Venture into the Indonesia's most beautiful archipelago aboard a custom-built, 32-metre coastal cruiser that fuses the romance of a traditional spice trading vessel with modern and luxurious comfort. Featuring three above-deck cabins, a fore-deck with an outdoor dining and bar area, and extensive dive facilities the boat is equipped for journeys of all kinds around the Indonesian archipelago. Throughout the boat the furnishings have been custom made from locally sourced materials and when combined with the easy going natural colour palette and antique brass fixtures, it creates a tranquil setting for guests to rejuvenate and unwind on the languid waters.
The large master cabin comes with a king-sized bed, a private sundeck and an all-encompassing 270-degree views of Indonesian islands rising out of the balmy waters. The main deck accommodates a second cabin with a queen-sized bed and a private balcony, as well as a third smaller cabin with a semi-private sundeck. All three cabins are air conditioned with en-suite bathrooms. The sights of the turquoise ocean and the flavours of the alfresco meals can be enjoyed on Amanikan’s outdoor gallery. The on board crew cater to every guest’s individual needs and prepare international and local dishes from the freshest of ingredients.
Amanikan’s snorkelling and diving equipment allow guests to explore the diverse and pristine underwater world of the Indonesian archipelago which can be discovered daily alongside an experienced dive instructor crew member. Excursions aboard Amanikan include the Komodo Expedition to see the infamous Komodo Dragon in its natural habitat, and trips to the legendary Spice Islands. These include the Banda Archipelago of seven volcanic islands, for centuries the world’s only source of nutmeg and each a tropical paradise. Amanikan can also be chartered alongside Amandira for the ultimate Indonesian odyssey.
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- Matthew Annable, Rajasthan, India
- Mr & Mrs Manson, North India
- Mr Richard Stoughton, Sri Lanka
- Mr David Wallace, North India
- Matthew Nicklin, North India
- Leslie Siben, India
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