THE VESSEL
PHINISI SPIRIT
Launched in 2014, the Mantamae is a 31-meter Phinisi ironwood schooner. No ordinary luxury yacht, it’s for the spirited few with a song in their heart, a curious mind, and a passion for cruising some of the most extraordinary places on the planet. With its two masts, elegant bowsprit and seven-sail rigging, the Mantamae evokes the romance of a bygone age, where Bugis and Makassan seafarers plied the shallow waters of the ‘East Indies’ on traditional Phinisi vessels laden with valuable spices. 
 
Mantamae is the essence of a ancient romantic traditions fused with modern design and technology. The keel was sculpted on the beach at Bira from a single rare Ironwood tree found in the jungles of Kalimantan, and shaped following traditional methods of construction as well as mystical rituals handed down through generations. After the hull and super-structure was completed, she was hand-hauled into the water and floated on a high tide, then moved to Bali where master craftsmen fitted it out using the best natural materials – polished Indonesian teakwood for the decks, and interiors richly adorned with fossilized wood and semi-precious stones from Madagascar. Its Italian owner is happy to share this glorious schooner by making it available for exclusive charters when he is not on board.
 
Welcome aboard
Mantamae accommodates up to 12 guests in a sumptuous master cabin, a deluxe bunk bed cabin, two staterooms – each with individually controlled air-conditioning, comfortable queen-size beds, ample storage space and stunning ensuite bathrooms, and a bunk bed cabins with two beds. The air-conditioned mid-ship salon has a bar and seating area. Above deck are areas designed for alfresco dining, relaxing and sunbathing.
Communal spaces

Mantamae presents generous gather spaces for guests to spend time together in gracious, comfortable and relaxing surroundings. Lavishly decorated with black pen shell and blue coral from Nusa Penida, the air-conditioned mid-ship salon has a bar, seating and media area as well as state-of-the-art music system with DJ deck and vessel-wide speakers. The main deck wraps around a large oval table surrounded by a shaded, over-sized lounging area that forms the social heart of the boat. The upper deck in front of the Bridge provides a second alfresco lounging area, with deeply cushioned mattresses and hammocks encouraging sun-bathing and star-gazing.

Cabins

The glamorous master suite, two staterooms, one deluxe and one bunk bed cabins have been individually designed by Marco Giovanardi, Mantamae’s Italian owner. Flooded with natural light through windows as well as bathed in the romantic glow of ambient lighting, these private air-conditioned retreats feature floors of fossilized wood, coral and shell mosaic panels, and statement Indonesian artefacts. The sublime ensuite bathrooms are lined with labradorite cabochon from Madagascar and have vanity basin, WC and rainshower. Among the luxuries in each cabin are TV with individual entertainment system, ample storage space, safety box, and top-range beds dressed in finest Egyptian cotton.

DITA is the master suite, with a bedroom and bathroom. In addition to a supremely comfortable super-king bed.

SOPHIA and BRIGITTE, the two staterooms, feature queen-size beds with an additional single bed above, each have a private bathroom.

CHARLIZE Equipped with 5 portholes, this bright cabin is perfect to enjoy the beautiful surrounding. The spacious and comfortable 2 beds make this a perfect fit for adults with reading lights for your comfy reading and a shared bathroom.

MARYLIN has bunk beds and a private bathroom – perfect for older kids or friends sharing a cabin.

DECKS PLANS
THE MAIN DECK

Forward of the salon and shaded from the sun, the deck is the social hub for life aboard Mantamae whether under sail or at anchor under the stars. Here, guests gather round the table to enjoy al fresco dining and breezy siestas, and to make plans for the next adventure. The large sofas around the dining table can be converted to super-size sun pads to make full use of this breezy shaded area.

Towards the stern is the galley, fridges and freezers, crew dining room, more crew cabins and equipment storage areas.

THE SALON is furnished with a bar and sofas as well as two dining tables designed to seat twelve people comfortably. Here, you will find you everything you need for relaxation away from the sun: plasma TV, Mac computer, HiFi mixer Traktor4, Wifi, coffee corner, wine coolers, ice maker and fridge.

MARYLIN CABIN on the main deck provides two bunk beds and private bathroom. The cabin is equipped with air conditioning, TV and safety box.

An additional shower  enclosure, beautifully lined with labradorite, is positioned by the steps for ease of use after swimming or diving.

THE UPPER DECK


Extending forward of the pilot-house, the upper deck is dedicated to inactivity, and hence furnished with over-sized sunbeds and hammocks. Here guests will delight in the sheer pleasure of doing nothing other’deck plan’ than turn the pages of a book, sleep, chat, contemplate the joys of living the dream, or take in the spectacular scenery of eastern Indonesia .

At the very rear of the top deck is the tender deck.

THE LOWER DECK

Accessed via a stairway in the salon, the lower deck is Mantamae’s main cabin area. A corridor running down the center of the vessel leads to Dita, the master suite with 5 portholes, Charlize with 5 portholes and the two staterooms Sophia and Brigitte, each with four portholes.

DITAmaster suite is fully equipped King size bed with a private bathroom, with five large portholes. The room is equipped with air conditioning, safety box, desk, large storage space, LED lighting, Wi-Fi, Flat Screen TV with individual entertainment system.

SOPHIA and BRIGITTE spectacular Queen size bedrooms have one additional single bed and private bathroom. These rooms have 4 portholes and they are also fully equipped with air conditioning, safety box, desk, storage space, LED lighting, Wi-Fi and Flat Screen TV with individual entertainment system.

CHARLIZEcomes with 5 Portholes making this cabin very bright and making you live a perfect stay.

TECHINICAL DATA

Registered Indonesia
Style Phinisi
Built Bira, South Sulawesi Oct. 2011-Apr. 2014 by Haji Baso
Type Wooden hulled schooner
Flag Indonesian
Length over all 100 feet (30,50metres)
Beam 21,9 feet (6,67metres)
Draft 8,83 feet (2,69 meters)
Total displacement 120tons
Main engine Mitsubishi 8 DC9-Twin Turbo 350 HP
Fuel capacity 7,000 litres
Desalinator production 6,000 litres per day
Sails 2 masts, 7 sails -450 sqm sails area
Cruising speed 8 knots
Gensets 2 x Mitsubishi 62.5 KV , 1 Caterpillar x 12,5 KV
Tender 1 RIB length 5.2 m outboard engine 100 HP
1 RIB length 4,0 m outboard engine 25 HP
Communication VHF –Icom M304 & Samyang
Satellite phone-Byru Marine, PC comp electric chart
Navigations Radar Furuno 1715 –20 nm, GPS-Furuno GP32
Echo sounder Furuno FC620, Echo pilot 3D
Internet Trackphone Satellite Broadband
Range 1.000nm
Fuel 7.000 litres Diesel –1.000 litres petrol
Water supply Desalinate unite 6000 litres/day
Diving equip. Nitrox GX4FF-Atlas Copco, 12 tanks x 15 lt, 6 tanks x 20 litres
Compressors 2 x CAT 9 compressors
Water sports Fishing equipment, 4 kayaks, water ski, body boards, Jet ski,4 underwater scooters
Passenger Cruising 12
Special Events 40 guests
Crew 9
Dive Instructor 1
Dive Master 1
Cabins 1 master suite, 4 guest bedrooms, en-suite, air cond., Sat TV, DVD, Stereo Sound
 

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