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A Mariner's Guide to the Shores and Marinas of Fiji
A Mariner's Guide to the Shores and Marinas of Fiji

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Bula vinaka from Musket Cove Yacht Club on our island paradise! In it’s 33 year history, Musket Cove’s 2016 Fiji Regatta has been the most successful ever – 102 entries with 280+ Captains & Crew!  There was great sailing, weather and fun! On behalf of the…

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Bularrr Vinakarrr! Less than 4 weeks until the start of the 33rd Legendary Fiji Regatta We are hoping many of you will join us this year for fun and frivolities…and to sail as well! To register or for any queries email Patrick at: mcyc@musketcovefiji.com…

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Boathouse Nanuya is a unique casual dining, beverage and accommodation facility located adjacent to Nanuya Island Resort in the spectacular natural beauty of the Yasawa Islands, Fiji. Boathouse Nanuya sits on the beachfront of the famous Blue Lagoon Bay…

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The luxury hospitality sector is waiting in eager anticipation as the Vunabaka development on Fiji’s Malolo Island nears completion, its opening set for year end 2016. The $350m FJD Vunabaka marina and beachfront development is a luxury residential and…

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18o 15’229” South | 178o 04’023” East Pacific Harbour lies along the south coast of Viti Levu, opposite Beqa Island. At the mouth of the lazy Qaranaqio River, you will find the brand-new boutique Marina at the elegant Pearl Resort. Designed by…

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Fiji’s growth as a yacht cruising destination has received another boost with Port Denarau Marina awarded the Marine Industries Association’s (MIA’s) prestigious title of ‘International Marina of the Year’.

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By Captain Adrian Faulkner “Take a look at this!” Jak was stabbing a headline in the Fiji Times: “YACHT CREW RESCUED”. A yacht had been wrecked on a reef near The Exploring Islands in the Lau Group. A ship had rescued five castaways and was returning to…

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By Alison Newell, Pacific Centre for the Environment and Sustainable Development, USP Oceania, 10 million people and 25,000 islands scattered across 3 million square miles of the Pacific, the world’s largest ocean, is arguably the region most dependent on…
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