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40 M


Built by the legendary Konjo Boat Builders of Sulawesi, the 40-metre Si Datu Bua (meaning “Beloved Princess”) was handcrafted from carefully selected materials that call to mind the classic phinisi heritage. She is the smaller sister of the beautiful and well-established Silolona and is just as luxurious, evoking the spirit of Indonesia’s magnificent islands.

Reflecting the phinisi ships that historically traded along the spice routes in the region, Si Datu Bua embodies the essence of Indonesia’s past together with the contemporary luxuries expected of a modern day superyacht.

Si Datu Bua travels between the spiritual hub of Bali, Lombok’s quiet shores, the dense jungles of Sulawesi, Raja Ampat’s remote reefs and the UNESCO World Heritage Komodo National Park to name a few.

Si Datu Bua is a wonderful choice for families or groups of friends looking to sail in authentic style, and her crew of 11 includes an expedition leader, chef and dive instructor. Her team is known for an in depth knowledge of the culture and customs of Indonesia.



Si Datu Bua has 3 classically decorated, romantic guest cabins. Adorned with traditional woven textiles and Indonesian artefacts, these suites combine the warmth of solid wood with neutral cream tones, creating an elegant, relaxed ambiance. All suites feature air-conditioning, king-size beds and ensuite bathrooms.

An indoor lounge and dining area is naturally lit with large windows, carrying through the theme of wood combined with cream linens and printed textiles. Outside, there’s a beautifully lit lounge area with daybeds, sunloungers and ample space for alfresco meals at the dining table. An additional lounge on the aft deck provides space for relaxing in the shade and taking a moment to appreciate the exquisite landscapes that Indonesia has to offer.

The dedicated chef prepares menus according to guests’ preferences, with culinary creations including traditional South East Asian specialties as well as classic Western fare.

Onboard, Si Datu Bua is equipped with a PADI dive centre, waterskis, wakeboards, kayaks and fishing gear.



  • Meals & snacks
  • Soft drinks & juices
  • Diving (for certified divers) & dive manager
  • Crew and boat manager
  • Local transfers
  • Fuel
  • 2 tenders
  • Scuba diving and snorkelling equipment
  • Kayaks, waterskiis and wakeboard



Si Datu Bua was built in 2012 and spans 40m with a beam of 8.5m and a draft of 3.1m. 3 cabins accommodate up to 6 guests. She has a maximum cruising speed of 10 knots.