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Bilikiki Cruises

Bilikiki Cruises is the Solomon Islands' first liveaboard dive cruise, designed specifically for those wanting to experience as many of the Solomon Islands' unique dive sites. The Solomon Islands are home to some of the best reefs in the world and the diving is spectacular, diverse and colourful. There is not just one type of diving but an array of different habitats and ecosystems, there are pelagics and critters, wrecks, caves, amazingly healthy coral gardens, sand slopes, mangroves, walls and sea mounts.

MV Bilikiki is a large, stable and comfortable vessel offering just 10 cabins. Each cabin is configured to sleep a maximum of two persons and features air conditioning and an en-suite. Eight have a double bed and single bunk and two have twin single beds and no bunk. The ship itself features a large sundeck, spacious dive deck and a lounge for relaxing in after a day out exploring or underwater.

When not diving guests have the opportunity to visit local villages, spend time ashore at small uninhabitated islands, snorkel the many reefs and immerse themselves in the culture of the Solomon Islands. It is a cruise not to be missed!

Facilities

  • Photo room with rinse bins for photo gear
  • Camera tables
  • Desalinator
  • Nitrox System
  • Dive deck
  • Coffee station
  • Bar
  • Laundry
  • Sundeck
  • Swim platform

Additional Information

Check In: 4.00pm
Check Out: 8.00 am

Child Policy: Children under 12 years of age are not permitted on this cruise

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