Frequently Asked Questions

When do we depart?

Departure is at 10:00 am from Port Denarau. Boarding begins at 9:50 am.

When do we return?

The “Whale’s Tale“ shall return to Port Denarau approx. 17:00 hrs. During the return sail the guests can enjoy entertainment and drinks on board.

What food and drinks will be included?

A continental champagne breakfast will be available from 9:50 am. This will include fresh-baked scones, danish, toast, fresh fruits together with champagne, a selection of fruit juices, coffee, tea, and milk.

The lunch will include chicken, fish, roast beef, and sausages along with cole slaw, potato & tossed green salad with a selection of salad dressings along with fresh bread & butter. Dessert will include a selection of fresh local fruits. (note: all meals are freshly prepared by your own onboard chef).

Soft drinks, Fiji bitter, Fiji gold & wine, coffee, tea, milk & fruit juices will be available during the entire day free of charge.

Do you do anything special for birthdays and other special occasions?

If you or your client is celebrating a birthday, honeymoon, anniversary or any other special occasion our onboard chef will bake you a special cake and our crew will present you with a complimentary “whale’s tale” sulu. (please advise us of the special occasion when your booking is made).

How many days a week do you operate ?

We operate 7 days a week.

How much does this experience cost?

The fare: Nadi & Denarau area hotel/resorts = f$229.00per adult.
Sonaisali & Coral Coast hotel/resorts = f$229.00 per adult.

Children: 5-10 years = $119.00
Juniors: 11-16 years = $169.00
Infants under 5 years = free of charge

Return ground transfer is included in the above rates.

Do you provide ground transfers ?

Yes, We provide ground transfers from Nadi & Denarau area, Sonaisali & Coral Coast hotel/resorts all included in the base booking fee.

What is the route of the trip?

Guests shall visit your own private & exclusive uninhabited “schooner” island paradise and sail/cruise by 4 additional islands (non-stop) namely malamala island, south sea island, bounty & treasure island in the mamanutha group. This is the only one day sail/cruise offering this 4 island spectacular sightseeing.

You mentioned snorkeling. Will equipment be provided?

Mask, snorkel and fins will be provided free of charge.

2 Comments

  1. Hello, there are six of us coming over in October and this sounds like a lovely outing for us. Just wondering though how we get to shore from the boat as we are in our 60’s and I have little trouble getting in and out of boats! LOL cheers Louise

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