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Major refit for Wally sailing yacht NARIIDA at Baltic Yachts

November 13, 2013

Written by zuzana

The majestic sailing yacht Nariida, formerly known as Wallygator, is currently undergoing an extensive refit at Baltic Yachts in Finland. Designed by Luca Brenta, the 32m (105′) superyacht Nariida represents the first large fast cruiser/racing boat by Wally Yachts, originally launched in 1994. She is also the first non-Baltic yacht to undergo a refit at Baltic Yachts.

Wally superyacht Nariida at Baltic Yachts in Finland

Wally superyacht Nariida at Baltic Yachts in Finland - Image courtesy of Baltic Yachts

Luxury yacht Nariida is used extensively between north-west Europe and the Mediterranean every season, and has also competed actively on the racing scene. Cosmetic wear and tear is therefore unavoidable, and renewal of surfaces is an important part of the project. Particularly challenging, yet well within Baltic Yachts’ abilities, are extensive replacements of teak veneering in the yacht’s interior. Baltic Yachts will also make noticeable alterations to parts of her layout, including new cabinetry, storage and work areas.

Over the years, Baltic Yachts has gained a lot of skills and experience in perfecting the complex refit skill. The list of items to be addressed and improved on Nariida yacht is long, and is likely to grow longer, during the project period. At the same time Baltic Yachts adhere to a strict schedule, enabling them to hand over a modernised, sparkling and well documented “new” yacht to the owner, in good time for the next season.

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Sailing yacht TARA to come back to France on December 7

November 13, 2013

Written by zuzana

Following the 7-month Tara Oceans Polar Circle expedition around the North Pole, sailing yacht Tara is expected to return to France on December 7, 2013.

Expedition yacht TARA - Photo by V.Hillaire/TaraExpeditions

Expedition yacht TARA - Photo by V.Hillaire/TaraExpeditions

The return will be celebrated on Saturday, December 7, in Lorient, Tara yacht’s home port, and on Sunday, December 8, at the Salon Nautique in Paris. These events will also be an opportunity to recapitulate the commitments of Tara Expeditions, and to celebrate their 10th anniversary.

The scientific mission in the Arctic Ocean covered 25,000 kilometers, and traversed the Northeast and Northwest passages in a single season. Supported by agnès b., the Albert II of Monaco Foundation, CNRS, CEA, EMBL, Lorient Agglomeration, EDF Foundation and other private and public partners, the expedition’s goal was to research plankton biodiversity in the Arctic.

By circumnavigating the Arctic Ocean, Tara Oceans Polar Circle completes the goals of the Tara Oceans expedition (2009-2012): to collect plankton in all the world’s oceans, in order to understand how oceans are reacting to the major changes taking place. In addition, other issues were studied, including an assessment of mercury levels, and also the concentration of plastic particles in the sea.

55 scientific sampling stations were carried out under extreme conditions, and 5,000 samples of plankton were collected. “We were able to carry out the entire mission beyond our expectations – with a half-dozen more sampling stations than originally planned,” explains Eric Karsenti, the scientific director of the mission.

Analysis of the samples will continue in laboratories for years to come, but as of 2013 (just 4 years after the start of Tara Oceans) 8 scientific publications have already appeared. These articles are devoted to very precise subjects. The 7-year Oceanomics research program began in March 2013 with thousands of samples collected during the Tara Oceans and Tara Oceans Polar Circle expeditions. The data will be organized and used to understand how plankton biodiversity and the oceanic carbon pump function. In the long term, certain compounds will be identified for the pharmaceutical field. Raw data has been made available online to the scientific community.

“It is surely one of the most important achievements of this kind of  expedition.” continues Eric Karsenti. “It’s almost like a library, where researchers around the world can work on the samples, without anyone knowing what will be the outcome.”

During recent months, Tara Expeditions appealed to policy makers and the general public concerning the most urgent environmental issues in the Arctic, by publishing “A Plea for the Arctic.”

Nearly 10,000 students followed the expedition via the website “Echos d’escale” where they could discover the key environmental issues affecting the Arctic. Older students can continue exploring by participating in the program, “From boat to laboratory” which allows them to use real scientific data, and be in contact with researchers who are examining the collected samples.

