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Jimmy: Good morning viewers. Here we are on the bridge of M/Y Latitude, a 46-meter superyacht currently in the Forgotten Islands in Central Indonesia. We’re lucky enough today to have onboard the boat as a guest Mr. Bill O’Leary. He
Indonesian and foreign-flagged ships will be required to comply with new low-sulfur fuel rules that will start January 1st, 2020. This information has been issued by the country’s Ministry of Transportation as per multiple bulletins released earlier in the year.
Asia Pacific Superyachts Indonesia were very happy to see the Australian Government decision allowing foreign flagged superyachts to charter in Australian waters as it passed unanimously with bipartisan support through both house of parliament on Thursday 5th December. “This land
What makes Indonesia stand out from other countries Superyachts can visit in SE Asia/Pacific? The question of ‘Why would Indonesia be better to cruise than any other South-East Asian country’ is very simple. It’s diversity. There are over 17,000 islands
Asia Pacific Superyachts Indonesia is pleased to report that company Directors Arie Kuswandari and Capt Jimmy Blee have returned to Indonesia after a very successful representation trip to the Monaco Yacht Show. “The MYS was a wonderful showcase event for
At the end of April 2019 the government of the West Papua province, on the island of New Guinea passed legislation that the Eastern Indonesian province would establish as the country’s first ever conservation region. The legalities would ensure that