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Ocean Pure
 

PURE YACHT

Ocean Pure has been completely refitted from a traditional Indonesian pinisi boat this year, transforming it into a luxury yacht equipped with the latest technology. The revamped model embraces the best of both old and new, and is already a storming success !

A cruise on the Ocean Pure yacht is a unique opportunity to explore the amazing Indonesian archipelago while enjoying total luxury, privacy and art de vivre. Enjoy a sporty holiday with activities such as diving or snorkelling through some of the world's richest coral reefs, hiking up volcanoes, discovering isolated, rarely-visited villages, and trekking with dragons.You can also indulge in a relaxed break, anchoring in secluded lagoons, swimming with turtles, collecting shells on untouched, white sandy beaches, tanning on sun loungers, and enjoying the fresh sea breeze on your daybeds with a good book. And don't forget the fine dining and spectacular sunsets accompanied by a delicious cocktail made by our yacht's attentive crew, in your own, private piece of the ocean.
INDOOR LIVING SPACE: 80m

- With sofas
- coffee table
- Bar
- Library
- Dining Table
- Wine cellar
- Cigar room
- TV, A/C

OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE: 100m

- With sofas
- Coffee Table
- Daybeds
- Benches
- Dining Table
- Sunbeds
MAIN DECK

2 living rooms & 2 dining rooms: 180m

The yacht's unique features include 2 living rooms in 1! Two vast sliding bay windows mean you can open the living and dining rooms onto the outside front deck. You can choose to enjoy either a combined inner- and outer-space of almost 180m, or close the windows to take advantage of the air-conditioned living/dining room and bar spanning 80m, with stunning 180-degree views thanks to the panoramic and bay windows.click to edit

2 FRONT CABINS: 20m each

- Queen-size bed
- 4 portholes
- Separate toilet
- Separate shower
- Wash basin
- Dressing room
- Integrated A/C

2 REAR CABINS: 20m each

- Queen-size bed
- Writing desk
- 4 portholes
- Separate toilet
- Separate shower
- Wash basin
- Dressing room
- Integrated A/C

MASTER SUITE: 40m

Panoramic windows and sliding doors offering 180-degree views
Private 12m terrace with daybeds and a massage table

It's difficult to think of a better way of exploring the Indonesian archipelago than on an OCEAN PURE yacht. With over 17,000 islands scattered across the warm, turquoise waters, Indonesia is a diverse and awe-inspiring destination.

PURE DIVING

The waters of Indonesia are an epicentre of biodiversity offering the world's most varied concentration of marine life. With hundreds of unique, colourful coral reefs, warm water and exotic, tropical marine life, it's a paradise for divers and snorkelers of all levels.
Your very own dive master is stationed aboard the yacht, ready to take you on the most incredible adventures. After setting sail to the most beautiful areas offering the most breathtaking diving, you will be provided with brand-new, professional equipment before setting off to discover the ocean and its enchanting inhabitants in total safety.

PURE DISCOVERY

Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago with more than 17,000 islands. The entire region is filled with picture-postcard, sandy, secluded beaches waiting to be explored, as well as volcanoes to climb, tropical rainforest to trek through, prehistoric dragons to walk with, traditional villages and ancient temples to visit, friendly tribes to meet, and the beauty of nature and its wildlife to admire. Every day promises something remarkable and unique!
Our staff will guide you as you discover the rich natural surroundings and biodiversity according to your own personal itinerary.

PURE DINING

A talented chef and an assistant are at your service, ready to introduce you to the full flavours and variety of Asian cuisine. Each island puts its own twist on its dishes, which are as rich and diverse as their cultures. Let yourself be guided, or choose your own, bespoke daily menus. The chefs can craft delicious Indonesian delicacies, but are also qualified in western cuisine.
Every meal is a new discovery, as OCEAN PURE also focuses on the culinary arts. Each breakfast, lunch and dinner will be a chance to discover new glassware, table sets and tablecloths. You can choose to enjoy your meals outside on the main deck, or in the cool, air-conditioned dining room, while still admiring the stunning, 180-degree views.

Why not organise a picnic for lunch on a white sandy beach in the shade of the palm trees, or an evening BBQ while watching the sunset on a deserted island? Everything is possible, and the staff will take care of your needs from start to finish!

PURE RELAXATION

Get ready for a real holiday experience thanks to the 12-member crew. True luxury!

