Join SeaTrek Sailing Adventures on a sea adventure like never before, as we sail out over the eastern seas of Indonesia to witness a total solar eclipse in the remote southern reaches of Indonesia’s remote Banda Sea.

Travelling aboard a traditional, wooden, pinisi liveaboard boats, handcrafted on the islands of Borneo and Sulawesi by local craftsmen using ancient techniques handed down from father to son over many centuries, you will witness not only one of the most profound of all nature’s celestial wonders, but also see and experience some of the very best culture, nature, and landscapes that Indonesia has to offer, including snorkelling some of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs. This truly is a one in a lifetime opportunity.


Our mission is to provide the best experience possible for our guests given the current conditions and when unexpected opportunities for adventure may present themselves along our cruise routes. Sometimes weather conditions, tides or other local factors dictate that we need to vary from the published route, and at times there are special opportunities to explore and discover new locations, events and activities. These explorations will always be a definite enhancement to the published itinerary and will be undertaken after discussion and agreement among guests. Ultimately, the boat captains and your tour leader will make decisions to maximize trip safety and your overall enjoyment, so please come prepared to be flexible!


Due to current Indonesian flight scheduling to the departure point, all guests on this cruise need to fly from Bali to Maumere on April 15, the day before the cruise, and stay overnight before being taken to the boat on the morning of the 16th of April. Kindly contact SeaTrek about the flight schedules and accommodation options in Maumere before booking.

The More You Know The More You See

Our tour leaders are a wealth of information on the regions we visit and will prepare you for each activity with on board talks and presentations to give you a greater understanding of the different experiences you will have each day. They will also act as your cross cultural bridges to all the people we meet along the way, so feel free to ask them to translate when talking to local Indonesian people on your travels.


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