This traditional Phinisi was built by the Bugis tribes of seafarers in South Sulawesi. It was built with tropical timbers and followed traditional methods from their ancestors. It was launched in 2001.
Caters to up to 16 passengers in 8 ensuite cabins. In the two cabins on the foredeck, each cabin has twin single bunk beds. The remaining six cabins are fitted with a double bed and a single bunk on top. Three gensets provide an all-around-the-clock 220 v electricity supply, with two-pin European standard sockets. Ondina is currently based in Sorong, from where she operates different routes in Raja Ampat, Cenderawasih Bay, North Banda Sea, Triton Bay, and Halmahera.