Raja Laut Liveaboard

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The Boat

Asia’s geography, climate, logistics and infrastructure present its own unique challenges, and with this in mind, the Raja Laut was designed with the specific requirements for yacht charter in South East Asia.

Raja Laut’s interior spaces are built from selected tropical hardwoods, and accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins, each features an ensuite bathroom (3 double bed cabins, and 3 twin bed cabins) with irconditioning throughout. 

The exterior of the yacht features a stunning teak deck, with multiple beds for sunbathing or lounging, both in the sun and under shade, and a central dining table, where meals are served alfresco under a large awning.

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Raja Laut on The Sea


The 6 guest cabins on Raja Laut are ideal for large families, multiple families travelling together or groups as there are three newly refurbished double cabins and three twin cabins, each with an ensuite bathroom and mod cons like air-conditioning and hot water. The cabins are located on the lower deck, so they are cool and quiet no matter what time of day or night.



Raja Laut yacht charter in South East Asia is a unique experience. There are well over 20,000 islands in the region and there are even more ways to create journeys for discerning travellers. We take pride to deliver itineraries, developed over a decade of hands­on experience, while always presenting the opportunity for surprises, explorations, extraordinary moments, simple pleasures, human connections, and unforgettable emotions.

Scuba Diving

From Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago in the northwest to Indonesia in the southeast, with Malaysia and the Philippines in between, Southeast Asia is a scuba diving paradise.

When you choose scuba diving as part of your journey we ensure that your dives are guided by an experienced PADI dive instructor.


Raja Laut provides Asian & Western menus tailored to your preferences. Before a private charter journey we prepare a preference list and plan the menu according to your tastes and any specific dietary requirements or restrictions your party might have.


Raja Laut features 6 air-conditioned ensuite guest cabins, all of which were recently renovated in the summer of 2015. There are 3 double cabins and 3 twin cabins, making this yacht ideal for families. All cabins feature ensuite bathrooms that have recently been modernised in line with what one might expect of a contemporary luxury yacht.

Interiors are fitted with native tropical hardwoods that give Raja Laut’s spaces a rich warmth and ageless charm. Aside from the cabins, there’s plenty of space to relax indoors in the traditionally dressed lounge and dining areas.

Outside, the yacht’s beautiful teak deck offers multiple sunloungers in suntraps and shaded areas, as well as a large dining table for alfresco meals served under an ample awning. Onboard equipment includes satellite navigation, internet and satellite phones, diving and fishing gear, as well as sea kayaks, waterskiis, a wakeboard and a banana boat.

The chef prepares both Asian and Western menus to suit every desire, whether it’s an elegant meal in the cosy lounge or a fresh seafood grill served on a deserted beach.

Raja Laut’s experience in these regions is unparalleled, and she suits those seeking an authentic trip with personalisation, privacy and simplicity at heart.

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Raja Laut Specifications


Gaff Topsail Schooner


G.E.K Carraz

Rig Designer

Peter Bosgraaf

Year Built


Length overall

31 meters


7.2 meters


7000 litres


6 cabins accommodate up to 12 guests, with 3 doubles and 3 twin berths

Cruising Speed

10 Knots