The catamaran is an 11.5-meter sailing catamaran which is provided complete with a captain and crew with extensive experience sailing the waters around Bali and East Indonesia.
This boat was designed by Mark Pescott to be both fast and luxurious. Performing very well under sail regularly doing speeds of 10-15 knots but also with 2x 21HP diesel engines to reliably get you where you want to go in the days without favorable winds.
Day trips, half day trips, and sunset trips, 4/5 day trips to the Gili Islands, Surfing trips to Sumbawa or trips to the Komodo National Park. You tell us what you want to do and we can make it happen.
The vessel can sleep 5-6 guests plus crew comfortably for overnight charters and is licensed for up to 16 people for day trips. Guests can access the sea, fishing gear, snorkeling gear, the sound system and TV and DVD player.
We have 2 separate double cabins with doors. One cabin has a king sized bed and private ensuite. The second cabin has a double bed and a separate single berth. There are a total of 2 toilets, 2 hot/cold indoor showers and an outdoor shower for use to rinse off after swimming.
For trips where catering is provided our chef will be cooking up wonderful dishes to delight your taste buds. Food freshly cooked onboard and enough to satisfy any appetite. With our large capacity freezer and refrigerator, you can expect choice meats and seafood, fresh salads and vegetable dishes, desserts, fruits and snacks. With advanced notice, we will cater to any specific dietary needs.
All your electrical needs are taken care of with our 2000 watt inverter so without the use of a generator. This means un-disturbed sleeping in our very comfortable beds with hotel quality linen.
For day trips we sail to some beautiful areas on the Islands of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. Our fast fractional rigged Bermudan sloop moves along comfortably and quickly reaching speeds of up to 15 knots sailing off the wind. In the saloon, we have an entertainment system with a TV, radio, and DVD plus a great sound system that you can connect to your handphone so that you can enjoy your favorite tunes. There is much to see and do in this area. For those guests with more time, we recommend a 2 day/1 night trip and weather permitting will visit the famous Manta Point on the 2nd morning.
For longer overnight trips we travel to Lombok and the famous Northern Gili Islands. Picture three miniscule desert islands, fringed by white sand beaches and coconut palms, sitting in a turquoise sea: the Gilis are a vision of paradise. These islets have exploded in popularity, and are booming like nowhere else in Indonesia.
We also visit the quieter and less developed Southern Gili Islands where it’s still possible to find an uninhabited island with a deserted anchorage and a spectacular white sandy beach waiting for your footprints. This is one of our favorite areas and seeing is believing.
For overnight trips of 5-6 days we can visit the islands off the Northern East of Lombok and the North West of Sumbawa before heading North to the famous Gili Moyo.
Length: 11.5 meters
Beam/Width: 6.6 metres
Draft: 0.5 meters
Engines: 2 x 21 HP Nanni Diesels
Survival Equip: 20 Life Jackets, 2 life rings, 3x8 person solas certified life rafts and safety flares.
Power: 3.5-meter Rib with 15 HP Yamaha outboard
Toilets: 2 Toilets, 3 Showers (2 indoor and 1 deck shower)
Audio System: Pioneer Stereo System with DVD Player and TV
Kitchen Equipment: Galley, Stove and BBQ
Navigation Equipment: Chart Plotter and Handheld GPS
Capacity Day Trips - 16 passengers, Overnight - 5-6 passengers.
October to March (Low Season): $1,200 USD per day
April to September (High Season): $1,400 USD per day
Snacks, tea coffee, drinking water.
Harbor Fees and Local Taxes
More than 91 days prior cancellation lead to a cancellation charge of 50%.
Less than 90 days prior no refund will be given.
Please inquire directly through "Message Owner" for more details.
Usually this boat operates around Denpasar, ID.
The jewel in the crown of Indonesia’s 18,000 islands, Bali is packed full of culture and adventure. Discover sailing in Bali with a private yacht charter and see a whole new side to this popular destination.
First discovered by Australian surfers in the 1970’s, today Bali attracts over 6 million tourist arrivals each year. Many head to the bars and clubs of Kuta, or the surf beaches of the south coast; and increasingly, digital nomads have been making Ubud home.