Bali Bounty Cruises choose ferry-plus

Logo_BountyPrivately owned Bali ferry operator, Bali Bounty Cruises has chosen the industry leading browser based ferry+ for its reservations, ticketing and operational requirements.

Kositino Halemai, Bounty Cruises Operational Manager said “Our ferry operations are a key part of Bali’s tourism infrastructure and our choice of ferry+ reflects our continual investment in our operations to provide our guests with the highest levels of service.”

Bounty are using a ferry+ cloud based hosted system which allows them to concentrate on their business rather than running an in-house server system with all the associated technical requirements.

“Bounty Cruises offers all its 600 guests three decks of pure luxury”

In addition to requiring a system that can handle multi-currency prices and payments as well as catering for multi-sector journeys, Bounty Cruises required a unique check-in process combined with a second check stage to accurately record passengers embarking and disembarking on the different sectors which make up the Bounty Cruises network.

Margaret McDonald, ferry+ CEO, said “We are absolutely delighted to be chosen by Bounty Cruises as their systems partner for their important and prestigious cruise and ferry operations.” She continued, “Bali is of course, renowned throughout the world as wonderful leisure destination and with ferry+ on-board, Bounty Cruises has a system that will adapt as their business expands and develops.”

Kositino Halemai Bounty’s Operational Manager added, “The flexibility provided by ferry+ is essential to the Bounty Cruises operations allowing us to be proactive and adapt easily to changing market conditions and fleet expansion.”

Bounty Cruises offers its guests a range of day and evening cruises plus a scheduled service between Benoa Harbour in Bali to Lombok. Further information can be found at – this link opens in a new window/tab.