Si Datu Bua (meaning "Beloved Princess") was handmade by the famous Konjo Boat Builders of Sulawesi using carefully selected materials that evoke the original phinisi traditions. She is the younger sister of the well-known and exquisite Silolona, and she is as opulent, reflecting the essence of Indonesia's wonderful islands.
Si Datu Bua reflects the phinisi ships that traditionally traded along the region's spice routes, combining the essence of Indonesia's history with the sophisticated amenities anticipated of a modern-day superyacht.
Si Datu Bua offers a very personalized experience with three private and nicely equipped staterooms. All of the accommodations include hot water showers, air conditioning, plenty of room, and classic furniture. The cuisine on board is superb and personalized to your preferences; dine al fresco on the deck or on a lonely beach with your personal butler.
Si Datu Bua's crew of 12 includes an excursion leader, cook, and diving instructor, making her an excellent choice for families or groups of friends seeking to sail in true style. Her crew is recognized for its extensive understanding of Indonesian culture and customs.
Large windows provide natural lighting in an indoor lounge and dining room, which continues the wood motif with cream linens and patterned fabrics. A brilliantly lighted lounge area with daybeds, sun loungers, and sufficient room for alfresco eating at the dining table can be found outside.
On the aft deck, there is an extra lounge where you can rest in the shade and take in the stunning scenery that Indonesia has to offer.
The schedule includes all meals and drinks (excluding alcohol), watersports, crew services, excursions, entrance fees, and permits.
|Length||40.2 m / 132'|
|Beam||8.5 m / 28'|
|Cabins||Double (2), Owner (1)|
|Saloon : DVD, Hifi, TV|