Sailing around the islands of eastern Indonesia, Alexa is a picture of grace and opulence. Designed for two, this romantic escape is one of the most exclusive yachting experiences on the planet.

Previously a Phinisi cargo yacht carrying spices between the islands of Indonesia, today the 31m Alexa is the most luxurious charter yacht in Indonesia, sailing to Flores, Komodo, Raja Ampat, Sumbawa, Sulawesi and more. Undeniably chic all in white, she is built from aged teak wood and beautifully adorned with antique art, silk rugs, crystal glasses - a vision of decadence.

Ultimate privacy is key here. When chartering Alexa, enjoy a master cabin with a private balcony, spacious decks and plenty of places to recline and look out to sea. She comes complete with an exceptional crew of seven including a cruise director, private chef, spa therapist and dive guide whose knowledge of the area is outstanding.

The private chef prides himself on his seafood specialities. Inspired by the best international cuisine, he delights in fulfilling your every culinary wish, even orchestrating seafood barbeques on pristine white beaches complete with antique rugs and a bonfire.

The on-board Dive instructor has scoured the ocean for the best dive sites and his marine life knowledge is extraordinary. Explore the thriving life in virgin coral reef rarely explored by other visitors whilst using the best diving equipment. On land, embark on adventures to remote islands, tribal villages, remote waterfalls and turtle beaches. Then return to a pampering session with an award-winning spa therapist.

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In the evenings, relax with candlelit dinners on uninhabited islands and enjoy starlit slumbers on the deck bed.

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Jacqui and Tom are our 'Alexa' experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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