Bilikiki (Bilikiki)

The 125-foot MV Bilikiki can accommodate up to 20 passengers in 10 Deluxe Cabins with double bed and single bed plus en-suite bathroom. 

Although there can be stunning diving just beneath the boat, diving usually takes place from one of two tenders that shuttle divers back and forth to the mother ship. Don’t worry about trying to find the boat at the end of the dive - the boat will find you! Both boats describe their regime as ‘unlimited’ diving! Computer diving is encouraged to get the maximum profile from each dive. Divers can expect up to 5 dives each day, including night dives. Special consideration is given to underwater photographers. There are padded underwater camera tables available. Separate large rinse tanks are designated as camera-exclusive and 110 volt charging stations have been built into each boat.

The cuisine presented on board includes European, American and local Solomon Islands dishes. Fresh fruits and vegetables are purchased daily from local villagers who visit the boat.

Operates in:  Solomon Islands

Schedule:  Varies throughout the year from March to December.  Please contact us for departure dates.

Price: From about £3145 (US$4340, about €3617)


  • Return airport transfers
  • Accommodation on a twin/share basis with full board
  • Up to 4 or 5 dives daily, including night dives plus one or two dives on the last day.
  • Local taxes

Please note:  7, 10 and 14 night charters are also available

Please note:  Nitrox and government tourism taxes are extra

Single Occupancy Supplement: Please contact us.

Air Travel: Our in-house IATA ticket agency can arrange your air travel in connection with your holiday from a departure point anywhere in the world, or you may arrange your own air travel if you prefer. We can tailor-make your itinerary to your personal requirements, so if you would like to make a stop-over or two, make a side trip to some other destination, or travel business class rather than economy, we will be happy to assist. Please contact us about your air travel requirements.

Lunch is served in the shade of the rear deck (Image by Bilikiki)

Manta Ray (Image by Tanya G. Burnett)

Trumpetfish in Whip Coral (Image by Peter Pinnock)

Cabins on board Bilikiki are extremely spacious (Image by Bilikiki)

Dive through large schools of Jacks (Image by Monty and Michelle)

The playful kids in the Solomons love posing for photos! (Image by Bret Gilliam)

Bilikiki anchored up near a pristine island in the Solomons (Image by Bilikiki)

The Bilikiki has expansive dive decks (Image by Bilikiki)

Leru Cut is one of Bilikiki's more fascinating dives (Image by Steve Jones)

During your trip local people will visit in dugout canoes to sell vegetables (Image by Bilikiki)

Anemone Fish (Image by Peter Pinnock)

The Solomon Islands features regular, large schools of Jacks and Barracuda (Image by Steve Jones)

The islands are also famous for their WWII wrecks (Image by Steve Jones)

The top deck of Bilikiki is an ideal place to sunbathe and get a 'birds eye view' of the islands (Image by Bilikiki)

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