Kudanil Explorer and Traveller Magazine explored Triton Bay
Last March, Kudanil Explorer and Traveller Magazine explored Triton Bay. More precisely, Traveller Magazine’s writer Julie Miller embarked with us on a journey to Raja Ampat, Triton Bay and Papua. The Raja Ampat Marine Park is arguably the epicentre of the coral triangle. Swimming with whale sharks in Namatote, diving Misool and exploring the magnificent Triton Bay were only some of the journey’s highlights.
Expedition led by lecturer Bruce W. Carpenter
Our dear friend and lecturer Bruce W. Carpenter led the trip in order to add a cultural and historical dimension to the experience. Bruce is author and co-author of more than 20 books and articles on Indonesian art, culture and history. He is considered a leading expert in the field of Indonesian studies.
Luxury amenities and ample space on board
Interestingly, this very Papua trip was a cabin trip meaning that we hosted several individual parties aboard our expedition yacht. The comfort and safety of the Kudanil Explorer is ideal for these kind of trips due to its room design and its robust shell, a steel hull. Within this solid shell, we have created eight identical cabins with private balconies and a total of 1000 sqm (or 11,000 sqft) of space. Therefore, come aboard and contact us for an exclusive charter or a cabin trip in Eastern Indonesia in 2020.
For the full Traveller Magazine article, please click here and relive the experience through Julie Miller’s eyes and words.
After Komodo National Park and Nusa Tenggara, soon back in Papua and Raja Ampat
We have just finished our season in the Komodo National Park, Flores, Alor and Sumba. Next, we will cross the Banda Sea towards the wonderful Spice Islands with their nutmeg plantations, colonial heritage and great underwater world. Eventually, we will spend November – March again in Raja Ampat and Triton Bay. The far north-east of this wonderful archipelago called Indonesia.