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30 M


Cajoma IV is a newly built two-masted phinisi style yacht, echoing the style of the legendary Konjo shipwrights of southern Sulawesi.

The first phinisi ships were built following the arrival of the Dutch "pinas" in the 16th century. During the alliance with the Dutch, phinisis were mainly used as trade vessels, though some say the Buginese commissioned them as warships during the Indonesian struggle for independence.

Cajoma IV is the perfect option for guests seeking a comfortable private boat at a lower budget and the yacht’s expert crew includes a cruise director, dive master and a private chef.



Cajoma IV features 4 air-conditioned cabins; one master cabin above deck with a private balcony, 2 deluxe double bedrooms and 1 twin cabin below deck, all of which feature private ensuite bathrooms. Cabins are dressed in pale wood and neutral linens with a light, minimalist finish.

Inside, there’s an open plan kitchen and bar area, while out on deck guests will find an alfresco dining table and a sundeck furnished with sunbed and a Jacuzzi with a view.

Onboard facilities include air-conditioning, diving equipment and two speedboats for exciting shore excursions.



  • Meals & snacks
  • Water, tea & coffee (soft drinks, juices & alcohol extra charge)
  • Diving for certified divers & dive manager
  • Crew and boat manager
  • Local transfers
  • Fuel



Cajoma IV was built in 2015 and spans 30m. 4 cabins accommodate up to 8 guests. She cruises at a maximum speed of 12 knots.