MSY Mutiara Laut

Written by on November 19, 2010 in Nusatenggara Cruising, Papua Cruising with 0 Comments

Bali-Komodo – Raja Empat – Ambon-Banda

Schooner MSY Mutiara Laut

The Schooner Mutiara Laut is under construction since March 2008
on the end of this year she will sail to Serangan Bali and there it will be finished.
Beginning 2010 she will be operational.

Boat registration Bali Indonesia

Building material Ironwood (Ulin)

Length overall 47 meters

Length waterline 35 meters

Beam 9.40 meters

Draft 3,1 meters

Motor Yanmar 6AYM-ETE 610 KW

Generators 2 Cummins-Onan 65 KW

Air-conditioning All cabins

Passengers 14 persons

Masts 2

Mainsail 1

Fore-sails 3

Mizzen 1

Topsails 2

Sail surface 850 m2

Displacement Ca 290 metric ton

The three decks harbour spacious cabins designed with safety, comfort and privacy as a priority. The roomy VIP cabin on the main deck has a spectacular view and is a real treat for a honeymoon or romantic getaway. There are six staterooms on the lower deck each with en-suite bathroom, study and luxury sofa. All are fully air-conditioned with internet-connected pc.

The large, 60 sq meters open deck area is custom-made for leisure-time where you can sunbathe or relax with a book on the extra-large day-beds or sit down with friends at the informally placed tables for a bite to eat or a sundowner. The main deck saloon and dining room offers all possible amenities for meetings or formal dining and comes complete with all the necessary media facilities for presentations or entertainment events. The spacious galley contains all the trimmings befitting a five-star restaurant where the two top chefs’ cater to your every whim. See our cuisine page

Pilothouse & Captains Cabin: State of the art navigation equipment ensures the safety of guests and the crew. Accessible ?wings? on the bridge make for excellent visibility. Photos coming soon…

Saloon and Dining room: The 36sq meter saloon consists of a lounge and ?briefing area? and an intimate dining room that seat 14 people at exotic, finely-carved wooden tables. A stately midship stairway with hand-crafted pillars and sweeping, exquisitely sculpted hand rails, leads to the staterooms on the lower deck. The saloon is fully air-conditioned and equipped with a large LCD TV, library and lounge area.
Photos coming soon…

VIP stateroom: It contains a king-sized berth, elegant desk, big comfortable sofa and fully-stocked bookshelves. Walk-in wardrobes provide more than enough storage for long passages at sea. Photos coming soon…

Guest Staterooms: One would easily be forgiven for mistaking the guest suites for the VIP stateroom itself. Self contained with its own en-suite head compartment, a comfortable sofa and abundant storage space, it also has ample shelving and hutches with plenty of reading material for long voyages. There are six guest cabins; four doubles and two twin- beds. The four double cabins each contain a settee that converts into an extra single bed while the single beds in the two forward cabins can be converted into double beds. The rooms are carefully designed – all with sofas, dressing tables and en-suite facilities – but each with subtle individual interior variations. All of the state rooms are larger than traditional liveaboard rooms. Photos coming soon…

Cabins: All berths in the cabins are positioned in the length of the yacht’s axe for extra comfort. Large portholes fill the units with light and increase visibility at sea. All cabins are fully air-conditioned and come equipped with en- suite bathrooms, ample locker space, double berths with a separate setee that converts into a third berth, as well as a study corner with a desk and internet-connected pc. Photos coming soon…

For the Progress in the construction, look at:

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