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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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Meet Massive Manta Rays

While most of us like to think our own one-eyed monster is the largest creature of the deep blue sea, the reality is our entire physique shrinks compared to massive manta rays. But do not be intimidated, these gentle giants simply spend their lives gliding through the surf. Manta rays are a common sight on Everything To Sea’s voyages within the waters surrounding the many islands of Indonesia. 

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Everything To Sea’s Staff Pick: Kecak Dance

Everything To Sea runs trips in the Flores Sea of the Indonesian Archipelago – not too far from Bali. In this blog post, we want to put a spotlight on the island of Bali – a place our travelers often want to explore either before or after the cruise. Known as The Island of the Gods, Bali is abundant with cultural activities and traditions. Our Support Specialist Ron Roeslan wrote this piece about “Kecak” – a ritual that features a hundred half-naked men. Enjoy!

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