Explore the iconic Komodo pilots on this luxurious schooner
- Four air conditioned en suite cabins
- Galley, saloon and dining area
- Crew, including boat manager and private chef
- Dive master and a masseuse are available on request
- Snorkelling and diving equipment
- Four kayaks, two paddleboards, a sailing dingy and a rib boat
Dallinghoo is a traditional schooner that was originally built in South Africa in the 1990s. After a number of years spent sailing in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, the vessel made her way to South East Asia.
In 2015, Dallinghoo underwent a thorough 18-month renovation so that she now offers intrepid travellers a unique and adventurous sailing experience throughout Southeast Asia.
There the four air-conditioned en suite cabins accommodating eight guests, three of which are doubles with a fourth room housing two bunkbeds. The shared spaces are decked out in varnished teak and hardwood floors with a fully equipped galley, saloon and dining area that can be converted into a lounge.
Out on deck, there’s plenty of space to sunbathe or relax in the shade under a full awning, not to mention an expansive exterior dining area, featuring a barbecue where the private chef cooks up delectable west east fusion cuisine. Dallinghoo’s professional, knowledgeable crew also includes a cruise director and a chef. A dive master and a masseuse are available on request.
You’ll get to explore the sea and island with a full roster of on board equipment including snorkelling and diving equipment, four kayaks, two paddleboards, a sailing dingy and a rib boat.