Weekly from

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SILOLONA

50 m

/ 164 ft

| Konjo Boat builders

| 2004

| 2009

Weekly from

$119000

+ all expenses

Daily from

$100,000

+ all expenses

There is no charge or implied commitment

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10 Guests

Cabins icon

5 Cabins

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17 Crew

The Silolona is a truly modern classic sailing vessel which was built to the demandingly high standards of German Lloyds register of shipping. No expense has been spared to ensure that discerning travellers accustomed to understated elegance and exquisite cuisine, discover and admire the majestic scenery, underwater wonders and fascinating artistic expression found along the fabled spice routes of South East Asia.

The 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. By deciding when you want to sail with Silolona, you will have the choice to have a quiet beach and dive trip in the Andaman Sea and in Komodo National Park or one of the most memorable cultural trips you can dream of, by visiting the tribes of Irian Jaya (Papua), attending the Asmat Auction for their art, visiting the remote and rich Spice Islands and discovering the trade posts and beautiful islands visited during the height of the Spice Trade. For beach and sailing, cultural trips or astonishing diving in Komodo National Park or Raja Ampat, Indonesia’s Eastern Islands are yours to discover. Onboard a traditional teak 2-masted sailing ship, Silolona, you will explore the little known yet fascinatingly diverse, island cultures east of Bali. From Komodo dragons, "ikat" textiles, volcanic crater lakes to war dances, we will explore, in-depth, the ancient cultures rimming the Savu Sea. Each dawn will reveal a new island landscape and a different culture, perhaps a gently smoldering volcano, the craggy peaks of Komodo or a sleepy native harbor bustling with traditional fishing craft and local inter- island schooners.

Silolona includes five spacious cabin suites, a teak lounge and dining area surrounded by large windows, on deck dining area, and well equipped dive area. . Most of the islands are blessed with deserted white sand beaches, transparent turquoise waters, and stunning coral reefs waiting to be explored. Each day we will have the opportunity to snorkel, swim, fish, dive, or simply stroll a deserted stretch of beach.

Specifications

BUILT | REFIT

2004

| 2009

BEAM

10.1 m

FLAG

Indonesia

EXTERIOR DESIGN

Kasten Marine Design USA

DRAFT

3 m

CRUISING SPEED

18 kph

STABILISERS

None

ENGINES

Yanmar 680hp Turbo

Amenities

BBQ

Deck shower

Fishing gear - light

Swim platform

Bluray player saloon

CD library

Cell phone

DVD library

DVD player saloon

Indoor audio system

iPod dock

Satellite phone

Wi-Fi

Kayaks multiple

Kneeboard

Tube - towable

Wakeboard

Water skis - adult

Water skis - child

Crew can instruct

Diving if accompanied

Diving if certified

Diving lights

Snorkelling gear

Accommodation and Layout

SILOLONA can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins. The Master cabin has a king size bed, a single bed, shower and toilet. 2 Guest cabins have a king size bed, a single bed, shower and toilet. 2 Guest cabins have a queen size bed, a single bed, shower and toilet. SILOLONA is fully air conditioned through out. Crew has a separate companionway, heads and shower.

Crew profile


Captain

The Silolona Crew is composed of 15 plus Expedition leader and PADI instructor. The Indonesian crew is professional, has an extensive (and unique) knowledge of the cruising area, and highly service oriented. The US expedition leader liaise with the guests and the Chef is specialised in International cuisine with an Asian flair. Special cultural programs are available upon request.

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