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 Indonesia - General Info

Time Zone

UTC + 7 in the West Zone (Java, West & Central Kalimantan, Sumatra)

UTC + 8 in Central Zone (South & East Kalimantan, Bali, Sulawesi)

UTC + 9 in East Zone (Maluku, Irian Jaya)

Electrical Supply

Voltage: 127/230 V*

Frequency: 50 Hz

Money

Indonesian rupiah (Rp) of 100 sen.

Credit cards are rarely accepted. ATMs are in many places, but generally have a low withdrawl limit.

Communications

International Dialing Code for Indonesia is +62.

A cheap Telekomsel dongle will give you high speed Internet access in the most obscure places.

Mobile phone Sims are also very cheap and international calls were very reasonable.

SE Asia Cruisers Net
THIS NET IS NO LONGER OPERATIONAL.

Transport

In some towns there are very cheap communal buses ("bemos").

Taxis are rare, but you can usually hire a car with a driver.

"Ojeks" (motorcycle taxis) are everywhere and are useful for getting them to run errands e.g. get petrol or deliver water.

It is not advisable to drive (or ride) yourself - accidents are common.

Diplomatic Missions

Events

http://fremantlebali.com.au/
A race/rally from Freemantle (Australia) to Bali

http://www.darwinambonrace.com.au/
A race/rally from Darwin (Australia) to Ambon

Bali's Galungan/Kuningan Ceremonies
One of the most significant festivals in the Balinese calendar which repeat on a 210 day calendar year.
Sail BIMP-EAGA
Exploring Equator-Asia
Annual programme of four yacht cruises designed to highlight the cultural attractions and amazing biodiversity of Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Started 2009. Detailed rally info. on website.
Sail Indonesia
Annual Sailing Rally that departs Darwin mid-July. Three month program of linked events across Indonesia that are supported by the Indonesian Central Government and the Local Government Centres at the destinations visited. Check website for details. 2013 is the rally's 13th year and has 90 yachts entered.
Sail Maluku
Held annually in mid-August, started in 2011. 2014 Welcoming Ceremony in Ambon 28th August. Feeder events from Australia; 12th July starting point from Cairns, and 23rd July from Darwin. In Ambon enjoy cultural activities, gala dinner, tours etc. Assistance with all paperwork and permits.
Sail Raja Ampat
First rally took place in June/July 2014. See report for more details.
The Sail Sangihe and Raja Ampat 2014 Rally
Organised by the Indonesian Government. Following the success of Sail Morotai 2012, and Festival Derawan 2013 (the rally gets renamed every year), this year's rally departs from Davao, Philippines and cruises around the Raja Ampat islands in West Papua, Indonesia.
Free registration (costs of CAIT, custom guarantee and other relevant permits are courtesy of the Indonesian Government). The Holiday Oceanview marina in Davao also offers 2 weeks of free in-water dockage prior to the rally.
Start of the rally will be on 3 Sept morning with sailing by Davao City.
6-12 Sept: Sangihe > CIQP and festivities
15-18 Sept: Morotai > Free program
21-25 Sept: Waisai (Raja Ampat) > Festivities and free program
Early registration recommended.

Emergencies

Police - dial 110

Fire Service - Dial 113

Medical Emergency Services - Dial 118

Publications

Cruising Guide to Southeast Asia Volume II, Stephen Davies & Elaine Morgan

Cruising the Tanimbar Islands of Eastern Indonesia
By Jan Carter
To Purchase Email: jancarter18@hotmail.com
Further information and an extract from the book can be seen at jancarter18.blogspot.com.
This 88-page book has been written by Jan Carter and is for sailors who intend to cruise in this area as well as those interested in learning about this area. The book contains information about Tanimbarese culture and history, craft, forestry and birdlife. It also includes information about 16 anchorages, food, health, trading, prices, availability of water and visa information. The book includes a six-page English/Indonesian ‘sailing terms’ dictionary, more than 90 photos and six maps.

Southeast Asia Cruising Guide Vol II (Indonesia, East Timor, Singapore, West Thailand, Papua New Guinea)
By Stephen Davies and Elaine Morgan
Publisher - Imray - end Edition (2008)
ISBN 9781846230424
This is the first of the two-volume set of the Southeast Asia Cruising Guide to reach a second edition. It is the only guide that covers the entire length and breadth of a region frequently visited by round-the-world sailors, many of whom leave Australia to head west. This edition concentrates on the most frequented routes and includes the most popular stops. There are hundreds of possible anchorages, brief details of the most popular are usefully summarised in tables. Introductory sections cover planning and the last part of the book deals with more general topics including advice on provisioning and on problems that are often faced by cruisers.

101 Anchorages Within the Indonesian Archipelago
By Geoff Wilson
Published by Red and White Publishing (October 2007)
ISBN 9789791008051
Contact Siti Farahsanti farah@afterhoursgroup.com
Good for armchair planning. Maps are basic (no soundings) but helpful anchoring comments included.

Indonesia Ministry of Tourism Webpage

Bali.com

http://www.lavalontouristinfo.com/
Island Information Website for the East Nusa Tenggara Province (East of Bali from Flores to West Timor). Recommended by cruisers.

Anchorages in Indonesia & Malaysia (2010)
http://www.dellandpeter.com/
SY Pacific Express have recorded the Lat and Longs of all their anchorages with comments.

Anchorages in Western Sumatra (2009)

Cruising Guide – Singapore to Darwin via Borneo and the Molucca Islands of Indonesia - by SV Carillon (2007-8)
http://www.yachtcarillon.net/notes-Indonesia.html
This route took Steve and Lyn on Carillon, a Tayana 48, a year to complete, however could easily be done in 6 months. 

