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Pinisi Ships and the Audacious Pursuit of Mastery

At Everything to Sea, our fleet of artisanal wooden yachts is not just any on the water. These iconic ships are deeply rooted in local heritage and demonstrate true mastery of craft.

The indigenous people of the Indonesian island known as Sulawesi have been building wooden vessels called pinisi ships for centuries. However, the pinisi is much more to the local communities than simply a vessel for trading goods. It’s at the very core of their social, economic, and cultural framework.​​

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These Facts May Change the Way You Travel

The world is an amazing place and traveling can make you feel invincible. It’s no coincidence it’s so addictive. However, there is a science behind the joy of traveling. Check out this article that we found from TheDiscoverer.com about crazy facts that could change the way you travel – and give you even more reasons to head on another new adventure.

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$3,850 to Get Naked — Really?

Why take a trip on The Deluxe Boat, when it’s more than 2/3 the cost of The StandardPlus Boat? We often receive inquiries asking about the differences between the two. Apparently the glory of our most exclusive trip hasn’t yet been reflected. That’s on us, and hopefully this post will do it justice.

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Where the Age of Sail Never Ended – The Bugis Phinisi

The great age of sail, which ended in the West in the early twentieth century, never quite ended in Indonesia. The Bugis have continued to build their phinisi on the beaches of Sulawesi and continue to sail the islands to this day. Check out this article by Rick Spilman called “Where the Age of Sail Never Ended – the Bugis Phinisi, an Appreciation” as seen on The Old Salt Blog:

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