For sheer size, scale and variety, Indonesia is pretty much unbeatable. The country is just so enormous that nobody is really sure quite how big it is; there are between 13,000 and 17,000 islands. It's certainly the largest archipelago in the world, spreading over 5200km between the Asian mainland and Australia, all of it within the tropics and with huge areas of ocean separating the landmasses. Not surprisingly, Indonesia's ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity is correspondingly great – the best estimate is of 500 languages and dialects used by around 200 million people.

Just across the water from East Java sits Bali, the longtime jewel in the crown of Indonesian tourism, a tiny island of elegant temples, verdant landscape and fine surf. The biggest resorts are the party towns of Kuta and adjacent Legian, with the more subdued beaches at Lovina and Candi Dasa appealing to travelers not hell-bent on raging nightlife. Most visitors also spend some time in Bali's cultural centre of Ubud, whose lifeblood continues to be painting, carving, dancing and music-making.

The islands east of Bali – collectively known as Nusa Tenggara – are now attracting crowds, particularly neighbouring Lombok, with its beautiful beaches and temples. East again, the chance of seeing the world's largest lizards, the Komodo dragons, draws travelers to Komodo and then it's an easy sail across to Flores which has great surfing, and the unforgettable coloured crater lakes of Keli Mutu. South of Flores, Sumba is famous for its intricate fabrics, grand funeral ceremonies and extraordinary annual ritual war, the pasola.

The whole archipelago is tropical, with temperatures at sea level always between 21°C and 33°C, although cooler in the mountains. In theory, the year divides into a wet and dry season, though it's often hard to tell the difference. In much of the country, November to April is the wet months (January and February the wettest) and May through to October are dry. However, in northern Sumatra, this pattern is effectively reversed. The peak tourist season is located between mid-June and mid-September and again over the Christmas and New Year season.

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Indonesia Charter Yachts

We can offer 4 Luxury Sailing Yachts from this amazing Charter Location. The Luxury Sailing Yacht, Asia, The Schooner Katharina & Raja Laut and the Sailing Yacht Seven Seas. We also have availability of a Motor Yacht with onboard facilities for 6 Guests to cruise the Indonesian Islands.

Name Length Currency Max Min
SY Asia 30 Meter LOA 33,950 24,500
Sunreef 62 Blaze II 62 ft LOA 22,990 18,800
Schooner Manta Mae 100 ft LOA $ 24,500 23,000
S/Y Seven Seas 33 Meter LOA $ 47,030 46,030
S/Y Scame 72ft LOA 18,960 15,250
S/Y Mutiara Laut 39.60 Meter LOA $ 84,900 77,000
S/Y Alila Purnama 45.6 Meter LOA $ 88,900 88,900
Raja Laut Schooner 30 Meter LOA 35,900 33,600
M/Y Salila 58 Meter LOA $ 149,000 104,000
M/Y Lady Arraya 40.3 Meter LOA 64,900 60,000
Lagoon 570 57ft LOA 26,650 17,350
Katharina Schooner 33 M LOA $ 29,000 28,000
Eleuthera 60 60ft LOA 29,300 19,300

Indonesia Yacht Charter Map

Base Name: Bali

Port Name: Bali