Cruising Guide to Indonesia by SV Ocelot (2006)
http://svocelot.com/Cruise_Info/Indian/Indonesia_Cruising.htm
Whilst the information on this blog is from several years ago, it is still very useful for those intending on cruising Indonesia and covers anchorages from Kupang, Timor, Indonesia, through Bali and Kalimantan (Borneo) to Singapore. Plus downloadable track files in both MaxSea (.ptf) format and in OpenCPN (.gpx) format.

Indonesia to Australia, Cruising in Company
Page on the Sail Indonesia website where boats returning from Indonesia to Australia can post their details if the wish to meet up with other yachts doing the same thing.

Update History

July 2014: Customs, Immigration and clearance checked/updated.
April 2013: Inconsistency of PIB requriement reported by Behan of SV Totem and confirmed by Ruth of Isle Marine Services.
April 2013: Checking in and out updates from Jonathan Rodriguez-Atkatz of S/Y ARIANA.
February 2013: Update from Robert Melanson re new CAIT application procedure.
October 2012: Customs updated with information about spares from Alison & Greg of SY Rex 1.
September 2012: All links checked and updated.
September 2012: Formalities tidied up and latest info. added with information from Ray La Fontaine, Gini of SV Marquesa and Ruth of Isle Marine Services, Bali.
September 2012: Latest fees for "Sosbud" visa (obtained in PNG) passed on by Gini of SV Marquesa, plus agent fees.
July 2012: Clarification on required paperwork received from David Woodhouse of Sail Indonesia

Noonsite welcomes information and updates especially regarding clearance, customs and immigration procedures from cruisers visiting this country. Please E-mail noonsite with any new information, updates or corrections. Even just a short email confirming that the current data is accurate would be most helpful.

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Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Nov 25, 2013 03:35 PM

"Gifts" or Bribes

We have now cruised in Indonesia twice for 3 months on each occasion and have never been asked for a gift or a bribe by any official or anyone.

We have offered money where a service has been carried out for us and have probably paid a bit too much for fuel where it has been brought and carried for us, hardly a bribe. We have given goods to locals where they were obviously poor such as an old dive mask and even a very old pair of binoculars on one occasion but equally we have been given fish and coconuts with no expectation of payment. It is not a bad idea to have some sweets handy for the kids and if you are feeling generous beer and cigarettes are what most of the fisherman want although I usually point out that they are Muslim ...and they look a bit sheepish! We carry a variety of goods as giveaways, including fishing line and hooks, toothbrushes and soap, condensed milk, coffee in sachets, various canned goods etc and these are well received.We do however usually try to make it a “trade” even if the trade is only that we are allowed to take their photograph...which in any case they like.

However we have never been asked for any sort of financial inducement but have been entertained to dinners and even on two occasions were asked to family events...one a wedding breakfast and one a circumcision celebration! The more remote the venue the greater the welcome and you will be continually asked if you mind having your photo taken. The welcome can be a bit too much sometimes but most Indonesians can take a hint that it is time for you to sleep, eat or, we are told an effective excuse, is that it is time to pray.

Chris
SY Gryphon 2

svpelican
svpelican says:
Feb 27, 2014 05:36 AM

Don't bother attempting to get anything freighted to Jayapura from overseas. Waste of money & time. I ordered a new anchor winch motor from Defender US and paid for priority international FEDEX to be deliverd to main post office here. Cost $170 then when it had not arrived found that Fedex agent in Jakarta had not informed me of the Customs charges. I paid these ($140) and sent copy of receipt by email. It took 3 days and numerous phone calls to so called customer service to get them to acknowledge receipt of payment. They promised package would be in JP the following day but no. Package is now in Sulawesi office but this morning told that it wpould take maybe one week to get here in JP. Now they say I have to pay MORE money to get it here and not sure when!!! Customer service refuses to put me through to management and manager does not answer multiple emails. Manager is "sick, at lunch, not here yet" and will call back but never does.
I have called Defender in US but they say it is Fedex problem. I have emailed Fedex but no reply. DO NOT USE FEDEX FOR PACKAGES TO WEST PAPUA. jAYAPURA would rank as one of the worst places to be stuck in Indo - heavy traffic, smog and over powering police & military presence.

Feelhip
Feelhip says:
Mar 11, 2014 09:03 AM

Pork and beef can be found everywhere in Indonesia, may be not in deep country villages.... Beef in Bali (Hindu) is either local or imported from Australia.Pork is generally available in super-market and conditioned in plastics bags to avoid contact by Muslim people.
Bali marina is a mess. I leaved in Bali for 5 years and I have seen this "marina"getting worst and worst by every month.

Daniel Baydreamer
Daniel Baydreamer says:
Mar 20, 2014 08:29 PM

Hi!

I am wondering about the seasons in Indonesia! Is it possible to sail in Indonesia during the cyclone season in South Pacific? Possible to sail directly from Fiji to Indonesia and continue up north towards Thailand during the cyclone season?

Dana Fowlkes
Dana Fowlkes says:
May 27, 2014 05:06 PM

Coming into Indonesia from the southeast (Darwin) needs to be completed by the end of November. The Arufura sea between Darwin and Timor can be nasty as the cyclone season approaches. Once north of Timor, Flores etc the northwesterly winds will make the sailing a bit rough between late November until April, but at least safe from cyclones. As you get north of the equator the winds become more favorable for heading on to Thailand as the northeast monsoon winds will be coming across the Malay peninsula.

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