Giving up drink? Exercising more? Good luck getting them past January! One resolution you could make this year is to travel somewhere completely new or go to an event you’ve never seen before, such as the Monaco Grand Prix.
Seasons? What seasons!? Sailing in Indonesia has one huge advantage – you can do it all year round!
While the Med and Caribbean have high and low seasons… Indonesia has high and high seasons! Extending over 5000 km from east to west, and over 1700 km north to south, the 15,000 plus islands make up the largest archipelago in the world. It is so huge and spread out, that it has several micro-climates which allow for almost perfect sailing weather somewhere in the country at any time of year.
The pink beach? No, we are not delirious from sunstroke! Many places around Asia can claim to have beautiful white sandy beaches – the Seychelles, Phuket, the Maldives, and many more around the world – but only a handful can claim to have a beautiful pink beach!
Yet this is exactly what you can find and explore on the Indonesian island of Komodo, while sailing in Indonesia.
No, we have not invented a catchy new slogan for the Indonesia Tourist Board!
We have all seen the marketing slogans…..Malaysia is Truly Asia, Thailand is Definitely Amazing, and it really is More Fun in the Philippines… but “Wow Wow Wow” was the exact words our client used when boarding Phinisi 51 New World recently. For sailing in Indonesia, this fantastic Indonesian phinisi is setting the bar very high, and looks like it will be giving the Indonesian Tourist Board some more superlatives to work with!!
Indonesia is truly blessed as a sailing destination. It is the largest archipelago in the world, with over 17,000 island to explore, many uninhabited or even unnamed. Indonesia offers a unique combination of stunning mountainous scenery, treks through tropical rain forests, world class surfing and diving, and sailing grounds with the richest marine biodiversity on the planet. An Indonesia yacht charter is a spectacular experience
And if you like volcano watching….
No, this is not the name of a new super yacht, and we have not gone all Bruce Lee on you!
The Komodo Dragon is the worlds largest living species of lizard, sometimes growing up to three meters in length, and is found on the Indonesian islands of Komodo, Flores and Rinca, one of the best sailing areas in Southeast Asia.