Patagonia Xpress Bali

Bali’s most luxurious fleet of fast boats transporting passengers to exotic tropical island destinations

Our high speed aluminium passenger boats PX01 and PX02 are designed and built by Pt Citra Shipyard Batam with each vessel being 33.75 meters long and 6 meters wide.

PX01 carries 182 passengers

PX02 carries 190 passengers

Both our vessels provide comfortable air conditioned down stairs seating and upstairs there is ample sun deck space which makes our luxurious fast boats your ideal choice for traveling between Bali and neighboring islands.

Unique to PX02 are customized sun lounges to enjoy some sunbathing during your journey.

Patagonia Xpress 01 and 02 are built to International safety standards with good stability and complete safety equipment including life jackets, life raft and fire extinguishers.

Our experienced and certified Captains, Cruise Directors and Crew will endeavor to provide a positive experience in terms of customer satisfaction.

Our vessels are equipped with GPS and AIS technology and ship to shore radio with DSC.

For you to enjoy a comfortable journey across the Badung or Lombok Strait our air conditioned cabins are equipped with four 32” flat screen TVs to view our on board movie program, luxurious seating in our large salon space, free WIFI, drinks and snacks available to purchase and modern toilets.

Our on line booking system makes it easy for you to book a seat and receive your boarding voucher and we have friendly staff assigned at each destination ¬ Benoa Harbour, Padang Bai, Gili Trawangan, Gili Air, Bangsal, Lombok & Nusa Penida to assist you during the boarding process.

To complement our fast boat service we have a fleet of HIACE and APV vehicles to transfer you to and from our ports in Bali at strategic meeting points in Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, Sanur, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua and Ubud.

Most importantly we have Insurance coverage.

From the team at Patagonia Xpress, we look forward to welcoming you aboard!

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