WAOW is a three masted sailing vessel, constructed entirely from wood using traditional methods, evoking the southern seas, freedom, adventure, comfort, quality and style.
With 10 spacious and well equipped cabins (7 Deluxe, 2 Superiors, 1 Master) MSY WAOW can welcome up to 20 guests in perfect conditions. Each of the cabins is luxurious, and provides all of the amenities expected of a vessel of this standing. They all have private bathrooms with separate shower, separate WC, air conditioning, desk, entertainment system and LED lighting.
Charter operations began in April 2012 in Indonesia, an archipelago made up of over 17'000 islands. Our 17 different itineraries includes the following areas : Komodo - Flores - Alor - Forgotten Islands - Banda Sea - Seram Sea - Papua (Triton Bay - Misool - Raja Ampat - Cenderawasih) - Halmahera - Sulawesi - Wakatobi.
LAO: 60 meters LOD: 46 meters BEAM:11,15 meters Draft: 3,8 meters Weight: 850 Tonnes Rigging: 3 steel masts of a height of 42; 45; 42 meters,900m2 of sails Motors: 2 Yanmar Marine Diesels of 500 hp each Electrical: 2 x 100 kVa generators, 1x 40 kVa. 220V and 110V, also available in photo room Speed: 8 - 10 knots cruising speed under motors only Navigation Equipment package including high and low frequency Sonar, GPS, Computer mapping, SatComm, HF and Phone, etc. Fuel capacity: 32'000 Liters Water: 12'000 Liters, produced with 2 water makers of 2'500 Liters/day capacity each Black Water: 6'000 Liters Accommodation: 10 Cabins: 6 Deluxe Below Deck (24m2 each), 2 Superiors on Aft Main Deck (21m2 each +lounging area), 1 Deluxe Upper Deck (16m2), 1 Upper Deck Master incl. private lounging area (45m2 + 35m2) Crew: 24 highly qualified crew members, including a western Cruise Director and 5 dive guides.
Komodo, Flores, Sumbawa, Alor, Pantar, Forgotten Island, Banda Sea, Banda Neira, Lucipara, Gunung Api, Ambon Bay, Seram Sea, Triton Bay, Misool, Raja Ampat, Cenderawasih Bay, Halmahera, Molluccas, Lembeh Strait, Sangihe, Bunaken, Togian Islands, Banggaï and the Wakatobi National Park.