March 9, 2020

The Most Luxurious Yachts in Indonesia

With over 17,000 islands, the Indonesian archipelago is one of the most beguiling areas on the planet, and the best way to explore this incredible region is chartering a luxury yacht. Offering incredible craftsmanship, gorgeous modern interiors, and personalised five-star service, our luxury yachts ensure you sail in style and have unforgettable experiences in the spectacular destinations of Komodo National Park, Raja Ampat, Papua and the remote Spice Islands. If you’re looking for a voyage at sea that goes above and beyond your average sailing expedition, these are just a few of the most luxurious yacht charters in Indonesia.

Prana by Atzaró

9 Cabins | 18 Guests | 18 Crew | 55m

Newly built in 2018, Prana is a stunning phinisi yacht owned by the prestigious Atzaró group, who also own a luxury hotel in Ibiza. Throughout the over 900 square metres of living space spread over four decks and the nine gorgeous cabins, you will find beautiful design elements that would rival any five-star hotel. She sails to remote corners of the Indonesian archipelago like the Spice Islands and Raja Ampat, and along the way you can enjoy contemporary comforts like sound-proofed cabins and meals cooked by your private chef. She also has a rooftop yoga deck and two spa therapists so you can incorporate wellness into your incredible journey at sea.

From: USD 18,000 / night

Aqua Blu

15 Cabins | 30 Guests | 25 Crew | 60m

With an illustrious history and unique specifications, Aqua Blu is one of the most intriguing yachts in our collection. The vessel began life as the British Naval Explorer HMS Beagle, and later the private yacht of an aristocratic family. In 2017, it was taken over by the renowned Aqua Expeditions group and refurbished into an ultra-luxurious long-range explorer ship. It’s sheer size and 15 beautiful cabins make it perfect for families travelling together or large groups looking for five-star comforts as they travel throughout the Indonesian archipelago. Other key features include a library, sky lounge bar, spa, jacuzzi, and plenty of outdoor living areas for socialising, sunbathing, and dining under the stars.

From: USD 40,000 per night

Dunia Baru

7 Cabins | 14 Guests | 18 Crew | 51m

It took eight years for the Konjo people of Sulawesi to build Dunia Baru, and the result is a striking luxury phinisi superyacht that pays homage to Indonesia’s rich history of seafaring whilst offering the latest technology and modern comforts. Each of the seven cabins is spacious and features a private ensuite bathroom with six cabins located below deck and a grand master suite on the upper deck with huge wraparound windows and a private balcony. The three decks feature everything you need for indoor and outdoor living including a library, kitchen with a teppanyaki table, beanbags on the rooftop sunbathing area, and a long teak table for al fresco dining.

From: USD 18,570 / night


7 Cabins | 14 Guests | 20 Crew | 65m

Spanning an impressive 65-metres and boasting 7 beautiful cabins, Lamima is one of the largest wooden sailing yachts in the world. Built by expert ship craftsmen in Sulawesi, her traditional design adds to the authentic Indonesian experience, while modern conveniences and technology ensure the utmost comfort. When you’re not relaxing in your opulent air-conditioned suite or on one of the many wooden decks soaking up the scenery, you can take part in water sports like wakeboarding or paddleboarding, indulge in gourmet meals with fine wines, or relax with a soothing massage in the dedicated spa quarters.

From: USD 23,000 / night


5 Cabins | 10 Guests | 17 Crew | 50m

Silolona is a labour of love built by the famous Konjo shipbuilders of Sulawesi. Her traditional phinisi design features beautiful teak decks and each cabin is dedicated to a different cultural group in Indonesia with native textiles and artworks from Java, Bali, Borneo, Sumba and the Asmat region of Papua. With five cabins that can sleep up to 10 people and inviting lounges indoors and out, she makes for a luxurious home away from home while you travel through stunning landscapes in Komodo National Park, the Banda Islands, and Raja Ampat.

From: 17,000 / night


6 Cabins | 12 Guests | 18 Crew | 50m

Built in 2022 by artisan Konjo shipbuilders in South Sulawesi, Vela blends traditional Indonesian craftsmanship with modern technology and design. This sleek 50-metre luxury yacht has six sophisticated staterooms, all of which are decked out in the finest textiles, linens, and furnishings. Guests can create custom itineraries to all corners of the Indonesian archipelago, from the pristine dive sites in Raja Ampat to the lush volcanic peaks in the remote Malukus. Perfect for families and groups, Vela provides unforgettable journeys to some of the world’s most spectacular tropical islands and seascapes.

From: 15,000 / night

Kudanil Explorer

8 Cabins | 16 Guests | 21 Crew | 50m

Once a heavy-duty ocean vessel, Kundanil Explorer was lovingly converted into a luxury expedition yacht with eight stately cabins. Strong, sturdy and sublimely stylish, she features multiple living areas spread out over various decks including a library, lounge, dining room, and dedicated spa. The cabins have windows that allow for views out to sea, as well as private balconies where you can take in the sea breezes and passing scenery. The crew of 21 includes a boat manager to arrange trips and activities, a chef to prepare gourmet meals, and a dive guide to set you up with diving equipment and take you to amazing underwater sites. 

From: USD 23,000 / night

Planning Your Trip

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