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Indonesia

Unity in Diversity, the national motto of Indonesia, is a term that strikes deep into the heart of this dynamic, glamorous and fascinating fusion of cultures. Few places offer such exciting variety as Indonesia, and no two journeys here are ever alike.

Located in Indonesia, the Zen Phinisi Schooner is best placed to explore this fascinating constellation of more than 18,000 islands scattered like emeralds over the luminous blue seas along the equator. Tropical forests, mysterious volcanoes and mountains, thousands of miles of fabulous beaches and amazing coral reefs – it is hard to believe that all of this phenomenal beauty belongs to one maritime country, where the age of sail never really ended.

The world's largest archipelago straddles the divide between the Asian and Australian continental plates. As a result, the islands offer a stunning variety of wildlife, rare flowers and exotic plants. Species found nowhere else on earth have flourished in certain areas, including the famous Komodo dragon on the island of the same name. Dolphins, turtles, seahorses and manta rays, blue lagoons teeming with fish make Indonesia an ideal destination for adventure travel and true immersion into the multidimensional paradise.

Sailing Indonesia

Sailing yacht in Indonesia waters reaching those remote exotic islands becomes more popular holiday destinations through out the globe.

Diving cruise is one most popular sailing activities in Indonesia.  The most comfortable and easiest way to explore those remote islands and hidden white beaches where the richest diverse marine ecosystems are mostly found, excellent good water visibility for diving and snorkeling, colorful soft and hard coral gardens, healthy tropical and pelagic fish, a paradise to escape.

The sailing boats from diving liveaboard, jukung (small simple wooden boat) and luxury phinisi wooden boats are sailing all year round in Indonesia waters, adventuring from one island to another.

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