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Fiji Yacht Charter Information

Fiji is an archipelago which lies in the South Pacific Ocean comprising of 300 islands. The archipelago lies southwest of Hawaii and northeast of Australia.

The Veti Levu (or the Greater Fiji) comprising of 9 island groups, is the largest and the most populous island in the archipelago. The islands in the archipelago are aligned in a horseshoe shaped configuration and only 106 of them are inhabited.

Fiji is a major yacht charter destination in the South Pacific, and most yacht charterers who sail in the area move to the northwest direction towards the Yasawa group of islands of volcanic origins which are set to rival the other famous Mamanucas in the popularity stakes.

Many areas in the Fijian territory are inaccessible for visitors because of their remoteness and this gives the yacht charterers a real scope for adventure sail.

The capital city of Fiji is called Nadi and it lies on Vita Levu.  Along most of the Mamanuca Islands, you will find numerous resorts with some bars and restaurants.

Along with its plethora of activities offered, there is no shortage of things to keep the visitors and yacht charterers busy while they are on vacation in Fiji.

During a visit in the bustling and lively Nadi, you will find out that there are many things to keep you busy for a couple of days. You can visit the lovely and famous Sri Suva Subramaniya Swami Temple in the downtown area.

Fiji is a well-known yacht charter destination in the area and most yacht charterers coming in the area stick to the famous Musket Cove Resort which is in fact the only island which has the best marina facilities for yachts. The marina has even been awarded the Best Resort in Fiji and it is also a good spot to start a yacht charter in the Fijian archipelago.

Sailing further in Vanau Levu, you will discover that the northern islands are a true marine spectacle. Around Taveuni, Savusavu, Namena Reef and Koro Island, you will find some of the best diving in the world.


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