Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

Prana by Atzaro

Prana by Atzaro

Prana by Atzaro

Indonesia is a country made up of some 17,000 different islands with over 8,000 of those inhabited by humans.  These facts alone probably make yachting the best way of exploring the multitude of cultures and wildlife on offer.

Luckily a brand new charter yacht based in the area makes this possible. Prana by Atzaro is the brain child of Victor Guasch, founder and CEO of the Atzaro Group whose flagship hotel is the Atzaro on the Spanish island of Ibiza.

He says she is a spectacular new extension to our brand offerings adding, “After many years of developing Atzaro to be Ibiza’s number one luxury spa hotel, we are really excited to be expanding the group into Indonesia with the launch of, our beautiful new Phinisi yacht. The yacht encapsulates our philosophy of natural luxury, offering our guests impeccable service, lavish design and the chance to experience the stunning natural beauty of Indonesia’s marine parks.”

Phinisi’s are a two masted Indonesian sailing boat built entirely of ironwood and teak using to traditional construction methods.

Built by Yacht Sourcing at just over 55 metres overall, this beautiful hand built boat is in her class, the largest in the world.

We are about to fly out to Sorong on the Indonesian island of Papua  and from there cruise the Raja Ampat.

Notorious for the untouched natural beauty of its cays and shoals, Raja Ampat offers our guests one of the most remote destinations on the planet.  Here we plan to cross the equator with giant manta rays, explore prehistoric caves, visit primordial tribes, kayak around virgin coastlines and discover dive sites famed for having the most species recorded on a single dive. 

Raja Ampat translates as the ‘Four Kings’ and is located off the northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea. This region embraces over 1,500 small islands surrounding the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta, and Waigeo.

Stay with us as we record here the adventure of a lifetime

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