Over 100 feet in length Raja Laut is an antique gentleman’s yacht built in the tradition of the 19th century Baltic traders with elegant, classic lines and varnished timber interiors. The spacious cabins, personally tailored menu and scuba diving equipment onboard the gaff-topsail schooner ensure Raja Laut has everything needed for an unforgettable escape at sea. Behind the classic lines is a modern sailing yacht with six cabins, a 32" flat-screen TV, DVD player and an internet access point making it perfect for private charters and luxury expeditions around southern Asia.
Sleeping up to 12 guests Raja Laut has 6 double guest staterooms; 3 with queen-sized beds and the others with bunk beds. All are equipped with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, hot showers and electric toilets. The dining area consists of two dinner tables and the galley is fitted with modern appliances including a fridge freezer, microwave and stove. Alternatively, the spacious open deck is ideal for al fresco dining and wildlife watching, and comes with a canopy which can be set up for shade.
With a crew of seven providing attentive service in a relaxed, authentic and fun atmosphere, time onboard Raja Laut offers guests unique experiences journeying through remote natural areas with every need taken care of.
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