Aliikai is a 41m wooden Liveaboard that has been entirely refitted in Bali in 2019 -2020. Its keel was laid in the small village of Bulukumba, South Sulawesi in 2005. It took three years with the help of dozen of carpenters and finishers to complete the vessel.
Being used as an expedition boat for small groups or families around the lesser Sunda islands for almost 14 years, Aliikai began its transformation in November and is now awaiting you to continue to write its story.
Designed with an emphasis on space, privacy, and comfort, Aliikai boasts 7 generous cabins on three decks, an intimate and cozy lounge & dining room, a spacious sky deck, and a vast alfresco area on the main deck. Aliikai has plenty of lounge areas for everybody.
Aliikai is fitted with 7 cabins spread on its 3 decks. 2 master suites each featuring a large private terrace are located at the aft of the vessel. 2 double bed cabins with a sea view are located on the upper deck. Each of the 4 cabins is equipped with a king-size bed that can be split into 2 single beds and a great sea view through their windows of the breathtaking landscapes surrounding you at any time.
Two double bed cabins are located on the lower deck with queen size beds. A third cabin is located at the bow and is equipped with an additional sofa that can be transformed into a single bed.
All cabins are fitted with en-suite bathrooms, wardrobes, and remote AC.
Paying tribute to Aliikai’s rich and extensive Indonesian history, carefully selected items collected from the previous voyages will adorn the ship.
Aliikai’s Indoor Lounge and Dining area is an air-conditioned multiple-purpose space where guests can enjoy a meal or relax while taking refuge from the mid-day sun. The wrap-around windows give the interior lounge an airy, expansive feel while staying connected to the rugged landscape. Folder glass doors open to the covered Outdoor Lounge and Dining area where guests will enjoy al fresco dining under the stars and space to relax on one of the comfortable day beds and sofas.