Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Indonesia Cruises and liveaboard

Located in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is home to active volcanoes, dense jungle, white sand beaches, clear turquoise waters, stunning landscapes and exotic wildlife. Cruises aboard traditional Indonesian ships and yachts are an excellent option for travelers interested in exploring the remote islands along the eastern half of the Indonesian archipelago. Far from the crowds of Bali, going to these small and astonishingly beautiful islands with schooner ships offer a unique glimpse into the natural beauty of Indonesia and the colorful traditions and culture of the native Indonesian people. Here they are some of Indonesia cruise and live aboard that would bring the new experience travel trip around the sea of beauty islands in Indonesia.

Silolona

The Silolona is truly classic, luxury yacht where no expense has been spared to ensure that discerning travellers can discover and admire the stunning scenery and underwater wonders of South East Asia on a private cruise. The Pinisi, or Phinisi, is a traditional sailing ship that has been used in Indonesia for several centuries dating as far back as the 16th century and are still largely built by traditional ship makers of the archipelago to this day. There are plenty of Pinisi charters available in Indonesia and the Silolona is one of the most luxurious charters in its class. The ship was built by hand by the Sulawesi Konjo people in 2004 . Silolona operates luxury private yacht charters aboard traditional Phinisi wooden sailboats. Silolona sails to the remote islands of eastern Indonesia visiting volcanic crater lakes, the Komodo dragons and traditional Papua tribes. Silolona offers luxury scuba-diving expeditions and cultural trips to traditional island villages. The company operates five to nine day cruises to Indonesia between the months of April and November. Silolona cruises can be combined to form longer journeys and include luxury on-board cabins and freshly prepared Asian-fusion cuisine. Passengers can choose from an array of watersports and activities including diving, snorkeling, kayaking, fishing and water-skiing.Custom cruise itineraries and tours are available upon request.

Silolona
PT Silolona Pinisi Explorer
JI. Mertasari 8A Sanur 80228 Bali
Indonesia +62-361-286682

Indonesia Cruises

Indonesia Cruises welcomes passengers aboard small Indonesian sailing ships for leisure cruises to the remote eastern islands of Indonesia. Indonesia Cruises operates a fleet of three ships, the largest at 47 meters overall. Tours are all-inclusive offering luxury accommodations and fine dining. Cruises are led by a small team of highly experienced professionals. Itineraries include a Bali-Komodo-Flores journey, cruises to Flores, Sumba, Savu and the Alor archipelago and an in-depth sailing exploration of the Komodo National Park. Indonesia Cruises also offers a scuba-diving excursion that travels deep into remote regions of the Indonesian archipelago.The Buginese schooner "Ombak Putih" (which means "White Wave") was custom designed for Western travellers and built in 1996/1997 by traditional craftsmen in Kalimantan. Each of the 12 twin cabins  has its own shower and toilet and its own air-conditioner, and there is a crew of 15 to take care of the passengers' needs  .  From November to February, the "Ombak Putih" sails to South Sulawesi, a sun drenched island that once drew explorers and traders from all parts of the world. Historic colonial buildings and forts evoke the shadow of the past – equally impressive are today's vibrant local culture and magical beliefs that still play an important role in everyday life. In the Lesser Sunda Island as well as around Sulawesi you'll also find coral reefs that are amazing both in their colour and in the variety of life they sustain. Therefore, these cruises offer new experiences and unforgettable impressions for every traveller to Asia.

Indonesia Cruises
PT Ombak Putih Kuta Poleng D-7
JI. Setiabudi Simpang Siur 80361 Kuta Bali
Indonesia +62-361-766546

Sea Trek Sailing Adventures

Established in 1985, Sea Trek Sailing Adventures was one of the first small ship cruise operators to sail to the remote eastern islands of Indonesia. Sea Trek Sailing Adventures offers nine cruise itineraries ranging from 10 to 14 days in length aboard traditional Indonesian Phinisi boats. Sea Trek Sailing Adventures cruises are all inclusive with comfortable on-board cabins and highly experienced guides. Cruises offer passengers plenty of time for exploration both at sea and on land. Sea Trek Sailing Adventures' featured cruise is the Bali-Flores-Bali cruise, which sails along the Lesser Sunda Islands. Along the way, passengers visit traditional island villages and tour some of the most impressive and diverse national parks in Indonesia. Activities include snorkeling, hiking, jungle trekking and cultural trips. Handcrafted by experienced Indonesian shipwrights from the best available hardwoods all the way from keel to topmasts, she is the epitome of traditional beauty. It is unusual in several respects.  While on most traditional Buginese liveaboards the cabins are squeezed in below decks to make the diving operations economically viable, It has a totally different personality:  with just five staterooms on her main deck she unabashedly caters to the luxurious top end of the international dive market. This phinisi was built for comfort.

Sea Trek Sailing Adventures
PT Pinisi Duta Bahari
JI. By Pass Ngurah Rai 245 Sanur 80228 Bali
Indonesia +62-361-283358

The Seven Seas Liveaboard

The Seven Seas is a traditional Buginese Schooner. The hull was purchased by the current owners in April 2005. Mark Heighes and Jos Pet had been discussing their dream boat for years and when they finally ran into the right vessel, they were immediately sold on her. While still unfinished, the vessel was clearly a piece of solid traditional boat-building. The Seven Seas is a 45m (LOA), traditionally built Buginese schooner and has set new standards in Indonesian liveaboard luxury. Custom-designed to accommodate up to 16 guests in spacious comfort over three decks she is perfect for both diving and relaxation.The Seven Seas liveaboard (www.thesevenseas.net) also does charters to Komodo, Wakatobi, Alor, and the Banda Sea. To get to Raja Ampat, the best routing is to get to Jakarta, Bali or Singapore. Then the Seven Seas office can assist you with booking travel to Sorong. In order to board the Seven Seas, arrive in Jakarta no later than the day prior to boarding.


PT Seven Seas Cahaya Utama
Villa Lumbung
House No. 6, Suite A
Jl. Raya Petitenget 1000X
Kerobokan, Badung 80361
Bali, Indonesia
Tel/Fax: +62 361 4735742
Email: info@thesevenseas.net
sevenseas.expeditions@gmail.com

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