On board the 58 metre expedition yacht Salila

Northrop and Johnson has recently added the stunning expedition yacht Salila to its central agency charter fleet. Salila is the first charter superyacht designed specifically for Indonesia to take guests in absolute luxury to this unique and stunning archipelago which includes the most dynamic and varied marine life on the planet.

The yacht operates across all areas of this unique country and can include diving at the best dive sites on the planet and extensive land based activities including volcanoes, Komodo Dragons and remote traditional villages in areas rarely visited by outsiders.

Simon Turner, director of Northrop and Johnson, commented "We are absolutely delighted to add such a unique vessel to our charter yacht fleet. Not only is the yacht unique, but the incredible locations it takes it guests. We are absolutely certain of the quality of this yacht and its crew since we took the whole of the Northrop and Johnson Asia team aboard for a recent cruise to the Komodo Islands where we had a simply wonderful experience. Guests will be really surprised by the high quality interior and beautiful design."

The 58 metre Salila is able to accommodate 20 guests in 10 cabins including 2 super luxury master suites with baths and sea views. With a massive 5 split level decks the yacht has endless relaxation areas including a huge sun deck with Jacuzzi. Below decks provide extensive sun protection and guests will always be able to find a quiet corner. The interior includes a large dining area, library, study and lounge.

The yacht offers a variety of water sports activities including diving, 3 tenders, kayaks and bicycles for land based exploration.

The 20 strong experienced crew tender to guests' every need and catering can include a mix of superb local Indonesian cuisine and high standard western options.

Salila will be available starting at $ 105,000 per week.

Northrop & Johnson
Simon Turner
+65 9189 4067
[email protected]



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