Amandira, Indonesia


Amandira, a two-masted sailing ship measuring 52 metres from bow to stern, was handcrafted by the Konjo tribe and launched in 2015. A traditional Phinisi vessel, it combines the ancient romance of the spice trade with cutting-edge contemporary amenities, sailing the vibrant waters of Indonesia, from Amanwana to Komodo National Park and the Raja Ampat islands. State-of-the-art fishing and diving equipment is available onboard including fishing rods, lines, lures and catfish spinning reels. If you are new to fishing, then you can learn how to catch catfish under the guidance of an experienced instructor. The ship can accommodate up to ten guests, with three spacious king bed cabins and two bunk bed cabins.




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