PROGRAM: TARA’S RETURN
Saturday, December 7 in Lorient – 17h30 to 19h: Tara will light up the harbor of Lorient. Tara’s unprecedented night-time arrival will be a high point in the inauguration of the city’s Christmas lights. Special illumination of the docks and boats, brass band, mulled wine. A popular and festive gathering to celebrate Tara’s return and 10th anniversary. All documentary films made over the past 10 years will be projected as part of “Tara’s Night,” to present the many facets of the expeditions.

Sunday, December 8 in Paris – 14h30 to 16h: Tara celebrates her 10th anniversary, and her return from the Arctic expedition at the Salon Nautique de Paris (Porte de Versailles) with the presence of the whole team.

KEY STATISTICS OF THE TARA OCEANS POLAR CIRCLE EXPEDITION
55 sampling stations, including 18 long stations, at depths down to 1000 meters –  5,000 samples –  23 scientific instruments on board – 11 stopovers – 5 countries visited –  202 days of expedition – 3 captains relayed each other: Loïc Vallette, Samuel Audrain and Martin Hertau – 57 people took turns aboard Tara including 40 scientists, and 17 crew members – lowest recorded temperature: -8° C in the Canadian Arctic in September – highest recorded temperature: 29° C in Dudinka (Russia) in July – the northernmost position attained: N 080° 48′- E 047° 41′ at Franz Josef archipelago (Russia).

10 YEARS OF COMMITMENT
10 years ago, with the leadership of Etienne Bourgois and the support of agnès b, the Tara Expeditions project was conceived to promote the protection of the oceans and thus the planet. During this last decade, a lot of water has flowed under Tara’s round hull. 6 short campaigns, each several months long, were conducted between 2004 and 2006 with artists and scientists aboard, from Greenland to Antarctica, before the launch of 3 major missions devoted to climate and marine biodiversity: Tara Arctic (2006 – 2008), Tara Oceans (2009 – 2012) and Tara Oceans Polar Circle (2013). Ecology needs more science. The next decade will be crucial for making major decisions on climate change.

For the entire Tara Expeditions team, the coming years will be rich in discoveries and full of promise.

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Launch of Open Ocean 750 sailing yacht HQ2 by Two Oceans Marine

November 13, 2013

Written by zuzana

Two Oceans Marine has successfully launched the Open Ocean 750 sailing yacht HQ2, a project which took over two years to be completed. Penned by Du Toit Yacht Design, HQ2 yacht is a beautiful and luxurious, yet functional 75-foot catamaran, expertly constructed by Two Oceans Marine in Cape Town, South Africa. She is a sailing sistership to expedition catamaran Quo Vadis, launched by Two Oceans Marine last year.

Open Ocean 750 sailing yacht HQ2

Open Ocean 750 sailing yacht HQ2

Luxury yacht HQ2 will be taking part in the Cape to Rio Yacht Race in early 2014, and then will become the on-the-water holiday home of a family and two crew to enjoy cruising holidays.

Open Ocean 750 sailing catamaran HQ2

Open Ocean 750 sailing catamaran HQ2

HQ2 Yacht

HQ2 Yacht

Luxury yacht HQ2 - Exterior

Luxury yacht HQ2 - Exterior

HQ2 Yacht - Interior

HQ2 Yacht - Interior

HQ2 Yacht - Galley

HQ2 Yacht - Galley

HQ2 Yacht - Cabin

HQ2 Yacht - Cabin

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Photos of Pendennis-refitted 78m superyacht M5 afloat released by Ron Holland

November 12, 2013

Written by zuzana

World-renowned designer, Ron Holland, has released the images of superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) afloat, following her extensive refit at Pendennis in Falmouth, England. The majestic 78-metre luxury yacht M5 remains the largest single mast sailing yacht in existence, boasting the highest mast in the world. Next year, she will be enjoying the azure waters of the breath-taking yacht charter destination – the South Pacific, and beyond.

Pendennis-refitted superyacht M5 originally designed by Ron Holland afloat

Pendennis-refitted superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) originally designed by Ron Holland afloat - Image courtesy of Ron Holland

Luxury sailing yacht M5 afloat

Luxury sailing yacht M5 afloat - Image courtesy of Ron Holland

Below is a gallery for the outstanding charter yachts with design by Ron Holland.

