El Aleph was built as an owner’s luxury yacht – not as a commercial yacht charter operation, however we are delighted to offer a half-dozen luxury charters each year to the discerning few (the yacht is used by the owner and his family – keen divers and naturalists all – for much of the remainder of the year)
From the polished wood finish – more reminiscent of a fine guitar than a phinisi schooner – to the-state-of-the-art electronics and navigation suites, no expense has been spared in providing the ultimate in relaxed, luxury charter. Many of our sailors have been aboard since our launch almost a decade ago; El Aleph is considered a prime berthing among Indonesian sea-farers and our crew forms one big, happy family – you will feel it as soon as you step aboard.
A symphony in 100-year old tropical hardwoods – her teak finishes more reminiscent of a fine guitar than of a ship – no detail has been left to chance in ensuring your comfort, safety and enjoyment for luxury charters in Komodo, Raja Ampat, Alor, Bali, Sulawesi and the more than 17,000 islands of the mythical Indonesian archipelago.
El Aleph offers you the opportunity to soak up the rich and diverse Indonesian and South East Asian cultures while enjoying the finest in Asian refinement and luxury.
Even guests who have “seen it all” are amazed by the richness and diversity of the Indonesian archipelago seascapes – one of the last truly unspoiled cruising grounds on earth.
El Aleph was purpose-built for exploring the remote and legendary Raja Ampat, a naturalist’s paradise – home to 70% of all known hard corals and no fewer than 1320 species of fish, along with the world’s most extraordinary profusion of bird life. It is now available for a limited number of luxury charters each year.