Mona Lisa, Indonesia
Built in 1996 and totally refitted in 2006 the Mona Lisa is a traditionally crafted Phinisi Schooner made of iron and teak wood. At 33 meters (110 ft.) long and 7 meters (23 ft.) wide she easily accommodates a maximum of only 12 guests in her four double/ twin bed cabins, and two twin bed cabins. All of the cabins are furnished with individually controlled air conditioning, finished in warm teak wood, and have en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold water.
To accommodate her 12 guests there is an outdoor seating area for relaxing and dining, as well as air-conditioned indoor lounge equipped with TV and DVD. The indoor lounge is great for viewing your photos and video, or exploring the library of marine and general interest books. For relaxing in the evening sea breeze, watching the sunset over the Flores Sea, or brushing up on your tan there is also an outdoor sundeck on the upper most level.