Fiji

Agent Contact

  • 17°46'21.00" S
    177°23'0.96" E
  • David Jamieson
  • +679 675 0911
  • +679 750 5000
  • +679 675 0905
  • david@asia-pacific-superyachts.com
  • Asia Pacific Superyachts Fiji (Formerly Yacht Help Fiji)
    Level 1 Port Denerau Terminal Building
    Denarau Island
    Nadi. Fiji

    Skype: davidyachthelp

Welcome to Fiji

Fiji snorkle & big yacht

Fiji is a nation comprising 333 islands in 18,376 square kilometers of the Pacific Ocean. The islands range from large and volcanic with high peaks and lush terrain, to sand keys and to rugged limestone cliffs.

Cruising the idyllic waters of Fiji brings you to a friendly destination that is known for it caring and warm heritage, giving visiting superyachts a remote cruising experience full of adventure and wonderful experiences.

The Ports of Entry are located in Suva, Lautoka, Savusavu, Levuka and Rotuma. Vuda Marina now falls under the Lautoka Wharf Boundary and clearance can also be made here during scheduled hours. Port Denarau Marina can be used as sufferance clearance ports by prior application. Asia Pacific Superyachts Fiji can navigate the way through the formalities of cruising to and around the country on your behalf.

A custom itinerary by Asia Pacific Superyachts Fiji will take you through any or all of the five distinct cruising areas of highly diverse locations to visit. The sparsely inhabited outer islands will delight with deserted beaches, good anchorages and opportunities to experience Fiji’s unique culture and customs. The 5 diverse areas of Fiji cruising include: Yasawa & Mamanuca Islands; Beqa & Kadavu; Lomaiviti Group; Taveuni, Vanua Levu and The Ringgold’s; and Northern and Southern Lau.

With over 300 breathtaking islands to explore and at least 4 new marina development / expansion projects planned for Fiji over the next couple of years, all geared toward providing Superyacht services, it’s a perfect time to begin planning your Fiji cruising journey.

Visiting Yachts

2014

  • A
  • Aurora
  • Bangor
  • Beyond Capricorn
  • Blizzard
  • Cattitude
  • Chinagrove
  • Chrisco
  • Compadre
  • Dardanella
  • Drumbeat
  • Eclipse
  • Encore
  • Fugue
  • Gramac V
  • Imagine
  • Indio
  • Jagare
  • Kenta
  • Kialoa II
  • Komokwa
  • Lady Grey
  • Masteka II
  • Meduse
  • Nephelle
  • Northstar
  • Plan B
  • Salperton
  • Secret
  • Silvercloud
  • Spirit of Adventure
  • Spirit of Phantom
  • Vegas
  • Virago

2013

  • Allani II
  • Aurora
  • Awanui
  • Beyond Capricorn
  • Billy Bud
  • Compadre
  • Cucubelle
  • Dragonfly
  • Dorothea
  • Encore
  • Erica IV
  • Ethereal
  • Golden Shadow
  • Himoana
  • Kerilee II
  • Kind of Blue
  • Koo
  • Kokomo
  • Imocean
  • Luna of London
  • Margeux
  • Mistress
  • Noble House
  • Pacific
  • Pacific Eagle
  • Plan B
  • Quester
  • Silvertip
  • Tango
  • Thailasa V
  • Tivoli
  • Trinity Castle
  • Titania of Cowes
  • Virago

2012

  • Aldabra
  • Ankaar 1
  • Aquaris
  • Belize
  • Calliope
  • Callisto
  • Chimera
  • Christopher
  • Dragonfly
  • Dreamtime
  • Georgia
  • Helios
  • Imagine
  • Kahu
  • May Jean
  • Maverick
  • Noble House
  • Rhapsody
  • Riada II
  • Royal Leopard
  • Sapphire
  • Silvertip
  • Texas T
  • Ulyses
  • Wabisabi
  • Zoe

2011

  • Allani II
  • Alrifecien
  • Ammonite
  • Anteras
  • B2
  • Blue
  • Erica XII
  • Exuma
  • Georgia
  • Ghost
  • Ice
  • Karima
  • Liquid living
  • Noble House
  • Oasis
  • Ocean Victory
  • Opehelia
  • Passages
  • Swift
  • Titania of Cowes
  • TV
  • Verite
  • Ventigo
  • Yanneke Too
  • Zeepard

