This beautiful and strong boat was launched in November 2015 and set sail for the very first time in January 2016 from Sulawesi to Raja Ampat.
With her imposing bow sprit she is 102' over all and approx. 83' on deck.
She is a beautiful and elegant / strong Pirate boat, easy to sail and easy to handle, open space on deck, great visibility from front to back, open bar and kitchen, open steering Captain space, huge sun-deck (80m2). A huge chill place at the aft, with 20m2 matrass and pillow, Japanese table in the middle. She is just been docked for annual survey and has a solid charter history.
She is 32 meters long overall, with a 6,20 meter beam and was built to very high standards, particularly noticeable in her heavy scantlings, high-quality tropical hardwoods, and practical well thought-out engineering and interior design.
She is made from proper Phinisi sail material anti UV and water 21m mast (main) / 11m boom and 7m gaff / back mast 11m / bowsprit 5m Anchor: 100 kg - 75 kg / 30m chain hot deep galvanise Singapore made 12mm Hydrolik system for the steering, electric system for the anchor winch.
She is made with 3 types of wood, Kayu Bessi (iron wood), Kayu Jati (teak), and Kayu Binti (strong wood which grow in rocks, perfect for structural boat member). Built in Tanah Beru South Sulawesi, birthplace of the famous Phinisi Indonesian vessel. The hull is made with Iron wood, members with binti and deck with Teak wood. The mast (21m) is made of Campaga Balau, strong, light and pretty stretched, absolutely the best wood for mast.
The hull was constructed of ironwood (Belian/Ulin) that is extremely resistant to rot and abrasion, with solid timber planked onto frames and through-bolted to full-length stringers creating an exceptionally strong and sea worthy vessel.
5 cabins on board
There is a spacious open deck area suitable for setting a large dining table, perfect for al-fresco dining, with canopy that can be quickly setup for shade.
In keeping with the trader tradition there is a cargo hatch-styled seating area at midship, with a skylight providing light to the saloon below.
Deck House and Dining Area
Aft of midship is the main deck house, with an access on the port and starboard sides, with a dining area comprised of two dinner tables able to accommodate 12 guest in total.
The Galley is equipped with :
The electrical system is include :