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Charter from price
$108,500
Length
50M
No of guests
10

A beautifully crafted phinisi sailing yacht, SILOLONA was constructed by the legendary Konjo Boat Builders to the highest possible specifications. Born from the depths of the dense jungle, SILOLONA is resplendent with tropical hardwoods. Built using traditional methods, SILOLONA is part of a rich tradition of authentic phinisi sailing vessels used to trade along the region’s spice routes. Combing the evocative and historic essence of Indonesia with the luxuries expected on a modern superyacht, you are sure to have a charter experience like no other onboard SILOLONA. Sleeping up to ten guests in five rooms, SILOLONA is perfect for exploring Indonesia with family and friends in traditional style.

SILOLONA’s interiors are lit with large windows and complete with natural woods, light linens, and bright, printed textiles. She boasts an indoor lounge and dining area perfect for catching up with your family and friends after a day of Indonesian adventures. Outside lies a stunning al-fresco lounge area with day beds, sun loungers, and space to dine under the light of the sun or moon. There are a further two lounge spaces on the bowsprit and aft deck providing a place to relax in the shade and take in the stunning views of Indonesia in every direction. SILOLONA has room for up to 17 crew who know the areas they cruise better than anyone. With a top-class chef, an experienced expedition leader, and even a dive instructor you will want for nothing during your time onboard. Enjoy food plucked fresh from local food markets and cooked to perfection, either on board or on an open beach fire. Explore Indonesia further on kayaks and paddleboards enjoying the relaxed pace of life on board SILOLONA. For a charter in Indonesia, there is no better vessel than SILOLONA.

Aerial View of Silolona Yacht Among Indonesian Islands Interior of Bedroom on Silolona Yacht
Silolona Yacht Aerial View of the Deck Dining on Deck of Silolona Yacht