Last updated: 22 September 2020
Over the past months, we have been getting ready to welcome guests on board under the safest possible conditions. Our goal remains to ensure the best personal service for charters and intermediary travel within the most conservative safety parameters.
Recently, this has included staying up-to-date with new government regulations for domestic travel including testing requirements and new safety and social distancing guidelines within national parks.
As a response to COVID-19, we have implemented new protocols on the yachts for the safety of the crews and guests including mandatory crew testing and updated sanitization measures before and during each charter.
We have now successfully completed charters under the new safety protocols within the national parks.
Likewise, we have been flying domestically to gain the necessary experience to understand how to best manage inter-island air travel.
Once borders reopen we will be well prepared to ensure smooth operations for guests to enjoy Indonesia safely.
For any questions requiring a quick response, please contact: email@example.com.
We will be updating this page to provide the most current information on the operating landscape as it evolves.
6 July 2020 – Komodo National Park re-opened under a multi-phase plan, allowing yachts to run charters under new regulations for domestic guests.
15 August 2020 – Komodo National Park entered the second phase of re-opening, allowing all guests, both foreign and domestic, to enter the national park.
22 August 2020 – Raja Ampat entered the first phase of re-opening, allowing domestic visitors to enter the national park.
2021 – Subject to further evaluation by the government, Indonesia is scheduled to open borders to international guests.
Borders may re-open to international tourists in January 2021
Jakarta airport is now operating for international flights
Domestic flights are operating on regular schedules
All passengers must undergo COVID-19 testing in advance
New social distancing guidelines apply
Harbormasters are authorizing yachts clearances
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