Blue Water Express III
Fast Boat Gili
Check live seat availability, book and receive e-tickets immediately for fast boat tickets on the left of this page. Blue Water Express operates 1 or 2 daily return fast boat services between Bali and Lombok / the Gilis.
This service originates in Serangan Harbor (Bali), handling the express route in high season from Serangan to Lombok and Gili Trawangan only. In July 2014, Blue Water Express III will be replaced by the newest addition to the BWEX fleet: The 65 seater Blue Water Express VII.
Free Hotel Transfers
Hotel transfers are included in the price for the following areas: Kuta, Seminyak, Legian, Sanur, Denpasar, Airport, Umulas, Canggu (as far as the Canggu club), Kerobokan, Petitenget, Tanjung Benoa, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua. Hotel pick up time is approximately 1 - 1 1/2 hours before departure time.
For pickup outside the aforementioned free areas, payment of the transfer can be made on the day of travel. The costs of pickups from outside the free areas for the Serangan departure are per car (based on max 4 persons):
Pecatu, Belangan, Uluwatu, Dreamland - 170,000rps
Tanah Lot, Ubud Central, Ubud Sayan, Taro, Tegallalang ,Kedewatan - 230,000rps
Fast Boat Schedule - Please click on the map to view the boat schedule
Note: This journey is not recommended for pregnant women, people with heart or back problems, or infants under 2 years.
The BlueWater Express III was launched in March 2009. This vessel has been designed specifically to handle the waters between Bali and Lombok. The boat is due to be replaced in July 2014 with the latest addition to the fleet, the 65 capacity state-of-the-art Blue Water Express VII. BWEX III will then become the reserve vessel on this route during high season.
Length : 14.85 m
Beam : 3.4 m
Top Speed : 45 knot (80km/h)
Cruising Speed : 30-35 knot (53 – 60km/h)
Engines : x4 Suzuki 250hp
Passengers : 30
Crew : 4
Safety equipment and Facilities
- 4 x 10 man life rafts, with hydrostatic release and manual release; these automatically inflate if the boat sinks, or can be operated manually
- EPIRB: Electronic Position Indicating Radio Beacon. When immersed in water the EPIRB automatically sends an SOS signal via satellite to the authorities, informing name of vessel and precise location. Continues to send signal for up to three days
- SOLAS standard life jackets for all passengers and crew
- Full set of distress flares in accordance with regulations
- GPS Navigational system
- Marine VHF ship-to-shore radio
- 4 throw rings
- Electric flushing toilet
- Spacious sun-deck on roof
Online Bookings and Payment now available on GiliBookings.com