Available for Private Charter or By the Cabin set date departures, Tiger Blue is a beautifully crafted 34m traditional phinisi sailing boat with generous deck space and five en-suite cabins sleeping up to 12 people.
Indonesia and liveaboards: the two by now go together in the adventurous traveler’s consciousness. With Komodo and Raja Ampat at this point considered well-sussed territory, interest has moved yet further east, to West Papua.
There, Tiger Blue (tigerblue.info: bespoke journeys from $5,600 a night private charter) has just finalised itineraries to different settlements, including the Asmat province – a stretch of littoral jungle populated by the notoriously aggressive, once-cannibalistic tribe of the same name (into whose hands the explorer Michael Rockefeller, son of US vice president Nelson, is rumoured to have fallen in 1961).
The yacht has 5 en-suite cabins that can be chartered offering plenty of space for relaxation with your family or friends.
Embark on the adventure of a lifetime: switch off your phone and reconnect with each other, nature and the world around you. Enjoy group meals at the large dining table at the heart of the boat and or enjoy an impromptu beach BBQ and relay your tales of the day’s activities.
The Upper Double Cabin is on the main deck and offers a king-sized bed, an en-suite bathroom, and superb views on either side of the boat. With plenty of floodlighting through the windows, you will rarely want to lower the blinds!
The ravishing scenery and pristine coastlines are made for admiring from the low-key luxury surrounds of Tiger Blue’s vast alfresco decks.
Designed with families and groups of friends in mind, a journey on the private Tiger Blue is guaranteed to be packed with unforgettable moments whether it be searching for dragons on Komodo, spotting birds of paradise in West Papua or snorkeling with giant manta rays over the coral gardens of Raja Ampat.