Fiji – 6-13 April 2019

Designed and built in Holland by the world’s finest steel yacht craftsmen, NAI’A is 120ft long and 30ft wide with nine passenger staterooms and room for 14 attentive crew. She is the premier liveaboard in the South Pacific. We have two spaces left on our April 2019 trip on the NAI'A, one of the most respected liveaboard vessels in the world. We did this trip in February of 2015 and it was amazing from the diving to the ship, the food and the crew. Three of our guests on this trip are repeats from the 2015 trip. Fiji's diving is the complete package beginning with one of the healthiest and most protected coral reefs in the world. Beyond the stunning hard and soft corals that Fiji is known for there is great macro life, large animals and everything in between. NAI'A is family owned and run, ensuring quality and scrupulous maintenance throughout. Every experience aboard NAI'A is first class. They are known for the friendly service of the 14 crew members, amazing cuisine, the quality of the dive sites and the manner in which the dives are conducted. See for yourself why NAI'A has earned the reputation of one of the best liveaboard dive vessels in the world.

Details and Cost
NAI'A - Fiji

6 - 13 April 2019 - 7 nights and 8 days
Price: $4,078 per person/double occupancy

6 full days of diving plus a dive on the first afternoon aboard
All taxes, port fees and marine park fee
Transfers from Nadi airport (NAN) and hotels within the Nadi area to the boat and back to Nadi after the charter (Nadi is pronounced Nandi, btw)
All meals and snacks + non-alcoholic beverages
Complimentary wine served with dinner
Tanks and weights
Nitrox (for those certified in its use)

Not Included:
*Fuel surcharge (currently there is no fuel surcharge - on our last cruise the fuel surcharge was $114)
Rental gear
Crew tips and gratuities
Any other onboard purchases
Optional add-on shark dive in Pacific Harbor. Details to be sent in a separate e-mail. This is a world famous shark experience with large bull sharks and the chance of a tiger!

NAI'A's website with more info: