In the spirit of exploring the most beautiful corners of the Indonesian archipelago in style, comfort and luxury; we would like to introduce our fleet of wooden phinisi’s available for charter.
Artistically designed and constructed, each of our yachts represent a certain individuality and attention to detail not found elsewhere.
Our delightful and experienced crew members are committed to providing the highest level of hospitality, to ensure that any LDS voyage is an experience like no other.
The Journey of a lifetime
Just imagine the memories to be made
Experience a sailing adventure like no other, filled with enchanting on-board and off-board activities. Revitalize your mind, body and spirit with the open seas, or explore the pristine waters and thriving marine life of the best diving and snorkeling spots in the world. Set offboard to explore the most untouched beaches, lagoons and excursions revealing the most beautiful corners of the world’s largest archipelago.
As you may know, Indonesia is the worlds largest archipelago; home to over 17,000 islands and inhabiting some of the most exotic fauna and flora in the world. Choose from our selection of exotic destinations highlighting the very best each region has to offer and join our expert private cruise team as we cater to your every need.
A Sailing holiday in Indonesia is like traveling back in history: a return to classical sailing, giving one a feeling of real adventure. The ancestors of the modern phinisi yacht are Schooners that transported valuable spices from the "East Indies" to Europe. The golden age of sailing, which ended in the Western world a century ago, never quite ended in Indonesia.
It was a fantastic experience, truly one of the best holidays I have ever had! With the help of a super friendly crew and director of the boat, I was able to fully enjoyed the paradise-like islands: Raja Ampat! Everything spoiled my eyes and my mind! With the help of the translator, I was able to have a very interesting conversation with the locals about their beautiful villages and their magical folk stories.
– Vivi Oktaviani