Open Trip Komodo With Samara I
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Shared Trip / Open Trip Komodo
4 Days 3 Nights
The Social Happening on Samara I
Join our Open trip! Exploring Komodo National Park can also be done in an more affordable and sociable way. It’s about making new friends, create memories and learn new things together. Our shared trip or open trip allows you to have the opportunity to share a wonderful island hopping experience, even if you’re a solo traveler or a couple. And no worries, there is also plenty of room for people to find their own space and privacy if they want to.
Convenience And Comfort
Samara I is a spacious 27m modern phinisi boat that is designed to accommodate 12 guests, which is ideal for a family holiday or a group of friends, but also for a mixed group. It features five comfortable cabins with en suite bathroom each and offers optimum convenience and comfort to all guests aboard.
She offers a beautiful modern bar and lounge area on the front deck as well as multiple cozy sundecks. The Salon is spacious and provides comfortable seating for 12 guests
On board we have two paddle-boards and snorkeling gear to explore the ocean. Of course there is a bluetooth music system and a deck-shower as well.
We build Samara I with the idea that our customers can create unforgettable memories on here and explore the stunning beauty of east Indonesia
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There are two cabins with a double bed and a bunk bed on the lower deck, one cabin on the main deck, and two cabins on the upper deck. With multi-level design, Samara I provides comfortable deck space as well as a shaded front deck which is a great lounge spot while sailing.
We build this Boat specially for sailing at Komodo. It is designed as a modern agile wooden Yacht with a powerful engine to master the currents in the Park.
Rooms Komodo and Rinca
Please note that our itinerary is subject to change depending on the weather and sea conditions at Komodo.