The ESPN review is titled, “Onboard Indo’s Ultimate Surf Charter,” and Men’s Journal writes “Luxury Surf Safari.” With that introduction, it is no surprise that the Pelagic is the Mentawai choice of the surf industry heavyweights and pro surfers. She has hosted the who’s who of the industry over the years. The Pelagic is a 66-foot, fully air conditioned Cadillac of surf vessels, outfitted for high-speed cruising. Designed and built in Western Australia, launched in 2002, the boat has been roaming the Indonesian seas ever since. The Pelagic has well-earned their reputation for putting the world’s best surfers in the world’s best surf.
The boat’s performance is matched only by her luxury and wide range of amenities. Your opportunities are maximized by twin turbo diesel 680-horsepower Yanmar engines, a cruising speed of 20 knots, and a range of over 900 nautical miles. The twin-keeled, mono-hull design was developed in the extreme waters off the coast of Western Australian and gives the highest level of seaworthiness. The tender is an 18ft skiff with 50hp outboard for sipping you into the line-up or trips to the beach, and there is a wave runner/jet ski as well.
The Pelagic sleeps up to 14 guests. The wheelhouse has a Queen bed and a twin. Below deck are 4 rooms, each with 2 beds per room totaling 2 queens and seven twins. All rooms and the salon have AC and 2 full size bathrooms are located on the aft deck. The salon has Bose surround sound along with a 50 inch flat screen TV there is a DVD Player and CD player. Opposite the TV is a full wrap around lounge seating for 8.
The experienced captain and crew take care of your every need and make sure you’re in the right spot at the right time in safety and style. The professional chef cooks up a storm of western favorites such as burgers and pastas, as well as Asian-fusion and Indonesian cuisine. Gourmet healthy meals are served 3 times a day on-board the Pelagic and you are guaranteed to never be hungry with Snacks and fruit available throughout the day.
Other activities include snorkeling, game fishing, local village visits, island exploring and tow-in’s</p>