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Log Date: Saturday, Oct 14, 2017
Entry By: Fiji Aggressor crew


Captain’s log – 14th October 2017


Water temp – 82/84

Recommended suit – 3mm

Weather – Easterly wind 10/15 knots of wind

Visibility – 70/90ft



Captain - Joji

Chief Engineer – Vince

Dive Master – Richard Olsen

Chef – Peni

Dive Master - Eddie

Steward - Malakati


Guest – Lisa, John, Donald, Bruce, Elizabeth, Dana, Kathleen, Sefi, Yuen ting, Emma Wilson



Sunday – Jeannie’s, Dravuni West/East passage

Monday – wreck, Bomb shell, Labyrinth, M&M,

Tuesday – Mellow yellow, day dreamer, pitons, twin tower

Wednesday – Eye catcher, fantasia, Donna Ella

Thursday – Solo wall, Denali wall, Jaytee pt, Jaytee inner reef

Friday – Dravuni passage, Rainbow wall

Saturday – Suva port



Saturday – Suva port 2017

On behalf of the Fiji aggressor crew, we would like to welcome our guest with a big BULA vinaka to our entire 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 lunch while we started our official crew introduction and safety briefing. At 1330hrs we departed jetty for Kadavu Island where we commence our check out dive


Sunday – 15th October 2017 - Kadavu

Since we have the good weather around us we decided to steam all the way to Namara Island. One of the areas where you would love to spend a week of diving. We did our check out dive at Jeannie’s                                                                                                                                                                                 abundant of fish life, soft coral colors here is quite amazing Jennies were at his best his lots of nudibranchs, grey reef, white tip sharks, turtle, bump head wress. After we completed the checkout dive we heaved anchor and headed to Dravuni passage for our second and third dive during this dive our guest saw moray eels, eagle rays, school of unicorn fish, Fusilier fish, plus school of big eye jacks. 4th dive on the opposite side of the passage we were greeted by a school of barracudas, green eye trigger fish, school of jacks, tuna, Spanish mackerel and much more.

Monday –16th October 2017 - kadavu

Easterly wind 10/15knots of wind, 1st dive at Voyager wreck, mild current helped the soft coral to open up with amazing fish life. As we descended to the bottom we were greeted by a grey reef and white tip sharks, school of fusilier fish, green eyed trigger fish. 2nd dive at Bombshell were at his best this morning. As we continued to explore this beautiful reef jacks, barracudas were also on the show. Eagle ray, fusilier fish and lots of groupers were spotted on this dive. Headed to labyrinth for our 3rd dive there is so much to see with all the beautiful colors and fish life, black coral, soft coral and critters were everywhere. 4th and Night dive at M&M we saw decorator dart fish, turtle, grey reef shark, moray eel and lots of nudibranchs. Night dive produce the same results

Tuesday – 17th October 2017 - kadavu

First dive at mellow yellow this morning, nice and easy dive moray eel, decorator dart fish, leaf scorpion fish, banded sea snake, spotted sweetlips were spotted on this dive. We headed to Day dreamer for our 2nd dive we saw numerous barracudas, school horse eyed jacks, plus black spotted sweetlips and of cause the colorful soft coral. While lunch was served onboard we headed to Pitons for our afternoon dive. The shallow reef plus steep walls was excellent also the shallow side of the reef divers found many reef fish that feeding and hunting, numerous free swimming moray eels, leaf scorpion fish, barracudas, snappers, oriental and black spotted sweetlips. After all the wonderful dive today we heave anchor and headed to Night anchorage bay for sheltered.

Wednesday – 18th October 2017 - 2017

First two dives at Eye catcher and pitons guest saw barracudas, jack , potato grouper and lots of mid – night snappers at the alley, soft coral and lots of sea fans grey reef and white tip sharks. 3rd dive produce the same result. After this dive we heaved anchor and headed to Drue village for village visit.

Thursday – 19th October 2017 - Kadavu

We made our way to Solo wall where we got to see a lot of moray eels, sting rays black spotted sweetlips, lots of groupers, grey reef and white tip sharks and golden mantis shrimp. Second dive at Denali wall we saw octopus, grey reef, white tip, moray eel, angel fish, lots of butterfly and banded fish. Third dive at Jaytee reef soft coral and black coral were truly amazing with lots of critters and not only that we saw octopus and moray eels. 4th dive at Jaytee’s inner reef hard coral here is amazing with amazing fish life


Friday – 20th October 2017 - Kadvu

Two dives at rainbow wall this morning our guest saw eagle ray, Grey reef and white tip sharks. What a way to end the dive trip with a mazing colors and healthy hard coral with lots of fish life. As our entire guest onboard we started the main engine and headed back to Suva. At the same time the crew rinses all our friends dive gears and dried them before we arrive port.

1800hrs – Cocktail was served

1900hrs – Headed to town for their dinner

Saturday – 21st October 2017 - Suva port

0630hrs – continental breakfast was prepared for our guest prior to disembarking the vessel. The watermen of the Fiji aggressor bids farewell to the guest and hope that they have a safe journey back home to their loved ones and hoped we would meet again someday