Pixel

30m | 4 CABINS | 4 CREW
Pixel is a beautifully-maintained 30-meter Cheoy Lee motor yacht; a sleek, stylish alternative to the wooden hulled sail yachts more common in Indonesia.

The Pleasure Craft

With four cabins, she is suitable for all types of social gatherings, from lively parties to intimate cocktail soirees, or spending the day at a private sandbar, making Pixel an ideal choice for private groups looking for carefree R&R and spontaneous island getaways.

Double Master Cabins

Pixel features two spacious master cabins; one on the main deck and one below deck. Both are centered around king-size beds with private ensuite facilities and entertainment centers. All cabins are air-conditioned and outfitted with sumptuous designer fabrics, teak furniture and paneling. Two slightly smaller cabins can be found on the lower deck; one with a queen-size berth and the other with two twin beds plus a Pullman berth. Pixel’s accommodations allow for a variety of guest configurations, making her a comfortable option for as few as two up to eight guests.
 

Cocktails & Seabreezes

The boat’s flybridge lounge area and spacious forward deck are the perfect places for sunbathing, cocktails and conversation throughout the day. When the sun goes down and into the night, this open air space offer 360 degree views under the stars. Pixel’s teak mezzanine deck leading to the carpeted indoor salon is made for communal relaxation and indulgence. This configuration allows for guests to enjoy the day lounging together on the main deck either al fresco or amid air-conditioned comfort in the shade.
 

Design Your Own Adventures

Pixel’s itinerary is entirely down to your vision; there is no such thing as a typical day onboard. The only thing that is guaranteed is the hours of relaxation between the destinations and activities of your choice. Based in Komodo National Park, Pixel’s specialty is picture-perfect picnics, anchoring in crystal clear waters off white sand beaches, abundant snorkeling opportunities, and of course, close encounters with Komodo dragons. Pixel’s twin Caterpillar engines enable a maximum speed of 19 knots, meaning she can zip between islands in the Komodo archipelago, maximizing the amount of jaw-dropping sites guests get to visit while cruising this incredible region.


Fun & Activities

Pixel is equipped with waterskis, wakeboards, and snorkel gear to make the most of the fun that can be had in Komodo’s waters, backdropped against the stunning scenery. For outside the national park, Pixel has fishing gear onboard. Pixel’s signature end to a charter is sunset cocktails around a beach bonfire – the ideal way to wrap up an amazing trip made of days spent playing on the water, viewing amazing underwater wildlife, and getting up close to dragons.

Seasons

General seasons, subject to change, repositioning fees may apply
Year Round
Bali & Komodo National Park
USD $ 3,850 / night*
*Rates subject to 10% VAT

INCLUSIONS

  • All meals and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Airport transfers to and from port
  • Service of the crew
  • Activities and use of all water sports equipment
  • Diving for certified divers

EXCLUSIONS

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • National park fees
  • PADI dive certification courses
  • Dive equipment
  • Dive insurance
  • Trip cancellation insurance
  • Medical and evacuation insurance
  • Repositioning fees
  • Crew gratuities

Specification

General Information

Year:

1999 refit 2016

Length:

30m (98ft)

Guests:

up to 8

Beam:

6m (20ft)

Cabins:

4 (2 masters, 1 double, 1 twin)

Draft:

2m (6.5ft)

Crew:

4

Cruising Speed:

10 knots


Water Sports

Tender 1:

RIB

Dive Shop:

Assorted equipment for 8


Your Private Charter on Pixel

Pixel is a four cabin motoryacht refit in 2016. Pixel cruises between Bali and Komodo, ideal for short charters to explore the beutiful islands from the comfort of the yacht.

Please get in touch to discuss planning the ultimate itinerary on Pixel.



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