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INDONESIA DESTINATIONS

WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO?

With amazing cruising on both sides of the equator, Indonesia is a true year-round cruising destination. Peak seasons differ by location but the rule of thumb is: south of the equator is best May to October, on the equator and above is best November to April. Drop us a line and let's make a plan!

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RAJA AMPAT

Possibly the greatest cruising grounds on planet earth.... Raja Ampat, Indonesia the last frontier.... an equatorial paradise.... an owner's dream. Let us make it a reality.

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KOMODO

The land time forgot...rugged and beautiful....powerful, brutal dragons and graceful, gentle mantas....these islands have it all. How many secrets remain hidden, yet to be discovered? Let's find out!

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SPICE ISLANDS

Once the most important islands in the world despite being tiny specs on the map, the Spice Islands in the centre of Indonesia make for a fascinating trip back in time.

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BIAK & E.PAPUA

Way out east we journey to see giants. Giant whale sharks come to feed on small fish around the local bagans. Guests are able to snorkel right next to them for the experience of a lifetime.

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SUNDA & SUMATRA

The Sunda Strait is the strait between the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra. It connects the Java Sea to the Indian Ocean. Volcanos, Sumatran Tigers, Lost Tribes, Empty Surf... Limitless Exploration.

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NORTH SULAWESI

Bunaken National Park encompasses several islands and is home to coral reefs and many types of fish. Off the east coast, the Lembeh Strait has unique marine creatures, like seahorses. Crested black macaques and tarsiers inhabit the Tangkoko Batuangus Nature Reserve.