A Liveaboard Adventure
Tiger Blue is a beautifully crafted 34m traditional phinisi sailing boat with generous deck space and five en-suite cabins sleeping up to 12 people. Available for Private Charter or By the Cabin set date departures.
Designed with families and groups of friends in mind, a journey on Tiger Blue is guaranteed to be packed with unforgettable moments whether it be searching for dragons on Komodo, spotting birds of paradise in West Papua or snorkeling with giant manta rays over the coral gardens of Raja Ampat.
Tiger Blue on The Sea
Tiger Blue offers a total of five ensuite cabins, sleeping up to 12 adults. Designed to cater to a variety of group configurations, there are three king cabins, one twin cabin and a family suite. The additional family suite at the bow is equipped with a king bed and two twin beds suitable for a couple and their children or a group of up to four friends.
All cabins have individual air-conditioners, and the bathrooms are stocked with Tiger Blue’s own line of environmentally friendly toiletries for keeping chemicals out of the seas for future generations. The shower areas are unusually spacious for a boat this size with marine toilets.
LIFE ON BOARD
Meals are freshly prepared by our on board chef and served up at the large dining table on the main deck, except for when we head to a nearby island for a beach BBQ. We serve a mix of Asian and Western cuisines and can cater for most dietary requirements and preferences.
All soft drinks and beers are included while spirits, cocktails and house wines can be purchased by the glass. Alternatively, choose the optional unlimited drinks package.
Eastern Indonesia has the richest biodiversity of marine life in the world. Sailing in the waters of the ‘Coral Triangle’, you can expect to see a wide range of corals wherever you go as well as species such as manta rays, turtles, mandarin
fish and whale sharks, to name but a few. Discovery dives and guided diving are included within your charter and all the equipment you will need is on board. Our dive master is also great with beginners and off ers full instruction, please see our website for further details.
Venturing on to dry land, the crew will guide you to deserted beaches and through local villages where traditional ways of life remain virtually unchanged. The grassy slopes of Komodo lend themselves well to relaxing treks while the steep pinnacles of Raja Ampat off er panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.
For those who prefer to explore above rather than under the water, we also have two sea kayaks and plenty of snorkeling equipment, with a dedicated snorkeling guide. You can have a go at wakeboarding, waterskiing or knee boarding and when the boat is outside of the national parks, try to catch some fi sh for fresh sashimi!
Komodo National Park
Meet Komodo dragons, manta rays and turtles, dive through canyons and chimneys, and enjoy spectacular sunsets as majestic sea eagles soar overhead. Just a short fl ight from Bali, Komodo National Park is located off the west coast of Flores and consists of the three large islands of Komodo, Padar and Rinca as well as 26 smaller ones which are only accessible by boat.
Home to the world’s largest lizard, the Komodo dragon, the islands have been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and off er world-class diving and snorkelling as well as beautiful pink sand beaches.
Climb the dramatic limestone peaks of Wayag, kayak through tropical mangroves, and relax on one of the many untouched white sand beaches. Incredibly remote and almost completely undisturbed by humans, the islands and cays of Raja Ampat are considered by many as the most beautiful in the world.
Renowned for its amazing diversity of marine life, the archipelago boasts some of the richest coral reef eco- systems on earth. The islands’ jungles are home to rare birds of paradise, with treks to watch their early morning dances a highlight of any trip to this tropical paradise.
Journeys of Discovery
For more intrepid travellers, a Journey of Discovery aboard Tiger Blue to some of the region’s more off the beaten track destinations is the ultimate sea safari. Tiger Blue’s twice yearly voyages from Komodo to Raja Ampat and vice versa off er guests a unique opportunity to explore some of the remoter corners of Eastern Indonesia.
From dramatically coloured volcanic lakes on Flores and the rich tribal cultures of Alor, to the rarely visited Banda Islands, these journeys are ideal for those looking to venture to the edge of the Pacifi c’s Ring of Fire.
5 Cabins (1 master, 2 triples, 2 doubles)