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General Information

  • Construction: Steel
  • Length: 125 feet
  • Breadth: 24 feet
  • Voltages: 415 V three-phase, 240 V single-phase (Australian style), 110 V charging outlets (US style)
  • Tonnage: 280
  • Full safety equipment
  • Main Engine: 350 HP 3406 Turbo Charged Caterpillar Diesel
  • Generators: 2 x 130kW
  • Cabins: 10 staterooms all with private baths and air conditioning
  • Special Features: large screen ultra HD TV, nitrox system, desalinator, large camera tables, separate rinse bins for photo gear, separate photo room


The Bilikiki has 10 deluxe cabins, eight with a double bed and single bunk and two with twin single beds and no bunk (cabins #1 & 2). All cabins have air conditioning and a private bath. There is a large sundeck, comfortable lounge and camera area and spacious dive deck. Her large size and a hull that was built for South Pacific seas are two main reasons why guests from around the world still say that it is one of the most spacious and comfortable vessels that they have travelled on.

Deck Plan

Note: Deck plan, cabin arrangements, and cabin amenities are subject to change by ship operator. Deck plan diagrams are not drawn to scale.