A unique Phinisi offering adventurous and intimate voyages across Indonesia's finest islandsfrom $325 /day
- Incredible itineraries exploring some of Indonesia's most remote and pristine diving regions
- Excellent facilities for divers with areas dedicated to cameras and electronics, nitrox, and expert local guides
- Nearly 1:1 crew-to-guest ratio and unsurpassed personalised customer service
- Bespoke interiors that feel more like a floating boutique hotel than a boat
Custom designed for unique Indonesian liveaboard expeditions, the Jakaré perfectly combines luxury and adventure, with unsurpassed customer service. Unlike any boat you've ever seen, this modern sailing ship features inspired interior design, and charming details to help you enjoy each day on the water. Treat yourself to oversized and perfectly appointed cabins, spacious and relaxing common areas, fine dining, and optional extras like yoga and massage. Or, focus on the underwater world with up to four dives a day in some of Indonesia's most legendary destinations, plus nitrox, modern camera facilities, and eagle-eyed spotters.
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Scheduled, private charter available
Combining traditional Indonesian design with modern comforts, the Jakaré is a perfect home-away-from-home, catering to adventurous divers and snorkelers, families and friends. You can expect seamless customer service above and below water, thanks to a high crew to guest ratio, with an energetic team happy to cater to your every whim. Not to mention a unique aesthetic, boasting chic decor and bespoke details including indigenous art and locally produced artisan crafts. This boat's environmentally-friendly policies will help you get in touch with nature while enjoying an utterly sustainable stay.
The Jakaré moves with the seasons, offering scheduled safaris and private charters in Indonesia's most impressive diving areas, following optimal conditions throughout the archipelago. This boat caters to families with children, couples and even solo travellers, with flexible cabin selections and plenty of activities for non-divers. Make use of free watersports equipment including paddleboards and kayaks any time the boat isn't moving, or take one of the Jakaré's eagle-eyed guides along for a private snorkelling adventure. And, transform your diving holiday into a wellness experience, with optional services including yoga and massage therapy at sea.
Custom built for Indonesian liveaboard expeditions in 2017, the Jakaré is one of the region's most impressive vessels. Offering a modern take on the classic phinisi, this stunning and spacious sailboat sleeps just twelve guests in five generous cabins, boasting lovely solid wood interiors and bespoke details. Enjoy afternoon naps and surface intervals in the breezy below-deck lounge, or in the solarium with its beanbags topside. Get to know your fellow adventurers over three delicious chef-prepared meals each day, featuring an exotic mix of Indonesian and western cuisine. You'll also enjoy unlimited hot and cold drinks, all-day snacks, and little treats like complimentary welcome cocktails and beach barbeques.
Diving from Jakaré
The Jakaré was designed by divers for divers, offering all the scuba-friendly details you'll need to make the most of your time at sea. A dedicated dive briefing area, oversized shaded dive deck, and custom speedboats will make all your diving activities a breeze. You'll have access to modern camera facilities, personal gear storage, and in-water guidance from expert local divemasters. Plus, top of the line rental equipment, nitrox, PADI courses and specialities, and complimentary WiFi for sharing each day's best underwater photos. The Jakaré offers a wide variety of expeditions and custom charters, with seasonal trips to Komodo and Raja Ampat, as well as plenty of remote and stunning diving areas in between.
- You'll need lightweight clothing, comfortable walking shoes, and plenty of sun protection, for your itinerary's shore excursions.
- This boat's itineraries vary by season, exploring the best sites in Komodo, Raja Ampat, and the remote diving areas in between.
- Be sure to pack some extra cash for onboard expenses like nitrox, alcoholic beverages, PADI courses, and gratuities.
- Non-divers can make the most of their time at sea with free kayaks, paddleboards, and snorkelling equipment.
The Jakaré prides itself on a variety of sustainable and environmentally responsible actions worked into every detail of the vessel's operation. This boat was built with a focus on reduced emissions, using a modern fuel-efficient engine, a low-consumption lighting system, and natural ventilation to limit the need for air conditioning.
Daily efforts also include providing natural toiletries for guests and crew using reef-safe ingredients, and a zero-plastic policy with no disposable straws, cutlery, or bottles onboard. The Jakaré's dedicated team starts each in-water experience with a detailed environmental briefing and upholds the highest standards for responsible interactions with wildlife. And, they support a variety of local environmentally-focused organisations including Trash Hero, Sharkproject, and Longitude 181.