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Yacht Charter in Indonesia

Indonesia serves as a great jumping off point for Bali and Lombok, which are fast changing their reputation from boho party capital to a hub of wellness and restoration. In Sumatra, take in the World Heritage Site of Komodo National Park, where you can see the world’s largest lizard, a remnant of prehistory. Over in Bali meanwhile, you can hop between pristine islands on the comfort of your own yacht and soak up the spiritual ceremonies and the temples of the unique Balinese Hindus.

There are lots of options for chartering a yacht in Indonesia, so whether you are looking for a Bali yacht charter, a Komodo yacht charter or a Raja Ampat yacht charter, our brokers can guide you to some of the best yachts for your luxury yacht charter in Indonesia.

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Yacht Charter in Indonesia

Bali and Lombok

Just a short cruise from Bali, Lombok has many gilis (small islands) that are a delight to visit, from Gili Trawangan, known for its moonlit parties, to Gili Meno, where a new underwater sculpture of 48 life-size human statues, situated in a circle symbolising life and continuity, has proven to be a big draw for both divers and snorkelers. Bali and Lombok are simply beach heaven and many charter guests can’t resist the pull of the pink sands of Lombok’s Tangsi Beach, nor a helicopter ride over Mount Rinjani. Bali welcomes millions of international tourists yearly which contributes positively to their economy, but has cost the island its purity unlike Lombok which still has its virgin spots and authentic traditional communities.

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A charter around the island of Flores and the Komodo National Park, will reveal hidden pink beaches, waterfalls, mountain villages, and that most ancient of creatures – the Komodo Dragon. The island is home to approximately 2,500 Komodo Dragons, reaching approximately 3 metres in length and weighing over 70kg. These Jurassic reptiles are only found within the Komodo National Park and the surrounding Flores island. Komodo National Park sits in the heart of the Asia Pacific Coral Triangle, famous for its fierce currents, riptides, and whirlpools which bring in rich nutrients to create one of the world’s richest marine environments. These waters contain 76% of the world’s coral species and six of the world’s seven marine turtle species, however the current changing climate is endangering these fragile reefs.

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Raja Ampat

A place of unparalleled marine biodiversity, Raja Ampat has no shortage of incredible dive locations to discover, from Mansuar where you can watch manta rays at play, to the off-grid allure of Kri and the unmapped island of Yanggefo where it’s hard to tell where the mangrove trees end, and the sea begins. For the pure, unspoiled seas of old Jacques Cousteau films, Raja Ampat in northeast Indonesia, fulfils all your diving fantasies. The north area has nutrient-rich currents, denser fish life and better hard corals, whilst the south offers divers better visibility and more plentiful soft corals. These remote islands offer pristine reefs and breathtaking scenery with diverse underwater flora and fauna in abundance.

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