Port Denarau Marina, Fiji’s premium marina facility and the gateway to the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands have opened a new extension structure to expand its passenger check-in facilities in December. With a total capital investment of $700,000, the extension aims to meet the demand of growing commercial requirements in view of the growth of the tourism industry in Fiji.More
Port Denarau Marina is expecting an even busier season this year.
Port Denarau Marina General Manager, Cynthia Rasch said they are optimistic about seeing more than 700 transient vessels visiting Fiji Waters in 2018.More
We are proud to announce that Port Denarau Marina has earned both the International Marina of the Year and the Community Support Initiative awards through Marina Industries Association (MIA) for 2017. Port Denarau Marina were also runners up for Innovation by a Marina. More
Under the banner of South Pacific Superyachting, Fiji/ NZ Trade day was hosted at Port Denarau Yacht Club on the 28th of July 2017
The recent win of the America’s Cup promises significant gains for the wider South Pacific. New Zealand wins America’s Cup – catalyst for South Pacific tourism and Superyachting.
The annual Fiji/New Zealand Marine Trade Day will take place at the Port Denarau Yacht Club on July 28.More
Port Denarau Marina welcomed Tiger V into the marina yesterday afternoon with a traditional ceremony held by South Sea Cruises followed by blessing of the vessel by Rev. Jacob Gutuvakaca. The vessel was launched the sailors way by CEO SSC Brad Rutherford, Tui Lawa and Rev Gutuvakaca. With guests on board, the vessel departed for a sunset cruise to officiate the launch.
After nine years of being Port Denarau Marina Managing Director, Nigel Skeggs said ‘moce mada’ (goodbye in Fijian) to all industry members, stakeholders and guests at a private function held on Friday at Port Denarau Yacht Club. Nigel has been the driver of many developments that you see today at Port Denarau Marina and has been instrumental to the development of the Yachting Industry, MSAF regulations and Sea Mercy (a US and Fiji based non-charity).
Home Base for Sea Bridge One
When the South Pacific’s premier Superyacht facility and the International Marina of the Year (2015-2016) offers to berth your 35m vessel for free, provide your non-profit organization with free office space, and provide as much storage space as needed to stage your disaster response equipment and aid, you say ‘yes’ and ‘thank you’ very quickly. With no strings attached, that is what Nigel Skeggs, Director of Port Denarau Marina (Fiji), and his staff are providing Sea Mercy. More
The Marina Industries Association (MIA) has announced the first Fish Friendly Marina accreditations in the UAE and the South Pacific. Both Jumeirah Beach Hotel Resort Marina and Port Denarau Marina Fiji were approved as accredited by the MIA Board in early May.