Whether you are a boat trip virgin or an Indo veteran, there really is no need to look beyond The Mentawai!
You couldn’t dream up the number of quality and varied reef sets ups if you tried.
There’s dozens and dozens of different waves to suit absolutely every level of surfer, whether you are a “Proper” fearless Indo tube charging demon, or a cruisy, single fin carving hipster, lady longboarder, or even semi beginner, there’s angled reef passes and waves for all, no shit!
The Kai Dua is basically a floating surf resort – that takes you to whatever waves your crew seek to surf. Its the premium big brother to highly regarded and great value Kai Satu.
The 75ft long charter boat is designed for chasing quality waves in comfort, at a highly affordable price. Even better, there is plenty of flexibility in where you take it (Mentawai or North), how long you go (from 9 – 12 nights) and how many surfers (8 – 12).
There’s ample room with 3 double cabins + 2 triple cabins (max. 12 guests), a modern living room with TV/DVD, eating area, and a large semi shaded top deck for relaxing and surfboards storage.
Importantly, all indoor areas are fully air conditioned, the boat cruises at a good speed (10 knots +) ensuring the crew will maximise your surf time.
Adi the chef is epic. Adi has carved out a reputation for the best fresh, wholesome and plentiful servings at meal time.
Everything that matters on a Mentawai boat trip is ticked off – speed, comfort, space, food, flexibility, service and safety.
Expect unlimited daily surfing and no shortage of beer for post surf socializing.
The Kai Dua is fully equipped with all navigation and safety equipment, including, radar, 2 GPS units with maps plotter, depth sounder, VHF and SSB radios, portable VHF radios, satellite phone, all the safety equipment (life-raft, life-jackets, EPIRB, very-lights, etc.) and a comprehensive first-aid kit.
The boat has SUP boards, fishing rods, snorkeling gear, yoga mats, and 2 dinghies with outboard engines for surfing support and surfing photography, fishing, access to the beaches, etc.