A modern classic sailing vessel, Silolona can accommodate 10 guests in five spacious cabin suites, with a teak lounge and dining area surrounded by large windows. Equipped with kayaks, kneeboard, tube, wakeboard, water skis for adult and child. Each day guests will have the opportunity to snorkel, swim, fish, dive, or simply stroll a deserted stretch of beach.

With a total of 17 crews, include PADI instructor who knows  the best secret dive spots on barely explored reefs thriving with wildlife, and Expedition leader who has an extensive knowledge of the cruising area, and highly service oriented. The Chef is specialized in International cuisine with an Asian flair.

Silolona sails in Indonesia from April to November every year, before re-positioning up to the West Coast of Malaysia Thailand and Myanmar, from December to March. Decide whether you want to have a quiet beach and dive trip in the Andaman Sea and in Komodo National Park or dive at the best diving spot in Raja Ampat, the remote and rich Spice Islands. Explore the little known yet fascinatingly diverse, island cultures east of Bali.

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The Itinerary


Overview of destination
Indonesia is a land of legends, home to thousands of idyllic islands. Some are cloaked in dense jungle and inhabited by the mythical bird of paradise, others born of fire-breathing volcanoes and roamed by living dragons. With much of Indonesia surrounded by ocean, chartering a boat is undoubtedly an efficient (not to mention enjoyable) way to explore these marvellous islands, some uninhabited and as yet unnamed, a veritable feast of natural beauty. On a personalised journey tailor-made by our small, expert team, you can discover a jewel box of uninhabited islands edged with postcard-worthy beaches and fringed with pristine coral reefs, visit traditional villages and get immersed in local culture, trek through jungle to spot fascinating wildlife, surf epic waves or dive to your heart’s content. Want to try something different to the Caribbean or Mediterranean? You're in the right place.