Indonesia yacht charter

Indonesia is the world's last unspoilt paradise, with 17,000 islands across 5,000km between the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

At the heart of the Coral Triangle, Indonesia has over 3,000 fish species and 600 coral species, where dive sites offer coral, steep walls, deep water trenches, wrecks and underwater volcanoes. Raja Ampat has mountains cloaked with tropical jungle and other-worldly diving. To the west, Komodo's UNESCO Biosphere Reserve is home to the eponymous dragon, the world's largest lizard. Hike to see wild boar, deer and tropical birds then relax on the famous pink sand beach, Pantai Merah.

  • Best time to visit
    May - September & September - April
  • Getting there
    Sorong Domine Eduard Osok Airport and more
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Best time to visit

Komodo Region:
May - September

Raja Ampat Region:
September - April

Getting there

Sorong Domine Eduard Osok Airport
Bali International Airport
Labuan Bajo Airport

Explore Indonesia

Patio Colonial
At the Plataran Borobudur Resort & Spa, modern international twists on local dishes are served either in the formal dining room or out on the terrace with views of the temple.
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Gianyar Street Night Market, Bali
Expect a visceral experience immersed in the sights, sounds and smells of traditional Balinese street food. Browse the stalls and try something different.
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Built in the 8th century, the world's largest Buddhist temple was lost for centuries as the population fled volcanoes. It was rediscovered in the 19th century and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit at dawn.
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Komodo National Park
No visit to Komodo is complete without an encounter with the Jurassic throwback that is the Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard. Visit the UNESCO-listed National Park.
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Anak Krakatau, Sunda Strait
Krakatau's eruption in 1883 was the world's most violent and its effects were felt around the globe. Anak Krakatau, or Child of Krakatau, emerged in the resulting caldera in 1927 and continues to be active.
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Wayag Lagoon
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Kabui Bay, Raja Ampat
Between Gam and Waigeo Islands, Kabui Bay is home to some spectacular limestone karst formations rising vertically from the bay and cloaked with tropical vegetation, colourful birdlife, mangrove forests and small sandy beaches to explore by kayak and paddleboard.
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Pantai Merah
This is one of fewer than 10 pink beaches in the world. It owes its delicate hue to foraminifera, tiny red organisms that become washed out of their coral habitat and onto the beach.
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Padar Island
Padar Island has a famous, if short, hike to the viewpoint for one of the most photographed views in Indonesia. It’s challenging to reach but you’ll enjoy the view all the more when you get there.
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Banta Island, Komodo
Just outside the National Park borders, Banta has many deep bays and arcing sand beaches with very good diving and snorkelling. Swim with giant turtles and manta rays or grill fresh fish on a sunset beach BBQ.
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Linta Strait, Indonesia
A fantastic spot for snorkel safaris and drift diving, where nutrient-rich waters from the Indian Ocean meet the Flores Sea. Oceanic manta ray, giant trevally and big schools of barracuda are regularly sighted here.
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Loh Buaya, Komodo
Here you’ll find the largest population of Komodo dragons anywhere in these islands. Stroll alongside these prehistorical animals, the world’s largest lizards.
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Pulau Padar, Komodo
Padar Island has a famous, if short, hike to the viewpoint for one of the most photographed views in Indonesia. It’s challenging to reach but you’ll enjoy the view all the more when you get there.
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Pantai Merah, Komodo
This is one of fewer than 10 pink beaches in the world. It owes its delicate hue to foraminifera, tiny red organisms that become washed out of their coral habitat and onto the beach.
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Penemu Island, Raja Ampat
A collection of dive sites west of Waigeo Island, the best known of which is Melissa’s Garden, a coral garden with schools of colourful fish. Takat Penemu is a submerged seamount with more coral gardens, fish and remarkable wobbegong sharks.
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Blue Magic, Dampier Strait
A wonderfully vibrant reef between Kri and Waisai Islands, running from 8-30m in depth and a place where divers can see pelagics including jackfish above the reef, tuna and manta out in the blue, reef sharks gliding about, then trevally, snapper and wrasse as you descend. Magic indeed!
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Pulau Satonda, West Nusa
A volcanic caldera with a saltwater lake is an intriguing place to go kayaking and paddleboarding. Settle in for a beach BBQ and you can marvel at the thousands of fruit bats flitting overhead after dark.
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Manta Sandy, Gam Island, Raja Ampat
In the plankton-rich waters between Airborek and Mansuar Islands are reefs and bommies rising close to the surface, making them the perfect place for graceful oceanic manta rays to rid themselves of parasites thanks to the cleaner wrasse.
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Misool Resort Spa, Raja Ampat
Enjoy a selection of treatments using a selection of organic natural ingredients, all of food standard, freshly made each morning in the spa’s kitchen.
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Alyui Bay, Waigeo Island
A large, well-sheltered bay to the northwest of the island with mangrove forests, secluded channels and limestone cliffs. There’s some fantastic snorkelling and diving too, which a huge diversity of corals and marine life.
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Amanwana Spa, Moyo
Treatments for singles or couples include a purifying massage with juniper berry, rose geranium, raw honey and pearl. Or choose the Javanese Lulur treatment which begins with a one-hour massage followed by a white rice and turmeric herbal body scrub, then honey yoghurt before a herbal bath with lime, lemongrass, cinnamon, ginger.
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Four Kings, Raja Ampat
To the northeast of Misool Island, this dive site is popular with marine photographers due to its fantastic light and visibility. Four rocks, the ‘Kings’, rise to between 5-30m. Trevally patrol schools of glassfish and barracuda rise from the depths to hunt.
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Gili Lawalaut, Komodo
An island famous for its iconic hill-top views of Komodo, Gili Lawalaut features long beaches and shallow reefs for exploring by kayak. Three of the region’s best dive sites promise schools of big fish, reef sharks and tuna.
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Yachts available for charter in Indonesia

