Star Clippers: A Look at the Bali Eastbound Route on the Star Clipper, Satonda
| July 19, 2017

Guests woke to a leisurely breakfast and mast climbing on Wednesday morning. ‎The afternoon was spent in Satonda island.

Satonda is a tiny uninhabited island formed millions of years ago by an eruption which rocked the sea bed at 1000 m and projected volcanic rock upwards to a height of 289 meters above sea level. The eruption is said to be the largest and most devastating in human history. Satonda is surrounded by beautiful coral reefs with a large variety of tropical fish.

Guests enjoyed beach time, water sports and snorkeling this afternoon.

Insider tip: Take the short walk to the lake  for beautiful views.

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