Spice Islands Sailing Adventure — October 2014

The Ombak Putih departs from Ambon on October 8 for 12 days of exploring spice plantations, VOC forts, Sultan’s Palaces, volcanic islands, remote villages, tropical reefs and just relaxing in the pristine waters of the Moluccas in Eastern Indonesia.
Eight of the cabins are already booked, which leaves four cabins and room for eight more voyagers ready to explore the Spice Islands with the tour guides from Sea Trek Sailing Adventures, and historian and author Ian Burnet.

The Ombak Putih is a classical ketch rigged Bugis Pinisi updated with air conditioned cabins and ensuite bathrooms. To enjoy the three minute video from the Spice Islands Sailing Adventure 2013, produced for Sea Trek Sailing Adventures and Ian Burnet Books please follow this link

To see voyage details and booking please go to Sea Trek Sailing Adventures


About ianburnet

Author of the book, Spice Islands. Which tells the History, Romance and Adventure of the spice trade from the Moluccas in Eastern Indonesia over a period of 2000 years. Author of the book, East Indies.Which tells the history of the struggle between the Portuguese Crown, the Dutch East India Company and the English East India Company for supremacy in the Eastern Seas. Author of the book 'Archipelago - A Journey Across Indonesia'. Author of the book 'Where Australia Collides with Asia' Author of the book 'The Tasman Map'. Author of the book 'Eastern Voyages'.
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2 Responses to Spice Islands Sailing Adventure — October 2014

  1. Jake Kemp says:

    Hello mate great bloog post

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