New 26m charter yacht Sequoia launched in Indonesia
Published: Wednesday, 13 December 2017
Jakarta-based luxury travel company Coral Triangle Safaris has recently launched the sailing wooden yacht Sequoia which targets the Indonesian charter market.
(Photo: Coral Triangle Safaris - Sequoia)
Sequoia, completed in September 2017, is designed for a small family or couples to enjoy the beauty of Coral Triangle, the rich marine biodiversity and the largest archipelago on earth.
At 26m, Sequoia has two suites with en-suite bathrooms, a large open-air great room, sky deck boasting a 360-degree view of the ocean, and a gourmet kitchen.
She features custom-designed light fixtures to illuminate the night sky, as well as underwater lighting to see the sea below.
Eight crew members – all are experienced in the cruising regions from Komodo to Raja Ampat including a Padi-certified dive instructor and dive master – will man the charter yacht to ensure smooth sailings.
The one-mast Lambo Bugis boat’s owners Yessi Maya Sari and Kevin M. Corcoran aimed to promote the exploration of Indonesia’s marine natural treasure on a vessel that was both safe and luxurious.
Trips can be tailored according to the desires of the passengers, with experiences such as deep dive into the seas to observe the marine life and local tribes exploration.