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Escape the stresses of everyday life and reconnect with nature on a bespoke luxury cruise aboard Oracle. This 35-metre phinisi style yacht launched in mid-2019 and offers intimate voyages to some of Indonesia’s most beautiful islands. Oracle was built using locally sourced wood and traditional Indonesian shipbuilding techniques, so each voyage is an authentic experience rooted in the culture and history of the region. With two gorgeous cabins, comfortable living areas and open-air deck space, this is the perfect luxury yacht for couples and small families.
Designed by the hoteliers behind Blue Karma, Oracle has indoor and outdoor spaces that flow seamlessly into each other, a natural palette enhanced by materials like wood and rattan, and subtle pops of blue that echo the hues of the ocean. The 36-square-metre living room has comfortable sofas and a bar, and it opens to the spacious foredeck with a dining table under a canopy and cushioned bench seating. The upper deck has sun loungers and beanbags that make for prime sunbathing spots during the day or stargazing perches by night.
Oracle sets sail to spectacular corners of Indonesia where you can experience pristine nature above ground and under the waves. Voyages include Komodo National Park where you can see Komodo dragons in their natural habitat, picnic on remote beaches, and dive amongst coral gardens and colourful fish. Raja Ampat is another unforgettable destination with thousands of uninhabited jungle-clad islands and some of the most incredible dive sites in the world.
Both of Oracle’s large wooden suites are above deck; one on the upper deck and one on the main deck. Each has huge windows on all sides for panoramic views and to allow sea breezes to flow in. However, the blackout blinds can be drawn for privacy and a sound sleep. The suites also have king beds, ensuite bathrooms, air-conditioning, Sonos systems, and large al fresco terraces that are partially secluded. Oracle also has a small cabin below deck that can sleep an additional two people, making it perfect for families travelling with children or staff.
Guests onboard Oracle are well attended to by the experienced crew of 10, which includes the cruise director, captain, private chef, and a masseuse. The crew will go out of their way to ensure you want for nothing, whether it be excursions to unique corners of the archipelago, water sports gear like kayaks, paddleboards or water skis, soothing massages after a long day out exploring the sights, or a romantic candlelit dinner under the stars.
Oracle was built in 2019 and spans 35m with a beam of 7.5m and a draft of 3.5m. 2 cabins accommodate up to 4 guests, with additional accommodation for up to two guests below deck. She has a maximum cruising speed of 12 knots.