A Valentine Trip You Will Remember

Looking for a smaller vessel for just your nearest and dearest to enjoy? Always dreamt of escaping to Indonesia to take in the thousands of green isles and lush white sand beaches? Check out Sequoia which ticks all of these boxes, and more! Named after the giant Sequoia tree, one of the oldest living organisms on earth, this handcrafted yacht was designed as an heirloom vessel for generations of families to enjoy.
Interesting Image
Completed in 2017, Sequoia is a modern take on the classic wooden yacht.Using traditional, Indonesian Bugis boat construction, the hull and super structure are comprised of Ironwood and Teak. The interior fittings and mechanical components are integrated into a state of the art American engine room and electrical power systems. Custom designed light fixtures illuminate the night sky and the underwater lighting allow you to see some of the magic below.With Sequoia, East meets West with modern, custom-made amenities, melded with Indonesian tropical island beauty. You will be able to enjoy this remote island wonderland in complete comfort.
Interesting Image
On the upper deck, a 360 degree view from the sky deck awaits, offering unobstructed views of the most pristine oceans in the world. Inside, the Great Room has been designed for intimate gatherings with loved ones to dine, laugh, and plan tomorrow’s excursions. While the Master and Guest Suites offer classic Indonesian styling alongside luxury finishings.Escape to the Coral Triangle region of Indonesia and see the very best that this region of the world has to offer. Two tenders are ready and waiting to take you into deserted islands, or excellent dive sites, reserved all for you without the mass crowds!Come and sail away on a whole new way to spend your vacation with those closest to you.
Interesting Image
See also  Clips From Today’s Closing Bel
Best Deals On Amazon Prime

About the author

Comments

  1. When Stacey Abrams acknowledged defeat to Republican Brian Kemp in her 2018 campaign for governor of Georgia, she refused to call it a “concession.” Four years later, the man she once described as an “architect of voter suppression” is the incumbent — and the state she came so close to leading has enacted some of the nation’s most restrictive voting laws.

  2. In 1899, a mob in Newnan, Georgia tortured, mutilated and burned to death a Black farmworker named Sam Hose, who was accused of killing his White employer.

  3. Vice President Kamala Harris called for an assault weapons ban Saturday, saying that in the wake of two back-to-back mass shootings such arms are “a weapon of war” with “no place in a civil society.”

  4. • ‘I’m sick of it’: Some young Britons are actively avoiding Queen’s Platinum Jubilee festivities
    • Queen’s daughter steps in after Buckingham Palace announced she wouldn’t attend Epsom Derby

  5. Spain is seeing its hottest early summer temperatures, one area of France banned outdoor events, and drought stalked Italian farmers as a heatwave sent Europeans hunting for shade and fretting over climate change.

  6. In 2020, when the pandemic brought all nonessential travel to a grinding halt, Ami and Jason Richter had to think fast. They were running a flourishing business called Lug that sold fun travel bags and accessories and had a growing legion of fans, which included Oprah.

  7. Store shelves holding baby products designed to help parents ease babies into sleep may be barren this week, due to new US Consumer Product Safety Commission regulations that went into effect on June 23.

  8. As leaders of major Western democracies and their allies meet in two back-to-back summits this week in Europe, their focus is clear: keeping pressure on Russia as its brutal assault on Ukraine enters its fifth month.

  9. It’s getting harder for shoppers in the United Kingdom to find Heinz baked beans. Blame food price inflation.

  10. When the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, rolling back nearly 50 years of abortion rights, the threat of more to come cast a shadow on many, particularly those in the LGBTQ community.

  11. Two cases of monkeypox have been identified in children in the United States, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.

  12. As 40 pros chase little dimpled balls around his course this week in New Jersey, at least four of former President Donald Trump’s favorite things will converge: publicity, cash, conflict and golf.

  13. Authorities are investigating a sinkhole that appeared near a mine in the north of the country, according to Reuters.

  14. Liz Cheney has posed the question with which America may have to wrestle for months to come: if there is evidence that ex-President Donald Trump committed crimes in seeking to overturn the 2020 election, what message will it send if he’s not charged?

  15. “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” contributor Jordan Klepper joins CNN’s Jim Acosta to discuss his interactions with individuals outside a MAGA rally in Wisconsin and the false conspiracy theories they presented.

  16. The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman explains the message former President Donald Trump sent to the Department of Justice through an intermediary in the wake of the Mar-a-Lago search.

  17. The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman explains the possible reasons why former President Donald Trump took classified documents to his Mar-a-Lago home.

  18. After an explosive court brief and picture of classified documents from Mar-a-Lago earlier this week, the Justice Department will argue in court Thursday against a request by former President Donald Trump that a so-called special master be appointed in to review the evidence the FBI seized at his Florida resort last month.

  19. Former President Donald Trump said Thursday he will “very, very seriously” consider full pardons for the rioters who breached the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, if he runs for reelection and wins.

  20. US District Judge Aileen Cannon unsealed a detailed inventory from the Mar-a-Lago search that the Justice Department previously filed under seal in court.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.