Prana by Atzaró has just announced sailing charter trips for 2022
Prana by Atzaró is the world’s ultimate luxurious charter. With over 900 sq metres of space to enjoy and nine luxurious suites that sleep up to 18 guests this yacht is a traditional Indonesian Phinisi super-yacht designed with every comfort in mind.
The yacht sails the beautiful unexplored islands of Raja Ampat, Komodo National Park and the Spice Islands, Indonesia.
Prana by Atzaró has just announced the following sailing dates for 2022.
A voyage through Raja Ampat is the ultimate in last-paradise discovery. You won’t see a soul as you explore unchartered islands, hike through forests at dawn to discover the rare Birds of Paradise, swim with reef sharks amongst pristine coral and picnic in total seclusion on pristine powder white islands.
Renowned for the untouched 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 primordial tribes, kayak around virgin coastlines and discover dive sites famed for having the most species recorded in one spot. Raja Ampat translates as the ‘Four Kings’ and is located off the northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea. This region embraces over 1500 small islands surrounding the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta, and Waigeo.
Prana by Atzaró is a beautiful hand-built boat, the biggest and most luxurious of its kind in the world. At just over 55 metres in length and 11 metres wide, Prana by Atzaró has been crafted in the style of a traditional Indonesian Phinisi, a sailboat with two masts. It is built entirely of ironwood and teak, according to traditional methods and has been created by the founders of Atzaró Group, the famous luxury international hotel, restaurant, residence and hospitality brand.
Other Prana by Atzaró Destinations
Komodo National Park
Get up close and personal with 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 big islands form 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 kilometers of protected wildlife including roughly 5,700 Komodo dragons as well as wild boar, water buffalos, deer, horses, snakes, monkeys and the magnificent marine life under the waves.
The Spice Islands
The Spice islands or Banda islands or Maluku islands Indonesia are an east Indonesian archipelago comprising two provinces, Maluku and North Maluku. They’re known for their volcanoes and palm-lined beaches. Gasp at the rich colonial architecture of Banda Besar, hike Mount Api, race the locals in their boats, spot whales and dolphins and dive pristine coral reefs thronging with marine life. The Spice islands region of Indonesia is the stuff of legend and features in many traditional and modern books, stories and songs. There are perfect sunrises in front of the volcano and mellow sunsets with cocktails served on snowy white beaches framed by untouched rainforest. There are as many enchantments below the water as there are above and vast shelves of coral plummet into the deep blue ocean providing one of the most biodiverse seascapes in the world.