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Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 2013 to kick off in six weeks

November 11, 2013

Written by zuzana

This year’s 69th edition of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race will play a host to an impressive, international and competitive fleet, expected to offer a spectacle befitting of the event’s colossal reputation. A little over six weeks remain before the Boxing Day start of the annual 628-nm ocean classic running from Sydney to Hobart, often referred to as a ‘nautical rite of passage’, and sponsored by Rolex since 2002.

Wild Oats XI Yacht leads fleet out of harbour after start at 68th Rolex Sydney Hobart - Photo by Rolex Carlo Borlenghi

Wild Oats XI Yacht leads fleet out of harbour after start at 68th Rolex Sydney Hobart - Photo by Rolex/Carlo Borlenghi

Event organizers Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) have confirmed that 97 yachts are registered for the race including 22 international entrants, which when calculated as a proportion of the entire fleet, represents a race record. The tally of competitors should comfortably surpass 2012’s 76 race starters.

Rarely has the front end of the fleet appeared so competitive. Six-time line honours winner and current race record holder sailing yacht Wild Oats XI, the 100-ft Maxi owned by Bob Oatley and skippered by Mark Richards, again starts as the boat to beat for line honours.

As identified in the accompanying infographic, Wild Oats XI currently holds the race record – setting a fastest time of 1 day, 18 hours, 23 minutes and 12 seconds in 2012 – a feat which not only secured line honours but outright victory and the coveted Tattersall’s Cup. Never one to rest on their laurels, over the past twelve months, the Wild Oats XI team has continued its longstanding quest to maximize the yacht’s speed potential.

Sailing yacht Loki encounters big sea approaching Tasman Island - Photo by Rolex Daniel Forster

Sailing yacht Loki encounters big sea approaching Tasman Island - Photo by Rolex/Daniel Forster

The revamped Wild Oats XI faces competition from three fellow 100-ft Australian Maxis. Anthony Bell skippers superyacht Loyal, formerly Rambler 100. Making its long awaited Rolex Sydney Hobart debut, the yacht arrives with an unfilled reputation as the most potent racing Maxi in the world. Loyal’s crew is impressive, featuring the vastly experienced Michael Coxon and Stan Honey, while welcoming an event debutant – 2010 ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year and America’s Cup winner Tom Slingsby.

Ragamuffin, expertly skippered by Australian sailing legend Syd Fischer, 86 years young and with 44 Rolex Sydney Hobart races to his name, narrowly won line honours in 2011 under its guise as Bell’s sailing yacht Investec Loyal. The outside bet, Grant Wharington’s Wild Thing has recently undergone structural changes designed to improve performance. She claimed line honours back in 2003.

Sailing yacht Ragamuffin Loyal passes beneteah cliffs of Tasman Island - Photo by Rolex Daniel Forster

Sailing yacht Ragamuffin Loyal passes beneteah cliffs of Tasman Island - Photo by Rolex/Daniel Forster

A fifth 100-ft yacht, the Farr 100 superyacht Zefiro, arrives all the way from Cyprus, one of a rich array of international entrants which includes Karl Kwok’s new 80-ft Beau Geste from Hong Kong. Kwok won the competition in 1997 with his Farr 49 of the same name.

Yachts from Germany, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom complete the international line-up, an impressive haul when considering the logistical commitment required in delivering a boat to Australia.

The fleet comprises 15 new boats as well as five yachts to have won the race, the most recent returning winner being Secret Men’s Business 3.5 (2010), fresh from appearing at the Rolex Fastnet and now sailing under new ownership as Primitive Cool.

Record Evolution Rolex Sydney Hobart - Photo by Rolex/KPMS

Record Evolution Rolex Sydney Hobart - Photo by Rolex/KPMS

EVENT PROGRAMME

Tuesday, 24 December
Race Briefing(s)

Thursday, 26 December
Weather Briefing
13:00 Race start (AEDT)

From Saturday, 28 December
Arrival of the first boats in Hobart

Wednesday, 1 January
Final prizegiving, Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania (RYCT)

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First Perini Navi 60m series mega yacht SEAHAWK delivered

November 11, 2013

Written by zuzana

The Perini Navi Group, a world-renowned company specializing in the design and building of large sailing and motor yachts, has successfully delivered the all-new sailing yacht Seahawk (hull C.2193). Mega yacht Seahawk represents the first luxury vessel in the Group’s new generation of 60m sailing yachts. Boasting innovative hull lines as well as technological solutions, these yachts guarantee speed and performance under sail, together with even more ample and comfortable interior volumes, that make this new Perini Navi series truly unique.

