Raja Laut is a classic, timber-built, gaff-rigged schooner. Custom designed for blue water sailing , Raja Laut is registered in Labuan, Malaysia. She has been built to very high standards,with high quality tropical hardwoods and practical well thought-out engineering.
The accommodation below is well appointed, comfortable and laid out for luxury charters, ocean cruising, and living on board for long periods of time. All passenger areas are also fully air-conditioned.
She has 3 double and 3 twin guest cabins each with closet, table, mirror, with ensuite washrooms and showers. 3 cabins have LARGE queen size beds and 3 have bunk beds. Minimum headroom in cabins is 2.05m going up to 2.15m
Centrally located between the cabins below deck is the main saloon which is an open-plan feature of the boat consisting of large settees in a U shape configuration around a coffee table. on the wall a 32″ flat screen tv, dvd player, and by the coffee table is internet access point.
Above deck is a compressor room/ bosun’s locker area. Midship is a flush, spacious open deck area suitable for setting a large dining table, perfect for al-fresco dining, with canopy that can be quickly setup for shade. In keeping with the Baltic trader tradition there is a cargo hatch styled seating area at midship with a skylight providing light to the saloon below. Aft of midship is the main deck house with an access on the port and starboard sides where the dining area comprises two dinner tables able to accommodate 12 diners in total. The galley is separated from the dining area by a breakfast bar and is equipped with modern stove, fridge/freezer and microwave
. The sails and rig are classic and well designed with traditional blocks suited for this size and type of boat. She has pleasing lines above and below the waterline. The deck is laid with double timber plank and the deckhouses are of strong and practical construction. The hull was built in Indonesia yet she is reminiscent of the classic western-built schooners. She would be equally at home amongst the Baltic traders of 19th Century northern Europe, the schooners of the Eastern seaboard of Canada/United States, or the so-called “South Sea” schooners of the Pacific.
VHF, Satellite Inmarsat Fleet, Internet, Radar Furuno, Simrad CX44-E GPS
Full stewardess service, Audio system with 3 interior and 2 exterior speakers, 32" Wall mounted flat screen TV & DVD player
2 x Tenders, 8 Complete dive sets, 30 Sets of masks, fins & snorkels, Wakeboard, Waterskis
Thailand, Borneo, Singapore, Bali, South East Asia, Indian Ocean
€24500 per week