31m / 6 cabins / 12 guests / 7 crew
Raja Laut (meaning “King of the Seas”) is an elegant adaptation of a 19th century trading schooner that calls to mind the ships of centuries past. This timeless 31-metre yacht has been plying the seas of Indonesia and the Malay Archipelago for a decade.
Raja Laut follows in the footsteps of famed explorers Brooke and Conrad, using a gaff topsail schooner rig chosen for its simplicity. Reminiscent of the South Sea trading vessels of the past on the outside, her interiors have been appointed with modern amenities, and her well-proportioned motorisation is key for long charters and sailing expeditions.
The yacht’s layout lends itself well to families and the experienced crew are well equipped to accompany guests on the most incredible adventures in Indonesia and beyond.
Raja Laut features six air-conditioned ensuite guest cabins. There are three double cabins and three twin cabins, making this yacht ideal for families. All cabins feature ensuite bathrooms that have recently been modernised in line with what one might expect of a contemporary luxury yacht.
Interiors are fitted with native tropical hardwoods that give Raja Laut’s spaces a rich warmth and ageless charm. Aside from the cabins, there’s plenty of space to relax indoors in the traditionally dressed lounge and dining areas.
Outside, the yacht’s beautiful teak deck offers multiple sun loungers and shaded areas, as well as a large dining table for alfresco meals served under an ample awning.
Raja Laut’s owner built her to reflect his family’s love for the ocean. Their passion for the ancient spice trading history of Asia’s beguiling islands, literature of the likes of Joseph Conrad and knowledge of traditional boat building techniques is commendable, and this is reflected in Raja Laut’s authentic character.
Snorkelling & diving equipment including nitrox
|Length||31.00 m (102 ft)|
|Beam||7.20 m (24 ft)|
|Engines||300 HP Yanmar|
|Cruising speed||7 knots|
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