Chances are you’ve never seen a sailing superyacht quite like Dunia Baru. Delivered last year, Dunia Baru is styled like a traditional all-wood Indonesian vessel called a phinisi. These two-masted vessels are used frequently for transporting cargo and even fishing. As for Dunia Baru, she was purpose-built for luxury. That’s why you’ll see intricate wood carvings, eye-catching paneling and soles, and more onboard.
Despite her design heritage, the 167-foot (51-meter) megayacht was commissioned by an American. He wanted his family to enjoy true adventures together. Dunia Baru offers just that to charter guests, too, year-round in Indonesian waters. She’s among the few megayachts available there for this purpose.
Dunia Baru frequents Komodo National Park and Raja Ampat, two of Indonesia’s most popular and pristine regions. A total of 14 guests can enjoy snorkeling, diving, kayaking, and of course zipping around on PWCs. Check out these and other activities in the video. And, contact your preferred charter broker to book your holiday onboard, starting at $77,000 per week.