About Coral Cats Sailing Fiji
Day Sailing Tours – The Day Begins at 09.30 am. Our day starts at Port Denarau, the exciting central hub for marine activity in Fiji. Once we are all aboard we can drop the lines, hoist the sails and leave the busy mainland for your ultimate Fijian day out on the water.
Relax on Wanaka’s spacious decks or under the sunshade as we glide effortlessly over the aquamarine waters towards the magical islands of Malolo Lailai, Tavarua, Namotu, and the outer reefs. Our professional local crew will entertain and inform you, of their knowledge of the local marine life, history, and folk law. Look out for dolphins, turtles, flying fish, and seabirds.
We aim for two snorkel stops during the day which is decided by the boat captain to take the best advantage of the prevailing wind and tide conditions. Our most popular spots are Sunflower Reef, The Pinnacle, and Malolo sand quay. The abundant fish life, live corals, and clear water make for an amazing snorkeling experience. From first-timers to veteran divers, our crew will ensure everyone has the best and safest experience possible.
Just around the corner from the first snorkel stop is the picturesque Malolo Lailai Island where a delicious Fijian BBQ lunch will be served to you at the famous Musket Cove Island Bar. Ice cold Fiji bitters, refreshing cocktails, and fresh fruit juices are available for you to purchase while on the island. There is then time to relax on the beach, swim, or stroll along the white coral sand around Musket Cove and Plantation Island resorts before heading out for the second snorkel.
With the southeast trade wind filling in it’s time to weigh anchor, hoist the sails, and again experience the magic of a performance sailing catamaran as we head back towards Port Denarau. If conditions permit the crew is happy to let you try your hand at steering the boat or trimming the sails. Return to Port Denarau by 5.30 pm.
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