As part of Sea Fiji Reefs community work, we treated the students of Pacific Harbour Multicultural School for a trip to the reefs! The Kids were very excited about seeing the turtles and all the different types of fish….we were very happy to share their enthusiasm about what we are offering to our guests.
World Supermodel participants at this weeks event at The Pearl South Pacific Resort, happily board the Sea Venture for a high speed adventure to Beqa Lagoon magnificent reefs.
The World Supermodel Pageant is an International competition for models aged between 20-30yrs and was created to find out who are the leading world Supermodels regardless of their marital status.
Gregg Cannizzaro, CEO of Go Indie TV, directed the photo shoot on board Sea Venture, Sea Fiji Reefs at Yanuca Island, Fiji
World Supermodel contestants gathered at Yanuca Island, Fiji for group media photos, while preparing for their photo session on board Sea Venture
Finals for World Supermodel Pageant were held at The Pearl South Pacific Resort, Pacific Harbour Fiji, with Nature from Botswana winning the coverted title.
An exciting underwater world awaits intrepid families and curious snorkelers in the pristine and turquoise waters off Beqa Island. Known as one of the best diving spots in Fiji, the reefs off Beqa are a spectacular place to see all kinds of exotic tropical fish, dolphins, sharks, turtles and even whales.
Grab the family and begin your adventure with a slow cruise out through Pacific Harbour, one of Fiji’s most popular ports, on the all new hydrofoil boat – the Sea Venture run by Sea Fiji Reefs. The boat looks like something from the future and has a huge 35ft glass bottom, perfect for viewing the reef below. It also sports one of the world’s largest optical viewing ports at the front of the boat so you don’t miss a thing both above and beneath the water.
Once past the heads, the hydrofoil rises out of the water and flies across the waves at a speed of 40 knots. It is definitely a thrill that anyone would love.
The captain of the Sea Venture knows all the best reefs and with the glass bottom viewing area, you’re able to see everything under water without getting wet. The water is so clear and beautiful that it will make you want to take a dip.
A TOUR company in Pacific Harbour has introduced a revolutionary and innovative 35-feet glass bottom boat to boost operations in the country.
The futuristic investment for Sea Fiji Reefs arrived in Fiji this year and started its first trip to the Beqa Lagoon for coral viewing in September.
While a significant amount of money had been invested in this impressive vessel, Sea Fiji Reefs business partner Alex Wienczugow said the boat was a first of its kind in Fiji and the Southern Hemisphere.
“Our vessel has the ability to move quickly and comfortably to a variety of reef locations allowing our guests the opportunity to view a greater selection of the spectacular array and soft coral reefs and colourful marine life situated within the Beqa lagoon complex,” Mr Wienczugow said yesterday.
Business partner Cyndee Butcher said the vessel could cater for about 28 passengers and two cabin crew.
“We will be based at the Pearl South Pacific’s new marina complex once it is completed,” Mrs Butcher said.
Article Originally Published November 12, 2014 The Fiji Times
With the sea trials of our Looker 350 completed in Russia, the ‘Sea Venture’ is now on its way to Pacific Harbour Fiji where we will be starting our Glass Bottom Boat Tours, Whale Watching and Snorkelling Tours…we can’t wait for you all the see the majesty of the underwater life on our beautiful Fijian reefs.
The recent signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Ministry of Fisheries and Forests and Fiji Ports Corporation Limited will strengthen Government’s resolve to address illegal fisheries activities around the country.
The MOU will enable the monitoring, control and surveillance of fishing vessels suspected or determined to have engaged in illegal, unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing.
The Ministry of Fisheries and Forests permanent secretary, Inoke Wainiqolo, highlighted that the MOU will ensure capacity building of port state inspectors and the regular inter-agency consultation for the management of fishing vessels in port.
This is the newly released Looker 400, could it also be heading Fiji way?
It’s powered with 2 x Yanmar 6 cylinder diesel engines at 315HP each