2010

  • 777
  • Adele
  • Amante
  • Azul
  • B2
  • Car Line
  • Catatac
  • Columbus
  • Dol Selena
  • Dreamcatcher
  • Erica
  • Freshman
  • Itasca
  • Kaema II
  • Kokoma
  • Levante
  • Meduse
  • Michaela Rose
  • Nirvana
  • Northstar II
  • Sassafras
  • Sea Toy
  • Shenandoah of Ark
  • Silvertip
  • Southerly II
  • Spirit of Ulyses
  • Surprise
  • Tarita
  • Tatu
  • Tribu
  • Zefire

2009

  • Adagio
  • Alpheratz
  • Anthem
  • Artic P
  • Averone
  • Barbarina
  • Bill Bud
  • Carl Line
  • Die Swaene
  • Drumbeat
  • Far Out
  • Hanse Expolorer
  • Ipixuna
  • Kadalama
  • Ke Ama II
  • La Masquerade
  • Major Wager
  • Mendrugo
  • Mystere
  • Plan B
  • Sassafras
  • Solaia
  • Spirit of Ulyses
  • Ubiqutos
  • Vive La Vive
  • Wahkaya

2008

  • Aquamarina
  • Arcada
  • Barbarina
  • Basic Lodgic
  • Bucephalus
  • Columbus
  • Constance
  • Dream Hunter
  • Epic Dreamer
  • Gypsy Rover
  • Indigo
  • Jemasa
  • Kauhale Kai
  • Orca
  • Major Wager
  • Mystere
  • Naos
  • Oblio
  • Ocean Pacific
  • Sea Goddess
  • Sumatra
  • Texas

Gallery

Videos

Recent News about Fiji

May 30, 2017
Fiji’s Port Denarau Marina Reaping Awards
March 27, 2017
Unique Cultural Adventure for Superyachts in Fiji
March 17, 2017
Shark News for Superyachts to Tahiti & Fiji
November 1, 2016
The APS Times is out!
September 9, 2016
APS ready for Monaco Yacht Show
August 9, 2016
Asia Pacific Superyachts Team Returns to Monaco
March 12, 2016
Yachts being welcomed back to Fiji
March 6, 2016
Supporting the after effects of cyclone Winston
October 11, 2015
Successful APS Brand Debut at Monaco
September 4, 2015
Asia Pacific Superyachts Agents Onboard at MYS
September 1, 2015
New Fiji Superyacht Dive Partnering
August 16, 2015
Superyacht Private Expeditions Opens In Fiji
August 13, 2015
New Exciting Superyacht Destinations
August 8, 2015
APS Superyacht e-Brochure Launched!
July 1, 2015
Fiji – Super yachts destination
May 11, 2015
Fiji’s Port Denarau Marina awarded ‘International Marina of the Year’
March 27, 2015
APS Fiji – the Missing Link for Superyachts
March 7, 2015
Marketing Fiji As a Superyacht Destination

Older Releases

Services

Our Services To The Captains

  • Cruise planning in our region
  • Clearance in our region
  • Visa and bond arrangements
  • Dockage and pilot arrangements
  • Helicopter authorization
  • Charter license
  • GSM cards and SAT TV decoder rentals
  • Charts
  • Parcel or express mail clearance and export
  • Shipyard coordination
  • Accounting and banking facilities
  • Charter APA and tax management

Our Services To The Engineers

  • Duty free fuel
  • Jet fuel and gasoline
  • Lube oil supply and used oil / Sludge removal
  • Engine parts and supplies
  • Repairs and maintenance jobs
  • Metal fabrication

Our Services To The Deck Officers

  • Deck parts and supplies with discounts
  • Day workers
  • Repairs and maintenance jobs
  • Security and ISPS arrangements
  • Warehousing

Our Services To The Galley

  • Fresh provisions
  • Beverages and wine supplies
  • Galley parts and supplies
  • Wine tasting

Our Services To The Interior Department

  • Carpet cleaning
  • Flower arrangements
  • Interior cleaning supplies
  • Appliance repairs and maintenance
  • Laundry and dry cleaning
  • Beauty & grooming products

Our Services To The Owners And Charter Guests

  • Car rental at preferred rates
  • Airport meet& greet and transport
  • Charter planes and helicopters
  • Concierge services
  • Cruise planning and itineraries
  • Dive guides
  • Guided tours and excursions
  • Hotel bookings at preferred rates
  • Massage, spa and beauty care
  • Traditional dance shows in various islands
  • Yacht and fishing boat charter

Our Services To The Crew

  • Banking assistance
  • Medical care
  • Preferred rates on many hotels
  • Car hire and tours
  • Travel arrangements

Testimonial

M.Y. Lady Columbo

Thanks so much for all your help during our stay in Fiji. We couldn't have asked for a more friendly and helpful staff. Nothing was too difficult. You made our stay in Fiji a wonderful experience.

