Indonesia opens its borders, cruising yachts welcome again

Indonesia was recognised was always an attractive Asia Pacific cruising destination until the country shut down borders due to Covid-19. Now there’s good news for travellers as Asia Pacific Superyachts (APS) Indonesia
announces borders opening and “Entry to Indonesia for Foreign Nationals”.

The travel news update as of February 9, 2021 announced by Thomas Taatjes of APS Indonesia, explains further: “We are pleased to announce that the government has again opened up the borders to international travelers that are eligible, under a few different requirements”.

“The main requirement of interest to us is of those people with valid visit visas (Visa Kunjungan). These visas hold an index of 211. Recently these visas were changed to be represented in the form of an eVisa. Please note that this current regulation (allowing of foreigners to enter the country) is valid for 14 days from today (9 February 2021). This could be changed, extended or abolished in this time frame at any time.”

Those with a penchant for exploring and adventure will find nothing short of a cruising paradise and a rare opportunity in finding a favoured cruising destination reopening.

Asia Pacific Super Yachts: Indonesia

M.O.S.S Australia
West Systems
Jeanneau JY55
M.O.S.S Australia