Tiger Blue is a beautifully crafted 34m luxury wooden Phinisi sailing boat, perfect for a family adventure, a once in a lifetime trip with old friends or a diving vacation. Voyage throughout the undiscovered waters of the Indonesian Archipelago.
At a Glance
Go on customized voyage of discovery throughout the stunning, undiscovered waters of the Indonesian Archipelago, including Raja Ampat and Komodo
Four cabins - all en-suite accommodation
Dive with turtles, manta rays & white-tipped reef sharks
Available for both private charter and set-date departures throughout the year
Encounter ancient Komodo Dragons, reptiles unchanged since the time of the dinasour
Enjoy sun-downers on pink sand beaches
Sample delicious Indonesian cuisine as you sail through stunning scenery
Enjoy cocktails and canapés on a private pink sand beach, as you watch the sun set.Scott Dunn team
To start planning your vacation to Tiger Blue
Tiger Blue, a stunning 34m luxury wooden Phinisi sailing boat, furnished in traditional Indonesian style with beautiful day beds, sun loungers, a large covered dining area and a saloon with books, a television to watch DVDs and dive footage on and a satellite phone. It is easy to relax beneath her billowing red sails.
Perfect for a family adventure, a trip for friends or a diving vacation, Tiger Blue sleeps up to 13 people who are looked after by a crew of eight. The crew are wonderful and become part of the vacation experience on board the boat. You will have a private chef who will cater for guests every need with a huge variety of Asian and Western dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Choose to dine on board under the covered dining table or have a BBQ on a stunning beach.
Every evening, the crew will find a beautiful private beach for sunset and will set up bean bags and a bonfire. Enjoy delicious cocktails and canapés as you watch the sun set over the spellbinding scenery.
The boat is made up for four bedrooms – all which have air conditioning and en suite bathrooms with fresh water showers. Sleeping outside under the stars is a magical experience and the crew with happily make you up a bed on deck.
There are superb facilities onboard, including a fully equipped PADI dive operation (there is a Dive Master as part of the crew), snorkeling equipment, two rib tenders, water skis, knee boards and canoes. All of these activities are included on a complimentary basis.
4 Cabins - all en-suite accommodation including:
- 2 master suites with king size bed and pull-out bed for a small child
- 1 twin cabin with 2 single bunks
- 1 family cabin with 1 king size bed & 2 single beds as well as a pull out bed for a child
All cabins are air-conditioned & have en-suite bathrooms with hot water & fresh water showers
Tiger Blue, has been designed with families and different age groups in mind. One of the real bonuses of a family vacation on board is the opportunity offered for spending time together, whether it’s water skiing/wakeboarding/fishing/kayaking, snorkeling, swimming, diving, or building bonfires.
Your executive chef can prepare a superb range of Asian & Western menus tailored to guest’s preferences and special dietary requests.
The boat has canoes, water skis, knee board, snorkeling fishing and diving equipment. Hikes can be organized to view the stunning wildlife.
Picnic lunches or BBQ dinners by the beach can easily be arranged. Cocktails and canapés on a private beach whilst watching the sunset are a must.
Onboard is a salon with audio video equipment & satellite phone.
Covered dining area seating up to 14 and plenty of space to unwind and enjoy the views.
The main outdoor deck has four sun loungers – perfect for relaxing day or night.
- Expedition leader and dive master is on hand to take you to handpicked and often undisclosed locations
- Daily housekeeping & laundry services
Location & Directions
When to go
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – wet and dry – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. Given the different climates throughout the archipelago, the vessel is able to operate different expeditions at different times of year.