MANTA MAE

LOA: 31 m / 102 ft

Guests: 8     Crew: 8

An Indonesian Phinisi with Exotic Flair

 

Manta Mae’s 31-m silhouette follows traditional phinisi lines, capturing the spirit of The Great Age of Sail that never quite ended in Indonesia.

Her interior is adorned with unique coral sand shell mosaics, panels of fossilized woods and quartz from Madagascar, creating an opulent ambiance for re-tracing the ancient Spice Trade routes.

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The Cabins

 

Manta Mae’s three ensuite cabins are all equipped with independent air conditioning systems and 220 volt plugs.

The full-beam master cabin is features a king bed in the center, with a secondary bed starboard. Two spectacular queen cabins have alternative layouts with additional single beds perfect for siblings or friends sharing a cabin.

Dining and Lounge Facilities

 

Manta Mae’s main deck was designed with lounging and sunbathing in mind. The large and comfortable seating area is the perfect spot to enjoy sailing past the archipelago’s beautiful scenery.

In between diving and shore activities, the large lounge area is ideal for relaxing under the shade of Manta Mae’s red sails. At meal times, the oblong dining table is the natural place for groups to come together to enjoy al-fresco meals under the stars.

The upper deck in front of the wheelhouse provides additional space for sunbathing, reading, massages or napping in the hammocks whilst the main salon is the perfect place for indoor cocktails.

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Diving Indonesia’s Far Reaching Islands

 

Manta Mae’s two onboard PADI Divemasters bring guests to explore the mind-blowing diversity of Indonesia’s underwater treasures from Komodo to Raja Ampat. When the winds change, Manta Mae also offers repositioning charters between East Nusa Tenggara and the Spice Islands, crossing the Banda Sea.

Manta Mae is equipped with two Bauer Marine compressors with an option for Nitrox diving and 30 AmScud tanks. There are two RIBs for exploring enchanting underwater worlds with the Divemasters or venturing onshore countless islands to experience diverse cultures.

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Liveaboard Cabins or Private Charters

 

Manta Mae’s schedule follows favorable weather patterns dictated by the wind. From April to September, she sails the clear waters of Komodo National Park. When the winds pick up and the monsoon season arrives, she’ll head east. Manta Mae sails Raja Ampat’s emerald waters from October to March.

Tailor-made cruises are available throughout the year combining activities such as diving, snorkeling, kayaking, jet skiing, water skiing, experiencing ancient cultures and trekking in remote wilderness.

Manta Mae is adventure ready for private charters and also offers scheduled cabin itineraries, perfect for single travelers, couples or smaller groups to enjoy the feeling of a semi-private charter.

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