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Short Description

The classic two-mast schooner recalls romantic oceanic adventures of yore and has been carefully constructed to cater to your every sea-faring fantasy. The design of this boat – Pearl of the Sea in Indonesian language – is based on a 18th century North Atlantic schooner combined with some local Indonesian influence.

Both exterior and interior represent a harmonious fusion of eclectic Asian and classic European craftsmanship in an effortless symbiosis of modern stylishness and old world charm. The entire effect beautifully supplemented by the intricate carvings of  artisans from Bali, is that of a floating luxury hotel complete with all the high-end amenities.

Though the streamlined hull and massive sails make for excellent upwind performance, it is built primarily for comfort and safety and allows guests to discover the far-flung nooks and natural splendor of the Asian seas at a smooth, leisurely pace. This boat was created with enhanced maneuverability and visibility is at an optimum with specially built-in details such as the raised pilot house and accessible bridge wings.

Destinations

April to August
The boat sails along “the Dragon Islands” and takes you on a cultural journey to the National Park of Komodo, Flores and Sumba.
Departure port: Bali or Labuhanbajo (Flores)

Most famous for the Komodo dragon, the world’s largest living lizard named after the island. Komodo is considered to be one of the best dive sites in the world – especially for soft corals and the entire oceanic ambit from whale sharks, sunfish, mantas and eagle rays to pygmy seahorses.


September to October
We invite you to sail with us into the beauty of Wetar & Alor and a touch of the Banda Sea.
Departure port: Maumere or any other port in the area

The Banda group, about 100 miles southeast of Ambon, consists of three larger islands and seven smaller ones, perched on the rim of Indonesia’s deepest sea, the Banda Sea. The seas around Banda host the famous Maluku Sea Gardens with their bright corals and colorful fish darting through the crystal-clear waters. The Banda Sea is believed to have the highest volume and largest diversity of big fish in Indonesia. The Banda Islands consist of a group of 10 small volcanic outcrops in Maluku Province with approximately 15,000 inhabitants.
Today this tropical idyll might be coveted for its large pelagic fish and spectacular diving and snorkeling on some of the world’s healthiest coral reefs, but historically the isles also have a rich albeit turbulent past.

Alor has an area of about 2800 km², making it the largest island of the Alor archipelago.
Kalabahi is the only town on the island of Alor, with a metropolitan population of about 60,000. The variety of goods obtainable in Kalabahi is surprising considering its size and location.
Alor is of volcanic origin and has very rugged terrain. The region near Kalabahi is the only flat area. This is why the Dutch placed the capital and the main harbor (Alor-Kecil) of the area here in 1911.


October to January
We are crossing the Banda Sea on our way to the “Ancient Spice Island” in the Mollucas ans sails into the most breathtaking area of Irian Jaya and Raja Ampat.
Departure port: Sorong or Timika (West Papua)

Irian Jaya is a land of exceptional natural splendour with wild impenetrable jungles. The well known Asmat Tribe – that first became famous through their head-hunting practices and later it’s fine woodcarving – inhabits this region. Around Irian Jaya the Raja Ampat scuba diving sites have the richest coral reef life on the planet with over 1,200 fish species. It’s the ultimate scuba diving fantasy!

Feel free to contact us for detailed itineraries. 

Cruise Rates 2016

      Price per night
Private Charter – 14 Pax   $13 000


Rates include:

  • Air tanks, Weights and Belts
  • Airport/Hotel Land Transfer on arrival/depature date
  • Alcoholic beverages (beer or/and wine)
  • Drinking water, instant coffee, tea
  • Soft drinks bottles and cans
  • Dive guide service
  • Dinner on final evening
  • Land tour
  • Boat accident insurance

 

Rates exclude: 

  • Domestic flights
  • Courses on board
  • Crew gratuity
  • Equipment rentals
  • Dive insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Nitrox fills
  • Marine park fees/Port fees

Boat Details

Features
Hull Material IronwoodMast(s) 2
Length 46Crew 15
Max passengers 14Max diving passengers 14
Navigation & Communication
GPS YesPlotter Yes
Depth sounder YesFish finder Yes
Satellite phone YesMariphone Yes
Radar YesNavtex Yes
Safety
Life raft(s) YesLife jackets Yes
Life ringbuoys –Life aid kit Yes
Fire extinguishers YesFire & smoke alarm Yes
EPIRP –Oxygen Yes
ENOS –Defibrillator –
Hyperbaric chamber No  
Dive Facilities
Compressors YesDive courses Yes
Tanks YesCamera rinsing tub Yes
NITROX Yesweights/belts Yes
Camera workstation NoDive platform No
Rental dive gear YesTender Yes
Deck shower(s) YesEnglish speaking guide Yes
Cabin facilities
Private bathroom YesNumber of cabins 6
Shower Hot WaterExtra bed No
Private toilet Yes220 volt Yes
Air conditioning YesFan No
Porthole YesWindow –
Lounge facilities
Air conditioning YesFan(s) –
Sofa(s) YesDining table Yes
Television YesDVD player Yes
Sound system YesComputer –
Deck(s) facilities
Sun deck area YesCovered deck area Yes
Reclining chairs YesMattresses Yes
Hammocks YesSofa(s) Yes
Dining table Yes  
Bar facilities
Beer YesWine Yes
Spirits YesSoft drinks Yes
Juices YesIce cubes Yes
Services & Entertainment
Laundry service YesTowel Yes
Massage –Library –
Indoor games YesBeach games Yes
DVD’s YesIpod connection Yes
Snorkel gear YesFishing gear Yes
Kayak(s) YesWake board Yes
Water ski YesJet ski No
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