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GILI CAT Enterprise

Gili Cat is a fiberglass catamaran built in Australia to international survey standard. Our 12.00 m vessel is powered by twin Suzuki 250hp four stroke engines and capable of cruising comfortably at 30 knots. We seat 16 passengers under cover. We get you there in the minimum time, and as dry as when you stepped on the boat. There is ample room to stow luggage and each passenger is allowed a two bags. We have the latest in safety features and equipment, and a SOLAS standard life preserver for every passenger.  Characteristics and facilities on board: fuel capacity 1400 lt, range 450 miles, toilet, radar, GPS, depth sounder, ship-to-shore radio, life raft (capsule), life preservers (SOLAS), fire extinguisher, EPIRB
Safety Features

Gilicat was built in Australia by Noosa Cat to the highest standards using the latest materials and technology. It is compliant with and has been issued with a Passenger Ship Safety Certificate (PSSC) and International Safety Management System, Ships Management Certificate (SMC) .

The Safety Equipment on board includes:

  • Certified 25 man Life Raft
  • 20 adult and 5 child’s Life Jackets, SOLAS approved and imported from Australia
  • 2 Life Rings fitted with Emergency Lights
  • Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) GME
  • Radar, Furuno
  • Global Positioning System and Plotter (GPS) Furuno
  • Depth Sounder, Furuno
  • VFH Radio, Icom
  • 2 Dry Powder 4.5 kgs Fire Extinguishers

GILI CAT Schedule

We offer daily departures from our dedicated facility in Padang Bai direct to Gili Trawangan and Teluk Kode. Estimated time at sea is 80 minutes, contingent upon weather conditions.

If your staying in the south of Bali, no problem! We offer free of charge transfers from the Sanur and Kuta area to Padang Bai and back. Driving time is approximately 1 hr. And for your luggage, we have porters at all our points of departure and arrival at no extra cost to you!

Why GILI CAT start from Padang Bai

As Marine Tourism professionals with extensive experience operating vessels in and around the Badung and Lombok Strait and Eastern Indonesia, we have an excellent understanding of this seaway and a healthy respect for the ocean.  While the route between Benoa and Lombok can often offer a smooth and enjoyable passage, just as often, it can be less than ideal. As experienced seaman, we understand that a smooth sea passage on a sunny morning is a real pleasure, however we also understand that a less than ideal crossing is far from the image most people have of their journey between two islands.


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