Bali Cabin Charter
The Island of the Gods with its amazing coastline and landscape waits for you
A Vision of Paradise on Earth
With more than 13,000 islands , Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. You will sail to Lombok which is called Pepper Island.
Lombok is full of charm, originality and authenticity. Located East of Bali it gives a vision of paradise with beaches with fine sand, turquoise lagoons, year-round warm waters and beautiful bays for swimming.The natural beauty in the interior of the island is largely preserved with waterfalls, rice fields and typical villages.
You will be pampered by the crew while discovering unspoiled beauties.
All you need to know about this unique and spiritual place
One of the million islands in the Indonesian archipelago, Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colorful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth.
The word “paradise” is used in Bali and not without reason.
The combination of friendly, hospitable people, a magnificently visual culture infused with spirituality and (not least) spectacular beaches with great surfing and diving have made Bali Indonesia’s unrivaled number one tourist attraction. Eighty percent of international visitors to Indonesia visit Bali and Bali alone.
There are an estimated 20,000 temples (pura) on the island, each of which holds festivals (odalan) at least twice yearly. With many other auspicious days throughout the year, there are always festivities.
Culture & Climate
With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this is one of the world’s most popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards.
Daytime temperatures are pleasant, varying between 20-33⁰ C (68-93⁰ F) year-round. The west monsoon can bring heavy showers and high humidity from December to March, but days are still often sunny, with the rains starting in the late afternoon or evening and passing quickly. From June to September, the humidity is low and it can be pretty cool in the evenings. At this time of the year, there is hardly any rain in the lowland coastal areas.
Enjoy the beauties of Bali, while being pampered by the well experienced crew
The 1-week itinerary is the best way to explore this fantastic place in Indonesia.
Our partners’ spacious sailing catamaran Dream 60′ offers guests perfectly equipped cabins with a private bathroom in each of them. The Crew consists of 3 people (captain, hostess/cook, deckhand). Discreet and tactful, they will welcome you onboard, assist you efficiently and watch over your welfare. Water sports such as sea kayak and snorkeling equipment are included.
You will embark/disembark at Marina Benoa Harbour.
Day 1 : Benoa Marina – Sanur (6 NM / 1 h)
Embarkation is at 17:00 at the Benoa Harbour Marina. You will then sail for about an hour to Sanur beach, which extends over 5 km on the east coast of Bali. Safety briefings will commence, followed by dinner and a night at anchor off Sanur.
Day 2 : Sanur – Nusa Lembongan (20 MN / 3 hrs )
After a first swim, you sail to Nusa Lembongan to Mushroom Bay, unofficially named after the mushroom corals in the reef and famous for the crescent of bright white sandy beach. The inhabitants are mainly Hindus who manufacture traditional wooden boats and cultivate algae for carrageenan production. Short sail south to the “Manta Ray “bay for snorkeling. You then continue onto anchor for the night in the Cenningan channel.
Day 3: Nusa Lembognan – Gili Islands (40 MN / 6 hrs)
Early departure to the Gili Islands consists of three tiny islands with white sand beaches lined with coconut trees and surrounded by turquoise waters, a vision of paradise. In the south of Gili Meno, we have time for snorkeling and exploring the island. It is the smallest of the three islands, tranquil and friendly. It takes about two hours to go around it on foot. You can visit the turtle sanctuary with little pools on the beach, teeming with baby turtles. Surrounded by coral reefs, the Gilis provide a colorful underwater world with turtles, manta rays, clownfish, and countless species of colorful fish. Gili Air was the first island to be settled by fishing families. Coconut plantations and fishing are still crucial for the local economy.
The beaches here are the best of the Gili bunch and the snorkeling sites. They can be easily reached from the shores of the white sandy beaches.
Day 4 : Gili Islands – Senggigi
On the west of Lombok, Senggigi, is some of the most beautiful scenery on this trip. Lombok is a colorful mixture of Balinese, Chinese and Arab influences.
Senggigi offers spectacular landscapes with sweeping bays, coconut palm-fringed white sand beaches, and jungle-clad hillsides. It also offers excellent snorkeling spots.
There is an opportunity for an optional half-day excursion on the island of Lombok. You can visit the monkey forest, the local market, and the Temple of Lingsar, built-in 1714 and nestled in enchanting rice fields.
Day 5 : Senggigi – Poh – Gili Nanggu
Continue to the island Poh for snorkeling. Later you sail to Gili Nanggu, a small island off the west coast of Lombok with lush vegetation. Time for swimming and anchoring overnight.
Day 6 : Nanggu – Gede
Further along the Southwest coast, we visit other beautiful places for snorkeling off various smaller islands. This coast boasts pristine, secluded beaches, tiny offshore islands in the turquoise blue water, pearl farms, old mosques and friendly people. You will spend the night off the island Gede.
Day 7 : Gede – Nusa Penida – Pulau Serangan
You set sail toward Nusa Penida (Crystal Bay). Crystal Bay is a beautiful beach on the north coast of the island of Nusa Penida. Here time seems to stand. Still, you see people living the old tradition. You spend the afternoon in this small and quiet bay with its crystal clear water, with the whitest sand beach of Bali and one of the best snorkeling places. In the afternoon, you sail to the lagoon of Pulau Serangan for the last night on board.
Day 8 : Pulau Serangan – Marina Benoa Harbour
You can get up early and set sail, disembarking at 08:00 after breakfast in the Benoa Harbour Marina.
Depending on meteorological conditions, the program is subject to change without notice for comfort and/or security reasons.
|Period||Price (p.p in a double shared cabin)|
|April||€1190 – €1240|
|May – June||€1140|
Prices depend on the period and the cabin.