In March 2017 we will be offering 3 different cruises which are available on a per cabin bases. Each cruise will bring its own beauty and give you a once in a lifetime experience on board the Schooner “Mutiara Laut”, hailed as one of the most beautifully built classic yachts in its class.
Our voyages are all-inclusive: premium luxury stateroom, fine dining, drinks including our selected house wine and house mixes, on-board massages, snorkeling, diving, water-sports and on land excursions. Our experienced and friendly crew will take care of all your needs during these cruises.
Our first cruise will take you from Sorong (SOQ) to Ambon (AMQ). 7D/6N
Sailing through Raja Ampat with its pristine waters, white beaches and enormous under water bio-diversity, it is also known as the last paradise on Earth. From Raja Ampat our voyage will continue to Ambon, a trip for nature lovers and under-water enthusiasts.
The second voyage will take you from Alor (ARD) to Komodo (LBJ) 12D/11N
Our voyage will cover most of the traditional hand woven fabric made of various tribes along our cruise. A first handed experience to try to work on their traditional ingenious woven machine. Three-colored crater volcano Mt Kelimutu and experience the adventure of the traditional whale hunter tribes of Lamalera. Our adventure continue to Komodo National Park and meet in person, the world wonder, The Komodo dragon itself.
This trip offers a lot of diversity, nature, culture, marine activities and of course a visit to the World heritage site of Komodo National Park, where you will come face to face, not only with the Komodo Dragon but also one of the richest marine environments including coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass beds, seamounts, and semi-enclosed bays. These habitats harbor more than 1,000 species of fish, some 260 species of reef-building coral, and 70 species of sponges. Dugong, sharks, manta rays, at least 14 species of whales, dolphins, and sea turtles also make Komodo National Park their home.
On the third leg The Schooner Mutiara Laut, will set sail from Komodo (LBJ) to Bali (DPS) 7D/6N
After visiting Komodo National Park we will set sail direction Bali, the island of Gods, under way we will meet sea-gypsies at Messa island and see how they can survive the modern world holding on to their inherited tradition, we will pass Wera where traditional boats are being build, visit a salt water crater made by world’s second largest volcano eruption on Satonda island, continuing to Lombok island and watch traditional pottery making then to Bali. Under way there will be plenty of time for diving, snorkeling and other watersport activities.