She was built in 2011 and is the first charter super yacht to have been specifically designed to charter in Indonesia. She can provide her charter guests with complete luxury while they cruise to this unique and spectacular archipelago to marvel at some of the most dynamic aquatic life in the world.
Salila has accommodation for a maximum of 20 guests in 10 staterooms, two of which are luxurious master suites with sea views, in her beautifully designed, high-quality interior. Her five enormous split-level decks provide plenty of space for relaxation. Why not soak up the sun's rays on the large sun deck or take a dip in the jacuzzi? Alternatively, if you seek shelter from the sun, a library, study and lounge give you plenty of space to relax inside. A crew of 20 will tend to your every need and provide mouth-watering cuisine of local Indonesian food as well as western dishes.
A plethora of water toys are available for you to use while you charter Salila; from kayaks and bicycles to diving equipment, and she has three tenders on board. As she operates across the whole of Indonesia, she has the ability to offer her charter guests some of the best dive sites on the planet as well as an extensive array of land-based activities, from exploring the volcanoes and marvelling at the Komodo Dragons to discovering the isolated villages that are rarely visited by outsiders.
Salila is available for charter in Indonesia from $105,000 per week.
Salila has accommodation for a maximum of 20 guests in 10 staterooms, two of which are luxurious master suites with sea views, in her beautifully designed, high-quality interior.
56m Kanasashi Heavy Industries, 1991