Sequoia Yacht

Raja Ampat, Indonesia


one of the best Indonesian island resorts

This 26.1-meter long eco-friendly sailing vessel was built in 2017 and is a modern take on the classic wooden yacht. Named after the giant Sequoia tree, one of the oldest living organisms on earth, this handcrafted yacht was designed as an heirloom for generations to come. It has combined the best aspects of traditional Sulawesi hull construction - a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, with a state-of-the-art American engine and electrical systems. It features three deluxe suites, a spacious greatroom, sky deck, and gourmet kitchen.

+host positive actions


1. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat

2. water & energy

3. climate

4. community, heritage & culture

5. jobs & education

6. decent work

7. inclusivity & opportunities

8. community, heritage & culture

9. investment

10. resilience

11. ethics

12. local sourcing

+host positive actions


1. wildlife, biodiversity & natural habitat;

2. water & energy;

3. climate;

4. waste.


5. jobs & education;

6. decent work;

7. inclusivity & opportunities;

8. community, heritage & culture.


9. investment;

10. resilience;

11. ethics;

12. local sourcing.

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- unlike land-based resorts, the experiences when sailing are endless -

My husband Kevin M Corcoran and I are both passionate about sharing our love for the sea, nature, diving, and culture. Located in the heart of the coral triangle, the richest marine biodiversity in the planet, Indonesia and its more than 17,000 islands is an endless archipelago to explore. The best way to reach its hidden beauty is by yacht.

Yessi Maya Sari


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