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   EXPLORE INDONESIA BY SEA   

Kamma Sail is a family liveaboard passion project developed to share our love of curiosity, quality and tradition.

We’ve built the Kamma Sail liveaboard fleet from selected traditional Indonesian phinisi vessels, re-purposed for luxury liveaboard cruises in Komodo National Park (Flores) & Raja Ampat (Papua) in Indonesia. We offer liveaboard leisure and diver cruise itineraries.

Our essence lies in the passion, people and history behind our brand, and finding inspiration and purpose in our guests’ experiences using them.

     IKAN TERBANG BY KAMMA    

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Ikan Terbang by Kamma Sail is a conscientiously built 18 meters ironwood and teak

wood traditional sail boat designed for liveaboard cruising the Komodo National Park in Flores.

Hand-crafted by Sulawesi most reputable artisans, Ikan Terbang traditional sail boat

architecture has been shaped with all of the innovative and luxurious materials for an unforgettable liveaboard onboard experience.

A voyage with Ikan Terbang by Kamma is an experience of a lifetime, a flexible and affordable approach to 5 stars hospitality with genuine onboard service combined with unparalleled experience, creating unique memories that will last a lifetime.

Trips available: Honeymoon, Leisure, Dive, Yoga

Boat specifications:

Size: 18 meters

Bedroom: 1 double bedrooms airconditionned

Outside area: 2 larges sundeck

Dinning: Dinning room room with a view

Activities: Snorkelling, diving, paddleboard, trekking

Internet: 3G Wifi onboard

Start from: 400$/night per pax

    LA UNUA BY KAMMA    

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La Unua by Kamma Sail is a conscientiously built 25 meters ironwood and teak

wood yacht designed for liveaboard cruising and explore the Komodo National Park in Flores.

Hand-crafted by Sulawesi most reputable phinisi artisans, La Unua traditional phinisi

architecture has been shaped with all of the innovative and luxurious materials for an unforgettable onboard liveaboard experience.

A voyage with La Unua by Kamma is an experience of a lifetime, a flexible and affordable approach to 5 stars hospitality with genuine onboard service combined with unparalleled experience, creating unique memories that will last a lifetime.

Trips available: Honeymoon, Leisure, Dive, Yoga

Boat Specifications:

Size: 28 meters

Bedroom: 3 double bedrooms air-conditioned

Outside area: 3 larges sundeck

Dinning: Large living room with a view

Activities: Snorkelling, diving, paddleboard, trekking

Internet: 3G Wifi onboard

Start from: 340$/night per pax
Komodo Diving

Discover indonesian sea gems

   OUR LIVEABOARD DESTINATIONS   

 
Komodo liveaboard

KOMODO NATIONAL PARK

Raja Ampat liveaboard

RAJA AMPAT

Season: March to December
Season: October to June

Komodo National Park is comprised of 29 different islands with Komodo, Padar, and Rinca being the largest three. The islands all developed from volcanic activity and display as rugged rounded hills reaching heights of 2,411 feet (735 m). Savannah vegetation is the most commonly experienced flora in the island area. On islands that reach over 1,640 feet (500 m), there are cloud forests present. The mangrove forest is common in the coastal areas of the larger islands which offer protected bays.

The islands are also rich in the marine life of the waters surrounding them. Whale sharks, sunfish, rays, seahorses, and octopuses are some of the more popular. Wildlife is limited with deer, boar, and buffalo. However, the leading species is the Komodo dragon which is the world’s largest lizard.

Raja Ampat translates into English as Four Kings. The name comes from a local mythology that tells about a woman who finds seven eggs. Four of the seven eggs hatch and become kings that occupy four of Raja Ampat biggest islands. These are Salawati, Batanta, Waigeo and Misool. Whilst the other three eggs in the mythology become a ghost, a woman, and a stone.

Raja Ampat is a stunning archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands. These host thousands of species some of which are endemic to the region. It’s a relatively new regency which separated from Sorong Regency in 2004. It encompasses more than 40,000 km² of land and sea. This also contains Cenderawasih Bay, the largest marine national park in Indonesia. It is a part of the newly named West Papua (province) of Indonesia which was formerly Irian Jaya.

A wonderlust odyssey...

Dive in indonesia
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Raja ampat reef dive
La Unua sunset
Komodo dragon
Komodo ray manta
Paddle in raja ampat
Raja ampat tribe
Komodo reef dive
Ray manta in Komodo
Komodo deer
 

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