Discussing the beauty of Komodo island is never going to have an end. From its pink beaches, exotic animals and beautiful lands, people from around the world would literally get in line just to witness it with their eyes. The most popular means to enjoy the beauty of Komodo is using a liveaboard trip. Before we plan to take the trip, here’s an insight into some of our Hello Flores Komodo Luxury Liveaboard!
These Komodo Luxury Liveaboard can satisfy all your needs along the adventure…
One of Hello Flores finest, the Splendour is a Phinisi boat with a fusion of American and Indonesian design. This exquisite boat has open plan themed which makes most of the public areas like the bar, dining area, and lounge have a direct view of the sea. This cruise can board up to 8 guests accompanied by 8 professional crews. There are 3 bedrooms, one master cabin, and 2 cocoon or sharing cabins, with an additional outdoor sleeping area on the back lounge.
Another fine Phinisi boat but with Indonesian exclusive South Sulawesi design, Samara offers a traditional approach to its vessel but also with a modern touch. The boat can hold up to 12 guests, quite bigger than Splendour. There are only 5 cabins with a double-size bed but they can also fit 2 more children ages 6 to 10 years old. The large open areas can be used by the guests to chill and relax, with the crews always keep the hygiene and provide the best quality service on board.
Hello Flores Komodo Luxury Liveaboard offers professional services…
Here it is, the biggest Phinisi ship that Hello Flores can offer. Tanaka is 38m long and can fit 14 guests with 2 deluxe cabins, 2 superior cabins, and 1 family suite. The family suite is definitely the highlight of this ship as it offers a private balcony inside the room. Towards the journey, the crews also provide various entertainment to keep the guys amused along the way. Truly one of the best Komodo Luxury Liveaboard currently sailing.
Probably the most experienced one, this Phinisi built way back in 2009 and has been heavily renovated in 2017. Said to be made in South Sulawesi by one of the tribes there, it can hold up to 11 guests. Royal Fortuna is designed eco-friendly, meaning there’s no AC but instead they have a wide closable window to enjoy the natural air.