Our vessel is a double-masted traditional Indonesian sailboat that offers the unique opportunity to explore the incredibly remote, unique, and mystical Raja Ampat archipelago. The boat was built in Sulawesi in 2000 out of Indonesian hardwoods and is 100 feet long with a 21-foot beam. While not luxurious, she is comfortable, well maintained. There are six double cabins with en suite bathrooms, individually controlled air-conditioning, and electricity 24 hours a day. The boat is very sturdy and stable, whether still or under motor. The boat's crew of seven is attentive, experienced, and helpful, and many have worked on the boat for years. Note: There are four cabins below deck, and two cabins on the main deck (where the dining room and common areas are located). Please note that the cabins below deck require descending steep stairs/ladders, and that the cabins above deck are slightly smaller.
There are two cabins located on the main deck, which are slightly smaller than the Lower Deck Cabins. Each cabin has a bunk with one double bed and one single bed, and built-in storage. There are also small non-opening windows to allow natural light in.
There are four cabins located on the lower deck, two toward the bow, with an opening porthole skylight, and two toward the stern. Each cabin has a double bed, a single bed, and built-in storage. Please note that the cabins below deck require descending steep stairs/ladders.