New 60m superyacht Seahawk (hull C.2193) by Perini Navi - Image credit to Studio Borlenghi/Stefano Gattini

New 60m superyacht Seahawk (hull C.2193) by Perini Navi at the 2013 Perini Navi Cup - Image credit to Studio Borlenghi/Stefano Gattini

Luxury yacht Seahawk has a sleek hull and superstructure in aluminium with a gross tonnage of under 500 GT and a displacement of 570 tons. The variable keel length allows for a draught that goes from 4.30 to 12.30m.

Seahawk superyacht - upview

Seahawk superyacht - upview - Image credit to Studio Borlenghi/Stefano Gattini

The ketch, designed by the naval architects at Perini Navi in collaboration with New Zealander Ron Holland, has a total sail plan area of 2.125 sqm featuring two aluminium masts of 62 e 52m. The booms and spreaders are in carbon fibre as are the foils, head-stays and diagonals. And, for the first time on a Perini Navi ketch, carbon fibre has also been used for the standing rigging.

Luxury yacht Seahawk under sail

Luxury yacht Seahawk under sail

On the foredeck a new generation of fully recessed furlers for the head sails has been created by the Perini Navi Mast Division which has also developed the new captive winches installed onboard which increase manoeuvring power and speed.

Superyacht Seahawk

Superyacht Seahawk - Image credit to Studio Borlenghi/Stefano Gattini

The interiors, penned by the French designer Christian Liaigre, have a refined and extremely elegant contemporary allure with traditional maritime elements. The three principal areas on Seahawk yacht’s main deck- dining room, living room and office- are planned around a staircase, an element that unites the three levels of the yacht.

Luxury yacht Seahawk

Luxury yacht Seahawk

The lower deck has four en suite guest cabins and a full-beam owner’s suite whose original layout features two double beds placed diagonally across from each other and sliding walls that can be closed to divide the suite into two for charter use.

Below is a choice of the oustanding charter yachts built by Perini Navi.

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Sailing yacht Starkel 131 concept by Fifth Ocean Yachts and Starkel Studio

November 11, 2013

Written by zuzana

Measuring 40 meters in length over all, sailing yacht Starkel 131 concept by Fifth Ocean Yachts and Starkel Design is a striking fast cruiser, designed to explore the world’s oceans in comfort, providing excellent performance. Superyacht Starkel 131 concept features spacious and comfortable accommodation for up to 10 guests.

Starkel 131 superyacht concept by Fifth Ocean Yachts and Starkel Studio

Starkel 131 superyacht concept by Fifth Ocean Yachts and Starkel Studio

Starkel 131 Yacht Concept under sail

Starkel 131 Yacht Concept under sail

Luxury yacht Starkel 131 concept - upview

Luxury yacht Starkel 131 concept - upview

Technical Specifications of the Starkel 131 yacht concept:

Type – Fast Cruiser
L.o.a. – 40.00 m
L.w.l. – 34.68 m
B. max – 8.40 m
Accomodation – 4 Guests cabins (8/10 guests) and 3 crew cabins (5/6 crew)
Design – Studio Starkel
Interior Design – Studio Starkel
Rig – Fractional sloop
Construction type – Aluminium Sealium
Notes – Owner cabin: 2 double beds, bathroom with separate head/sauna and wc.
Guests cabin: 1 double bed, bathroom with separate head and wc

Starkel 131 Yacht Concept - General arragement

Starkel 131 Yacht Concept - General arragement

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New ALEN 55 T/T Perini Navi sailing yacht PANTHALASSA to be delivered at the end of the year

November 11, 2013

Written by zuzana

The second Alen 55 superyacht tender by Alenyacht is set to be delivered to the Owners of the 56m Perini Navi charter yacht Panthalassa before the end of this year, replacing the previous Alen 42 chase boat. The all-new Alen 55 boat made its premiere at the 2013 Cannes Boat Show in September. The first Alen 55 was delivered this summer, and the yard is already working on hull No 3 and No 4, both scheduled for delivery in 2014.

