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    Tiger Blue

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    Tiger Blue Aerial View

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    Raja Ampat

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    Diving in the deep blue sea

The Ultimate Sea Safari

Fancy something a little different? Why not charter Tiger Blue and explore the wonderous islands of Eastern Indonesia. With four cabins you could take up to twelve of your friends and family on this 34 metre traditional phinisi.

Cruise the crystal waters at a maximum speed of 10 knots spending your days lazing on the deck enjoying the sun, kayaking, wake boarding or diving to discover the local marine life.

 

Tiger Blue sails different waters according to the time of year.

From May to September you can sail the waters of Komodo, a national park, an UNESCO World Heritage site and home to the world's largest lizard, the Komodo dragon.

Accessible only by boat, the islands offer unparalleled views and easy hikes as well as white sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters.

 

September/October and March/April sees Tiger Blue cruising the Banda Islands, a group of volcanic islands in the Banda Sea located about 2,000 kilometres to the east of Java.

Until the mid 19th Century the islands were the world's only source of Nutmeg and Mace, and so were valuable to colonialists including the Portuguese, Dutch and British, who have all left their mark there.

Raja Ampat is located off the northwest tip of the Bird's Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea. It is an archipelago of over 1,500 small islands, cays and shoals surround the main islands. These islands are so remote that they are almost undisturbed by humans and have perhaps the richest coral reef ecosystem in the world.

Tiger Blue is ideal for families and groups, or two families sharing. Where else would you get to spend time with your family, disconnect from the rest of the world in absolute beauty and tranquility.

Salamat Datang ke kapal Tiger Blue!

Welcome to Tiger Blue!

Please note that there is no internet connection whilst sailing and mobile phone reception is rare.