“I wanted freedom, open air, adventure. I found it on the sea.”
Embark on a journey steeped in history as you set sail into the natural wonders of the Indonesian archipelago and beyond. From sunrise to sunset and beyond the Anne Judith II promises a lifetime of memories on an expedition of discovery that will be impossible to forget.
Let us take you off the beaten track as we discover the straights less sailed. Naturally we cater for the highlights of Komodo, Raja Ampat and the Spice Islands, but the compact and intimate design of the Anne Judith II allows for alternative and more adventurous routes denied to bigger vessels.
Whether you wish to visit the stunningly untouched Raja Ampat, an encounter with the legendary dragons of Komodo or discover previously un-surfed waves from Sumba to Rote , this vessel will get you there in style.
The Anne Judith II is a classic piece of British engineering with an illustrious past having served as a minesweeper for the Royal Navy in WW2. Lovingly transformed in 2018 she now boasts modern amenities and conveniences tailored to luxury cruising while maintaining the colourful characteristics of her old-world charm. Her billowing sails remind us that the golden age of seafaring is far from over.
Originally a Royal Navy vessel built in 1943, she is steeped in history and has colorful characters around every corner. Having undergone a recent refurbishment, the Anne Judith II is fitted with modern amenities and conveniences to ensure total comfort when cruising Raja Ampat.
More than 1,500 wild islands, cays and shoals make up Raja Ampat’s 40,000 square kilometre area, which lies on northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula in Papua (New Guinea). Underwater, the marine habitats are among the most biodiverse in the world with 1,200 species of fish and 550 species of hard and soft coral.