Alen 55 T/T 56m Perini Navi superyacht Panthalassa

Alen 55 T/T 56m Perini Navi superyacht Panthalassa - Image courtesy of Alenyacht/Nicolas Claris

The unique style of the Alen 55 yacht tender is like no other. The soft, elegant and clean lines reflect a timeless design and tradition, the hand-laid teak deck and custom interior offers a unique sense of emotion and comfort.

Alen 55 superyacht tender at full speed

Alen 55 superyacht tender at full speed - Image courtesy of Alenyacht/Nicolas Claris

Each Alen Tender is different and customized to their owner. The v-shape hull ensures steady cruising in the roughest conditions.

SY PANTHALASSA - 001

SY PANTHALASSA - 001

Specifications of the Alen 55 T/T charter yacht Panthalassa:

Overall length 16.80 m
Max beam 4.80 m
Draft 0.91 m
Material Full Composite w/ AIREX core
Displacement 18 tons
Fuel capacity 2 130 l
Fresh water capacity 465 l
Black water Capacity 117 l
Grey water Capacity 84 l
Generator 8 kW ONAN
Engines 2 x 800 HP MAN – 2 x IPS 900 HP
Max. speed 36 knots
Cruising speed 30 knots Range 250 nm
CE Certification Category “B”
Engine 2 x 800 HP – 2 x IPS 900 HP

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Video presenting 48m Arzana Navi sailing yacht NATIVA

November 08, 2013

Written by zuzana

Launched by the Italian shipyard Arzana Navi last year, superyacht NATIVA is a majestic flybridge sloop, beautifully penned by renowned Tripp Design. Officially launched at the 2013 Monaco Yacht Show, the first video presenting the striking 48-metre sailing yacht NATIVA can be viewed below.

Luxury yacht NATIVA, a single-masted sailing boat weighing 280 tonnes, is the first yacht by Arzana Navi. She combines style, comfort and performance, fitted with the most innovative technological solutions. NATIVA is green star certified as environmentally friendly. She has an on-board capacity of ten guests plus a crew of eight and features materials and finishing details strictly made in Italy.

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INDONESIA Luxury Yacht Charter Aboard Traditional Phinisi Yacht MUTIARA LAUT

November 05, 2013

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Asia‘s captivating yacht charter destination with breathtaking remote locations, full of under and above water spectacles and fascinating history, INDONESIA is without doubt best experienced sailing aboard a luxury vessel. Indonesia luxury yacht charter aboard traditional phinisi yacht MUTIARA LAUT (Pearl of the Sea) offers personalised itineraries tailored to suit your desires. If you are looking for an adventure of a lifetime, a romantic sailing experience or a fantastic diving trip, charter yacht MUTIARA LAUT is an ideal choice. She is currently available for Raja Ampat and Maluku yacht holidays visiting such spectacular destinations as The Eastern Islands and Irian Jaya. If you have not yet any plans for the upcoming holiday season, Indonesia Christmas yacht charter could be a wonderful alternative and an unforgettable experience to be shared for years to come.

Mutiara Laut Profile

Mutiara Laut Profile

Maluku Islands Yacht Charter Holidays

Maluku is one of the most beautiful, diverse and unspoilt corners of the World. Its islands are scattered between Sulawesi, Timor and Papua, known also as the ‘Spice Islands’. Over a thousand stunning tropical islands make up Maluku, boasting lush vegetation and one-of-a-kind fauna, remarkable beaches and marine life coupled with wonderful and friendly local people. It is an ideal destination for those looking for complete peace and tranquility and those who are in love with island-hopping well off the beaten track.

