Indonesia is a country of 17,000 islands. Exploring them by yacht makes for a truly out-of-the-ordinary and memorable trip. With so many places to discover, Indonesia is a destination to explore like no other—its beauty has to be seen to be believed. Navigate some of the most remote locations in the country, away from crowded areas, with little-to-no human contact. Visit UNESCO world heritage sites, mesmerising natural parks and encounter cultures far removed from your own. There are various areas ideal for chartering; each has its own charter season.
Birthed by volcanoes, the islands of Indonesia stretch in a long chain between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. As an island nation, Indonesia has, by necessity, been knit together through traditions of seafaring. The most iconic of Indonesia’s trading vessels is the PHINISI, wooden vessels built to sail the historic spice routes.
Today, seafaring travellers can step back in time aboard one of these traditional yachts while enjoying all the contemporary luxuries of the present, with a new fleet that blends the design and craftsmanship of the past with modern safety and comforts.
A 9 cabin, custom built phinisi yacht available to charter for up to 18 guests.
A single cabin provides the ultimate private retreat for a couple looking for an experience like no other.
Step on board Rascal and soak up the beautiful Hampton-style combined with the tropical landscapes of Indonesia. Rascal is truly one of a kind.
A popular tourist destination, Bali is widely known as a true paradise. It’s more than a place; it’s a feeling.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of the Komodo National Park is a must see for any nature lover.
Charter season: October to November and March to April
East of the Komodo National park lies the remote Alor Archipelago. Not only is it rich in nature but it is bursting with cultural interest.
Charter season: November to April
Made up of 1,500 islands covered in dense, thick jungle, steep cliffs and white sandy beaches, these islands are a sight to be seen and enjoyed.
For those seeking a truly remote, off-the-beaten-track experience head to West Papua. Often refer to as the ‘wild west’ you won’t find more of an adventure than chartering here.
Charter Season: October to November and March to April
The Spice islands (also known as the Banda Islands) are a small chain of volcanic islands with a rich history, best explored by boat. While not commonly frequented by tourists, those who do make the journey are quickly rewarded.