This is a small selection of the luxury yachts available to charter in Indonesia. Please contact your Burgess broker for a personalised selection.

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New to charter?

Whether you are looking for a 70m motor yacht to cruise the Caribbean or have your heart set on an adrenaline-fuelled sailing experience, we are on hand to guide you every step of the way.
Frequently asked questions
The charter agreement
After the availability of your chosen yacht has been verified, you will receive a standard MYBA Charter Agreement for signature. If your chosen cruising itenerary necessitates embarking or disembarking from a point other than your yacht’s home port, positioning charges (delivery/ redelivery fees) may be required. These charges, if applicable, will be confirmed in advance and affirmed in the Charter Agreement, together with any taxes that may apply.
Payment terms
A deposit of 50 per cent of the total charter fee is payable by bank transfer immediately on signature of the MYBA Charter Agreement. The remaining 50 per cent, plus an Advance Provisioning Allowance, together with any taxes, delivery/redelivery fees and any additionally agreed charges, is payable by bank transfer five weeks before the commencement of the charter.
Operating expenses

The Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) is due at the time of the final charter payment. Under MYBA terms, this sum is usually equivalent to 30 per cent of the total charter fee, but may be up to 40 per cent in some cases.

Intended to cover the operating expenses of a charter as explained under Charter Terms, such as fuel, food, drinks, port fees and ad hoc incidentals, the APA will be given to the captain before the start of your charter. The Captain will ensure that the yacht is fully fuelled and provisioned when you step on board. While an up-to-date summary of accounts can be requested at any time during your charter, a full set of accounts will normally be submitted by your captain at the end of the cruise. If, during the charter, the expenditure exceeds the sum already paid, additional cash funds will be required at once.

All outstanding bills from the yacht charter should be settled in cash or by bank transfer before your final disembarkation. Of course, any remaining credit at the end of your charter will be reimbursed to you in full. On request, transfer arrangements to and from the yacht can be made by Burgess or by the yacht’s captain, payment for which will be deducted from your APA.

Every detail counts
Several weeks before you board your yacht, Burgess will ask you to complete a detailed questionnaire describing the preferences and special needs of all the members of your party, such as dietary or medial requirements, details of any allergies, and your sporting or entertainment requests. This will enable Burgess and the crew of your chosen charter yacht to ensure that everything possible is done to make your charter a fabulous experience.

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Charter a luxury yacht with Burgess. We are trusted for our expertise, and it is the first-hand insights of our charter brokers that raise the bar. Our collective knowledge serves to make your superyacht charter experience exceptional. Explore our stunning collection of luxury yachts for rent or hire and speak to our experts about chartering a private yacht to your dream destination.

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Every charter yacht in the Burgess fleet is unique, from interior design and on board facilities, to watertoys and impeccable service. We rigorously inspect every yacht to ensure that when you find your ideal match, it exceeds every expectation.

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A superyacht charter offers life-affirming adventure and little can compare to a tailor-made experience orchestrated by your Burgess broker. By accommodating both your preferences and requirements, no detail is left to chance.

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Burgess charter brokers are involved well beyond the booking stage. We share our intelligence on the best itineraries to suit you, organise private jet transfers, on board celebrations, luxury boat hire, restaurant bookings, spa treatments, fitness instruction and more.

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