This 50m expedition yacht was custom built in 1978 by Teraoka Shipyard and last refitted in 2018. The yacht's interior has been designed by Alix Thomsen and her exterior styling is by Simon Juppe.
KUDANIL features 8 spacious air-conditioned ensuite berths spanning 30.5sqm each, situated on the upper deck. Each one has the option of a king-size bed or twin configuration to accommodate 16 guests on board. Additional single beds are available for children on request. Cabins are fitted with adjustable air-conditioning, WiFi access and an entertainment system including movies and TV series. Every cabin also has its own private balcony, fitted with a table and chairs and a daybed for secluded alfresco relaxation. Inside on the main deck, there’s an airy main saloon with a bar and plenty of space for dining around two tables. A separate library and lounge offer a quiet space to retreat to in the heat of the day.
On the main deck is a dedicated spa where guests can enjoy a massage. The aft deck features a large dive deck, with ample space for excursion planning, changing rooms and three bathrooms. Outside on the top deck, guests will find an open air Jacuzzi and sun loungers.
KUDANIL is equipped with air-conditioning, WiFi, an entertainment system with movies and TV series, three custom tenders, kayaks, paddle boards, a kite surfing kit, surfboards, wakeboards and waterskis, as well as diving and snorkelling equipment.
KUDANIL is you obvious choice for an unique superyacht charter experience in the exotic water of Indonesia.
The charter rate includes all meals, non-alcoholic beverages, local transfers and fuel are included.
Main Deck Spa & Deck Jacuzzi
Indoor & outdoor restaurants and bars
+ Key Features
Eight equal sized suites of approximately 30.5 sq.m
Wi-Fi and air conditioning available throughout
Additional children’s bunks are available
Surfing, scuba diving and cultural explorations
Excellent value yacht, with an all inclusive rate
+ Waters Sports
+ Cruising Regions
Southeast Asia: Indonesia
Cruising locations in Indonesia vary throughout the year from Komodo National Park and the Spice Islands of Maluku, to the magnificent Raja Ampat region. The vessel follows the monsoon and sails from East to West to cruise on calm seas and avoid the rain.
8 luxurious staterooms in size of 30.5m2:
Each 15m2 bedroom comes with one king-size bed or two single beds. Additional beds are available for children upon request.
Each cabin also come with: an en-suite 4.5m2 bathroom, a private terrace (11 m2) complete with a day bed, two chairs and a coffee table. There’s adjustable air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and an entertainment system that includes movies and TV series.