Throughout the week aboard the Fiji Aggressor (formerly Island Dancer II) guests will depart Suva to explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass, Wakaya, Koro and Namenalala Islands. Known as the soft coral capital, the brilliant colors on display will dazzle even the most experienced divers and photographers. Drift dives with eagle rays, mantas, turtles, sharks and giant groupers are also on the itinerary.
Clownfish, pygmy seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, and a multitude of nudibranchs bring smiles to every dive! With direct flights from several major cities worldwide, it is an easy destination to add to your dive log.
To top off the exiting diving and experience some of Fiji’s local culture, a visit to a Fijian village on one of the remote islands is arranged including a Kava ceremony and warrior dance. All guests are required to wear a traditional sulu (sarong or wrap) so either bring your own or we will gladly provide one for you!
The Fiji Aggressor appeals to those discriminating divers who prefer a smaller group and is perfectly suited for Fiji and the diving itinerary. All indoor areas are air-conditioned and each of the guest cabins feature ensuite facilities. The beautifully appointed salon has ample room for divers to view their photos and videos or to enjoy a movie on the entertainment system. The sundeck features covered and uncovered lounging and is a perfect place to relax with a book during surface intervals.
Getting There, Passports & Visa Documentation:
Republic of the Fiji Islands is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean east of Vanuatu, west of Tonga and south of Tuvalu. The country occupies an archipelago of about 322 islands, of which 106 are permanently inhabited, and 522 islets. The two major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu account for 87% of the population.
Many major airlines fly into Nadi: Air Pacific, Air New Zealand, American Airlines. Connecting flights on Sun Pacific to Suva are available. Recommended Hotels: Novotel (Suva), Raffles Gateway (Nadi), Beqa Lagoon (Pacific Harbor – close to Suva), The Pearl South Pacific (Pacific Harbor.
Visitors must have a current passport, adequate funds to support themselves, and a return airline ticket. US citizens require a passport that must be valid for 6 months from date of entry. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure they have the proper visa to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and return to their country. Since regulations vary by country, contact your consulate or embassy of your country for the requirement.
The Fiji Aggressor operates out of Suva, Fiji. A group transfer from the airport to the Fiji Aggressor is provided to guests flying into Suva Nausori Airport (SUV) on the scheduled day of embarkation. This transfer to the yacht, which is about a 45 minute drive, is scheduled between 6 – 8am.
If you are arriving in Suva on a later flight and unable to join the group transfer, then you will need to take a taxi to the Fiji Aggressor which docks next to the Novotel Hotel (formerly the Trade Winds hotel). If you are already in Suva, please make your way to the Fiji Aggressor anytime after 12 pm. The Fiji Aggressor typically sails immediately. Check out is Saturday morning at 7:30 am.
Taxes & Fees:
Each guest must pay a Port fee of $300 and a Namena Park fee of $20 per person. All purchases made aboard the yacht including the Namena Park and Port fee will be subject to Fiji Government Taxes which includes: VAT @ 9%, Services Turnover Tax @10% and Environmental Levy of 6%. All purchases paid for by credit card will be subject to a surcharge of 3.2%
Group transfers included to/from Suva (SUV) airport at designated times.