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The Story of EcoXplorer

EcoXplorer is re-build with purpose and mission to Eastern Indonesia local and indegenous communities to protect the natural ecosystem. 100% profit from what you pay will be used to support those efforts including for social services such as basic health and education in Eastern Indonesia managed by EcoNusa Foundation. Previously named “Inbekwan” and used for marine patrol manage by TNC and CI in Raja Ampat. The Imbekwan Boat donated to EcoNusa Foundation and rebuild in Bira, South Sulawesi in 2020 till January 2022. Imbekwan is rebuild with a new design of Phinisi-shaped ship which is the original heritage of the Bugis Tribe. In May 2022 she start set sail with a new name EcoXplorer. She is welcomed and blessed with traditional ritual by the elders of Moi Tribe, an indigenous community in Sorong.

Your experience is our top priority, and we are committed to providing only the highest quality products to be found by cultivating long-term trusting relationships with each of our clients.

By pursuing experience and knowledge about the natural environment forming ecosystems and biodiversity, EcoXplorer offers an ecotourism service for an adventure voyage incorporating wild tourism. We sail to Halmahera, Seram, Banda Sea, Forgotten Island, Cendrawasih Bay, Raja Ampat, and Triton Bay.


Cenderawasih Bay

Cenderawasih Bay is a the largest marine national park in Indonesia, from Wondama Bay to Nabire West Papua.

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is a super sought after area of Papua, particularly for avid scuba divers and leisure-seekers.

Banda Sea

Sail through the historically vibrant hub of the ancient spice trade and some of the world’s deepest seas.

Triton Bay

Hidden gem that features wonderful scuba experiences in uncrowded locations, that are well off the beaten track.


Located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, Halmahera and its marine ecosystems are rich in biodiversity.


A Living on board trip will promise an endless extraordinary experience with the natural beauty to be found. Travel through the Coral Triangle, known for its fantastic coral reefs and many species, as well as some of the world’s most remote and untouched islands, marine areas that hold abundant marine potential. Take off with our dive instructors from our water sports deck and learn to dive or take a relaxing snorkel. Fishing equipment is also provided, along with a retractable buoy for easy fun.


It has safety, navigation, and communication facilities, including two supporting 80HP speed boats according to international standards. The ship independently produces fresh water by distilling seawater into fresh water. Research, Training, and Public Awareness support facilities, drones for forest monitoring, diving equipment, and mobile data centers are included on the ship. Education support facilities include video, a library, and other educational tools and equipment.

Spacious open space for training and meetings, including a sun deck. Convertible dining room for public health service and minor surgery facilities. It also has a storage warehouse that can transport commodities produced by the community to the nearest port or market.

It consists of five cabins with a capacity of 12 Guest. 10 Crew on board to make sure safety and comfort. This ship is equipped with 8 bathrooms/toilets in each cabin. Accommodation will provide comfort for our guests, social and environmental workers, and medical and educators volunteers. 

Precious Adventure in Eastern Indonesia

EcoXplorer invites you to explore oceans, coasts, mangroves, and small islands where humans and nature coexist in a culture that supports each other for ecosystem sustainability. We invite you to be part of the effort to protect what is most precious and left in the world, the most culturally diverse regions, the most diverse coral triangles, the spice islands where world trade began, and the untouched forests, the home to birds Paradise.