Indonesia Accommodation,
East Of Wallace Line

Tiger Blue


Tiger Blue is a traditional 112-foot timber phinisi yacht which sails around the beautiful islands of Eastern Indonesia, including the stunning Raja Ampat archipelago of West Papua province.

The boat has five en-suite cabins sleeping up to 12 adults, with a main deck cabin with king size bed, and on the lower deck two cabins with king size beds, a twin cabin with two single bunk beds, and a family cabin which can sleep up to four with a king size bed and two full size single beds.

Tiger Blue can be chartered privately or on an individual basis with three core itineraries throughout the year – the Raja Ampat archipelago from November to March, Komodo National Park from May to September, and the Banda Islands from September to October, and March to April.

The boat is fully equipped for water skiing, wakeboarding and diving, with a qualified divemaster and up to four dives per day included. There are also two sea kayaks  on board, and a dedicated snorkelling guide. The daily activities are flexible and varied depending on the location. Perhaps partake of some diving or snorkelling after breakfast, or head out on the tender to explore small islands and search for wildlife. Then after lunch back on board, enjoy an afternoon of water sports, fishing, diving, snorkelling and hiking, or just kick back and relax on board. End the day with sunset cocktails, a bonfire on the beach, stargazing under a clear night sky, or perhaps even a night dive on some of the world’s best coral reefs.


Top deck with 4 sun loungers, and main deck with dining table, spacious deck beds, large chill out area at the rear, and diving platform.

Jonathan Morris

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Indonesia tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

We both loved it. We found the Indonesian people very smiley and friendly. The ground agents and drivers were polite and informative. All dealings with Jonathan Morris were helpful and efficient. Thank you.

Mr DH - Newton Abbot