Sean Paquito II

  • type : schooner
  • length : 128 ft.
  • capacity : 8 passengers
  • specials : luxury, classic sailing vessel, SCUBA,snorkeling

Sean Paquito II is a 128' schooner that accommodates up to 16 guests in 8 cabins.

The schooner Sean Paquito is a modern rendition of a traditional Grand Banks Schooner that is available for charters throughout Indonesia and Thailand. Despite being a modern vessel, Sean Paquito II has quite a history: She was sailed across the Pacific to star in the film 'Sea Wolf', by Jack London. And more recently, Sean Paquito II was loaded with rice and medical supplies to be utilized as a relief vessel after the tsunami of 2004, bring comfort to thousands of stranded Indonesians. She has now returned to sailing the still-pristine waters of Southeast Asia, and specializes in adventure charters.

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Destinations

Thailand and Malaysia

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This beautiful region, located east of Burma and South of China and Laos provides extraordinary sights for visitors and exceptional experiences for divers. For nature lovers there are remote jungles, pristine beaches and tropical islands to explore. If you like spending your time underwater, the coral reefs provide a fantastic view into the marine world. Puttaya, Phuket and Similan Islands are just some of the places in Thailand which draw divers from all regions of the globe.


Indonesia

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With over 17,000 islands, Indonesia is the largest archipelago on Earth, and stretches the distance of the continental U.S. and Alaska. While exploring Indonesia you may relax on brilliant beaches, see volcanoes and snow capped peaks, or wonder at the fantastic coral reefs. The best way to gain access to many of these special places is by boat, which makes Indonesia ideally suited for adventure cruises.