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Indonesian tradition meets Western luxury aboard Tiger Blue – a 34 metre long historic Phinisi yacht that explores the Indonesian Archipelago from Komodo Islands to North West Papua. Tiger Blue is based in the magnificent seas of Eastern Indonesia and guests can visit Komodo, Sumba, Flores, Banda, the remote Spice Islands up to North West Papua and see the dramatic landscapes, coastlines and natural history of this magnificent archipelago. Customised itineraries, divetrips and specialised family holidays make this the ultimate sea safari.


Tiger Blue
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Location: Indonesia
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Prices: From $4,400.00  per night

Available for exclusive Private Charter or By the Cabin on selected dates, Tiger Blue is perfect for family adventures, bucket list trips with friends, or simply escaping the stresses of modern day life.


In addition to the large dining table, the main deck features two double daybeds as well as a chill out area at the rear of the boat. On the upper deck you can kick back on our sunloungers, taking in the spectacular views whilst enjoying the sunshine and perhaps a good book.

Tiger Blue can accommodate up to 12 guests in a choice of 4 cabin types.

All  five cabins cabins are fully air-conditioned and have en-suite facilities designed with families and different age groups in mind.

Upper Double Cabin

This cabin is located on the main deck and has a king size bed, an en suite bathroom and easy access to Tiger Blue’s dining and seating areas. With plenty of light flooding though the windows, you’ll rarely want to lower the blinds.

Lower Double Cabin

Mirror images of each other, the portside & starboard double cabins each have a king size bed, an ensuite bathroom and plenty of storage. The bed can be split to make two single beds.

Family Cabin

The family cabin, which can sleep four, is towards the front of the boat. It has a king size bed and two full size single beds in the bow, as well as an en suite bathroom.

Twin Cabin

The twin cabin is the smallest of Tiger Blue’s cabins and has two single bunk beds and an ensuite bathroom.

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Diverse wildlife, crystal clear waters, beautiful islands to explore and peaks to climb, and some of the best diving opportunities in the entire world.

From May to September, Tiger Blue spends her days sailing the turquoise waters of Komodo National Park just off the western tip of Flores. In October or November, as the weather changes, the yacht relocates to Raja Ampat, a stunning archipelago comprised of hundreds of jungle clad islands.

Fine Dining onboard and off

Meals are freshly prepared by the on board chef and served up at the large dining table on the main deck, except for when you head to a nearby island for a beach BBQ.

They serve a mix of Asian and Western cuisines and can cater for most dietary requirements and preferences. All soft drinks and beers are included while spirits, cocktails and house wines can be purchased by the glass. Alternatively, choose the optional unlimited drinks package.


No day is typical on Tiger Blue, except for the hours of relaxation. You choose the pace and the activities while our team take care of the rest.

From providing excellent diving in the crystal clear waters teeming with vibrant life and once in a lifetime opportunities to swim with creatures that will leave you in awe, to long stretches of white sandy beaches and breathtaking landscapes filled with unique wildlife just waiting to be explored. For the more adventurous the boat is fully equipped for a variety of watersports ranging from waterskiing to kayaking.

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