Southeast Asia / Indonesia Yacht Charters

Southeast Asia / Indonesia Yacht Charters

Flores | Komodo | Sumbawa | Pulau Kode
Komodo Island | Labuan Bajo

Southeast Asia / Indonesia Yacht Charters

Southeast Asia Indonesia Yacht Charter Vacations

Indonesia’s myriad island chains present one of the last wild and truly untouched frontiers for cruising. Those with a taste for exploration will enjoy being the only superyacht moored in a stunning anchorage as night falls, then diving unspoiled sites at the break of day, visiting local villages, spotting unique wildlife and dining on desolate beaches. And you’ll see nary another luxury yacht – perhaps none at all – for the entire journey, making you feel as if you have truly discovered another part of the world that is all your own.

Komodo National Park, part of the Lesser Sunda chain of islands, is famed for its giant Komodo dragon lizards that roam the eponymous island. While not technically man-eaters – the Komodo dragon prefers a water buffalo, given the choice – these giant lizards have, on occasion, given the undertakers some business.

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Indonesia’s Myriad Island Chains | Komodo Dragon Lizards

Unique wildlife and dining on desolate beaches and while they remain the region’s main draw, they are by no means the only attraction.

Indonesia is a prime spot for dive enthusiasts. You can jump in the water almost anywhere and see an abundance of marine life and brilliantly colored coral, making this route especially alluring to scuba divers, and there’s a mind-blowing variety to explore on land as well.

Best of all, there are plenty of yachts available for charter in the area with excellent guides who know all the best spots above and below the water.

Southeast Asia / Indonesia Yacht Charters
Southeast Asia / Indonesia Yacht Charters

Flores to Komodo

Meet the yacht at Labuan Bajo, on the island of Flores, before setting sail for the northern side of Komodo. En route, the yacht will stop off for an easy afternoon dive or snorkel at Golden Passage, a great drift dive where you can float along with the current and see colorful soft corals and turtles aplenty.

A decadent dinner is served on board, with Komodo Island’s rugged cliffs serving as a dramatic backdrop. The current here can be strong, so the yacht’s divemaster will use a reef-hook to anchor you while you enjoy the parade of schooling trev