Captain Dave Shinn

S.Y. Shamoun

Fiji is not the easiest place in the world to provision so it was great for me to discover Tupou & Yacht help. They made our guest trips so much easier to prepare for and all of the produce was of a high standard and always delivered on time & with great care. They are a lovely bunch to work with and I would highly recommend them to any visiting Yacht.

Chef Jane McKen

M.Y. Dardanella

For months before our trip to Fiji David and his crew were assisting us with whatever Information we needed. Everything went off perfect. From arranging the local excursions or guides to help with provisions and shopping Yacht Help Fiji was excellent. They made it very clear to us right from the get go that we were important clients and that they would go the extra mile to ensure that we and the owners had a fantastic trip while in Fiji.

Captain Brady MacDonald

S.Y. Zifira

Sincere appreciation to Yacht Help Fiji for your help and knowledge on cruising safely around the islands of Fiji. Your constant support and help made the cruise of owners and guests a very successful trip. David and his crew were exception with the service for us concerning all paperwork, importing parts, arranging documentation, helicopter trips, organizing all arrangements for guests and private tours on various islands of Fiji.

Captain Federico Biatturi

Testimonial Letters

Itinerary

Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands

1. Port Denarau Marina

Guests embark Port Denarau Marina. The marina is conveniently located 20 minutes from Nadi International airport.

2. Navadra Island

This uninhabited island is the pearl of the Mamanuca group of islands and a great place to enjoy a bit of peace and serenity. The island is split into two with a beautiful reef and sand bar linking them together. Explore the little visited beaches and snorkel the crystal clear water surrounding this beautiful island.

3. Waya Island

Waya Island is the Southernmost island in the Yasawa Group. Anchor off Natawa village (South Waya). Present your kava to the village chief in the traditional “sevusevu” ceremony.

This high island has spectacular views from its peak and is worth the 45min hike to the top. Stop and refresh in the natural spring on the way. There are some good diving and snorkeling on the peninsulas and the nearby islets. Spend the night at Naluwaki Bay on the North side of Waya Island and explore the uninhabited beaches.

4. Naviti Island

Manta Rays can be seen daily from May to October at the Southern end of Naviti Island. Pass though the scenic channels between the 3 islands to the south of Naviti, select an anchorage and take the tender to the southern tip of the island. Here is a favorite feeding ground of the Manta Rays. Snorkel or dive with these
huge docile plankton eating creatures.

The village of Soso at the head of Soso Bay on the Southern end of  Naviti Island can offer a Meke (traditional dance) and a Lovo feast. The whole village participates in the preparation of the Feast after which groups of men, women and children take turns doing traditional Fijian dancing.

5. Blue Lagoon

Located East of Matacawa Levu Island is Blue Lagoon. This is the location where the famous Brook Shields movie of the same name was filmed. This stunning Lagoon shimmers in Turquoise blue water. There is some exciting Snorkeling through the passes in the reef and the neighboring islands can be explored on
foot.

6. Sawa-I-Lau Island

This is large bay dotted with beaches and shallow passes ideal for snorkeling and exploring. Present your kava to the village and visit the huge chandelier caves formations on Sawa-i-Lau island. You can swim through these magnificent caves with sun light filtering though holes in the roof.

7. Yasawa-I-Rara Bay

Cruise to the top of Yasawa Island. Round the top of the island and anchor in Yasawa- I- Rara Bay. This is one of the most beautiful beaches in Fiji, with 10 kilometers of pristine all-tide beaches interrupted by lush green headlands. There is some great snorkeling and diving off the northern tip of Yasawa Island. Explore this remote coast at will, walk the coast line at low tide to view the varied fish life in the corals and pools.

The Lau Group of Islands

Forbes Magazine has listed the Lau group of islands as one of the top 12 World’s Most Beautiful Places. Forbes chose the Lau Archipelago for its “mind-blowing array of marine life and a gentle, carefree vibe.”

The Lau Group of islands are the least visited islands in Fiji with no land based tourism. Culture and traditions have been preserved along with a fascinating history where the chiefs of Lau ruled most of Fiji. The Lau islands have a unique Geology made up lime stone that has been eroded by the elements into dramatic islets and arches.

The Lau Group will provide an adventure of discovery for the yachtsman. For some islands information is scarce due to lack of visitors. Not all the Lau islands are mentioned below as some have no anchorages and others I have not visited nor heard of any other vessels that was able too due to lack of navigational information. There may well be Navigable passes to some of these islands and they could certainly be
explored by tender.

 Download our Lau Island Group Itinerary

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