A Guide To Yacht Charter In Indonesia

Indonesia is renowned as one of the best places in the world for yacht charter. With over 17,000 islands, there is a myriad of fascinating destinations to explore that boast pristine beaches, smoking volcanoes, unique cultures, and exotic creatures on land and underwater.

In addition, Indonesia has a long history of seafaring. Today you can still find traditional Phinisi ships plying the waters alongside luxury superyachts. 

What to Expect on an Indonesian Yacht Charter

Private yacht charters in Indonesia range from one-day cruises around the popular destinations of Bali and Lombok to multi-day adventures in remote areas around the Indonesian archipelago.

Many yachts have set itineraries that take you to must-see spots including Komodo National Park and Raja Ampat, while others can create customized itineraries based on your personal preferences.

Luxury yachts provide the highest level of comfort with gorgeous cabins that rival five-star hotels.

These luxury liveaboards offer spacious living areas, large decks with sun loungers and al fresco eating areas, and professional crews including an expert captain, cruise director, private chef, and dive guide.

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Yacht Charter Destinations

As the world’s largest island nation, Indonesia offers endless opportunities for discovery. Private yacht charters are available year-round and follow the monsoon seasons. These are some of the most sought-after yachting destinations in Indonesia. 

Komodo National Park

Komodo National Park(KNP) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes 29 islands covered in rolling hills and soft sandy beaches.

Two of these islands are home to the rare Komodo dragons. While these legendary dragons are the main attraction, the park also offers incredible diving and snorkeling opportunities among the coral reefs.

The majority of yacht charter head to Komodo National Park between April and November.

Raja Ampat

If diving is your passion, a trip to Raja Ampat is a must. Located in Western Indonesia, Raja Ampat is an archipelago of over 1,500 islands, most of which are uninhabited and untouched by development.

The archipelago is part of the Coral Triangle, which hosts the richest marine biodiversity on the planet, so the waters are teeming with life, from coral colonies to tropical fish, sharks, turtles, and even whales. The best time to visit Raja Ampat is between November and April.

The Banda Islands

The remote Banda Islands consist of 10 volcanic isles set in the glittering Banda Sea. Also known as the Spice Islands, this archipelago was a major player during the Spice Trade, as they were the only places on the planet where nutmeg and mace grew.

Today visitors come for the spectacular scenery, excellent diving, and interesting historical sites that date as far back as the 15th century. The ideal time to visit the Banda Islands is between November and April.

What to do on a Yacht Charter in Indonesia

One of the best things about chartering a yacht in Indonesia is that you can choose how adventurous or restful you want your journey to be.

Most luxury yachts offer activities including diving, snorkeling, surfing, fishing, and water skiing, as well as excursions to deserted beaches, traditional villages, and peaceful lagoons.

For luxury tailor-made sailing experiences in Indonesia visit Ultimate Bali.

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