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Silolona is a powerful hand crafted traditional wooden sailing vessel newly build from the finest tropical hardwoods to German Lloyds specifications by the Master Konjo boat builders of Sulawesi. This magnificent vessel melds the best of the traditional spice island sailing vessels with all of the modern amenities and safety features one would expect in a vessel of her quality. Silolona’s tastefully appointed décor, spacious decks, delightful Asian fusion cuisine, full range of aquatic activities, and the smiles of her dedicated professional crew provide the perfect setting for Patti Seery’s sojourns of discovery. The most successful and sought after travel experiences in SE-Asia.

Silolona and Si Datu Bua are modern incarnations of those glorious traditional Indonesian sailing ships originally red
for trade along the historic Spice routes. Luxuriously melding all the safety and amenities of the 21st century with
the style and grace of ages long past each was meticulously designed and hand crafted, specifically for the highly
acclaimed Silolona Sojourns of Discovery. Silolona Sojourns are the most sought after private travel experiences in South East Asia. These are not only individually crafted journeys, but journeys crafted for each individual to enjoy. Young or old, everyone is enthralled by these magical experiences.
• Registry: Bali, Indonesia
• Launched: July 2004
• Builders: Konjo Boat Builders
• Style: Traditional Gaff Rig Phinisi
• Built to German Lloyd Specifications
• LOA: 50 meters
• Beam: 10 meters/33 feet
• Draft: 3.07 meters
• Cruising Speed: 10 to 12 knots
• Fully licensed PADI Dive Center
• Interior fully airconditoned
• State Rooms: 3 king suites, 2 double suites
• Crew: 16 + Expedition leader
• Passengers: Cruising 10 - 12
• Tenders: 3 Tenders, 5.8 m
Si Datu Bua (Beloved Princess) is Silolona Sojourns newest traditional sailing ship. Built by the master Konjo boat
builders of Sulawesi to exacting German Lloyds specifications this magnificent vessel melds the best of raditional
island sailing vessels with all of the modern amenities and safety features that have established Silolona Sojourns as the undisputed standard for excellence. From the Sulawesi Sea to the mountains of Toradja in combination with our fully refurbished intricately carved 164-year-old clan house on the slopes of Gunung Sesean. Sidatu’s tastefully appointed décor, spacious decks, delightful Asian fusion cuisine and full range of aquatic activities providethe perfect counterpoint for a combined land & sea adventure.
Silolona and Si Datu Bua are modern incarnations of those glorious traditional Indonesian sailing ships originally bred for trade along the historic Spice routes. Luxuriously melding all the safety and amenities of the 21st century with the style and grace of ages long past each was meticulously designed and hand crafted, specifically for the highly acclaimed Silolona Sojourns of Discovery. Silolona Sojourns are the most sought after
private travel experiences in South East Asia.
These are not only individually crafted journeys,
but journeys crafted for each individual to enjoy. Young or old, everyone is enthralled by these
magical experiences.

• Registry: Bali, Indonesia
• Hull: Iron wood
• Builders: Konjo Boat Builders
• Style: Gaff Rig
• Sail Area: 586 sqm
• LOA: 40,20 m
• Beam: 8.50 m
• Draft: 3.07 meters
• Cruising Speed: 10 knots
• Fully licensed PADI Dive Center
• Interior fully airconditoned
• State Rooms: 3 king suites
• Crew: 11 + Expedition leader
• Passengers: Cruising 6
• Tenders: 2 Tenders, RIB with 85 h/p
January - February Andaman islands (India), Thailand, Langkawi (Malaysia)
& Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar).
March - April Eastern Indonesia, Komodo to Raja Ampat
May Through August Komodo and Flores Archipelago (Indonesia)
September Through November Banda Archipelago, West Papua , Raja Ampat and Cendrawasih Bay
(Indonesia).