Passionate about designing and building a boat that is elegant, sturdy and tailored to the needs of those who love to enjoy five-star service and luxury, the owners, all seasoned divers, put their hearts into this 36,50m beautiful traditional wooden 2 mast top sail schooner called Tiaré.
What can you expect on board of Tiaré?
She is a luxurious yet traditional Indonesian Phinisi that will take you on a journey of discovery to some of the most stunning spots in the world. Experience diving in the rich waters of the Indonesian archipelago and meet people from the many different cultures on the diverse islands that you would never have the opportunity to see while staying in more tourist-heavy areas. There is also a separate diving deck with hot water showers to warm up after a night dive.
Tiaré offers a spectacular experience for divers as well as non-divers, with bright airy cabins, spacious bathrooms and a large front deck where you can socialize, eat under the stars or just relax in the Indonesian sunshine. All indoor and outdoor living areas, decks and cabins are made with antique teak salvaged from old Joglos, which not only gives the feeling of "real Indonesia", but has helped to reduce the use of Indonesia's disappearing rainforests.
The layout of the yacht is very clever.
Living area: Designed to be a space where you feel totally at home with an extra touch of luxury, comfortable couches and tables; it's the perfect place to socialize and catch-up with your friends. A bar stocked with with imported wines and a selection of other drinks is a welcome treat after a day of diving and a small cigar store is available. The indoor lounge is also a nice place to have dinner.
Bow lounge: in addition to the indoor living area, the outdoor bow lounge is a space to enjoy and experience the freedom of being at sea. Watch the crew at work, birds flying overhead or count the millions of stars in the clear night sky from comfortable lounges and couches.
The cabins: more like a 5-start hotel than a boat, the 6 cabins on Tiaré are your home away from home designed with relaxation and the perfect sleep in mind. You'll enjoy soft linens and well thought out lighting and plug placement as well as spacious ensuite bathrooms, hot water showers and environmental friendly body wash and shampoo. Two triple cabins are spacious enough to accommodate two adults and one child or three adults, with under-bed storage to ensure ease of movement around the cabin. The other four cabins, two twin and two double, accommodate two adults each for a maximum capacity of 14 guests. With 14 guests on board, Tiaré is comfortable and spacious enough for both a social space to relax and enjoy down time in the luxurious cabins.
Dive Deck: the crew is passionate about diving and they want each diver to have his or her own personalized experience on board of Tiaré. Every diver has their own area to set up their equipment. Highly qualified staff is on hand to help set up and transfer your equipment to the waiting tender and after the dive your wetsuits will be washed and dried for you.
Where do you dive?
A short introduction...Tiaré will take you to some of the most incredible areas for diving in the world. In the middle of the 'Coral Triangle' that extends from Australia to the Philippines and from Borneo to the South Pacific, Indonesia has some of the most colorful and varied marine life thanks to the nutrient-rich seas. Encounter huge open-water fish species around the cool waters of Komodo, drift over colorful fields of coral in pristine Raja Ampat, be astonished at the enormous schools of fish in the Banda Islands and shoot the bizarre creatures around Maluku islands.
Tiaré cruises in the stunning Indonesian archipelago with a number of different routes and departure and end points. From Bali, Flores and Komodo National Park, Alor and all the way to the pristine reeds of Raja Ampat, East Timor and the Banda Sea, Tiaré offers trips from 5 to 11 nights. For the even more adventurous, the 'Forgotten Islands', a 1000 kilometer chain of islands stretching from East Timor to West Papua are where you will find more incredible dives and marine life than you could even imagine. Halmahera is another more remote site situated exactly between Lembeh Strait and the Raja Ampat islands, in the centre of the Coral Triangle. Here coral experts have already recorded 450 species, which is more than half of the corals in the world.
Read more about the famous itineraries of Tiaré here:www.eylem.lu/imagine
There is a schedule of cruises planned for Tiaré in 2018 with different durations and destinations. When you share with us your favorite moment for a holiday and the number of guests that are joining you, we propose to you several possibilities with different destinations. Price mentioned is based on a double room.