Aqua Tiki II dive boat review
The 18 meters Aqua Tiki II operates as a liveaboard in Tahiti. Indeed, the beautiful sailing catamaran offers scuba diving cruises inside the Fakarava Biosphere reserve.
Boat Cabins & Layout
The Aqua Tiki II welcomes a maximum of 9 guests on-board. Plus, with only 2 divers booked, the departures are guaranteed. There are 5 cabins on the dive catamaran, allowing flexible accommodation options for you! First, there are 2 cabins with double beds and en-suite private bathroom. Secondly, there’s a VIP cabin as well as a twin shared cabin, each have a private en-suite facility. Lastly, there’s a single cabin which use the common bathroom and shower. Each cabin has limited air-conditioning available as well as a radio with audio plug-in.
Aqua Tiki II’s On-board Facilities
The cruising catamaran is lavishly decorated and furnished on the inside and outside. Indeed, the indoor dining area is all in white and natural tones, featuring cushion booth seating. The outdoor dining area is very much alike but allowing a great view over the picture perfect French Polynesia. Moreover, the indoor lounge area, next to the dining room, is perfect to read or watch TV. Plus, every evening you can get a refreshing cocktail from the bar and enjoy it comfortably.
Furthermore, the outside deck at the aft is covered and most meals are shared at the outdoor dining area. Plus, if you head to the bow, you’ll discover two giant nets which are to be enjoyed as a sundeck. It’s super cozy and offers plenty of space.
The Aqua Tiki II offers a very private scuba diving cruise and is quite different from other vessels in the area such as the French Polynesia Master. The most alike would be the other private catamaran, the Jambo. Indeed, they are similarly fitted and both allow only a small number of guests.
Scuba Diving with the Aqua Tiki II
There is plenty of room for fun and scuba diving on the Aqua Tiki II. Indeed, with one dive instructor supervising the scuba diving and water activities and a maximum of 8 divers on the cruise, it perfectly balances. The boat is equipped with all the latest navigation and safety equipment. Also, there’s a inflatable tender to take you right to the action-packed waters. Moreover, you can do wake boarding or take a kayak and explore the lagoons during your spare time.
Price starts at 3,239$US for a 8 days / 7 nights cruise – Fakarava
Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?
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