Aman Voyages in Indonesia


Navigate new horizons in a hand-crafted phinisi or traditional teak cruiser, surrounded by marine life unique to these waters. Sail the high seas, weave your way among Unesco-protected islands and discover landscapes few are ever privy to.

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Explore the realm of the Komodo dragons, the storied Spice Islands, and the underwater kingdoms of Raja Ampat and the Flores Sea.Climb volcanoes, dive with mantas and bask in rose-hued sunsets from the decks of Aman’s custom-made expedition vessels. Fully staffed and yours to command, each cruiser takes you on a journey to rarely seen wonders, with every detail tailored to personal preference. Satisfy a yearning for adventure with uncomplicated serenity – Aman Voyages are a unique way to experience untouched environments in some of the world’s most captivating destinations.


The Amanwana fleet offers liveaboard adventures through the pristine wilderness and waters of Indonesia’s Komodo National Park: Amanikan, a 32 m cruiser with 3 cabins; and 52 m Amandira with 5 cabins & world-class dive equipment with nitrox.


The charm and intrigue of the Indonesian seas are magnificently brought to life by this 32-metre, custom-built coastal cruiser. With three above-deck cabins, an expansive foredeck with bar for outdoor dining, and world-class diving facilities, Amanikan is equipped for journeys throughout the archipelago.

Amandira, a two-masted sailing ship measuring 52 metres from bow to stern, was handcrafted by the Konjo tribe and launched in 2015. A traditional Phinisi vessel, it combines the ancient romance of the spice trade with cutting-edge contemporary amenities, sailing the vibrant waters of Indonesia, from Amanwana to Komodo National Park and the Raja Ampat islands.


Journey to a secret paradise where nature needs no protection

For five nights or more, voyage between the Indian Ocean and the Flores Sea exploring the Nusa Tenggara island chain – Flores, Sumbawa and Komodo National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site.



Follow the winds of the ancient spice trade to off-the-map lands lost in time

The Spice Islands Expedition is a 10-night adventure through a cluster of seven tiny islands, part of the Moluccas, the fabled Spice Islands in Eastern Indonesia’s vast Banda Sea.


Untouched glories on an odyssey of kings

Take a voyage of five nights or more through one of the world’s most exceptional marine areas. Encompassing over 40,000 square kilometres in the northwest corner of Indonesia’s West Papua province, the waters around these islands are home to magnificent coral reefs and unparalleled marine life. The greatest of the islands – Waigeo, Misool, Salawati and Batanta – give this astonishing region one of its other names: the Four Kings

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Aman Voyages take place only a few times each year, and are timed for the finest weather in each region. Itineraries are flexible and can be adjusted to accommodate changeable weather conditions. Indonesia has a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 27°C (80°F) to 30°C (86°F) year round, although nights can be cooler.

Amanikan and Amandira invite adventurers to explore the Komodo Islands, the Spice Islands and the archipelago of Raja Ampat on a seafaring voyage like no other. These two traditional Indonesian vessels are booked exclusively, and their dedicated crews include a private chef and dive master.

Full feature on Amandira here and Amanikan here.

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