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Explore Indonesia on a Luxury Yacht Charter

Indonesia, a vast country encompassing 2000 miles from east to west, is filled with island chains, each waiting to be explored on a yacht charter. And what better way to explore these various island chains, than by taking your #luxury accommodations with you including your own private Chef, by chartering the latest luxury charter yacht to be launched for yacht charter in #Indonesia: Dunia Baru. At 167’ Dunia Baru is comfortable for 14 guests in 7 guest staterooms, each with ensuite bath. The Teppanyaki Grill keeps dinner lively after a full day fishing for plentiful game fish, or snorkeling and scuba diving over some of the most remote and spectacular coral gardens in the world. Be one with the world on the “New World” luxury charter yacht Dunia Baru on a crewed #yachtcharter in Indonesia, exploring by water; the only way to really experience this unique country.

The yacht charter cruising areas in Indonesia are primarily in Eastern Indonesia. The most well know yacht charter cruising location is probably the Komodo Archipelago on the western end of the island of Flores, only home in the world to the unique Komodo Dragon. The island home of the Komodo Dragon is now a World Heritage UNESCO site, and National Park. Park Rangers on the island are happy to give a walking tour of the island where you can see the Komodo Dragon along with other wild life in its natural habitat. On the eastern end of Flores Island are the Ikat Textile Weaving Villages, nestled into the base of smoking volcanoes. Visit these villages for a demonstration of the hand dying and weaving of the Ikat Textiles which originate from these village people. Head north to Raja Ampat, a stunning scenic location offering terrific scuba diving and snorkeling over vast pristine coral gardens. Explore the Banda Islands original home of the nutmeg tree. These islands have an extraordinary history tied into the western and eastern discovery and trade of the nutmeg through the Dutch East India Company established for trading in 1602. Further along the spice trail north are the Sultanates of Ternate and Tidore that once controlled the world production of cloves.

International flights are often into #Bali, which is also well worth spending several days exploring by land before taking onward domestic airline flights to one of the various exceptional yacht charter destinations in Eastern Indonesia.

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