Indonesia Archipelago Map


Indonesia’s destinations belong to the worlds top for Yacht Charters.

With its unique faunal realms, underwater treasures and bounty islands, it is no surprise that Indonesia is one of the best yachting destinations on Earth. Positioned in the heart of the coral triangle, Indonesia keeps surprising us with its endlessly fascinating nature and culture. We sail to different areas with countless exciting adventures and luxury getaways. Discover more about our destinations and personally assemble your favorite expedition.

Indonesia is the largest country in Southeast Asia with the distance from east to west being about 5,000km (3,000 miles). The Indonesian archipelago consist of over 17,000 islands and about 7,000 of the island are uninhabited. Our cruising destination areas are: The Lesser Sunda Islands of Bali a chain of Islands that run through Timor, The Moluccas and the islands of Papua New Guinea called Raja Ampat. Depending on the Yacht we may divert and set sail for an alternative route.

There is so much to discover; from deserted islands with beaches and waters, to rainforests full of life and mystic mountains and volcanoes. In addition, the underwater life is a dream come true for scuba divers with Raja Ampat and Komodo belonging to the world’s best diving areas.

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The most adventurous way to discover Indonesia’s best kept natural secrets is by Charter Yacht. Did you know that Indonesia boasts eight Unesco World heritage sites? Follow the path of our ancestors to find ancient graves and old fortresses on hidden islands along the spice trade route. Above all, Indonesia has one of the most diverse ecosystems on earth. In conclusion, an endless adventure with wildlife and interesting cultures to discover.

With so much on offer, Yacht Charter Indonesia can assist you with selecting the best destinations to suit your holiday wishes. Contact us today to enquire about custom itineraries and book the trip of a lifetime.

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