Popular 51-metre charter yacht S/Y Dunia Baru will be returning to Indonesia’s Komodo National Park region in May for five months, based out of Labuan Bajo, and has availability for bookings, according to 37South.
Komodo National Park is well known for its stunning diving and as such, Dunia Baru is equipped with a full suite of on dive equipment for up to 14 guests as well as the on board dive instructor. There are also abundant natural attractions ashore, from trekking across volcanic hillsides to visiting the infamous Komodo dragon, the largest reptile in the world.
There’s no better way to relax and enjoy the emerald landscape and sapphire waters of Komodo than on board a luxury yacht. Built in 2014, Dunia Baru combines the luxury of a superyacht with the traditional styling and design of a phinisi, well suited to the cruising in South East Asia.
Every creature comfort has been attended to within the seven guest cabins, and the crew of 20 are highly-trained to cater to both guests’ need for adventure, and to provide the ultimate in relaxing charters.The most ringing recommendation of Dunia Baru’s ability as a charter yacht though, is the number of charter guests who keep coming back to her for more.
Up to 14 guests are accommodated in 7 double suits, tended to by the yacht’s experienced captain and 18 further crew members.
After September, Dunia Baru is expected to depart for Raja Ampat or Thailand and Myanmar, and is taking enquiries for winter 2017/2018.