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Cruising and Sailing

Marinas in Fiji

Once you’ve passed through Fiji’s Blue Lane, you’re all set up to explore every coastal corner of our far-flung islands.

Marinas are located in a handful of regions offering all the comforts and convenience of a safe berth and the chance to restock, refuel and regale fellow sailors with your Fiji adventures.

Bookmark this list of marinas to help you plan your sailing routes across Fiji. Contact them directly and download a copy of the Fiji Shores & Marinas Guide for more advice on discovering Fiji‘s 333 picture-perfect islands in the comfort of your own yacht.

 

Port Denarau Marina

 

Currently the only Port of Entry for yachts into Fiji via the Blue Lanes initiative, Port Denarau Marina in western Viti Levu is the ideal place to begin your exploration of Fiji. 

Port Denarau boasts 52 fully serviced berths and 16 swing moorings, including 20 berths capable of taking superyachts up to 85metres in length with a 5-metre draft.

There is a supermarket, pharmacy and money exchange at the Port’s retail area with numerous shops, spas and restaurants to help you restock and relax. Denarau Island famous resorts are just a short stroll or Bula Bus ride away and if you need to, it’s easy to flag a taxi or bus ride to Nadi town and the Nadi International Airport.

Coordinates: 17o 46’18” South | 177o 22’56” East
VHF 16 & 14

 

Vuda Marina Fiji

 

If you’re planning on being in Nadi for a while, Vuda Marina on the other end of Nadi Bay is another convenient berth.

Accessible through a 25m reef channel, the Marina is a yacht haven with space for 78 boats including 40 cyclone pits for monohulls.

The Boatshed restaurant is an excellent place to grab a meal and cold drink and there is a chandlery, general store, showers, laundry and accommodation facilities onsite as well.  The area has a number of resorts along the same stretch of road and it’s just a short taxi or bus ride away to Lautoka city, Nadi International Airport and Nadi town.

Coordinates: 17° 41.00 South | 177° 23.00 East
VHF:16 & 11

 

Musket Cove Marina

 

This picturesque home of the annual Fiji Regatta Week is located on Malolo Lailai in the stunning Mamanuca Islands 


The Musket Cove Resort and Marina has sheltered moorings, marina berths and access to the resort’s excellent restaurants, bars and facilities like fuel, laundry, showers, a general store and ATM services. 

It’s worth staying a while because these islands are a magnet for water lovers with plenty of fishing, diving, kiting and surfing, especially at nearby world-class breaks like Cloudbreak, Restaurants and Wilkes.

Coordinates:  17° 4.27 South | 177° 11.45 East
VHF Channel 64, 68

 

Copra Shed Marina

 

This historical Savusavu landmark was renovated in 1989 to house the Copra Shed Marina - an icon in this charming Vanua Levu town.

Centrally located along Savusavu’ s waterfront, the Copra Shed is sheltered from bad weather by Nawi Island. The marina contains 24 floating dock berths for vessels up to 20m and 21 moorings in total. 

Besides an excellent restaurant and cafe, you will also find the Savusavu Yacht Club, Fiji Airways and Fiji Link offices, chandlery, an art gallery, and a gift shop within the same building.

Laundry, shower, and accommodation facilities are also available and getting to town is as easy as stepping onto the street – you are practically in the middle of it all.

Coordinates:  16° 46.7 South | 179° 20.0 East
VHF Channel 16 & 17

 

Royal Suva Yacht Club

 

Boat traffic in Suva Harbour can get busy, so if you’re planning on visiting Fiji’s capital city- Suva, the Royal Suva Yacht Club is a good spot to base yourself.

The RSYC caters mostly to local boat owners but do a number of mooring facilities for visiting yachts. You will need to become a temporary RSYC member if you want to use any of the Club’s facilities. 

Coordinates:  18° 07.04 South | 178° 25.80 East
VHF Channel 16 & 68 

 

Savusavu Marina & Boatyard

 

Located at the end of Nakama creek and protected by the Nawi island and a ‘dog’s leg’ reef, Savusavu Marina is one of three marinas in Savusavu

Expect to find all the usual facilities here – Wi-Fi, electricity and water supply, showers, freezer, and laundry services.  But one of the marina’s best features is cyclone safety – with haulout and yacht services available and 20 strong cyclone moorings to see you through the season. Each mooring has 3 spiral pins for extra strength during bad weather.

Like the others in the town, Savusavu Marina is just a short stroll away from all the area’s best supermarkets, hospitals, restaurants, butchers, bakeries, and banks. 

Coordinates:16ᵒ 46.5335 S, 179° 20.590 E
VHF Channel 16

More information can be found in Savusavu Marina.