Explore the Indonesian islands of Komodo National Park, the Spice Islands and Raja Ampat aboard the world’s largest and most luxurious phinisi yacht.
Prana by Atzaró is the world’s ultimate luxury charter with an impressive A-list following. Cruises can be arranged in the tranquil waters of Komodo National Park or the unexplored magical islands of Raja Ampat in Indonesia, home to some of the world’s best diving.
A beautiful hand-built phinisi, the largest and most luxurious of its kind in the world, Prana by Atzaró can accommodate up to 18 people in nine luxurious suites, providing the perfect opportunity for a group holiday with family or friends. Each en-suite stateroom features king-size beds, rain showers, air conditioning and beautiful nautical design elements in smooth solid teak, muted colours and soft textures.
Activities aboard Prana by Atzaró will keep even the most active adventurer happy. Learn to scuba dive with the yacht’s resident instructor or drift snorkelling through volcanic vents. Alternatively, you can use sea kayaks and paddle boards to explore the jungle-fringed coastline or get your thrills by wakeboarding and waterskiing around the calmest of lagoons. Fishing tackle is also provided, along with towable floats for effortless fun.
For those who simply want to relax and recharge, four spacious decks with king-size daybeds offer plenty of places to retreat. A yoga deck doubles as an open-air cinema, while Prana by Atzaró’s main deck offers both indoor and outdoor living spaces, and the on-board treatment room is massage heaven.
The onboard cuisine, meticulously created by the yacht’s chef, includes both Asian fusion and Western dishes. Everything is made from the freshest local ingredients and served by discreet staff al fresco under the stars, in the cool of the air-conditioned dining room, or Robinson Crusoe style on powdery white sandy beaches under shady parasols. After dinner, relax in the open-air cinema or indulge in a pampering spa treatment.
The 18-strong crew includes a cruise director, dive instructor, several chefs, stewards and expert therapists; all on hand to ensure a seamless experience and that all needs are met. With fine dining, unlimited water sports, on-board spa treatments, unforgettable diving and the chance to visit some of the world’s most beautiful heritage sites, a trip aboard Prana by Atzaró is the travel experience of a lifetime.
Prana by Atzaro Destinations
Komodo National Park
Get up close to the world’s largest lizards in their untamed natural habitat, visit surreal pink beaches, watch spine-tingling sunsets and dive some of the world’s most pristine coral reefs. Three large islands make up Komodo National Park: Komodo Island, Rinca Island and Padar Island, plus a few other islets. This area is a World Heritage Site with over 2,000 square kilometres of protected wildlife, including some 5,700 Komodo dragons, as well as wild pigs, water buffalo, deer, horses, snakes, monkeys and the magnificent marine life beneath the waves.
The Spice Islands
The Spice Islands or Banda Islands or Maluku Islands Indonesia are an archipelago in eastern Indonesia, comprising two provinces, Maluku and North Maluku. They’re famous for their volcanoes and palm-fringed beaches. Breathe in the rich colonial architecture of Banda Besar, hike Mount Api, race locals in their boats, spot whales and dolphins and dive pristine coral reefs teeming with marine life. The Spice Islands region of Indonesia is the stuff of legends and features in many traditional and modern books, stories and songs. There are perfect sunrises against the backdrop of volcanoes and mellow sunsets with cocktails on snow-white beaches framed by pristine rainforest. There are as many underwater wonders as above, with vast coral reefs plunging into the deep blue ocean, creating one of the most biodiverse seascapes in the world.
Renowned for the pristine natural beauty of its 1500 islands, cays and shoals, Raja Ampat offers our guests one of the most remote destinations on the planet. Here you can cross the equator with giant manta rays, explore prehistoric caves, visit indigenous tribes, kayak around pristine coastlines and discover dive sites famous for having the most species recorded in one place. Raja Ampat, which translates as ‘Four Kings’, is located off the northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea. The region comprises over 1500 small islands surrounding the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo.