The Oracle is a custom built 35-metre phinisi style yacht launching in spring 2019. Carefully designed by her Blue Karma hotelier owners, Oracle evokes Indonesian heritage with locally sourced wood and traditional boatbuilding methods.
Oracle delivers a luxurious, soulful experience sailing among Indonesia’s spectacular islands, from Komodo National Park to Raja Ampat and everywhere in between. In line with Blue Karma’s commitment to a sustainable, conscious way of travelling, Oracle harnesses the spirit of her environment to deliver a harmonious private cruise.
Oracle is ideal for couples or small families with her intimate layout and expansive deck space, geared towards outdoor living at its finest. Her crew includes a cruise director, captain, chief officer, two engineers, two stewards, a private chef and two masseuses.
• Meals & snacks
• Soft drinks, tea & coffee
• Diving for certified divers & dive manager
• Crew and boat manager
• Use of watersports equipment (diving and snorkelling gear, kayaks, paddle boards and water skis)
• Local transfers
• National park fees
• Wifi (when in range)
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES
Oracle has two large suites above deck; one on the upper deck and another on the main deck. Both cabins feature panoramic windows, ensuite bathrooms and secluded alfresco terraces. There is a third smaller cabin located below deck, bringing Oracle’s total capacity to 6 guests. All bedrooms are equipped with air conditioning, Sonos systems and video projector.
Oracle’s living spaces include a 36sqm indoor living room with comfortable sofas and a bar area, while out on the foredeck there is plenty of space to relax and soak up the views. The upper deck is fitted with daybeds for lounging in the sun.
Oracle is well equipped for adventures, with snorkelling and diving equipment to take advantage of Indonesia’s sensational coral reefs, and kayaks, paddle boards and water skis inviting guests to take in the scenery above the waterline.
The yacht’s sensitive design and affinity with her natural surroundings make Oracle a compelling choice for exploring Indonesia’s islands.