The deck of the Raja Laut is one of Southeast Asia’s most romantic for dining on the waves.
This 19th century inspired schooner at 31 one metres features a prominent deck for sublime culinary indulgence.
The Raja Laut can be chartered to any of Southeast Asia’s some 20,000 islands—which means fresh seafood and local ingredients can be made into any meal guests can command. Of course, their top two destinations are Komodo, Island in Indonesia and the Mergui archipelago of Myanmar. Regardless, guests can request meals ahead of time and the galley will do its utmost to accommodate. Their crew of seven includes a top notch chef. Sommeliers can have their meals properly paired with whatever vino floats their boat.
The wooden deck is also ideal for pushing back the tables and slow dancing on under the stars. It’s warmth and charm is aimed at intimate guests and families—those looking for personalized and private sailing in Southeast Asia. The hardwood deck is complimented with six cabins with ensuite bathrooms. Three rooms feature double beds. Overall, up to 12 guests can enjoy the ship.
The Raja Laut has been specially designed so guests can savor the combination of its luxury, the gorgeous destinations it anchors at, and its' three meals a day—one divine bite at a time.
It's good to be a Raja!