SeaTrek 101 — Why We Sail Where We Do

Published on September 18, 2018

Without a couple of key pieces of information, it’s a little hard to make sense of why SeaTrek Sailing Adventures starts the year sailing around the easternmost end of Indonesia (Maluku and Raja Ampat) before moving to the Bali region and then back to…

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Spice Traders, Island Tramps and Sea Gypsies

Published on August 23, 2018

It might be a mouthful to say, but the “Spice Traders, Island Tramps and Sea Gypsies” cruise with SeaTrek Sailing Adventures takes in some of the most exotic and remote places in the Indonesian archipelago’s 17,000 islands. The 12-day cruise — scheduled…

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Read All About It: Undiscovered Sulawesi

Published on August 3, 2018

Huffington Post offers a story on why travelers shouldn’t ignore Sulawesi, one of islands that SeaTrek Sailing Adventures visits during several of its cruises in the Indonesian archipelago. Quotable quote: “Between the islands of Borneo and Sulawesi, there is an undiscovered gem…

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Read All About It: Alternative Bali

Published on July 27, 2018

The Jakarta Post newspaper just ran a story on three alternative ways to travel between the Indonesian capital and the island of Bali other than flying — bus, train and ferry. Quotable quote: “When compared with buses or car, the train journey…

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Read All About It: Jewels of Raja Ampat

Published on July 19, 2018

Justin Massoni, director of sales and operations for AdventureSmith Explorations, wrote a review about his recent cruise with SeaTrek Sailing Adventures — Jewels of Raja Ampat aboard the 24-passenger Ombak Putih. Quotable quote: “The pinisi motorsailer Ombak Putih — meaning “white wave”…

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