Mutiara Laut (meaning “Pearl of the Sea”) is a 47-metre double mast yacht that was carefully constructed to reflect an 18th century North Atlantic schooner with a hint of Indonesian influence that speaks of her staple sailing destinations.
Mutiara Laut’s owner constructed his ship in Kalimantan following a life as a captain that saw him travel the world six times over. The result is an impeccably engineered charter vessel with 3 spacious decks, well built to explore the world’s largest archipelago in comfort and authentic style.
From the tribelands of West Papua to the spice-laden shores of Ambon and the volcanic ridgelines of Komodo National Park, Mutiara Laut travels throughout Indonesia on adventures tailored to her guests.
Mutiara Laut is a great option for families or groups of up to 14 guests looking to sail in comfort with expert attention, and she can also host up to 25 guests for weddings, day trips, sunset cruises or conferences. Her crew of 13 includes a cruise director, an Indonesian captain, a chef and a dive guide.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES
Mutiara Laut features 7 ensuite guest cabins. A master suite is situated on the main deck with a king-size bed, writing desk, walk-in wardrobe and windows letting in plentiful natural light. Of the remaining 6 deluxe guest cabins, 4 doubles each feature a settee that can be converted into a single bed, and 2 two-berth cabins can be converted into doubles, all leading to ensuite bathrooms with showers and vanity units.
Inside, an air-conditioned 36sqm saloon, library and lounge area is dressed in neutral tones touched with traditional textiles in warm colours, and features a TV. An intimate dining room seats up to 14 guests at a finely carved wooden table, with windows looking out over the passing scenery. Throughout, the décor is accentuated with handcrafted wooden items and intricate pillars, art and curiosities picked up from years spent exploring the idyllic islands of Indonesia.
Outside, Mutiara Laut’s old-world charm, merging European and Asian craftsmanship, extends to a 60sqm open deck designed for leisure with daybeds, an external dining and BBQ area.
Facilities include all necessary business amenities and a large kitchen where chefs create a fusion of Indonesian and Western cuisine with culinary influences from the likes of Singapore and Thailand, using only the finest fresh ingredients on offer. Onboard equipment includes diving and fishing gear, as well as waterskis and kayaks.
Meals & snacks
Soft drinks & juices
Diving (for certified divers) & dive manager
Crew and boat manager
Tender including dinghies
1 two-person kayak
Mutiara Laut was built in 2010 and spans 47m with a beam of 9.4m and a draft of 3.1m. 7 cabins accommodate up to 14 guests. She has a maximum cruising speed of 9 knots.