Majik

Welcome Majik! This 138 foot traditional Phinisi was completed in 2022 and was designed for explorers and divers seeking to discover the magic of the Indonesia. The Majik provides ample space and comfort for up to 8 guests in 4 luxurious cabins with ensuite-bathrooms. The sundeck on the top deck is the perfect place to relax and admire the stunning views.

Each day, 3 gourmet meals are served, plus there is plenty of snacks, soft drinks, coffee and tea for in-between excursions. The Majik visits remote destinations such as Raja Ampat, the Banda Sea, and Komodo. The boat is equipped with 2 tenders to carry passengers to locations worthy of exploration. The Majik offers a range of activities including scuba diving for all levels (including Nitrox for certified divers), snorkeling, shore excursions, massages, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding. This is the perfect vessels for couples, family and friends who are a mix of divers and non-divers.

Master Deluxe Cabin

The spacious aft cabin on the lower deck offers exclusive access to the swimming platform. It features a sofa allowing a child to sleep with his parents if needed, a large desk, air conditioning, an en-suite large bathroom with hot water, and full toiletries.

Master Cabin

The Master cabin is a copy of the Owner’s Cabin, which is located at the front of the yacht on the lower deck. It features a sofa allowing a child to sleep with his parents if needed, a large desk, air conditioning, an en-suite large bathroom with hot water, and full toiletries.

Deluxe Cabins

The Deluxe Cabins are located on each side of the lower deck. They feature a double bed convertible to twin single beds, AC, ensuite bathrooms with hot water & basic toiletries. If you have a preference for bedding configuration please let us know during the booking process and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Boat Specifications

Year built - 2022
Length - 42 meters
Deck area - 35 meters
Beam - 7.50 meters
Top speed - 10 knots
Cruising speed - 8 knots
Engines - Doosan 360 HP
Max guests - 8 + 2 kids
Number of cabins - 4
Number of bathrooms - 5
Tenders - 2
Water capacity - 5000 liters / day
Fuel capacity - 7 tons

Explore some of the most enchanting destinations Indonesia has to offer. With cruises in Komodo, Raja Ampat, the Banda Sea, the Forgotten Islands and the Ring of Fire, you’re spoiled for choice. Check out some of our carefully-crafted itineraries or let’s work together to design a bespoke cruise just for you.

Komodo Liveaboards 9 Days & 8 Nights

Majik liveaboard is the perfect way to explore this legendary national park, which has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It boasts a plethora of underwater flora and fauna, walking trails up to viewpoints that will take your breath away, as well as the endemic Komodo dragon. Get up close and personal with these mythical creatures, swim with the elegant manta rays and enjoy some of the world’s finest diving at sites such as Castle Rock, Golden Passage and Batu Bolong.


Raja Ampat Liveaboard 12 Days & 11 Nights

Indonesia’s crown jewel, Raja Ampat – the four kings in Indonesian – is a resplendent remote paradise made up of over 1,500 small islands. Kayak through the turquoise waters of this stunning seascape or rejoice in the richest marine biodiversity that you’ll ever get the pleasure of experiencing on this planet. Explore word-renowned dive sites such as Melissa’s Garden, Boo Windows or Air Borek Jetty.


Forgotten Island & Banda Sea Liveaboard 11 Days & 10 Nights

Don’t let the name fool you – cruising this long chain of islands, atolls and active volcanoes promises to be unforgettable. Each island is isolated and home to a unique marine environment where various species thrive in large numbers, from sea birds to schooling fish or even hammerhead sharks. Beyond being an absolutely exceptional destination for diving, the Banda Islands boast a rich history at the heart of the spice trade. For centuries, they were coveted by countless European countries as the sole producer of nutmeg. Dive into the past as you explore the spice plantations, Dutch fortresses and local villages. The liveaboard route includes long stretches of open sea and is therefore very weather-dependent. The best conditions are usually found in September, October & November, and April & May.


Sunda Island & Forgotten Island 11 Days & 10 Nights

A liveaboard is the only way to access this far-flung corner of the world, which as a result is amazingly well-preserved. As one of the first leisure boats to have reached this area, we have made a point of building a relationship based on trust and mutual respect with the inhabitants of these incredibly beautiful villages. Each day, we explore the shores of another active volcano, with its unique environment and cultural customs.The  liveaboard route includes long stretches of open sea and is therefore very weather-dependent. The best conditions are usually found in September, October & November, and April & May.


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