AKIKO 34m | 111.6ft | Alloy Yachts NZ


AKIKO’s true gift is time away from the rush of the world to enjoy a journey of discovery with friends and family.

With slick, strong exterior lines this beautiful superyacht is made to explore. AKIKO offers a sumptuous adventure platform to the Australian experiential charter market. Built by Alloy Yachts, AKIKO was first launched in 2007 and went on to pick up five major honours at the 2008 World Superyacht Awards.

Previously named VvS1 (after a grade of diamonds), she was proudly introduced to the Australian charter market following an extensive refit in New Zealand in 2016-2017. Spacious living areas lead to full height windows dare the passing views to vie for your attention with the impeccably decorated interior. AKIKO is versatile enough to enter small bays, anchor behind coral atolls or for game fishing over submarine reefs.

The warm colours of Australia accent an interior which is at once strikingly-modern, and invitingly-luxurious. A generous owner’s suite stretches full beam across the main deck, and 4 additional guest cabins complete the accommodation, with room for up to 10 live-aboard guests housed in vibrant, individual spaces.

AKIKO delivers an opportunity to revel in spending time with the ones you love most: adventures in the Kimberley and the Wild Wild Coast of Western Australia.

Welcome on board

Main Salon - Details of the Aboriginal artworks
Main Salon Dining Table
The Open Galley is situated upon entering the Main Salon, and also offers access to the Main Deck for casual dining on high stools.

Watching the world go by

Main Salon Lounge - Forward
Library and large TV Screen
Large Sofa Lounges to watch the continuously evolving seascapes
Walking through towards the Guests' Lobby

Guests Accommodation

Guests Lobby
VIP Cabin, forward of the Main Deck Lobby
Double Cabin, on the Lower Deck
Double Cabin, looking aft
2 x Twin Cabin with Bunk Beds, accommodating 3 Guests each

The Secluded Master Cabin

Master Cabin, located on the Bridge Deck. King-size facing forward.
Master Cabin Ensuite
Master Cabin Ensuite looking aft

A Vibrant Art Gallery

Melanesian Wood Carvings
Pacific-infused Artworks
Soft Details
Stunning aboriginal patterns

Eyes over the horizon


Fully equipped for adventures

The main aft deck complete with barbecue and large freezers for fishing

Built | 2007, Refitted in 2016-2017

Shipyard | Alloy Yachts (NZ). Refitted by McMullen & Wings (NZ)

Length | 34m (111.6ft) Beam | 7.8m (25ft) Draft | 2.3m (7.5ft)

Guests | Sleeping: 10

Accommodation | 5 Cabins (Master, VIP, 1 Double, 2 Twin with bunk beds - triple cabins)

Crew | Captain Adam Virik + 5

In addition, a Local Guide is part of the crew for charters in the Kimberley.

Cruising Speed | 10-13 Knots


ākikō has a very extensive inventory of watersports, diving and fishing equipment; watersports and toys will vary depending on the cruising location of the charter.

[on Australian trips] 1 x 7.5m Smuggler RIB Tender, 2 x 5.5m Barra boats, 2 x 3pers waverunners; on request only: 1 x 10m Naiad RIB

[all destinations include] 2 x Apollo AV-2 Evolution Scooters (brand new), 2 x kayaks, 1 x inflatable SUPs, surfboards, extensive fishing/spearfishing equipment. Inflatable toys. Scuba/snorkelling gear for 8-10 guests including children. Dive Compressor.

Basic gym equipment, weights (various ), push up bar, kettle ball, yoga mats, spinning bike, rowing machine.

Zero Speed Stabilisers

Cruising Areas | 2021 | Western Australia, including The Kimberley region from East to West. The Abrolhos and Montebello Islands. Perth.

Watch AKIKO in the Wilderness

Western Australia: the last frontier.

| Yearly Since 2016 |

Counting Aboriginal stories under the stars
Still evenings on board AKIKO surrounded by red-tinted dreamland
One of the world's most pristine oceans for pearl farming
Native Wildife
Off to the next anchorage, while the tenders take you on the daily adventure: fishing, hiking, swimming in fresh water lagoons.

Papua New Guinea: unexplored

| Visited in 2019 |

Papua New Guinea: a world of contrasts, culture built on past history
Fishing and Diving Galore
Discovering Historical Wrecks
An adventure we wish would never end.

All content in this brochure is provided in good faith, but cannot be guaranteed.


Created with an image by Philip Schubert - "King George River - Northern Kimberley. falls off the Kimberley Plateau with a thunderous roar directly into the ocean far below..A very wild and remote place accessible only by boat or helicopter."