We have been exploring new ideas for the 2016 TSE since the ball was dropped on the Hawaiian cruise idea. So far a couple of cruises have popped up, all in the Indonesian waters.
I still feel that a cruise ship is the best way to see this particular eclipse. Primarily for the mobility to avoid clouds. Mobility on land is somewhat hampered in many areas. An eclipse in the morning favors the weather as the cooling effect will not have as much influence on cloud formation. Thus there is a good chance those on land will have no problem, but just to make sure, I prefer having the mobility built in to the platform.
Below is a link to the cruise my wife and I will be joining. It is being supported by Sky & Telescope (a popular astronomy themed magazine).
One advantage of doing a cruise is the ability to visit numerous islands and locations without the issues of air travel. Our last visit to Indonesia included tours of many sites. But what we remember the most is waiting at airports since that was a large portion of the time spent. We did see some great things and met lots of wonderful people, but the airports were a hassle, and we imagine it being worse now that security is much bigger issue that it was in 1983.
Links to cruises and other travel options for the 2016 Total Solar Eclipse can be viewed at the 2016 Eclipse Chaser web site.