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Passenger Capacity: 12
Built: 1998
Length: 70 ft.
Beam: 13 ft.
Draft: 3 ft.
Officers: American, Indonesian
Staff and Crew: 4, Indonesian
  • Itinerary: Three to seven-night island-hopping voyages, roundtrip from Sulawesi, calling at Komodo. Some cruises are focussed on diving, others on cruising and whale-watching. One four-week cruise is to know the islands and people of the Indonesian Archipelago in depth with two to three-day stops in various harbors.
  • Cabins: Cabins are dormitory-style with six double beds. Some people choose to sleep on deck. There are two heads, and two outside showers on deck.
  • Dining: Meals are usually served on the main deck.
  • Dress: Very casual.
  • Facilities and Activities: Traditional-style sailboat, very laid back in activities. There is no air conditioning. Cultural visits are made to small Indonesian islands. Some cruises are dive-oriented; other cruises do not have diving but are oriented to wildlife, kayaking, whale-watching, and culture of the islands.
  • Recent Fares Reported to Us: US$125 per person for three nights; $650 for six nights. Whole boat charter: US $400 per day for a minimum of four days. The four-week island-hopping voyage: $500 per person. Dive instruction is additional.

    For current fares and schedules of Songline
    cruises, click on this link.

    To book a Indonesia cruise, fill out our Cruise Request Form  and one of our associates will reserve a cabin for you.

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