Unprecedented opportunity for explorers to access the expansive region in five-star luxury
Uncover the Nusa Tenggara archipelago, including Moyo and Komodo National Park. Dragons, volcanoes, pink beaches and pristine waters, home to incredible creatures such as the manta ray and
whale shark on this 7-night adventure.
Indonesia’s 18,000 islands are home to some of the most captivating coastal terrain and seascapes in the world. The first and only vessel to traverse the region year-round, this experience gives explorers the unprecedented opportunity to access the expansive region in five-star luxury.
Sailing from Bali to Labuan Bajo and vice versa, this voyage uncovers the best of the Nusa Tenggara archipelago, including Moyo Island and the iconic Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its native population of Komodo Dragons and the volcanic-sculpted Pink Beach as well as Horseshoe Bay. The region’s pristine waters are home to larger-than-life creatures such as the manta ray, dugong and whale shark.
Endowed with a grand legacy as the British Naval Explorer HMS Beagle, this cruise ship is an icon of seafaring evolution brought to world-class cruising specifications. Perfectly poised to navigate the expansive East Indonesian seas as a modern luxury expedition vessel, it attains the pinnacle of contemporary maritime style with the handiwork of renowned Dutch yacht designer Cor D. Rover.
Embrace a distinguished sense of history with ultimate luxury when you set sail on this one-of-a-kind RINA and SOLAS-certified cruise ship.
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- Breakfast, lunch and dinner during the length of the experience.
- Ability to blend 7-night itineraries into a grand 12-night maritime voyage with the opportunity to explore highlights of multiple destinations and to discover the region's lesser-explored treasures.
- Water activities such as diving, swimming, fishing and snorkel.
- Savour a sunrise breakfast on board against the backdrop of 300- metre tall cliffs of Pulau Manuk, a volcanic island rising 3 kilometres from the seabed.
- Beach cocktail party.
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