Read how Emperor Harmoni takes shape with master boat builders + photos of her being built

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Emperor Harmoni is a 48m traditional Phinisi hull that has been adapted to hold two main engines and, because of the clever design, has increased deck space and stability by removing the need for masts and sailing rigs.

She starts operating from July 2020 in Komodo and will go on to cruise the majestic archipelago of Indonesia, taking in world famous hot spots such as Raja Ampat, Komodo National Park and the Banda Sea.

With her state of the art navigation and safety systems and design incorporated into the hull, Emperor Harmoni, like her name, brings a truly harmonious marriage of modern and traditional features.

Built by renowned Pak Haji Wahab, known to many as the champion of the Bugis Phinisi craftsmen, he is responsible for the construction of many of the most famous names in Indonesian liveaboard vessels including Emperor Indonesia’s own, Emperor Raja Laut.

As Emperor Harmoni takes shape, we’ll be bringing you the ‘inside story’ on her interior design, how the Emperor team sourced 50 year old teak wood from derelict houses and how she will deliver the WOW factor and some. Plus more photos so you can follow her transformation into a striking liveaboard.

Meet Emperor Harmoni here



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