Nautilus Cruises Komodo designs exquisite sailing charters around the Sunda Islands and Flores. Our Komodo Cruises are tailored to fit the preferences, style, budget and timeframe of your group and are suitable for adults and little ones adventurers alike.
Padar and Rinca Island, just a few gems amongst the treasures of Komodo National Park, boast stunning sceneries above and below the surface. Komodo islands offer the perfect playground for photographers, scuba divers, hikers, snorkelers and beach strollers alike.
Whether you are looking to dive or snorkel below the surface or sea kayak, explore nature & culture or simply spend a few days with your family and friends in an extraordinary environment – we are experts in private Luxury Cruises in Komodo and ready to design your escape.
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Luxury Cruises in Komodo have become one of the most sought-after experiences for travelers looking for a remarkable holiday in Indonesia.
Experience the unmistakable nostalgia of traveling back in time on a traditional Indonesian sailing vessel. The wooden Phinisi was used for centuries amongst seafarers and explorers.
The sensation of cruising on one of these yachts harkens back to a time of classical sailing, giving one the feeling of authentic adventure and exhilarating discovery at the same time delivering high standards of comfort, knowledgeable crew and dedicated service.
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We only work with a personally selected of handful of yachts which we believe offer the highest service standards and best facilities.
Our team boasts a combined decades worth experience. We will help you create your customized cruise according to your preferences, budget and interests.
Our curated experiences are tailored to fit groups of families and friends looking for a remarkable luxury escape – a boat trip beyond reach of any “normal holiday” and off the beaten track of run-of-the-mill tourism.
The island name “Flores” is derived from the Portuguese word for “flowers” – and the island and its surrounding formations are indeed blessed with magnificent landscapes of nature, flora and fauna. Flores Island and the Komodo islands are separated by the Flores Sea, and between them lies a string of islets, each is blessed with breathtaking scenery.
The channels between the islands are nutrient rich due to the many current-swept flows in the area and are home to a variety of Marine animals. Graceful Manta Rays are permanent residents in these waters and there is a high chance to encounter these gentle giants throughout the park. Furthermore, Dugongs, Dolphins, a variety of sharks and ray species regularly are spotted in the rich waters of the Komodo National Park.
Whether you like to dive or snorkel, the underwater scenery of Flores offers an array of special encounters.
Not to be over looked, Komodo National Park offers a variety of beaches and bays to explore. Visit Padar and hike to its peak to see an photo-worthy view of its three tri-color shores! Snorkel along a pink beach and take a break to sunbathe on the soft coral-hued grains. Enjoy a romantic beach sunset in the quiet shores of virgin sands or family barbeque snorkeling in between bites!
Of course, another thing that makes cruising with us is our cultural island visits. The relaxed fishing villages are proud to show you a window into their daily lives and offer unique handicrafts to cement your memories.
Even though when cruising Komodo National Park, amazing flora and fauna can be seen just a few meters beneath the surface, making snorkeling an excellent and fulfilling activity. But if you want to go deeper diving opens up another world. With the best diving conditions between March and October, you can look forward to seeing amazing coral life, pelagic fishes like giant trevally, barracuda, and manta rays, black and white tip sharks, sometimes hammerheads and all kinds of rare nudibranchs, sea horses and frog fish.
Just a short hour or so flight from Bali’s International Airport, Labuan Bajo is a port city of Flores and the gateway into Komodo National Park. At the moment reachable, domestic flights are available from both from Jakarta and Bali, but soon it will be open to international flights from Singapore.
Generally, Cruises around Flores are possible all year round but the best weather conditions are April– October.