Nayara Cruise
Nayara Cruise


Combining centuries of tradition with contemporary ship design, Nayara was designed by an American architect and built by the renowned Konjo boat builder from South Sulawesi. Her sleek hull is designed using locally sourced ironwood and teak for optimum performance and safety. Her stability and maneuverability make her Nayara equally suitable for cruising and traversing the Indonesian coast, capable of reaching remote islands both inside and outside Indonesia. To minimize
Nayara’s environmental impact, the hull is shaped to optimize fuel efficiency at sea and the rigging is suitable for recreational sailing. Single-use plastic is prohibited in all suites and staterooms, and reef-safe customized sunscreen and bath her amenities are provided for your comfort.
To offset the large amount of wood used in the traditional boat-building process, twice the number of trees used in construction was planted in partnership with OneTreePlanted in Borneo, where most of the ironwood was sourced. I was. All teak used in Nayara custom furniture is sourced from sustainably managed forests.

Glimpse of Our Cabins

The fantastic Nayara is a 45m long and 9.3m wide “Phinisi” (Indonesian wooden boat), with 7 decorated cabins that can accommodate 17 people. The boat extensively explores many spectacular dive sites and destinations throughout the year between Komodo, Alor, Banda Neira, and Raja Ampat.

Technical Data

Overall Length

Deck Length



Guest Cabins


Cruising Speed

: 45 m

: 38 m

: 9.3m

: 3.7 m

: 7 Rooms

: 18 People

: 6-8 knots


Fuel Capacity





: Nissan RF8 350Hp

: 2x5500L

: 2 generators, 93kW total power

: 5000L/Day

: 15000L

: 2xBauer air compressors

Safety and Communication

Radar Furuno

AIS Icom M510T

GPS Furuno GP32

Garmin 585plus (EcoSounder)

Navtex Furuno


VHF Radio

MF Radio (SSB Radio)

2 inflatable life rafts 50 person total capacity

6 Life rings

40 life jacket


Fire extinguishers

First Aid Kit

Emergency oxygen

2 dinghies 80hp

Satellite phone

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