The Myth & Ondinesia

Ondine, Ondyne, Undeen, Undene, Undine, Ondina a beautiful Water Spirit


The word is from the Latin “unda”, meaning “wave” or “water.” Nymph from the Mythology. Undine is a mythological figure of European tradition, a water nymph who becomes human when she falls in love with a man but is doomed to die if he is unfaithful to her. Derived from the Greek figures known as Nereids, attendants of the sea god Poseidon, Undine was first mentioned in the writings of the Swiss author Paracelsus, who put forth his theory that there are spirits called “undines” who inhabit the element of water.

 

Ondinesia

Ondina, such a beautiful name, such a nice boat and such an amazing country like Indonesia deserved the most stunning images and that is exactly what the amazing videographers Bruno Vanherck and Tommy Vuylsteke did to express our philosophy and our Cruise Manager’s, Ricard Buxó, approach to Indonesia and its unerwater world. You cannot miss it!
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