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Cruising The Full Indonesian Archipelago

Luxury Cruising 2016/17





KLM Alila is one of the most luxurious liveaboard Phinisi ship in Asia, providing ultra-modern and relaxing accommodation for up to ten guests. Handcrafted in the traditional style of a Phinisi, as used by the Bugis seafarers from south Sulawesi in Indonesia, the 46-metre long KLM Alila consists of three decks. In keeping with Alila’s emphasis on style and sustainability, the furniture throughout the ship is custom-made from teak, rattan and other locally sourced materials from Indonesia. Onboard are five well-appointed cabins including one master suite, designed to indulge guests further with large wraparound windows offering 180-degree views of the ever-changing yet incredible landscape.

 KLM Alila will take on the journey to Komodo Island sailing the Flores Seas and to Raja Ampat Islands sailing Halmahera Seas. Adventure is now available for individual suite bookings, subject to demand and capacity. For Komodo Island Voyage, guests fly direct to Labuan Bajo from the tropical island of Bali. Sailing via Rinca Island, where Komodo dragons reside, to east Sumbawa in the Flores Sea. For Raja Ampat Voyage, guests fly to Sorong from Jakarta via Makassar. Sailing through Mansuar Island, where is not uncommon to encounter mantas ray and dolphins, to Wayag Islands or to Misool Island. When not being mesmerised underwater, guests can choose to relax on golden sandy beaches, perhaps with a picnic and a chilled glass of champagne. Or explore island life, taking a walk through villages or tropical rainforests, glimpsing beautiful birds of paradise in their natural habitat.


January-June 2017 Raja Ampat Expedition Including Cendrawasih Bay USD 12,500++ 
June-September 2017 Komodo Island Expedition USD 12,500++ 
September-October 2017 Maumere-Ambon USD 12,500++ 
October-November 2017 Ambon-Raja Ampat USD 15,000++ 
November 2017 -March 2018 Raja Ampat Expedition USD 15,000++ 


14-20 January Raja Ampat Master Suite USD 17,000++ 6 nights’ voyage Standard suite USD 14,500++ 6 nights’ voyage
11-17 February
11-17 March
13-19 May Cendrawasih Bay Master Suite USD 17,000++ 6 nights’ voyage Standard suite USD 14,500++ 6 nights’ voyage
10-16 June 
15-19 July  Komodo Island Master Suite USD 11,334++ 4 nights’ voyage  Standard Suite USD 9,667 ++ 4 nights’ voyage
13-18 August Master Suite USD 14,167++ 5 nights’ voyage Standard Suite USD 12,084++ 5 nights’ voyage
16-22 September Master Suite USD 17,000++ 6 nights’ voyage Standard Suite USD 14,500++ 6 nights’ voyage
23-30 October Ambon-Raja Ampat Master Suite USD 25,667++ 7 nights’ voyage Standard suite USD 19,834++ 7 nights’ voyage
19-25 November Raja Ampat Master Suite USD 22,000++ 6 nights’ voyage Standard suite USD 17,000++ 6 nights’ voyage
10-17 December  




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Package Inclusions: Exclusive 6-night liveaboard arrangements, with all land transfers, scheduled excursions and meals, refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages, unlimited dives, activities such as snorkeling, shore excursions and island hopping, all equipment and admissions fees to the National Parks and permits. Well looked after by a crew of 16, including the cruise director and dive instructor, both of whom are PADI-certified, resident chef and spa therapist.

Terms and Conditions: Package rates are subject to 1.2% government tax and 10% service charge, excludes international and domestic airfare, excess baggage fees, passport, visas or airport tax fees (both international and domestic), alcoholic beverages, spa treatments, any unscheduled excursions outside of the sailing itinerary and medical insurance. Please note that additional charges will apply for any special food requests that incur charges relating to the source location or transport of such items into Indonesia for example: Kosher or Halal meat or specialty products. All reservations are subject to the sailing calendar and cabin availability onboard Alila Purnama at the time of reservation, subject to demand (departure will only be confirmed when minimum 4 cabins occupied).