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Although it takes its name from the Indonesian expression "New World", it is surely the old world that is remembered by Dunia Baruís exterior design. Surprisingly traditional while at the same time visibly opulent, the dark hull and impressive rigging make it a spectacle both day and night when it is fully illuminated.The interiors are a masterpiece of carpentry, all its fixtures and furnishings have been meticulously finished to a demanding standard, and the materials have been made from a number of internationally recognized places. Oriented around a convenient layout, areas like the open-style kitchen and deck are filled with subtle touches like intricate wood fabrics and immaculate panels.Guests can sit in a single master cabin or six double suites, Dunia Baru in fact, is able to accommodate up to fourteen guests. A spacious area is furnished above the bridge and serves as an observation deck for ocean views when traveling. In the evening, the main lounge offers a range of entertainment options for guests of all ages.The ship is a perfect synthesis of tradition and modern thought. Itís definitely unlike any other ship weíve ever seen.
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