v power to maintain her freezers and refrigeration system. Her deck space is massive and will provide her guests with plenty of space for those cool cruising afternoons. Large deck hatches insure a cool and comfortable belowdeck environment. Her English-speaking, hoteltrained cruise director has been selected to provide a hassle-free interaction with the guests. The boat is fully equipped for diving with Coltisub Compressor, tanks and dive equipment. Rental of equipment is available at an additional cost. This vessel has considerable experience exploring the many dive destinations of the archipelago.

    The Bintang Utara

    The Bintang Utara (North Star) has been designed for small group expeditions throughout the Indonesian Archipleago. Her Belgium owner has invested considerable funds to create a comfortable, stable and roomy vessel. This fine ship is well-equipped and maintained. Each cabin is tastefully appointed and service on board can be considered four-star quality.

    The Seven Seas

    This beautiful recently launched ship is well-equipped with large spacious cabins on three decks. She is fully dive equipped with facilities for up to 16 guests in air-conditioned comfort. The vessels owners are committed to extended cruise operations around the archipelago and set out a migratory schedule that visited all the best dive destinations in Indonesia over her first year of operation. If you have a group looking for a special vessel, this one should be on your short list.

    The Feliana

    The Feliana is a comfortable 21-metre Pinisi Schooner, newly constructed in 2004. She has been designed to service a basic three-star level service and is well equipped with all the ammenities that one would expect aboard a more expensive vessel.

    The Citra Pelangi

    Citra Pelangi has been designed and constructed by a professional commercial diver to service only the most avid of sport dive enthusiasts. No cost has been spared to make this one of the finest dive vessels operating in the Indonesian Archipelago. Her upper deck is designed strictly for business, with the owner’s cabin and a truly impressive bridge with state-of-the-art electronics and navigation gear. The main deck of this fine vessel is the location of a comfortable lounge and bar, dive services, galley and for safety, one of the few decompression chambers actually aboard the vessel in Indonesia. The lower deck boasts six very large double cabins with private ensuite facilities. This vessel is fully air-conditioned with a hot and cold pressurized water system.

    The Katharina

    The Katherina is without question one of the finest vessels in the Traditional Fleet of Indonesia. Her many expeditions to Papua to visit the Asmat Tribes has made her the focal point of numerous documentaries on Indonesian Culture. She is fully equipped and carries a comfortable 12 passengers in absolute traditional comfort.

    M.Y. Adventure Siberut

    M.Y. Adventure Siberut is amongst the best available in Indonesia, purposely built to service only the most discriminating guests, with no expense spared. With cruising speed of 10-20 knots, she is capable of immediate access to some of Indonesia’s best diving and sport fishing grounds. Her main deck salon is outfitted with DVD, CD sound systems with BOSE amplifier and speakers, flat screen TV, full bar, cappuccino machine, top loading stainless steel freezer, ice maker and gourmet galley and cordon bleu chef.

    The Berdari

    The Berdari is a special class of vessel – no expense has been spared to make her one of the more comfortable classics of the Traditional Fleet. Her accommodation is spacious, her dive staff is professional and she is a very capable sea going vessel. Her Indonesian owner is a long time, cruise industry professional with a reputation for high service standards.

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