Meet Leyla Yacht, a 33 meter classic phinisi yacht liveaboard built to suit those who wish to travel the Indonesian Archipelago in style and comfort. Newly crafted on the beaches of South Sulawesi by expert hands, she first launched in late 2018 where she had her maiden voyage to Raja Ampat. She is perfect for large groups, as she can accommodate up to 10 guests in 4 spacious cabins. Leyla’s open layout and design is traditional, yet features modern touches. From the locally sourced tropical wood throughout the vessel to the ambient lighting complimenting the tastefully curated art pieces, Leyla emanates a tranquil simplicity perfect for sailing Komodo National Park, Banda Islands, Raja Ampat and beyond.
Leyla’s spacious open concept design makes it easy to take in the endless scenery and find numerous corners and spots to lounge and relax in. With an indoor lounge, an entertainment system, a library, open dining area, open sun deck, she is well prepared to host guests who are ready for comfort and adventure. Comfortable furniture, ambient lighting and neutral tones are found throughout the yacht, all with traditional Indonesian flair. This cruising yacht is thoroughly equipped for snorkeling and diving and ready to greet hungry guests with top dining. Leyla’s kitchen staff takes pride in offering a unique and wholesome menu on the Indonesian seas featuring fresh ingredients. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and non-dairy lifestyles can be catered to on request as well. Her crew of 7 includes an experienced Indonesian captain, a western cruise director, a dedicated dive master and a wonderful chef.
Ideal for a private charter of friends or family, Leyla can comfortably host up to 10 guests in her 4 ensuite cabins. Each cabin has a queen-sized bed with one or two additional side beds – perfect for cruising with kids. These guest rooms are modern and contemporary, featuring air conditioning, fresh linens, complimentary organic toiletries and promoting a restful recovery from the day’s adventures with tranquil lighting and subtle yet impressive local textiles.
Fully equipped for diving, Leyla caters to those who wish to discover the underwater wonders. Diving Indonesia is unique because of its sheer abundance and enduring vitality. Witness more fish than you could have imagined, drift through walls of sponge, sea fans and endless coral. Journey with Leyla as she guides divers into some of the most beautiful places in the world, both above and below the surface. Dive world class dive site in Raja Ampat, Komodo National Park and oceans in between and witness marine life only dreamt of.