Embark on an unforgettable sailing journey in Indonesia, featuring a variety of on and off-board activities that will rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit. Discover the stunning marine life while diving and snorkeling in the world’s best spots or set off to explore untouched beaches, lagoons and excursions in the world’s largest archipelago. With over 17,000 islands, Indonesia is home to exotic fauna and flora. Let our expert private cruise team take you to the top destinations and cater to your every need.

Komodo Islands

A must-see destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Komodo National Park comprises 29 islands, with their verdant hills poking out of the crystalline sea. These islands are home to the renowned Komodo dragon and are the only place this majestic creature is found in the wild. Legend has it that Steven Speilberd was inspired to create Jurassic Park while on a voyage through Komodo Park. The islands feature a stunning variety of landscapes: rugged savannahs, arid in the summer and exploding with life in the winter; isolated white sand beaches; dramatic mountain peaks; and turquoise oceans teeming with brightly coloured tropical fish and vibrant coral reefs.
Diving and snorkeling lovers Diving lovers, you will be enchanted by the rich underwater sea-life, with colorful corals and fish, gentle sea turtles and groups of giant manta rays that weave and turn gracefully through the water.
Overall, a yacht trip to the Komodo Islands is the perfect way to experience the natural beauty and unique wildlife of the region.

Raja Ampat

Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Look no further than Raja Ampat, an Indonesian paradise known for its stunning crystal clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, and an abundance of marine life. Imagine yourself cruising around on a luxurious yacht, taking in the beauty of the remote and mostly uninhabited islands. Diving and snorkeling in Raja Ampat will blow your mind with the variety of marine life including sharks, manta rays, and turtles that you’ll encounter.
But it’s not just about the sea life, the islands themselves are a natural wonder, with lush jungles and hidden beaches waiting to be explored. And the best part? You’re on a yacht, so you can explore at your own pace and discover the hidden gems of Raja Ampat without the crowds. Trust us, a yacht trip to Raja Ampat is an experience like no other. So pack your bags, and let’s set sail to an adventure of a lifetime.


Alor Island in Indonesia is a true paradise for those seeking a luxurious and relaxing vacation on a yacht. With crystal clear waters and colorful coral reefs, the island offers some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world. The island is also home to traditional villages where visitors can experience the rich culture and traditions of the local people.
Visitors can also explore the island’s diverse wildlife, including exotic birds and monkeys, while sailing on a yacht. The island’s stunning natural beauty and secluded beaches provide the perfect setting for a romantic getaway or a family vacation.
A yacht vacation to Alor Island offers the ultimate combination of adventure and luxury. With a private crew and all the amenities of a five-star hotel, visitors can indulge in complete relaxation while exploring the island’s hidden gems.

Banda Islands

The Banda Islands, located in the heart of the Banda Sea in Indonesia, offer a truly unique and unforgettable vacation experience on a yacht. These islands are renowned for their rich history, stunning natural beauty, and diverse marine life.
The Banda Islands were once the world’s only source of nutmeg and mace, and the island’s colonial history can still be seen in the form of 17th century forts and Dutch colonial architecture. Visitors can explore the island’s historical sites, such as Fort Belgica and Fort Nassau, and learn about the island’s rich cultural heritage.
The Banda Islands are also home to some of the most beautiful and unspoiled coral reefs in the world, making it a paradise for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. The waters surrounding the islands are teeming with vibrant marine life, including colorful fish and giant sea turtles.