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This boat is a traditional 34m timber phinisi yacht, which sails around the stunning islands of Eastern Indonesia.The boat has five en-suite cabins, sleeping up to 12 adults, leaving you with plenty of room to relax and take in the incredible scenery.
She can be chartered privately or on an individual cabin basis with three core itineraries throughout the year. These can easily be tailored to suit your personal choice.
A journey on board is full of unforgettable moments, be it finding dragons on the Komodo islands, searching for birds of paradise in West Papua, snorkelling with huge manta rays or kayaking over coral gardens in Raja Ampat.
This luxury liveaboard boat is so much more than your average diving boat in the region, providing excellent diving for those so inclined yet she can just as easily be enjoyed by nature-lovers and adventurous spirits.


Komodo National Park: May – September

The Komodo National Park is located within the Lesser Sunda Islands and consists of the three large islands of Komodo, Padar and Rinca as well as 26 smaller ones.
Home to the world’s largest lizard – the Komodo dragon – the islands have been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A trek guided by park rangers presents the opportunity to spot a dragon in the wild, as well as learning about its hunting habits and territory.
Only accessible by boat, the islands offer unparalleled views and easy hikes on grassy slopes. Guests can enjoy world-class diving and snorkelling in warm turquoise waters abundant with marine life as well as dramatic white sandy beaches.
Pink Beach makes for an unsual stop-off, being one of only a handful in the world. The sand has a soft pink hue, tinged by the high quantity of organ pipe coral growing on the surrounding reefs, which breaks off and washes up on the shore.
Komodo is easy to get to, being just a one-hour night from Bali to the new airport at Labuan Bajo. Itineraries can be extended to 10 or 14 days to include Sumba or Maumere.

Raja Ampat : November – March

Raja Ampat is located off the northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsular on the island of New Guinea in Indonesia’s West Papua province. The archipelago comprises over 1,500 small islands, cays and shoals surrounding the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo.
Incredibly remote and almost undisturbed by humans, the islands are best known for their amazing diversity of marine life with perhaps the richest coral reef ecosystems in the world – a dream for snorkelling or scuba diving.
Whether kayaking through small canals in the mangroves, relaxing on the white sandy beaches, admiring the dramatic views, swimming with acrobatic manta rays and turtles or waterskiing with dolphins, you cannot help but be awed by nature.
The karst pinnacles of Wayag make for a great climb – take a moment to admire the hanging orchids and pitcher plants along the route before reaching the peak’s spectacular vista over the greens and turquoises of the limestone outcrops.
Raja Ampat’s jungle is full of unique flora and fauna. The rare red birds of paradise perform a ritualistic dance early in the morning – a trek to see them starts at dawn and is a good a chance to meet indigenous communities. From pre-historic hand paintings to a modern pearl farm, man’s impact here has been low-key and minimal, which looks set to continue thanks to the region’s status as a shark and ray sanctuary as well as a National Park.

Banda Islands: September – October & March – April

The Banda Islands are a group of small volcanic islands in the Banda Sea about 2,000km east of Java and are part of the Indonesian province of Maluku.
Until the mid 19th century the Banda Islands were the world’s only source of the spices nutmeg and mace and as such were hugely valuable to colonialists including the Portuguese, Dutch and British who have all left their mark here.
Fort Nassau and Fort Belgica stand to this day, remnants of the military
and admistrative bases which were set up to secure control of the spice
trade. Wander around at your leisure before visiting the historic church and governor’s house. At the local market, buy freshly-dried Banda nutmeg and taste the local delicacies made from native spices.
The islands are also superb destinations for scuba diving and snorkelling. Run Island has impressive coral wall dives yet is better known for its role in the spice trade – the Dutch were so keen to control the plantations, they agreed to give the British the island of Manhattan (then New Amsterdam) in 1677.
Gunung Api offers an easy trek up and panormaic views of the whole of the Banda Islands. Sulphur clouds can be seen escaping from the vents in the crust of this gently active volcano.
The dramatic rocky outcrop of Bird Island is home to thousands of frigate birds as well as an impressive coral reef and hammerhead sharks.

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Cruise Rates 2016-18

Full charter (2016):

Per NightUS $US $US $US $US $US $
NO.Guests2 to 789101112
Low Season
4 4004 7455 0215 24254185 560
High Season
4 8005 2755 6555 9596 2026 397
Banda/Raja Ampat-
Low Season
5 2005 4756 1996 5546 8387 066
Banda/Raja Ampat-
High Season
5 8006 3356 7637 1057 3797 598


Full charter (2017-18):

Per NightUS $US $US $US $US $US $
NO.Guests2 to 789101112
Low Season
4 4004 7455 0205 2455 4205 560
High Season
4 8005 2755 6555 9606 2006 400
Banda/Raja Ampat-
Low Season
5 6006 1556 6006 9557 2407 460
Banda/Raja Ampat-
High Season
6 2006 7357 1657 5057 7808 000

By cabin:
from $ 6800 per cruise (7N)

Rates include:
All meals, soft drinks, house beers, laundry, airport transfers, excursions and activities – including equipment for watersports and diving.

Rates do not include:
$100 per person Marine Park Fees
International spirits, cocktails and house wines. These can be purchased by the glass on board or we have an all-inclusive drinks package which covers the whole trip for $30 per person per night. Wines can also be pre-ordered and are payable in advance and non-refundable. Please ask for the list.


Boat Details

Hull Material Iron wood & teckMast(s)2
Length34 m Crew11 
Max passengers12 Max diving passengers12 
Navigation & Communication
GPS yesPlotteryes
Depth sounder –Fish finder –
Satellite phoneyes Mariphone –
Radar– Navtex –
Life raft(s)Life jackets –
Life ringbuoysLife aid kit –
Fire extinguishersFire & smoke alarm –
EPIRPOxygen –
ENOSDefibrillator –
Hyperbaric chamber  
Dive Facilities
Compressors2Dive coursesyes 
Tanks 20Camera rinsing tub –
NITROX –weights/belts yes
Camera workstation –Dive platformyes 
Rental dive gearyes Tender

RIB 5.8m 4-stroke 150HP (10 man)

RIB 3.8m 50HP (5 man)

Deck shower(s)yesEnglish speaking guideyes 
Cabin facilities
Private bathroomyes Number of cabins 5
Showeryes Extra bed no
Private toiletyes220 volt
Air conditioningyes Fan
Porthole– Windowyes 
Lounge facilities
Air conditioningyes Fan(s) –
Sofa(s)yes Dining tableyes 
TelevisionDVD player– 
Sound systemComputer– 
Deck(s) facilities
Sun deck area yesCovered deck area yes
Reclining chairs yesMattressesyes 
Hammocks –Sofa(s)yes 
Dining tableyes   
Bar facilities
Beerincluded Wine extra
Spiritsextra Soft drinksincluded 
Juices includedIce cubesyes 
Services & Entertainment
Laundry service –Towel
Massage –Library
Indoor gamesyes Beach games
DVD’s –Ipod connection
Snorkel gear yesFishing gear yes
Kayak(s) 2Wakeboardyes 
Water ski yesJet skino 

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