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    • Navigable all year
    • Empty Beaches 
    • World-class Diving 
    • Liveaboard
    • Multi cultural
    • Seafood 
    • BBQ on the beach
    • Komodo Dragons
    • Manta Ray

The paradise for diversIndonesia

There are over 17,000 islands in Indonesia, making the diversity within this region truly spectacular. A melting pot of cultures shows it one of the most amazing tourist destinations in the world. Indonesia is in Southeast Asia and is between both the Indian and Pacific Oceans. 

Visiting Indonesia offers tourists a wide array of options ranging from the mountains to the sea. There are populated bustling cities, famous surf beaches and rice paddies!

Sailing onboard a luxury yacht in one of Indonesia’s most adored regions such as Raja Ampat, Komodo and Flores and the Spice Islands of Banda Neira in Maluku will offer you a chance to meet beautiful people. You can swim in the crystal clear waters, indulge in delicious local gourmet cuisine and be taken care of by our experienced and knowledgeable crew. 

Indonesia is an attractive travel destination with year-round tropical weather and somewhere to visit during each season. Here, you can discover the warm and welcoming hospitality, white-sandy beaches, hidden caves, hammock filled coastlines and clear nights for gazing up at the stars.

Sailing Indonesia is a unique way to explore some of these far-off islands that are relatively untouched and are still keeping the local culture and native wildlife in mind. The National Parks, coastlines and dive sites of Komodo, Raja Ampat and Banda Neira are special and touring them by sea is sure to provide you with wonderful memories of your journey here.

Komodo National Park

Komodo National Park is located in East Nusatenggara Indonesia and was recently selected as one of National Geographic Magazine’s Top Ten Destinations in the world. Travelling to Komodo and Flores is a short one hour direct flight from Bali and allows visitors to quickly escape the tourist crowds, infact, much of Komodo is yet to be seen by tourists making it even more special for those who do. 

Raja Ampat National Park

Sometimes referred to as the Last Paradise, with pristine beaches, rainforest-covered mountains, incredibly healthy reefs with stunning marine life; you can be sure to fall in love with this distant region of Indonesia. Raja Ampat is a true paradise and is comprised of around 1500 small islands and is a place where you can get lost in nature. Raja is easily known as one of the most impressive scuba diving locations on earth and is without a doubt one of the more untouched and lesser travelled parts of Indonesia. 

Banda Islands

Banda Neira is the main island of those that make up the Maluku archipelago in the far east of Indonesia. Famously known for the rich history of the spice trade, Banda Neira still has numerous buildings and museums where visitors come to learn about its past. Aside from the spice trade, where guests can enjoy a Spice Tour with a local guide, guests often visit the beauty of Banda Neira to explore the oceans. 

Can I rent a bareboat in Indonesia ?

No, unfortunately, the government does not allow bareboat. In some way, it is safer for you, as the maps are not always accurate in these remote areas. The captain with his crew will show you the best places.

How much is the visa or Indonesia

Most of the country get a free visa on arrival VOA for 30 days when they pass the immigration

You may find more information on the Indonesia immigration website

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