Mutiara Laut in Indonesia

Mutiara Laut in Indonesia

Raja Ampat Boat Rental

Traditional phinisi, such as the beautiful Mutiara Laut schooner, will sail you to the enchanting world of Indonesia’s most beautiful archipelago – Raja Ampat. It is located right in the middle of the East Indonesia, where Maluku meets Papua, offering spectacular diving and cruising areas. The well known lagoon of Wayag is an intriguing group of rock islands situated in the extreme northwest of the region accessible by boat. The islands of Raja Ampat have the highest biodiversity in the World, with an unparalleled abundance of coral and fish. Other activities to enjoy include birdwatching and hiking.

Raja Ampat - Image courtesy of Mutiara Laut

Raja Ampat - Image courtesy of Mutiara Laut

The Two-Masted Schooner MUTIARA LAUT (Pearl of the Sea)

Luxury schooner yacht Mutiara Laut is a 46 metre vessel constructed based upon an 18th century North Atlantic schooner, boasting local Indonesian influence of a traditional Phinisi Boat. Mutiara Laut’s interior and exterior represents a harmonious fusion of eclectic Asian and classic European craftsmanship, combined with modern elegance and old-world charm. There are beautiful and intricate carvings of Balinese artisans adding a special touch to this floating luxury hotel with top of the class amenities.

Luxury charter yacht Mutiara Laut

Luxury charter yacht Mutiara Laut

Mutiara Laut yacht has a 60 sq metre open deck area for socialising and relaxation, where guests can unwind with a book, sunbathe or simply enjoy the fantastic scenery with a glass of wine or a cocktail in hand. There are extra large day-beds and comfortable seats placed around the tables for a special al fresco dining experience or a delicious snack.

Mutiara Laut yacht - onboard

Mutiara Laut yacht - onboard

The main deck saloon and the dining area provide all the amenities for meetings and formal dining. It offers complete media facilities for presentations or entertainment events. Two exceptional chefs create mouthwatering delicacies in the spacious and fully equipped galley.

Mutiara Laut yacht - Saloon

Mutiara Laut yacht - Saloon

The saloon features a lounge, a briefing area and an intimate dining room, seating 14 charter guests around exotic finely carved wooden tables. The lower deck staterooms are accessible by a majestic stairway boasting hand-crafter pillars and sweeping sculptured hand rails. The saloon is fully air-conditioned and has a large LCD TV, library and lounge area.

Mutiara Laut phinisi - Dining

Mutiara Laut phinisi - Dining

Accommodation aboard luxury charter yacht Mutiara Laut is offered to 14 charter guests in safe, comfortable and most of all private cabins. The VIP cabin offers a king-sized bed, elegant desk, a large sofa, a very large wardrobe and a great selection of books.

There are additional six guest cabins including four double cabins and two twin cabins. The four double cabins feature a settee convertible into an extra single bed, while the single beds in the two forward twin cabins can be converted into double beds.

Accommodation aboard Mutiara Laut

Accommodation aboard Mutiara Laut

All rooms have been furnished with sofas, dressing tables and luxurious en-suite facilities. There are large portholes that fill each cabin with natural light and provide views of the magnificent scenery outside. Each cabin is fully air-conditioned and comes equipped with en-suite bathroom, ample locker space as well as a study corner with a desk and internet-connected PC.

Luxury phinisi Mutiara Laut - VIP bathroom

Luxury phinisi Mutiara Laut - VIP bathroom

Special services on board include relaxing traditional massages, which guests can enjoy while taking in the beautiful scenery or in the privacy of their own cabin. Mutiara Laut has a professional, friendly and knowledgeable crew of 13-14, making sure guests on board are pampered and have a wonderful time enjoying their Indonesia yacht holidays.

Mutiara Laut Phinisi

Mutiara Laut Phinisi

Chartering Mutiara Laut you will embark on a truly amazing yacht charter vacation. Her last trip to Maluku areas saw some spectacular diving with schools of Hammerhead sharks, Oceanic Mantas and just born Dolphin baby! A true one-of-a-kind opportunity not to be missed! For more information about Indonesia boat rental or the traditional phinisi schooner Mutiara Laut, please contact our charter brokers here.

Mutiara Laut

Year:2009 (Refit n/a)  L.O.A.:46 m  Beam:9.40 m 
Max Speed:10knt  Cruise Speed:7knt  Engines:Yanmar (6aym-ete 610kw) 
Cabins: Charter Guest:14  Crew:13 

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