This newly launched ship takes travelers on multiday voyages between Bali and Komodo National Park.
Seven years after opening a flagship resort in Bali’s Seminyak area, the Trans Hotel Group is branching out into the Indonesian cruise industry with the debut of its own 58-meter vessel. The Trans Luxury Yacht accommodates just 20 guests across two suites and eight standard cabins — the latter evenly split between doubles and twins. All guest quarters feature beds with goose down mattresses and linens made from Egyptian cotton, as well as Acqua di Parma bath amenities and Wi-Fi connectivity. In addition, the 29 square-meter suites are also equipped with a sofa bed, work desk, and bathtub.
This ship will soon be welcoming its first passengers on itineraries of three to eight days sailing from Bali to Komodo National Park via the Flores Sea. Guests can relax in the communal Living Room lounge, which is directly connected to a bar and wine cellar, while groups who have business to attend to have a spacious meeting room to make use of.
An open-air bar on the sun deck serves up cocktails and tapas, while the full board meal plan includes morning and afternoon snacks in the dedicated dining room, on top of beach barbecue specials. Deep relaxation awaits at the on-board spa, where a trained therapist delivers muscle-melting massages. There’s also a rooftop Jacuzzi flanked by sun loungers and daybeds arranged around the ship’s funnel.
Guests aboard The Trans Luxury Yacht can also look forward to a range of outdoor pursuits while cruising the waters of Komodo National Park. These include guided treks to see the world-famous Komodo dragons, diving and snorkeling sessions at coral reefs teeming with tropical fish, and island-hopping in glass-bottom boats. Aside from inflatable flyfish and banana boats, the vessel is stocked with equipment for watersports such as standup paddleboarding, kayaking, and wakeboarding.
For more information, visit transluxuryyacht.com.