Motor Yacht ĀKIKŌ Available in Australia & South Pacific
Ocean Alliance is proud to welcome the 34m motor yacht ĀKIKŌ, meaning 'far from home' to the charter market in Australia and the South Pacific. The new owners completed an extensive refit period with McMullen and Wing in New Zealand and Ocean Alliance and she is now available in pristine condition for expedition charters in the region.
The attention to detail reflected in the yacht’s interior and art collection make ĀKIKŌ an exceptional vessel with a colourful and warm theme throughout.
An expedition style motor yacht, ĀKIKŌ is versatile enough to enter small bays, anchor behind coral atolls or to take guests game fishing. Her luxurious design also won four prestigious prizes at the World Superyacht Awards after her launch in 2008.
ĀKIKŌ is based in Perth, Western Australia, and will be travelling the West Coast of Australia until the end of 2017. In 2018, she plans to cruise South-East Asia and the South Pacific (Fiji).
Australian Captain Ben Gillard joined ĀKIKŌ in Perth, having previously run several charter yachts including the popular 147ft Intermarine LADY M.
Length 34m (112ft)
Cabins 5 (Master on bridge deck, VIP on main deck, 1 x double, 2 x twin with bunk beds)
Built: 2007, Alloy Yachts (NZ)
Refit 2016/17 (McMullen and Wing, NZ)
Cruising speed 12 knots
1x Naiad 10.5m Twin Jet
2x 5.5m Barra boat (when in the Kimberleys
2x 3pers waverunners
2x kayaks, SUP, surfboards
Extensive fishing and spearfishing equipment
Scuba and snorkelling gear (sets for up to 10 guests, all BCDs brand new equipment)
The crew on board include qualified Dive Masters (Captain is a dive instructor) and Master Fisherman.
AVAILABILITY IN 2017
May – Aug The Kimberley, Western Australian Coast
September Coral Coast, Western Australia
Oct – Dec Perth, Abrolhos and Montebello Islands
Feb 2018 South-East Asia & South Pacific
Year-roun: USD 115,000 pw
*MYBA terms, 30% APA and local taxes apply
Please contact Laurie Foulon for all charter enquiries:
Tel: +61 424 599 889
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