MUTIARA LAUT

LOA: 46 m / 151 ft

Guests: 14     Crew: 15

Superb Dutch Engineering

 

Mutiara Laut is a masterful creation fusing the seafaring capabilities of an 18th century North Atlantic schooner with the heart of an Indonesian phinisi. The streamlined ironwood hull, tall masts and massive sails contribute to upwind performance unlike any other vessel of her size.

Mutiara Laut’s design is a harmonious fusion of Asian and classic European craftsmanship paying homage to old world charm. The sumptuous styling contributes to the feeling of a classic, floating hotel ready to explore the ends of the Earth.

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The Cabins

 

MASTER SUITE

The full beam master suite opens to a private deck aft. Tastefully decorated with Asian accents, it features a king berth, desk and seating area, ideal for extended passages at sea. Walk-in wardrobes provide abnormally generous storage space.

SIX GUEST CABINS

Each of the six ensuite cabins features 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 cabins are equipped with entertainment systems, abundant storage and ample shelving.

Watch the Mutiara Laut Video

Mutiara Laut is impressive at anchor but truly shines with wind beneath her seven sails

 

Crew

 

Mutiara Laut’s experienced and friendly crew are what make the difference between a satisfactory charter and falling in love with sailing in Indonesia. To hoist the 850 square meters of sails requires working in sync. Each crew member is proficient in his own field but when you see them in action, you will feel part of a special team.

Captain Andi has been with Mutiara Laut since she was launched in 2010. He is of the Bugis ethnic group, legendary for their maritime culture. Captain Andi has continued his family tradition of sailing throughout Asia for the better part of two decades.

Arifin, the cruise director, has been also been sailing the Indonesian archipelago for more than 20 years. His intricate relationships in places less traveled including Papua is an extraordinary asset to guests looking for unique experiences.

Anis, the chief officer is from Lembata, where traditional subsistence whaling on oar-powered boats is still practiced. He has the widest smile of the crew and can frequently be seen entertaining guests on deck with a guitar around his neck.

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History

 

Mutiara Laut’s story is that of the journey of a remarkable man and his life experience as a yacht builder. Leendert Philippus Van Oostenbrugg, Leo for short, translated every part of his love for the ocean and sailing into Mutiara Laut, which was to be his final yacht and masterpiece.

Having traveled the planet six times over as a captain, Leo started a shipyard in Holland creating magnificent yachts for people who shared a similar vision for life – to explore the world in hope of discovering their true selves. After a successful career Leo retired in Bali only to realize that he wasn’t quite ready to slow down.

While cruising through the Indonesian Archipelago Leo was inspired to fulfill his last wish and set out to combine the sum of his life’s sailing experience with a custom ironwood hull from Kalimantan. Leo lived to see Mutiara Laut under sail and sadly passed away shortly after. His memory lives on each time she heads upwind.

There is no replacement for the feeling onboard a wooden sailing yacht blending in with the archipelago. This was Leo’s vision – the fusion of master craftsmanship on the ocean with wind in the sails, traveling to far away islands. Sailing Mutiara Laut in Indonesian waters is unlike any other experience on Earth.

General Specifications

Name: Mutiara Laut (Pearl of the Sea)
Type: Schooner
Propulsion: Diesel Power & Sail Auxiliary
Flag: Indonesia
Year: 2009/2010
Length overall: 46 m / 151 ft
Length on deck: 39.6 m / 130 ft
Beam: 9.3 m / 30.5 ft
Draft: 3.2m / 10.5 ft
Gross: 252 TS
Ballast: 30,000 kg
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Accommodations

Guests: 14
Cabins: 7 (6 double staterooms and 1 master suite)
Crew: 15
Master cabin Bed 205 x 180
Cabin no. 1 & 2 Bed 205 x 175
Cabin no. 3 & 4 Bed 205 x 175
Cabin no. 5 & 6 Bed 205 x 165
Extra beds: 4 units for children
Staterooms TVs: 32″ LED flat screen TVs + DVD in staterooms
Music Bose system inside and outside
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Performance

Max speed:  Current record at 17 kts with sails
Cruising speed:  Consistent 7-9 kts with sails. Motor cruising 9 kts
Range:  1,400 nm with engine alone
Fuel capacity 13,700 L
Water capacity 7,000 L
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine: Yanmar 6 AYM-ETE
Power: 485 kw
Rigging type: 2 x aluminium gaff
Sails: 7 sails, 850m2 total surface area
Mast: 2x 32m steel above deck
Boom: 2x 12/15m aluminium

Equipment

Generator: 1 x Cummin Onan 22 KVA
1 x Cummin Onan 40 KVA + Hydropack
1 x Cummin Onan 60 KVA + Hydropack
Electrical system: 220 Volt, 50 Hertz (European-style two pin round contacts)
Water maker: 1.8 tons per hour with UV sterilization
2 ice makers
Laundry: 1 washing machine and dryer
Air conditioning: 2 x Airco condensors: 83,500 BTU each
Total capacity 160,000 BTU
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Construction

Method: Carvel plank on frame
Hull type: Displacement
Hull material: Ironwood (eusideroxylon zwageri)
Deck material: Teak
Decks NB: 3
Hull: Designed by D. Zaal built in Kalimantan
Interior: Niels Van Oostenbrugge
Overall Builder: Leendert Philippus Van Oostenbrugge
Electro: P. Bakker
Rigging: P. Bosgraaf
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Communications

Radar: Furuno Navnet 3D / Scanner DRS 4 H
VHF: Furuno FS 2570
Chartplotter: C Maps / Monitor Navnet 3D
Navtex: Furuno NX 300
Sat phone: 1x Immarsat Sailor 250
Morse: 2x Kobelt
 
 
 
 
 

Dive Shop

Compressors: 2x Air compressors CAT 9
1x Nitrox compressor Atlas Copco 6 x 7
Tanks: 20x tanks
BCDs:  14 BCDs assorted sizes
Regulators:  14x
Other: Assortment of wetsuits, masks, fins, weights
 
 
 
 
 

Tenders & Toys

1  8 meter RIB with 150 hp Suzuki 4-stroke outboard
2 7.5 meter RIB with 90 hp Suzuki 4-stroke outboard
3  2x SUP
4  1x donut
5  Water skis
 
 
 
 
 
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