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Max 20 guests
 
WWII Dive Wrecks
 
Up to 5 dives a day
 
Great for underwater photographers
 
Traditional village trip
 
NITROX Available

MV Bilikiki

Pioneered liveaboard diving in the Solomon Islands with the MV Bilikiki.

M/V Bilikiki sailed its first full service luxury liveaboard in 1989 and was one of the first in the world to offer private shower and toilet facilities in every cabin. The M/V Bilikiki is the sister ship to Spirit of Solomons with the only difference being in the accommodation and deck layout. This is a luxury boat with ten double and twin, fully air conditioned cabins each with its own private bathroom. Taking twenty passengers, M/V Bilikiki pioneered li...
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M/V Bilikiki sailed its first full service luxury liveaboard in 1989 and was one of the first in the world to offer private shower and toilet facilities in every cabin. The M/V Bilikiki is the sister ship to Spirit of Solomons with the only difference being in the accommodation and deck layout. This is a luxury boat with ten double and twin, fully air conditioned cabins each with its own private bathroom. Taking twenty passengers, M/V Bilikiki pioneered liveaboard diving in the Solomon Islands and has a reputation as being among the best in the world. Her large size and hull was built for the South Pacific seas and are two main reasons why guests from around the world say that M/V Bilikiki is on one of the most spacious and comfortable vessels they have travelled on.

Throughout your journey onboard the M/V Bilikiki you will see the walls, reefs, pinnacles and coral gardens of the Solomon Islands with an amazing variety and quantity of sea creatures. There are many varieties of fish that divers describe as staggering, schools of angel fish, butterfly fish, parrot fish and other reef dwellers can be seen within a few yards of each other. Just a short distance away school of barracuda and other pelagics cruise in the blue waters.

The 13 crew members aboard the M/V Bilikiki are knowledgeable and very experienced with the diving around the Solomon Islands. They are very friendly and are there to answer any questions or queries you may have. What better way to finish off your trip by visiting a local village and getting the chance to look and purchase handmade carvings and baskets. A village visit is arranged at least once on every trip to give divers an opportunity to meet the islanders and experience their traditional culture.

Photography

Film Processing
Separate rinse bins for photo gear
Large camera tables
E-6 Colour processing (when chemicals available)


Dive routes include : Solomon Island Safari