- Type:Luxury Vessel
- Summary:Cruise your way around the stunning Indonesia archipelago
- Feature:Float in Aman style aboard this stylish 32-metre cruiser
- Rooms:3 Cabin Suites
- Location:Moyo Island ,
- Star rating:5 Star
- Nearest airport:Bali Ngurah Rai Airport
Location and transfer
Moyo Island can be reached by seaplane from Bali's International Airport, or via the nearby island of Lombok.
Operating from Aman's tented wilderness retreat on Moyo Island, guests will depart Amanwana in order to board the beautiful Amanikan coastal cruiser.
The luxury vessel is available for private charter and has three cabins.
- Rooms: 1
- Room View: 270 degree views
- Facilities: This vaulted and air-conditioned suite is located on the main deck and benefits from a king-size bed, sweeping 270 degree views and large private sun deck.
- Room View: Sea Views
- Facilities: The second cabin has a Queen bed, private balcony and incredible views.
- Room View: Sea views
- Facilities: This smaller cabin can have queen or twin beds and has a semi-private sun deck.
A dedicated Chef is available on board to cater for all dining requests - from candle-lit family dinners on the top deck, to more casual beach picnics or deliciously fresh seafood barbeques.
- Cuisine: Fresh seafood and tailored cuisine
- Setting: Various
- Dress Code: Casual
- Children's Menu: Yes
- Vegetarian Option: Yes
The expert crew includes a qualified diving instructor, with diving and snorkelling equipment provided for all guests. Two daily dives per person are included in the rates and guests can even take their PADI certification during their stay on board. With 450 species of reef coral and 1,200 species of fish, the sheer biodiversity is amazing and the volcanic underwater topography is home to some of the best dive sites in the world. From sea turtles and moray eels to puffer fish and spotted rays, guests will be thrilled by the unique marine spectacles - whether they choose to dive, paddle-board, enjoy kayaking or simply snorkel.
Amanikan affords adventurous guests an exceptional marine experience - a five night journey of discovery, sailing some of the most bio-diverse turquoise waters on the planet, passing a string of pristine islands and being fortunate enough to see the largest land-dwelling reptile in the world - the Komodo Dragon found on Komodo Island. Only two islands in the world, support the natural habitat of the prehistoric Komodo Dragon - an astonishing grey lizard which can grow to a lengthy 3 metres and weigh up to 166kg.