There’s only one way to visit an extraordinary destination like Raja Ampat – aboard the unique Bigkanu.

The multi-hulled, shallow draft Bigkanu allows you to dock right next to the beaches, jetties, and rainforest of this unspoilt location. It has 9 cabins, 8 single and 1 twin/double for a total capacity of 10 passengers plus crew. There are 2 bathrooms, as well as a saltwater shower. By day there’s a big airy cabin, and at night the sliding concertina doors can be closed to create small private cabins for each guest.

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Boat features

Classification Trimaran
Total number of passengers 10
Total number of crew 4
Passenger to crew ratio 10:4
Regions Asia
12V USB ports
Sound system
Solar panels
Stand up paddle board
Kayak
Separate plumbing for salt water, drinking water & shower water
Cabins and communal areas are at water level
Length 24m
Width 12m
Decks 1
Speed 6.5 - 7 knots
Cruise speed 9.5 knots
Electricity 220V
G.T 17
Life rafts 1
Zodiacs 2
Safety VHF Radio, Radar, Satellite EPIRB, 20 person life-raft
Other Crew consists of a skipper, chef, host and an engineer

Cabin features

Located in a central communal area
Cabin can be closed off by sliding concertina doors
220v Power with universal adaptors
12v USB power

Deck plan

Bigkanu deck plan

Trips aboard the Bigkanu

Trip Name Days From USD
Raja Ampat Sailing Expedition

8

2605