Tiger Blue

Location: Eastern Indonesia | Indonesia

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Tiger Blue offers an incredible way to explore the virtually untouched, remote islands of the Indonesian archipelago. Travel in the footsteps of the early explorers in comfort and luxurious style on this 34-metre traditional phinisi yacht as you float past lush islands set in emerald waters. Tiger Blue offers customised sea safaris and access to some of the most phenomenal diving and snorkelling in the world, and works particularly well for a once-in-a-lifetime family holiday or an original, unforgettable trip for groups of friends.
Perfect forCouples, groups and adventurous families with a passion for the sea, looking for an alternative way to explore Indonesia's little-discovered islands.
In the knowDive enthusiasts should head for Manta Alley, off the coast of Komodo Island to see the gracious manta rays.

Recommended for...

  • Cruise
  • Eco-tourism
  • Family-friendly
  • Off the Beaten Track

Hotel Overview

Where

Tiger Blue follows different sailing routes depending on the time of year you choose. Sail the waters of Komodo National Park – a smattering of islands named after the the komodo dragon (the world’s largest lizard). These islands are accessible only by boat, whose kaleidoscopic marine life offers extraordinarily good diving and snorkelling. Visit the Spice Islands of the Banda Sea, which are rich in colonial heritage and offer plenty of scope to explore the islands both above and below the turquoise water, from hiking up to historic forts and admiring the views to snorkelling and diving along fluorescent reefs. Tiger Blue can also be chartered to Raja Ampat, an archipelago of over 1,500 tiny islands circling four larger islands.  Almost uninhabited, Raja Ampat offers yet more phenomenal diving and snorkelling with perhaps the richest coral reef ecosystems our planet has to offer.

Rooms on Tiger Blue

Tiger Blue has five cabins accommodating a maximum of 12 guests. They are comfortable, spacious, air-conditioned and all have en suite bathrooms with hot showers. They include twin, double and family cabins.

Food and facilities

On the main deck there is a salon to the stern, and plenty of daybeds towards the bow. The large sun deck has loungers for topping up the tan, and they are also perfect for a sunset cocktail or two. Tiger Blue’s onboard chef serves up delicious fresh fish straight from the ocean, sashimi, western and Indonesian dishes and barbecues.

Activities on Tiger Blue

Tiger Blue really does offer something for everyone. From unlimited scuba diving, snorkelling, fishing, kayaking and waterskiing, to hiking around volcanoes and cultural visits to local tribes and villages. It’s you who determines the pace of the trip, and the onboard dive master and crew of eight are there to look after all your needs. For further ideas on how a holiday on Tiger Blue might work, check out our sailing holiday in Indonesia.

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