Butlers, housekeeping staff, sailors, the captain, the dive master, the massage therapist and the cruise manager are all at your service, 24/7. Each crewmember is always on-hand when you need them, and they all have a natural ability to provide the best service with a genuine smile. The trademark magic of Indonesia!
Boasting 17,000 islands, of which 11,000 offer untouched wilderness, Indonesia is brimming with both cultural and environmental riches, as if it were 100 countries all in one. As 80% of its surface is spread across islands, a boat is the best way to discover and enjoy the full experience. OCEAN PURE offers six destinations at different times of the year, ensuring you're always in the right place at the right time.
OMBOK & THE GILI ISLANDS From March until September.

This string of islands offers lush greenery in the north, almost arid deserts in the south, and boasts a diverse abundance of marine life, legendary surfing spots, impressive volcanoes and tropical forests. Imagine deserted islands ringed with white sands and palm trees, lapped gently by the warm turquoise sea.

The programme includes snorkelling with turtles off Gili Meno, diving with reef sharks at Shark Point, trekking up volcanoes on Lombok Island, and experiencing a magic mushroom evening on Gili Trawangan.
THE KOMODO ISLANDS From March until September

Get ready for spectacular hilly landscapes coloured jade-green in the winter and deep red in the summer, tumbling down into the turquoise sea. This national park is a divers' paradise, and the convergence of warm and cold currents have created a particularly rich, nutritive environment. These conditions foster the development of plankton, and the marine animal life is incredibly diverse.

The reefs are in excellent condition, and the beaches are carpeted with pink sand thanks to the abundance of red coral found on the seabed. This trip includes scuba-diving with manta rays, whales, dolphins and whale sharks, snorkelling with turtles and seahorses, and trekking to discover stags, tropical birds and the renowned Komodo dragons.
THE ALOR ARCHIPELAGO From September to December

Both wild and strikingly beautiful, with steep peaks, white sandy beaches and bays of crystal-clear water, this isolated archipelago is the perfect place for unforgettable diving. Explorers can expect coral walls, crevasses, caves, untouched reefs, thresher sharks, toothed whales and more. The islands enjoy incredible cultural diversity, and you will be delighted to discover the friendly inhabitants composed of more than 100 different ethnicities, ancestral and animist traditions, and authentic villages of beehive-shaped huts.


SULAWESI AND ITS SURROUNDING ISLANDS From April to October

This island combines the allure of cultural heritage with the richness and beauty of its natural surroundings:

- Visits to Toraja villages. These settlements are composed of incredible sculpted and painted wooden houses,
  and their people have spectacular funeral traditions.
- Hiking up volcanoes to meet the black macaque monkeys.
- Discovering the boatyards used to build Pinisi ships, an ancestral masterpiece made by the Bugis people.
The two-mast schooners - like the model offered by OCEAN PURE - are still made entirely by hand on the magnificent white sandy beaches, caressed by the shade of the palm trees. A must-try experience you won't forget in a hurry!
THE MALUKU AND BANDA ISLANDS From October until April

Welcome to the spice islands! Nutmeg and cloves were highly popular during the 14th century, but were only found in one place in the world - on the trees of the Maluku islands. This far-flung archipelago boasts the wildest, most stunning nature, with volcanoes, forests, jungles, caves, and rocks covered with clove and nutmeg trees. The untouched, idyllic beaches are waiting to be discovered, leading into a deep seabed literally carpeted with multicoloured coral gardens. The islands also have a longstanding history, defined by villages in a time of their own, welcoming tribes, former colonial towns, and military forts.
PAPUA AND THE RAJA AMPAT ISLANDS From November until March

This region to the far east of Indonesia is an adventurer's dream, and OCEAN PURE can take you there! Papua is inhabited by tribes who live according to ancestral traditions, and offers lush green valleys, rivers winding through the jungle, and a generous coastline. The island is home to a variety of ecosystems, including savannahs, mangroves, tropical forests, glaciers and coral reefs. New species are constantly being discovered on the island and in the surrounding waters. To the north of Papua, the Raja Ampat archipelago is made up of 1,000 islands boasting a mix of steep hills, jungles, deserted white sandy beaches, hidden lagoons, caves, mushroom-shaped outcrops and clear turquoise water.

This archipelago is located in the "Coral Triangle", considered to be the heart of the world's biodiversity and contained within a sea filled with the most varied species of coral in the world.
Picture yourself swimming in a wild, tropical aquarium, in water so clear and surrounded by so many fish that you don't even need a mask. The marine fauna and flora are so diverse and dense that scientists view the archipelago as a centre of biodiversity. They even estimate that the local reefs enable the natural repair and reconstruction of the barrier reefs in the South Pacific and Indian oceans.
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