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Log Date: Saturday, Feb 18, 2017
Entry By: Fiji Aggressor crew




Captain’s log – 18th - 25th of February 2017


Water temp – 84

Recommended suit – 3mm

Weather – Easterly wind 10/15 knots of wind

Visibility – 70/90ft



Captain Joji

Chief Engineer – Sam

Dive Master – Richie

Chef – Peni

Steward - Eddie

Cruise Director - Rhys


Guest – William, Bradley, Calvin, Anthony, Donna, Milton, Patsy, Thomas and Eileen



Sunday – Manta rock, Manta wall, Wakaya passage, Yellow wall, N/D – Clam rock

Monday – Black forest, North wall, North passage, Aquarium

Tuesday – Chimneys, School house, Arch, Mushroom

Wednesday – Nigali passage, Nigali passage, Jims, Jims, N/D – Herald bay

Thursday – Jeanie’s rock, Labyrinth, M&M – Village visit

Friday – Dravuni passage, Rainbow wall

Saturday – Suva port



Saturday – Suva port 18th February 2017

On behalf of the Fiji aggressor crew, we would like to welcome our guest with a big BULA vinaka to all our American guest. They all arrived little after 1100 in the morning at the same time the crew assisted each guest to their designated cabin, while they settle with their cabin our chef Peni prepared a lunch while we started our official crew introduction and safety briefing. At 1330hrs we departed jetty for Wakaya Island where we commence our check out dive


Sunday – Wakaya 19th February 2017

Our first dive of the week was the manta rock, small pinnacle and shallow reef structure that is covered with hard and soft coral Schooling fusilier and unicorn fish. Some of what we saw was angle fish, trumpet fish, several type of crabs, green moray eels, grey and white sharks, Next is was blue ridge wall where everyone enjoyed the schooling of jacks, barracudas, grey reef, eagle ray, sting rays, angle fish and lots of banner fish. 3/4th dive at wakaya [passage and yellow wall were both on the same reef we saw schooling jacks, barracudas, Angle fish and on the side of the reef it was covered with different types of anthias  



Monday – Namena 20th February 2017

Beautiful weather today with sunshine and black forest was our top choice this morning our guest not regret diving here as it has so many fish life and lots of soft and black coral but when the tide turns and begin to flow, and astonishing awakening occurs. Colonies of soft coral which were dull – looking lumps begin to waken. It’s really amazing to see their intricately bodies – branched bodies with water they spread their arms across the flow, anthias fish were everywhere, butterfly fish and a pair of puffer fish were also on the show. Next dive at North save a tack wall we did two dives here and the main attraction at north wall is the schooling of fish as they travel in schools but today we saw school of jacks, school of barracudas, Green eyed trigger fish, grey and white tip sharks, bump head leather back turtle and much more. Fourth dive at Aquarium our guest saw angle fish, white shark resting on the sand waiting for any pass by under the ledge many shy soldier fish hide from the sun but kept coming out from the holes for more pictures but the astonishing array of soft coral here is just amazing


Tuesday – Namena 21st February 2017
another great day of diving today at chimneys with so many fish life and of cause the visibility ware great. While you swimming around this pinnacle one thing that attract our divers attention is the small coral heads with all the beautiful soft coral, black coral with many damsel and different types of anthias that leaves there that makes it look beautiful and most amazingly is the different and colorful butterfly, bannerfish that associates with other fish that permanent resident for this small coral heads…..

Wednesday – Gau 22nd February 2017

We made our first two dives at Nigali passage, a beautiful passage with a significant hard coral growth and lots of fish life many moray eels, scorpion fish, grey reef, white tip sharks were discovered throughout the duration of the dive. Hard coral growth is spectacular and of cause many sea fans, colorful soft coral, black coral and lots of colorful reef fish as we headed back to the boat one of our guest saw a golden mantis shrimp, banded pipe fish plus porcupine fish. On the second dive there were lots of grey reef, white tip schooling of barracudas and schooling of jacks, midnight snapper and lots of groupers. After this dive we heaved anchor and headed to Jims alley for the third and fourth dive another fantastic dive our guest saw banded snake, oriental and diagonal sweetlips, pipe fish, trumpet fish, angle fish and many parrot fish.



Thursday – Kadavu 23rd February 2017

Jeanie’s rock this morning varieties of pipe fish and different types of nudibranch black spotted, diagonal and oriental sweetlips were spotted on this dive not only that giant morays eels and different types of groupers were part of the attraction of this reef. After this dive we heaved anchor and move to liberyth for our 2nd dive during this dive we saw lots of reef fish, moray eel, angle fish and lots of cardinal fish and fusilier fish. 3rd dive at M&M reef our diver saw white tip, grey reef sharks, bumphead wrasse and many reef fish. We heaved anchor and headed to Drue village for village visit. The village people introduce to our guest the traditional ways of drinking kava later and entertained our guest with some Fijian dance and Meke which they all liked it.  


Friday – 24th February 2017

Murray’s pt. and rainbow reef this morning such a great way to end the dive with both dive at great astrolabe reef we saw leopard sharks, grey reef and white tip sharks along the edge of the wall a huge Manta ray and eagle ray were both came from the deep and into the shallow, we had a close encounter with the huge manta but not long before he disappeared back into the deep, what a spectacular dive. As we headed back to Suva all dive gears were rinse by the crew, we arrive port at 1530hrs

1830 – Cocktail was served