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PRANA Yacht à moteur à louer

55 m|18 dans 9 cabine(s)
Prix par semaine à partir de
USD 126 000

Prana is the biggest and most luxurious phinisi yacht in the world with more than 900 sqm of usable space across four beautiful decks and nine elegant suites, offering a unique experience in luxury travel. Prana is a 55 metre two-masted gaff-rigged Phinisi yacht built of ironwood and teak according to traditional methods.

At anchor
Aerial view
Main deck
Foredeck
Main deck dining area
Main deck lounge
Main deck dining area
Detail
Upper deck master suite
Master bathroom en suite
Upper deck Uluwatu double cabin
Lower deck Malaku double cabin
Lower deck Malaku double cabin
Lower deck Flores double cabin
Guest bathroom
Lower deck Komodo double cabin
Cocktails
Masseuse
Beach set-up
Beach set-up
Foredeck
At anchor
  • Accommodate up to 18 guests
  • Panoramic views in Master cabin
  • Exotic locations
  • Scuba diving adventure
  • Traditional Phinisi
  • Knowledgeable local crew
  • Balinese Spa

À propos de PRANA

Description

Prana is the biggest and most luxurious phinisi yacht in the world with more than 900 sqm of usable space across four beautiful decks and nine elegant suites, offering a unique experience in luxury travel. Prana is a 55 metre two-masted gaff-rigged Phinisi yacht built of ironwood and teak according to traditional methods.


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Relax on one of the vast day beds, have a facial in the Oasis Spa, sip a cool sundowner in the air-conditioned lounge, watch a film under the stars or rise early for a yoga class. This includes a Yoga Deck which doubles as a cinema, an Upper Deck with two master suites, and a Lower Deck with 6 suites. Prana Main Deck has inside living, outdoor living, a spa, a water sports deck and the Ambon Suite.

Prana was inspired by the tradition of the Phinisi and the way it has been built in Indonesia for centuries. The Phinisi is a traditional two- masted sailing ship originally crafted by the master seafarers known as the Bugis people in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. These venerable vessels look a little like the Arabian Dhow and were originally used for both transport and cargo, especially to transport the famous spices from the remote Banda islands.

Spécifications & tarifs
Destination en été South East Asia USD 126 000/USD 140 000 par semaine (basse saison / haute saison)
Destination en hiver South East Asia USD 126 000/USD 140 000 par semaine (basse saison / haute saison)
Chantier 2018, Bira, Indonesia
Longueur 55 m
Invités 18
Nb de cabines invités 9
Équipage 21
Largeur 11,3 m
Tirant d'eau 4,5 m
Tonnage brut 411
Vitesse maximale 11 nœuds
Vitesse de croisière 8 nœuds
Consommation de carburant en vitesse de croisière 90 litres par heure
Types de cabines 9 (7 × double, 2 × double / twin)
Moteurs 1 × 890ch Yanmar
Annexes & jeux nautiques

Annexes & jeux nautiques

  • Plateforme gonflable
  • 2 × Kayaks
  • 2 × Planches de stand-up paddle
  • Wakeboard
  • Skis nautiques
  • Plongée sous-marine
  • Pêche
  • Équipement de plongée avec tuba
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Amanwana Spa, Moyo
Treatments for singles or couples include a purifying massage with juniper berry, rose geranium, raw honey and pearl. Or choose the Javanese Lulur treatment which begins with a one-hour massage followed by a white rice and turmeric herbal body scrub, then honey yoghurt before a herbal bath with lime, lemongrass, cinnamon, ginger.
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Four Kings, Raja Ampat
To the northeast of Misool Island, this dive site is popular with marine photographers due to its fantastic light and visibility. Four rocks, the ‘Kings’, rise to between 5-30m. Trevally patrol schools of glassfish and barracuda rise from the depths to hunt.
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Gili Lawalaut, Komodo
An island famous for its iconic hill-top views of Komodo, Gili Lawalaut features long beaches and shallow reefs for exploring by kayak. Three of the region’s best dive sites promise schools of big fish, reef sharks and tuna.
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