Sea Trek’s sailing adventures bring you to ‘the ends of the Earth’. In the wake of discoverers like Magellan, Cook, Tasman and Wallace our sailing adventures explore the area known as the ‘Ring of Fire’, in particular the string of volcanic islands stretching out east of Bali as far as the Philippines. You will set foot ashore in Lombok and Sumbawa, meet the dragons of Komodo, hike up to the coloured volcanic lakes of Flores and visit traditional tribal whale hunters in Lembata. For those with a true taste for adventure, SeaTrek voyages drift into the distant timeless regions of Papua where to this day it is possible to meet tribes living in quasi-stone age conditions. For those seeking to experience history first hand, we offer adventures that follow the spice trade to the Banda Islands and north to Ternate and from Halmahera all the way to Raja Ampat, following in the wake of legends who made history with their perseverance and discoveries.
Traveling into the eastern part of the Indonesian archipelago is an unforgettable and rewarding experience and always an adventure, but without the means, connections, and time it can turn frustrating to the inexperienced. The transportation infrastructure has not changed much in the past fifty years and there are no scheduled ferry services to the smaller more remote islands.
From the very moment you step aboard one of our ships you will know that you have made the right decision! Like the seafarers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries you will discover untouched sites of astonishing natural beauty where traditional life is little changed.
SeaTrek Sailing Adventures began its small vessel cruise operations in 1985 with a vision provide personalised sea voyages offering exceptional hospitality to unique destinations, places of astonishing natural beauty that seem locked in time, with a wide variety of locale rarely visited by Westerners.
With more than a quarter century of adventure sailing, Sea Trek has been opening the Eastern regions of Indonesia to whole new generations of travellers from across the globe