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Seaspray Day Sailing Adventure

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Key Highlights
  • Spend a day sailing in Fiji on-board a magnificent 83 foot schooner
  • Sail to a range of uninhabited islands and have the opportunity to swim, snorkel or just relax
  • Relish a delicious BBQ lunch with beer, wine and soft drinks
  • Visit a local village and experience a Kava ceremony
  • Enjoy morning & afternoon tea and unlimited refreshment on-board
  • Activity Schedule
    When does it run?

    Daily except Sunday


    8 hours

    Start time


    Meeting Point

    The tour starts from Denaru Marina.
    Hotel pick up is available from hotels in Mana, Matamanoa, Malolo, Castaway, Treasure Island and South Sea Island. (Please call the activity operator locally to arrange your hotel pick up).

    Ending Point

    The tour returns to the starting point.

  • Overview & Itinerary
    Overview Spend an enjoyable day on board Seaspray – an 83 foot classic schooner. Seaspray offers stable and comfortable sailing to maximise your on board comfort and enjoyment. Help set the sails, take the helm or just laze around on deck. We anchor off Modriki where you can go ashore to explore this uninhabited island with magnificent beaches and snorkelling.

    On Yanuya we visit a traditional Fijian island village. You’ll be welcomed ashore with a Kava ceremony (except Sunday) then have the chance to explore the village and meet the locals. Passengers travel to and from Mana Island onboard our fast catamaran (where you transfer directly to Seaspray) so as to maximise the sailing time amongst the most beautiful island areas.

    Nothing like a day at sea for a big appetite so we include morning and afternoon tea plus a delicious barbecue lunch. All your drinks are included as well with wine, beer, soft drinks, tea and coffee available throughout the day whilst on Seaspray.


    You will be picked up from your hotel in Denaru, Mana, Matamanoa, Malolo, Castaway, Treasure Island or South Sea Island and taken to Denaru Marina where you will board your sailing boat.

    On board you will be invited to take the helms and help to sail the Seaspray with the help of the expert crew. This is optional though and if you wish to simply relax in the sun you are welcome to do so.

    During the day you will sail to a range of uninhabited islands and have the opportunity to swim, snorkel or just relax on the clear white sands.

    The cruise is fully catered. Morning and afternoon tea will be served and there will be a buffet lunch with included beer, wine and soft drinks.

    The highlight of the day will be a visit to a traditional Fijian Island Village, where the locals will welcome you onshore and invite you to be part of a Kava ceremony.

    The tour will return to Denaru Marina around 5:00pm.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions
    • FREE coach transfers from most Denarau and Nadi accommodation
    • A days sailing aboard Seaspray
    • BBQ buffet lunch
    • Unlimited refreshments while onboard Seaspray
    • Morning and afternoon tea
    • Use of snorkelling gear
  • Please note & Additional info
    Please note

    Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.

    Daily Departure schedule:

    Departs Denarau Marina: 9:00am returns 6:00pm

    Departs South Sea Island/Bounty: 9:30am returns 5:30pm

    Departs Treasure/Beachcomber: 9:45am returns 5:15pm

    *Departs Castaway/Malolo/Likuliku: 10:00am returns 4:45pm

    Departs Mana: 10:30am returns 4:30pm

    Departs Matamanoa: 11:00am returns 4:00pm

    *Transfer to Mana by speed boat

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have

  • reviews
    • Fantastic Sailing day tour

      Crew are entertaining, cruise is relaxing and scenery is beautiful. Great day out and even get to see local island village. Thanks very much....

      Ray Robertsen, Australia, 31/Jul/2012

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