They said that once you light a fire an adventure in your soul, the sparks would never go out. For those whose souls are constantly seeking for adventures, this Indonesia’s breathtaking ‘Lost World’ island would certainly awe them. It’s the Komodo National Park, home of the last of dragons on earth, incredibly rich marine ecosystem, and dozens of emerging jagged islands that seems like cropped out straight from the Jurassic Park. With more than 20 islands and dive sites to explore within the national park, cruising is an obvious choice to see the Komodo’s undulating peaks and coral gardens. And for you who want to get a taste of wildlife beauty in Komodo without leaving creature comfort, let’s take a peek into Komodo yacht charter, one of the luxurious cruise line that you can book in this frontier.
Oceanfront Cabins with Private Balcony
Essentially, all cabins in liveaboard are oceanfront—you can choose even the cheapest cabins and still get to see the sea through your porthole. Komodo yacht charter, however, offers probably the best lodging to enjoy the cruising trip. On top of cabin classes would be the Master suite, mostly built with wraparound windows, King size bed with fresh linens facing the ocean, and private balcony to enjoy some quiet time.
Some people might say that luxurious cabins are not of much value, since “you won’t spend much time inside anyway”. But we still think that the oceanfront master cabins totally worth the splurge. It’s a great way to thank yourself for all your hard work—never underestimate the power of waking up with breathtaking view right on your front glass door. Sitting on the master cabin’s balcony with a good read, good drink, and breathe in the sea air brings a great relief to your tangled mind. If you book 7 days trip or more, there would be a day at the sea when all you want is just relaxing in your room, watching movies, or just to get away from anybody—and needless to say, the master cabin would feel much nicer (and private) than inside cabins.
The Grand Suites of Komodo Yacht Charter
The second class are the upper deck cabins; just as luxurious, minus the balcony and 360º windows. You still have quite large side windows, though, where you can enjoy stunning views and the seascape. Some second class suites feature nice sitting area beneath the window, where you can soak up in Komodo’s natural landscape or have some light reading while waiting for the yacht to anchor. Its super king size bed would hug your body with warmth and comfort in an instant.
Third Class Suite
Depend on the storey of Komodo yacht charter, the larger one sometimes have another level of suite on their main deck before going on the insides cabin of the lower deck. If there’s any, the third class suite usually still have large windows on part of of the side. You can still easily store your belongings on their double wardrobe, albeit a little more limited than the previous classes. You can share the queen bed with your travel mate or enjoy it for your own.
The Suites of Lower Deck
One thing to remember; despite of the class and locations, all cabins in Komodo yacht charter are always on par with resort standard—if not better. You could expect same comfort and quality of features on lower deck cabins as the upper level’s. The only difference would be the windows and the size of the rooms. All cabins in luxury cruisers have wall-to-wall carpeting, ensuite bathroom, individually controlled air conditioning, storage space, and televisions.
Now, some cruisers in devote their lower deck to one type of cabins, while other larger cruisers could divide them into several other classes—from suite, deluxe, to standard. Then again, quality of facilities would remain exactly the same despite of room size and bed size difference